Lesson Plan
Math Lesson Plan for Year 9
For Autumn (September, October, November)
For September
Year – 9 |
1 Day/Week |
2 Day/Week |
3 Day/Week |
5 Day/Week |
1st Week(Sept) |
1 Number theory (1. Prime or composite) 2 Integers (1. Integers on number lines) |
1 Number theory (1. Prime or composite 2. Prime factorisation) 2 Integers (1. Integers on number lines) |
1 Number theory (1. Prime or composite 2. Prime factorisation 3. Highest common factor) 2 Integers (1. Integers on number lines 2. Graph integers on horizontal and vertical number lines) |
1 Number theory (1. Prime or composite 2. Prime factorisation 3. Highest common factor 4. Lowest common multiple,….etc) 2 Integers (1. Integers on number lines 2. Graph integers on horizontal and vertical number lines 3. Compare and order integers,….etc) |
2nd Week(Sept) |
1 Operations with integers (1. Add and subtract integers using number lines 2. Add and subtract integers using counters) |
1 Operations with integers (1. Add and subtract integers using number lines 2. Add and subtract integers using counters 3. Integer addition and subtraction rules 4. Add and subtract integers) |
1 Operations with integers (1. Add and subtract integers using number lines 2. Add and subtract integers using counters 3. Integer addition and subtraction rules 4. Add and subtract integers 5. Complete addition and subtraction sentences with integers 6. Add and subtract integers: word problems) |
1 Operations with integers (1. Add and subtract integers using number lines 2. Add and subtract integers using counters 3. Integer addition and subtraction rules 4. Add and subtract integers 5. Complete addition and subtraction sentences with integers 6. Add and subtract integers: word problems 7. Add and subtract three or more integers 8. Understand multiplying by a negative integer using a number line,….etc) |
3rd Week(Sept) |
1 Rational numbers (1. Identify rational and irrational numbers) |
1 Rational numbers (1. Identify rational and irrational numbers 2. Convert between decimals and fractions or mixed numbers) |
1 Rational numbers (1. Identify rational and irrational numbers 2. Convert between decimals and fractions or mixed numbers 3. Rational numbers on number lines) |
1 Rational numbers (1. Identify rational and irrational numbers 2. Convert between decimals and fractions or mixed numbers 3. Rational numbers on number lines 4. Compare and order rational numbers using number lines,….etc) |
4th Week(Sept) |
Test |
Test |
Test |
Test |
For October
Year – 9 |
1 Day/Week |
2 Day/Week |
3 Day/Week |
5 Day/Week |
1st Week(Oct) |
1 Operations with rational numbers (1. Add and subtract positive and negative decimals 2. Add and subtract positive and negative fractions) |
1 Operations with rational numbers (1. Add and subtract positive and negative decimals 2. Add and subtract positive and negative fractions 3. Add and subtract rational numbers 4. Add and subtract positive rational numbers: word problems) |
1 Operations with rational numbers (1. Add and subtract positive and negative decimals 2. Add and subtract positive and negative fractions 3. Add and subtract rational numbers 4. Add and subtract positive rational numbers: word problems 5. Apply addition and subtraction rules 6. Multiply and divide positive and negative decimals) |
1 Operations with rational numbers (1. Add and subtract positive and negative decimals 2. Add and subtract positive and negative fractions 3. Add and subtract rational numbers 4. Add and subtract positive rational numbers: word problems 5. Apply addition and subtraction rules 6. Multiply and divide positive and negative decimals 7. Multiply and divide positive and negative fractions 8. Multiply and divide rational numbers,….etc) |
2nd Week(Oct) |
2 Indices and roots (1. Understanding indices 2. Evaluate indices) |
2 Indices and roots (1. Understanding indices 2. Evaluate indices 3. Solve equations with variable indices 4. Powers of ten) |
2 Indices and roots (1. Understanding indices 2. Evaluate indices 3. Solve equations with variable indices 4. Powers of ten 5. Indices with negative bases 6. Indices with decimal and fractional bases) |
2 Indices and roots (1. Understanding indices 2. Evaluate indices 3. Solve equations with variable indices 4. Powers of ten 5. Indices with negative bases 6. Indices with decimal and fractional bases 7. Understanding negative indices 8. Evaluate negative indices,….etc) |
3rd Week(Oct) |
