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Lesson 1: Exploring the concept of infinity and limit, as they relate to number sets
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Lesson 2: Operations with positive and negative fractions and mixed numbers
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Lesson 3: Understand unit fractions and their relationship to other fractional amounts
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Lesson 4: Work interchangeably with terminating decimals and their corresponding fractions
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Lesson 5: Express one quantity as a fraction of another, where the fraction is less than 1 or greater than 1
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Lesson 6: Review: Percentage Change
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Lesson 7: Review: Original Value Problems (percentage)
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Lesson 8: Review: Rates, Percentage, Proportion
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Lesson 8b: Review: Rates, Percentage, Proportion
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Worksheets: Lesson 5-8
Lesson 9: Working with fractions in ratio word problems
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Lesson 10: Change freely between related standard units (e.g. time, length, area, volume/capacity, mass) and compound units (e.g. speed, rates of pay, prices, density, pressure) in numerical contexts
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Lesson 11: Using scale factors
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Lesson 12: Similar Triangles: Comparing lengths between similar triangles
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Lesson 13: Similar Triangles: Comparing the areas of similar triangles
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Lesson 14: Using integers to describe changes in location and direction
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Worksheet: Lessons 13-14
Lesson 15: Exploring and comparing large numbers using scientific notation
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Lesson 16: Exploring and comparing very small numbers using scientific notation
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Lesson 17: Evaluating Powers and simplifying numeric expressions
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Lesson 18: Review: Exponent Laws/Index Laws without fractions and negatives
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Lesson 19: Review: Exponent Laws/Index Laws including fractions and negatives
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Lesson 20: Brackets and negative laws (reminder that (-3)^2 isn’t the same as -3^2)
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Worksheet: Lessons 15-20
Lesson 21: Complex Order of Operations with Brackets and Exponents
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Lesson 22: Using appropriate forms of rounding to estimate results
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Lesson 23: Unique Factorization Theorem
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Lesson 24: Define: Rational vs. Irrational Numbers
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Lesson 25: Perform Operations with rational and irrational numbers
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Worksheet: Lessons 21-25
Lesson 26: Rationalize the denominator
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Lesson 27: Simplifying surds
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Lesson 28: Multiplying and dividing surds
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Lesson 29: Solve absolute value equations
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Lesson 30: Direct and Inverse Proportion
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Worksheet: Lessons 26-30
Lesson 32A: Sets
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Lesson 32B: Set Terminology
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Lesson 33A: Basic Set Notation
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Lesson 33B: Set Builder Notation
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Lesson 34: Set Operations
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Lesson 35: Shading areas
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Lesson 36: List and place elements in a set (up to 3 circles)
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Lesson 37: Problem solving using sets
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Worksheet: Lessons 32A-37
Lesson 1: Review: Comparing Theoretical Probabilities to Experimental Probabilities
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Lesson 2: Review: Frequency Trees and Frequency Tables
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Lesson 3: Calculating Probabilities from Frequency Trees and Frequency Tables
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Lesson 4: Calculating Theoretical Probability of Combined Events
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Lesson 5: Calculate Compound Events
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Lesson 6: Calculate Probability from sets and Venn Diagrams
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Lesson 7: Calculate probabilities with replacement
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Lesson 8: Calculate probabilities without replacement
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Lesson 9: Apply the property that the probabilities of an exhaustive set of mutually exclusive events sum to one
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Lesson 10: Understand that empirical unbiased samples tend towards theoretical probability distributions, with increasing sample size
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Lesson 11: Construct “probability spaces” for combined experiments with likely outcomes and use these to calculate theoretical probabilities
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Worksheet: Lessons 9-11
Lesson 1: Review creating a survey (In the lesson focus on what makes a good survey)
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Lesson 2: Properties of populations or distributions from a sample (In the lesson look at sampling techniques as well)
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Lesson 3: Limitations of sampling
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Lesson 4: Interpret and construct tables, charts and diagrams
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Lesson 5: Review: appropriate measures of central tendency and spread
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Lesson 6: Using a graphic display calculator (GDC)
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Lesson 7: What is an ogive?
