Course name: Mathematics Course code: (MTH1W)

Grade: 9
Credits:1.0
Type: Destreamed
Language of Study: English
Prerequisites: None
Course description: Examine relationships, explore the effective use of technology, and build problem-solving and algebraic skills. This is an enhanced pathway course for both applied and academic streamed students. Preview Course
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Course fees are partially subsidized for most Ontario residents. The administrative fee covers the cost for us to process your application.
Grade: 9
Credits:1.0
Type: Destreamed
Language of Study: English
Prerequisites: None
Course description: Examine relationships, explore the effective use of technology, and build problem-solving and algebraic skills. This is an enhanced pathway course for both applied and academic streamed students. Preview Course

Course fees are partially subsidized for most Ontario residents. The administrative fee covers the cost for us to process your application.

Interested in taking this course?
  • If you are a student already enrolled in an Ontario High School, please contact your school about taking courses with TVO ILC.
  • If your goal is to earn a high school diploma or if you are a homeschool student, an academic assessment of your application must be done before choosing courses, please visit Apply Now to start your application.

Course Overview

This course enables students to consolidate, and continue to develop, an understanding of mathematical concepts related to number sense and operations, algebra, measurement, geometry, data, probability, and financial literacy. Students will use mathematical processes, mathematical modelling, and coding to make sense of the mathematics they are learning and to apply their understanding to culturally responsive and relevant real-world situations. Students will continue to enhance their mathematical reasoning skills, including proportional reasoning, spatial reasoning, and algebraic reasoning, as they solve problems and communicate their thinking.

Course Syllabus

This course is designed for independent study. Our courses are routinely reviewed for errors and adherence to AODA accessibility standards. We appreciate your patience as we work towards delivering high-quality digital learning for all.
This course is designed for independent study. Our courses are routinely reviewed for errors and adherence to AODA accessibility standards. We appreciate your patience as we work towards delivering high-quality digital learning for all. To preview the lessons, please visit this page with a computer or tablet.
42 Lessons

1.1   Grade 9 mathematics

1.2   A brief history of mathematics

1.3   Set of numbers

1.4   Algebraic patterns

1.5   Organized patterns

1.6   What is an algorithm?

1.7   Reviewing progress

1.8   An introduction to measurement

1.9   More number patterns

1.10   Geometric art

2.1   Characteristics of graphs

2.2   Simple interest

2.3   Powers and exponent rules

2.4   Compound interest

2.5   Tools to evaluate financial decisions

2.6   Evaluating and solving

2.7   Appreciation and depreciation

2.8   Budgeting

2.9   Comparing financial options

2.10   Borrowing money

3.1   Unit conversions

3.2   Area and perimeter of composite shapes

3.3   Optimization in 2D shapes

3.4   Volume and surface area of 3D shapes

3.5   Optimization of surface area

3.6   Angle relationships in polygons

3.7   Triangle properties and parallel lines

3.8   Circle properties and infinity

3.9   The power of coding

3.10   Computational steps

3.11   Coding for algorithms

3.12   Coding for mathematical problem solving

4.1   One-variable statistics

4.2   Representing single variable data

4.3   Two-variable statistics

4.4   Data and spreadsheets

4.5   Lines of best fit

4.6   Data investigation

4.7   Determining equations of lines

4.8   Points of intersection

4.9   Lines and inequalities

4.10   Preparing for the final test



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