1 Standard form (1. Convert between ordinary numbers and standard form) 1 Ratios, rates and proportions (1. Identify equivalent ratios 2. Write an equivalent ratio) |
1 Standard form (1. Convert between ordinary numbers and standard form) 1 Ratios, rates and proportions (1. Identify equivalent ratios 2. Write an equivalent ratio 3. Equivalent ratios: word problems 4. Compare ratios: word problems) |
1 Standard form (1. Convert between ordinary numbers and standard form 2. Standard form on calculators) 1 Ratios, rates and proportions (1. Identify equivalent ratios 2. Write an equivalent ratio 3. Equivalent ratios: word problems 4. Compare ratios: word problems 5. Unit rates 6. Equivalent rates) |
1 Standard form (1. Convert between ordinary numbers and standard form 2. Standard form on calculators 3. Compare numbers written in standard form,….etc) 1 Ratios, rates and proportions (1. Identify equivalent ratios 2. Write an equivalent ratio 3. Equivalent ratios: word problems 4. Compare ratios: word problems 5. Unit rates 6. Equivalent rates 7. Compare rates: word problems 8. Ratios and rates: word problems,….etc) |
4th Week(Oct) |
Test |
Test |
Test |
Test |
For November
Year – 9 |
1 Day/Week |
2 Day/Week |
3 Day/Week |
5 Day/Week |
1st Week(Nov) |
1 Direct and inverse proportions (1. Find the constant of proportionality from a table 2. Write equations for proportional relationships from tables) |
1 Direct and inverse proportions (1. Find the constant of proportionality from a table 2. Write equations for proportional relationships from tables 3. Identify proportional relationships by graphing 4. Find the constant of proportionality from a graph) |
1 Direct and inverse proportions (1. Find the constant of proportionality from a table 2. Write equations for proportional relationships from tables 3. Identify proportional relationships by graphing 4. Find the constant of proportionality from a graph 5. Write equations for proportional relationships from graphs 6. Identify proportional relationships from graphs and equations) |
1 Direct and inverse proportions (1. Find the constant of proportionality from a table 2. Write equations for proportional relationships from tables 3. Identify proportional relationships by graphing 4. Find the constant of proportionality from a graph 5. Write equations for proportional relationships from graphs 6. Identify proportional relationships from graphs and equations 7. Identify proportional relationships from tables 8. Complete a table and graph a proportional relationship,….etc) |
2nd Week(Nov) |
2 Percents (1. Convert between percents, fractions and decimals 2. Convert between percents, fractions and decimals: word problems) |
2 Percents (1. Convert between percents, fractions and decimals 2. Convert between percents, fractions and decimals: word problems 3. Compare percents to fractions and decimals 4. Estimate percents of numbers) |
2 Percents (1. Convert between percents, fractions and decimals 2. Convert between percents, fractions and decimals: word problems 3. Compare percents to fractions and decimals 4. Estimate percents of numbers 5. Percents of numbers and money amounts 6. Percents of numbers: word problems) |
2 Percents (1. Convert between percents, fractions and decimals 2. Convert between percents, fractions and decimals: word problems 3. Compare percents to fractions and decimals 4. Estimate percents of numbers 5. Percents of numbers and money amounts 6. Percents of numbers: word problems 7. Compare percents of numbers Find what percent one number is of another,….etc) |
3rd Week(Nov) |
1 Consumer math (1. Price lists 2. Unit prices) |
1 Consumer math (1. Price lists 2. Unit prices 3. Unit prices: find the total price 4. Percent of a number: VAT, discount and more) |
1 Consumer math (1. Price lists 2. Unit prices 3. Unit prices: find the total price 4. Percent of a number: VAT, discount and more 5. Find the percent: discount and mark-up 6. Sale prices: find the original price) |
1 Consumer math (1. Price lists 2. Unit prices 3. Unit prices: find the total price 4. Percent of a number: VAT, discount and more 5. Find the percent: discount and mark-up 6. Sale prices: find the original price 7. Multi-step problems with percents 8. Estimate tips,….etc) |
4rd Week(Nov) |
Test |
Test |
Test |
Test |
For Spring (March, April,May)
For March
Year – 9 |
1 Day/Week |
2 Day/Week |
3 Day/Week |
5 Day/Week |
1st Week(March) |
1 Units of measurement (1. Convert rates and measurements: metric units 2. Multi-step problems with metric unit conversions) |