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Lesson 8: Finding the Q1, median and Q3 from a cumulative frequency curve and GDC
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Lesson 9: Review: Compare, graph and interpret two sets of data from Box and whisker plots
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Lesson :10 Review: Draw and interpret stem and leaf diagrams
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Worksheet: Lessons 6-10
Lesson 11: Find mean, median and mode from a stem and leaf
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Lesson 12: Compare two sets of data on a stem and leaf diagram
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Lesson 13: Create a scatter plot to represent the relationship between two variables
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Lesson 14: Regression models and correlation
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Lesson 15: Validity, reliability, and representation of data
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Worksheet : Lessons 11-15
Lesson 1: Defining terms: variables, degree, number of terms, and coefficients, including the constant term
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Lesson 2: Review: Distributive Law
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Lesson 3: Comparing algebraic expressions to one another to identify those that are equivalent
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Lesson 4: Creating algebraic expressions from word problems
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Lesson 5: Simplify algebraic expressions (use one medium example and one hard example)
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Lesson 6: Review: Algebraic equations: Fractions, Decimals, and Negatives
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Lesson 7: Solving equations and verifying their solutions (by plugging back into equation)
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Lesson 8: Distributive Law on both sides of the equation and solve by collecting like terms
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Lesson 9: What is the difference between an equation and an identity?
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Lesson 1: Review: Arithmetic Sequences
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Lesson 2: Review: Geometric Sequences
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Lesson 3: Review: Fibonacci Sequence
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Lesson 4: Convert a given representation of a geometric sequence to another representation of the geometric sequence
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Lesson 5: Determine whether a relationship is exponential or nonexponential based on a numerical sequence whose indices increase by a constant amount.
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Lesson 6: Determine whether a relationship is exponential by analyzing a numerical, algebraic, or verbal representation.
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Lesson 7: Generate terms of a sequence from either a term-to-term or a position-to term rule
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Lesson 8: Recognize and use sequences of triangular, square and cube numbers
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Lesson 1: Introduction to vectors
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Lesson 2: Scalar, diagrammatic and column representations of vectors
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Lesson 3: Describing translations as 2D vectors
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Lesson 4: Addition of vectors (by scalar, diagrammatic and column representations of vectors)
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Lesson 5: Subtraction of vectors
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Lesson 6: Multiplication of vectors (by scalar, diagrammatic and column representations of vectors)
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Lesson 1: Calculate simple interest
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Lesson 2: Financial situations that involve appreciation and depreciation (in the lesson use associated graphs to answer related questions)
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Lesson 3: Modifying budgets (in the lesson give an example budget and reflect specific changes in circumstances, and provide a rationale for the modifications)
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Worksheet: Lessons 1-3
Lesson 1: Comparing the shapes of graphs of linear and non-linear relations
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Lesson 2: Deduce expressions to calculate the nth term of linear sequences
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Lesson 3: Representing linear relations using graphs and equations
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Lesson 4: Creating a graphical or numerical representation of a linear relationship given its constant rate of change
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Lesson 5: Comparing two linear relations of the form y = ax + b graphically
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Lesson 7: Using function notation to describe the relationship between an input–output pair of a function.
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Lesson 8: Sketching and interpreting graphs of linear functions
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Lesson 9: Problem solving with linear functions
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Lesson 10: Translating, reflecting, and rotating lines defined by y = ax
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Lesson 11: Determining the equations of lines from graphs of linear relations
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Lesson 12: Determining the equations of lines from tables of values of linear relations
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Lesson 13: Solving linear equations in one unknown
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Worksheet: Lessons 10-13
Lesson 14: Interpreting the solutions to a two-variable linear equation
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Lesson 15: Solving linear inequalities in one variable
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Lesson 16: Constructing representations of parallel or perpendicular lines.
