## Unit 7 Extra Resources

**Unit 7 Terms**

Terms for the unit

Definitions

**you made**for the quiz

**Assorted Unit 7 Videos**

Transversals and Parallel Lines Review Playlist

Angles Between Intersecting Lines Playlist

Explore these playlists for some practice questions and proofs!

Proof of the Sum of Angles in a Triangle

Sum of Interior Angles of a Polygon Explanation

More practice questions!

The angle game

## Unit 6 Extra Resources

**6.1 Equation of a Line in Slope Y-Intercept Form**

Graphing a line from an equation in slope-intercept form

Graphing Linear Equations Practice

**6.2 Equation of a Line in Standard Form**

Converting to slope-intercept form

**6.3 Graphing Using the X and Y-Intercepts**

Graphing using x and y-intercepts

There are other videos and practice questions in this playlist that would be great to watch as well!

**6.4 Parallel and Perpendicular Lines**

Equations of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

Other videos in the playlist might be useful too

**6.5 Finding the Equation from the Slope and a Point**

Linear Equation from a Slope and a Point

Example Question

Continue in the playlist for more complex examples

**6.6 Finding the Equation from Two Points**

Linear Equation from Two Points

**6.5 Linear Systems**

Solving Linear Systems By Graphing

Note: if you go on in this playlist, there are other ways to solve linear systems. These are covered in Grade 10. If you're feeling daring, try them out!

## Unit 5 Extra Resources

Unit 5 Review.pdf |

Khan Academy Practice Questions on Slope

These are the things you came up with that you should know for the test. There isn't one for 5.6 so feel free to make your own. Remember, you will need to know the y2-y1/x2-x1 slope formula!

**Unit 5 Learning Goals:**These are the things you came up with that you should know for the test. There isn't one for 5.6 so feel free to make your own. Remember, you will need to know the y2-y1/x2-x1 slope formula!

## Unit 4 Extra Resources

**4.1 & 4.2 Solving Equations**

Intro to Equations and Practice

Playlist on solving One-step Equations

Solving Multi-Step Equation Examples

Multi-step Equations with Distribution Examples

**4.3 Solving Equations with Fractions**

Solving Equations with Fractions Example

Here's another example

**4.4 Modelling with Formulas**

Rearrange Formulas to isolate variables

Solving for a variable

Solving for a variable 2

Example: Solving for a variable

Rearranging formulas practice questions

## Unit 3 Extra Resources

Here are some extra resources if you didn't understand what happened in class, missed a class or want a quick review before the test!

Exponents with Negative Bases

Exponents Practice (Positive Powers Only)

Raising a Number to the 0th and 1st Power

Exponents Practice

Combining Like Terms 1

Combining Like Terms 2

Combining Like Terms 3

Combining Like Terms Practice

Combining Like Terms and the Distributive Property

Distributive Property Practice

**3.2 & 3.3 Working with Exponents**Exponents with Negative Bases

Exponents Practice (Positive Powers Only)

Raising a Number to the 0th and 1st Power

Exponents Practice

**3.5 Collecting Like Term****s**Combining Like Terms 1

Combining Like Terms 2

Combining Like Terms 3

Combining Like Terms Practice

**3.6 & 3.7 Distributive Property**Combining Like Terms and the Distributive Property

Distributive Property Practice

## 3.3 Classwork Answers

Please fill out the tables yourselves. If you have any questions, ask a friend or let me know.

Product rule questions
1. 8^9 2. m^10 3. 9^6 4. Not possible 5. a^9 6. 2^11 7. a^5 x b^7 |
Quotient rule questions
1. x^3 2. 2^4 3. p^4 4. 6 5. 5^2 |
Power rule questions
1. x^12 2. 2^6 3. a^36 4. 5^3 x x^12 5. 2^4 x y^20 |

## 3.2 Classwork Answers

1a) 5
b) 2 c) -3 d) 3 e) 2/3 2a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) 4 e) 2 3. B,D 4. B,C,D |
5a) 6^7 (the symbol "^" means 'to the power of')
b) 9^2 c) 0.4^3 d) (-7)^5 e) (2/5)^4 6a) 81 b) 125 c) 4 d) -81 e) 1/16 7a) 216 b) 128 c) -16 d) 64 e) 1 f) 16/25 |
8a) 25
b) 49 c) 29 d) 2/3 e) 4 9a) 48 b) 23 c) 8 d) This question is confusing. The question should read: x^2 - y^2 , x=7, y=5 The correct answer is 24 If you did x^2 - y^2x = 7 as one equation, your answer would be x^2 - 25x = 7 - you don't need to understand this yet |