1 Units of measurement (1. Convert rates and measurements: metric units 2. Multi-step problems with metric unit conversions 3. Metric mixed units 4. Convert between square meters and hectares) |
1 Units of measurement (1. Convert rates and measurements: metric units 2. Multi-step problems with metric unit conversions 3. Metric mixed units 4. Convert between square meters and hectares 5. Convert square and cubic units of length 6. Convert between cubic meters and liters) |
1 Units of measurement (1. Convert rates and measurements: metric units 2. Multi-step problems with metric unit conversions 3. Metric mixed units 4. Convert between square meters and hectares 5. Convert square and cubic units of length 6. Convert between cubic meters and liters 7. Convert rates and measurements: imperial units 8. Imperial mixed units,….etc) |
2nd Week(March) |
1 Problem solving (1. Multi-step word problems) 2 Coordinate plane (1. Coordinate plane review) |
1 Problem solving (1. Multi-step word problems 2. Multi-step word problems: identify reasonable answers) 2 Coordinate plane (1. Coordinate plane review 2. Quadrants and axes) |
1 Problem solving (1. Multi-step word problems 2. Multi-step word problems: identify reasonable answers 3. Guess-and-check word problems) 2 Coordinate plane (1. Coordinate plane review 2. Quadrants and axes 3. Follow directions on a coordinate plane) |
1 Problem solving (1. Multi-step word problems 2. Multi-step word problems: identify reasonable answers 3. Guess-and-check word problems 4. Use Venn diagrams to solve problems,…etc) 2 Coordinate plane (1. Coordinate plane review 2. Quadrants and axes 3. Follow directions on a coordinate plane 4. Find the distance between two points,….etc) |
3rd Week(March) |
1 Number sequences (1. Identify arithmetic and geometric sequences 2. Arithmetic sequences) |
1 Number sequences (1. Identify arithmetic and geometric sequences 2. Arithmetic sequences 3. Geometric sequences 4. Number sequences: mixed review) |
1 Number sequences (1. Identify arithmetic and geometric sequences 2. Arithmetic sequences 3. Geometric sequences 4. Number sequences: mixed review 5. Number sequences: word problems 6. Evaluate variable expressions for arithmetic sequences) |
1 Number sequences (1. Identify arithmetic and geometric sequences 2. Arithmetic sequences 3. Geometric sequences 4. Number sequences: mixed review 5. Number sequences: word problems 6. Evaluate variable expressions for arithmetic sequences 7. Evaluate variable expressions for geometric sequences 8. Write variable expressions for arithmetic sequences,….etc) |
4th Week(March) |
Test |
Test |
Test |
Test |
For April
Year – 9 |
1 Day/Week |
2 Day/Week |
3 Day/Week |
5 Day/Week |
1st Week(April) |
1 Expressions and properties (1. Write variable expressions 2. Write variable expressions from diagrams) |
1 Expressions and properties (1. Write variable expressions 2. Write variable expressions from diagrams 3. Evaluate one-variable expressions 4. Evaluate multi-variable expressions) |
1 Expressions and properties (1. Write variable expressions 2. Write variable expressions from diagrams 3. Evaluate one-variable expressions 4. Evaluate multi-variable expressions 5. Evaluate radical expressions 6. Evaluate rational expressions) |
1 Expressions and properties (1. Write variable expressions 2. Write variable expressions from diagrams 3. Evaluate one-variable expressions 4. Evaluate multi-variable expressions 5. Evaluate radical expressions 6. Evaluate rational expressions 7. Identify terms and coefficients 8. Properties of addition and multiplication,….etc) |
2nd Week(April) |
1 One-variable equations (1. Which x satisfies an equation? 2. Write an equation from words) 2 One-variable inequalities (1. Solutions to inequalities 2. Graph inequalities on number lines) |
1 One-variable equations (1. Which x satisfies an equation? 2. Write an equation from words 3. Model and solve equations using algebra tiles 4. Write and solve equations that represent diagrams) 2 One-variable inequalities (1. Solutions to inequalities 2. Graph inequalities on number lines 3. Write inequalities from number lines 4. Write and graph inequalities: word problems) |
1 One-variable equations (1. Which x satisfies an equation? 2. Write an equation from words 3. Model and solve equations using algebra tiles 4. Write and solve equations that represent diagrams 5. Properties of equality 6. Solve two-step equations) 1 One-variable inequalities (1. Solutions to inequalities 2. Graph inequalities on number lines 3. Write inequalities from number lines 4. Write and graph inequalities: word problems 5. Solve one-step inequalities 6. Graph solutions to one-step inequalities) |