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Lesson 17: Interpreting a graphical representation of a piecewise linear function
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Worksheet: Lessons 14-17
Lesson 18: Using a graph or tables of values to estimate the solution to a system of equations
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Lesson 19: Determining the number of real solutions to a system of two linear equations
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Lesson 20: Determine the point of intersection using substitution
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Lesson 21: Determine the point of intersection using elimination
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Worksheet: Lessons 18-21
Lesson 22: Using algebra to determine if an ordered pair is a solution to a system of linear inequalities
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Lesson 23: Graphing systems of linear inequalities on a Cartesian Plane and shading in/out the region that is required
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Lesson 24: Modeling a scenario with a system of linear inequalities
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Worksheet: Lessons 22-24
Lesson 1: Expanding vs. Factoring Introduction
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Lesson 2: Common factoring
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Lesson 3: Common factoring by using 4 term expressions by grouping
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Lesson 4: Factoring quadratic expressions (coefficient = 1)
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Lesson 5: Factoring quadratic expressions (coefficient is not 1)
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Lesson 6: Perfect squares (𝑎 +𝑏) 2 = 𝑎 2 +2𝑎𝑏 + 𝑏 2
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Lesson 7: (𝑎 −𝑏) 2 = 𝑎 2 −2𝑎𝑏 + 𝑏 2
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Lesson 8: Difference of squares 𝑎 2 − 𝑏 2 = (𝑎 + 𝑏)(𝑎 −𝑏)
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Lesson 9: Quadratic Formula ( Introduction and why we use it )
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Lesson 10: solving using the quadratic formula
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Lesson 11: Solving using the quadratic formula
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Lesson 1: What is a quadratic relation? (parabola, constant second differences, x^2)
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Lesson 2: Comparing quadratic and non-quadratic graphs and formulas
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Lesson 3: Identify key characteristics of the graph of a quadratic function ( x intercepts, roots, zeroes, vertex/turning point, max/min)
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Lesson 4: Determine an algebraic rule for a quadratic function given a sufficient number of points from the graph
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Lesson 5: Graphing quadratics on a cartesian plane
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Lesson 5B Graphing quadratics using key points
Lesson 6: Calculating axis of symmetry
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Lesson 7: Vertex form and identifying the vertex of a parabola
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Lesson 8: Factorized form and finding the roots
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Worksheet: Lessons 5-8
Lesson 9: Describing the relationship between the algebraic and graphical representations of a quadratic equation
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Lesson 10: Solving quadratic equations (review factoring [standard form to factored form], and then show how the answers are the roots/x intercepts on the graph)
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Lesson 11: Converting from vertex form to standard form
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Lesson 12: Converting from standard form to vertex form; completing the square
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Lesson 13: Solve quadratic equations using the quadratic formula
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Lesson 14: Determining the number of real solutions to a quadratic equation
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Lesson 15: Contextualizing Quadratics: Word problems, what do roots and max/min mean? (tossing a ball, etc.)
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Lesson 16: Relate quadratics to find approximate solutions to problems such as simple kinematics problems involving distance, speed, and acceleration.
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Worksheet: Lessons 13-16
Lesson 1: Introduction to Exponential Functions
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Lesson 2: Y = kx for positive values of k
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Lesson 3: Calculating the growth or decay factor of an exponential relationship
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Lesson 4: Create graphical or numerical representations of an exponential function using the common growth or decay factor
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Lesson 5: Approximate input and output values of an exponential function using representations of the exponential function.
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Lesson 6: Exponential Functions: compound interest
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Lesson 7: Exponential Functions: Depreciation
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Lesson 1: Review: Points, lines, vertices, edges, planes, parallel lines, perpendicular lines
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Lesson 2: Review: Angles at a point and on a straight line (In the lesson look specifically at corresponding angles & parallel lines, alternate angles & parallel lines, co-interior angles & parallel lines)
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Lesson 3A: Compass constructions part 1
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Lesson 3B: Compass constructions part 2
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Lesson 4: Identifying congruent and similar shapes (In the lesson include coordinate axes, by considering rotation, reflection, translation and enlargement and mention of fractional scale factors)
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Worksheet: Lessons 1-4
Lesson 5: Measuring line segments and angles in geometric figures (In the lesson you can include interpreting maps and scale drawings and use of bearings)
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Lesson 6: Construct congruent and similar shapes
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Lesson 7: Basic congruence criteria for triangles (SSS, SAS, ASA, RHS)
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Lesson 8: Understanding proofs for similar triangles
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Lesson 9: Review trigonometric ratios in right angled triangles (SOHCAHTOA) and finding angles in 2D figures
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Lesson 10: Identify Pythagorean triples
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Lesson 11: Review: Area and perimeter of basic shapes
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Lesson 12: Review: Circle definitions and properties
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Lesson 13: Review: Circumference and area of a circle
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Lesson 14: Find the length of an arc
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Lesson 15: Find the perimeter of sectors
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Lesson 16: Calculating surface area
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Lesson 17: Calculating volume (In the lesson include cuboids, right prisms, cylinders, cones, spheres, pyramids, and composite solids)
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Lesson 18: Conversion of units of area, volume and capacity
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Lesson 19: Constructing and interpreting plans and elevations of 3D shapes (In the lesson include cubes, cuboids, prisms, cylinders, pyramids, cones and spheres)
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