1 One-variable equations (1. Which x satisfies an equation? 2. Write an equation from words 3. Model and solve equations using algebra tiles 4. Write and solve equations that represent diagrams 5. Properties of equality 6. Solve two-step equations 7. Solve two-step equations: word problems 8. Solve multi-step equations,….etc) 1 One-variable inequalities (1. Solutions to inequalities 2. Graph inequalities on number lines 3. Write inequalities from number lines 4. Write and graph inequalities: word problems 5. Solve one-step inequalities 6. Graph solutions to one-step inequalities 7. One-step inequalities: word problems 8. Solve two-step linear inequalities,….etc) |
3nd Week(April) |
1 Functions (1. Identify functions 2. Identify independent and dependent variables) |
1 Functions (1. Identify functions 2. Identify independent and dependent variables 3. Evaluate a linear function: word problems 4. Rate of change) |
1 Functions (1. Identify functions 2. Identify independent and dependent variables 3. Evaluate a linear function: word problems 4. Rate of change 5. Constant rate of change 6. Identify linear and nonlinear functions) |
1 Functions (1. Identify functions 2. Identify independent and dependent variables 3. Evaluate a linear function: word problems 4. Rate of change 5. Constant rate of change 6. Identify linear and nonlinear functions 7. Find values using function graphs 8. Complete a table for a function graph,….etc) |
4th Week(April) |
Test |
Test |
Test |
Test |
For May
Year – 9 |
1 Day/Week |
2 Day/Week |
3 Day/Week |
5 Day/Week |
1st Week(May) |
1 Linear functions (1. Does (x, y) satisfy the linear equation? 2. Complete a table for a linear equation) |
1 Linear functions (1. Does (x, y) satisfy the linear equation? 2. Complete a table for a linear equation 3. Complete a table and graph a linear equation 4. Interpret points on the graph of a line: word problems) |
1 Linear functions (1. Does (x, y) satisfy the linear equation? 2. Complete a table for a linear equation 3. Complete a table and graph a linear equation 4. Interpret points on the graph of a line: word problems 5. Find the gradient of a graph 6. Find the gradient from two points) |
1 Linear functions (1. Does (x, y) satisfy the linear equation? 2. Complete a table for a linear equation 3. Complete a table and graph a linear equation 4. Interpret points on the graph of a line: word problems 5. Find the gradient of a graph 6. Find the gradient from two points 7. Find a missing coordinate using gradient 8. Find the gradient and y-intercept of a linear equation,….etc) |
2nd Week(May) |
1 Monomials and polynomials (1. Identify monomials 2. Model polynomials with algebra tiles) |
1 Monomials and polynomials (1. Identify monomials 2. Model polynomials with algebra tiles 3. Add and subtract polynomials using algebra tiles 4. Add and subtract polynomials) |
1 Monomials and polynomials (1. Identify monomials 2. Model polynomials with algebra tiles 3. Add and subtract polynomials using algebra tiles 4. Add and subtract polynomials 5. Add polynomials to find perimeter 6. Multiply monomials) |
1 Monomials and polynomials (1. Identify monomials 2. Model polynomials with algebra tiles 3. Add and subtract polynomials using algebra tiles 4. Add and subtract polynomials 5. Add polynomials to find perimeter 6. Multiply monomials 7. Divide monomials 8. Multiply and divide monomials,….etc) |
3rd Week(May) |
2 Quadratic functions (1. Does (x, y) satisfy the quadratic equation?) |
2 Quadratic functions (1. Does (x, y) satisfy the quadratic equation? 2. Characteristics of quadratic functions: graphs) |
2 Quadratic functions (1. Does (x, y) satisfy the quadratic equation? 2. Characteristics of quadratic functions: graphs 3. Characteristics of quadratic functions: equations) |
2 Quadratic functions (1. Does (x, y) satisfy the quadratic equation? 2. Characteristics of quadratic functions: graphs 3. Characteristics of quadratic functions: equations 4. Complete a function table: quadratic functions,…etc) |
4th Week(May) |
Test |
Test |
Test |
Test |
For Summer (June,July,August)
For June
Year – 9 |
1 Day/Week |
2 Day/Week |
3 Day/Week |
5 Day/Week |
1st Week(June) |
1 Two – dimensional figures (1. Triangle inequality 2. Find missing angles in triangles and quadrilaterals) 1 Three – dimensional figures (1. Parts of three-dimensional figures) |
1 Two – dimensional figures (1. Triangle inequality 2. Find missing angles in triangles and quadrilaterals 3. Exterior Angle Theorem 4. Interior angles of polygons) 1 Three – dimensional figures (1. Parts of three-dimensional figures 2. Nets of three-dimensional figures) |
1 Two – dimensional figures (1. Triangle inequality 2. Find missing angles in triangles and quadrilaterals 3. Exterior Angle Theorem 4. Interior angles of polygons 5. Identify complementary, supplementary, vertical, adjacent and congruent angles 6. Find measures of complementary, supplementary, vertical and adjacent angles) 1 Three – dimensional figures (1. Parts of three-dimensional figures 2. Nets of three-dimensional figures 3. Front, side and top view) |
1 Two – dimensional figures (1. Triangle inequality 2. Find missing angles in triangles and quadrilaterals 3. Exterior Angle Theorem 4. Interior angles of polygons 5. Identify complementary, supplementary, vertical, adjacent and congruent angles 6. Find measures of complementary, supplementary, vertical and adjacent angles 7. Identify alternate interior and alternate exterior angles 8. Transversals of parallel lines: name angle pairs,….etc) 1 Three – dimensional figures (1. Parts of three-dimensional figures 2. Nets of three-dimensional figures 3. Front, side and top view 4. Base plans,….etc) |
2nd Week(June) |
2 Geometric measurement (1. Area of triangles and quadrilaterals 2. Area and perimeter of squares and rectangles: word problems) |
2 Geometric measurement (1. Area of triangles and quadrilaterals 2. Area and perimeter of squares and rectangles: word problems 3. Area of compound figures with triangles 4. Circumference of circles) |
2 Geometric measurement (1. Area of triangles and quadrilaterals 2. Area and perimeter of squares and rectangles: word problems 3. Area of compound figures with triangles 4. Circumference of circles 5. Area of circles 6. Circles: word problems) |
2 Geometric measurement (1. Area of triangles and quadrilaterals 2. Area and perimeter of squares and rectangles: word problems 3. Area of compound figures with triangles 4. Circumference of circles 5. Area of circles 6. Circles: word problems 7. Semicircles: calculate area, perimeter, radius and diameter 8. Quarter circles: calculate area, perimeter and radius,….etc) |
3rd Week(June) |
1 Transformations (1. Identify reflections, rotations and translations 2. Translations: graph the image) |
1 Transformations (1. Identify reflections, rotations and translations 2. Translations: graph the image 3. Translations: find the coordinates 4. Translations: write the rule) |
1 Transformations (1. Identify reflections, rotations and translations 2. Translations: graph the image 3. Translations: find the coordinates 4. Translations: write the rule 5. Reflections: graph the image 6. Reflections: find the coordinates) |
1 Transformations (1. Identify reflections, rotations and translations 2. Translations: graph the image 3. Translations: find the coordinates 4. Translations: write the rule 5. Reflections: graph the image 6. Reflections: find the coordinates 7. Rotations: graph the image 8. Rotations: find the coordinates,…etc) |
4th Week(June) |
Test |
Test |
Test |
Test |
For July
Year – 9 |
1 Day/Week |
2 Day/Week |
3 Day/Week |
5 Day/Week |
1st Week(July) |
1 Congruence and similarity (1. Identify congruent figures 2. Congruence statements and corresponding parts) |
1 Congruence and similarity (1. Identify congruent figures 2. Congruence statements and corresponding parts 3. Side lengths and angle measures of congruent figures 4. Congruent triangles: SSS, SAS and ASA) |
1 Congruence and similarity (1. Identify congruent figures 2. Congruence statements and corresponding parts 3. Side lengths and angle measures of congruent figures 4. Congruent triangles: SSS, SAS and ASA 5. Identify similar figures 6. Similarity ratios) |
1 Congruence and similarity (1. Identify congruent figures 2. Congruence statements and corresponding parts 3. Side lengths and angle measures of congruent figures 4. Congruent triangles: SSS, SAS and ASA 5. Identify similar figures 6. Similarity ratios 7. Similarity statements 8. Side lengths and angle measures of similar figures,….etc) |
2nd Week(July) |
1 Triangles and trigonometry (1. Pythagoras’ theorem: find the length of the hypotenuse 2. Pythagoras’ theorem: find the missing leg length) |
1 Triangles and trigonometry (1. Pythagoras’ theorem: find the length of the hypotenuse 2. Pythagoras’ theorem: find the missing leg length 3. Pythagoras’ theorem: find the missing leg or hypotenuse length 4. Pythagoras’ theorem: find the perimeter) |
1 Triangles and trigonometry (1. Pythagoras’ theorem: find the length of the hypotenuse 2. Pythagoras’ theorem: find the missing leg length 3. Pythagoras’ theorem: find the missing leg or hypotenuse length 4. Pythagoras’ theorem: find the perimeter 5. Pythagoras’ theorem: word problems 6. Converse of Pythagoras’ theorem: is it a right triangle?) |
1 Triangles and trigonometry (1. Pythagoras’ theorem: find the length of the hypotenuse 2. Pythagoras’ theorem: find the missing leg length 3. Pythagoras’ theorem: find the missing leg or hypotenuse length 4. Pythagoras’ theorem: find the perimeter 5. Pythagoras’ theorem: word problems 6. Converse of Pythagoras’ theorem: is it a right triangle? 7. Trigonometric ratios: sin, cos and tan 8. Find trigonometric functions of special angles: sin, cos and tan,….etc) |
3rd Week(July) |
1 Constructions (1. Construct the midpoint or perpendicular bisector of a segment) |
1 Constructions (1. Construct the midpoint or perpendicular bisector of a segment 2. Construct an angle bisector) |
1 Constructions (1. Construct the midpoint or perpendicular bisector of a segment 2. Construct an angle bisector 3. Construct a perpendicular line) |
1 Constructions (1. Construct the midpoint or perpendicular bisector of a segment 2. Construct an angle bisector 3. Construct a perpendicular line 4. Construct parallel lines,….etc) |
4th Week(July) |
Test |
Test |
Test |
Test |
For August
Year – 9 |
1 Day/Week |
2 Day/Week |
3 Day/Week |
5 Day/Week |
1st Week(August) |
1 Data and graphs (1. Interpret tables 2. Interpret bar graphs for categorical data) |
1 Data and graphs (1. Interpret tables 2. Interpret bar graphs for categorical data 3. Create bar graphs for categorical data 4. Interpret line graphs) |
1 Data and graphs (1. Interpret tables 2. Interpret bar graphs for categorical data 3. Create bar graphs for categorical data 4. Interpret line graphs 5. Create line graphs 6. Interpret line plots) |
1 Data and graphs (1. Interpret tables 2. Interpret bar graphs for categorical data 3. Create bar graphs for categorical data 4. Interpret line graphs 5. Create line graphs 6. Interpret line plots 7. Create line plots 8. Interpret stem-and-leaf plots,….etc) |
2nd Week(August) |
1 Statistics (1. Calculate mean, median, mode and range 2. Interpret charts to find mean, median, mode and range) |
1 Statistics (1. Calculate mean, median, mode and range 2. Interpret charts to find mean, median, mode and range 3. Mean, median, mode and range: find the missing number 4. Changes in mean, median, mode and range) |
1 Statistics (1. Calculate mean, median, mode and range 2. Interpret charts to find mean, median, mode and range 3. Mean, median, mode and range: find the missing number 4. Changes in mean, median, mode and range 5. Identify an outlier and describe the effect of removing it 6. Describe distributions in line plots) |
1 Statistics (1. Calculate mean, median, mode and range 2. Interpret charts to find mean, median, mode and range 3. Mean, median, mode and range: find the missing number 4. Changes in mean, median, mode and range 5. Identify an outlier and describe the effect of removing it 6. Describe distributions in line plots 7. Identify representative, random and biased samples 8. Create scatter plots,….etc) |
3rd Week(August) |
1 Probability (1. Probability of simple events 2. Probability of simple events and opposite events) |
1 Probability (1. Probability of simple events 2. Probability of simple events and opposite events 3. Probability of mutually exclusive events and overlapping events 4. Experimental probability) |
1 Probability (1. Probability of simple events 2. Probability of simple events and opposite events 3. Probability of mutually exclusive events and overlapping events 4. Experimental probability 5. Make predictions using theoretical probability 6. Make predictions using experimental probability) |
1 Probability (1. Probability of simple events 2. Probability of simple events and opposite events 3. Probability of mutually exclusive events and overlapping events 4. Experimental probability 5. Make predictions using theoretical probability 6. Make predictions using experimental probability 7. Compound events: find the number of outcomes 8. Probability of compound events,….etc) |
4th Week(August) |
Test |
Test |
1 Test |
1 Test |
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