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  1. page home edited htmldiff1 {Ancaster_High.gif} Ancaster High School Welcome to the Ancaster High School Grade Nine …
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    Welcome to the Ancaster High School Grade Nine Mathematics Wikispace.
    THE LAST EDITS FOR THE WIKI ARE TO BE DONE BY June 5th, 2009
    The moderators of the space are Mr. Hendriks, Mr. Rancourt and Mr. T. Page.
    The main purpose of this Wiki is to have our students contribute their understanding of "Twenty Six" Grade Nine mathematics topics. This information will be used as a resource for study purposes for Assessments and Evaluations in the course.
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  1. page Number Sense edited NUMBER SENSE (MARKED 2009/06/07) BASICS Adding and Subtracting are the two most basic forms of …
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    BASICS
    Adding and Subtracting are the two most basic forms of mathamatics.
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  2. page Factoring edited Factoring ... of Contents (MARKED 2009/06/07) Factoring Video Factoring Powerpoint

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  3. page Exponents edited {exponents.pptx} MARKED MARKED (2009/06/07) Exponents Exponents are a short form for repeate…
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    Exponents Exponents are a short form for repeated multiplication of the same number by itself. For example, the short form for multiplying three copies of the number 5 or (5)(5)(5) is 5 to the power of 3 or 5^3. The "exponent", being 3 in this example, stands for however many times the value is being multiplied. The number that is being multiplied, being 5 in this example, is called the "base".
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  4. page Optimal Values edited {title} MARKED Click here to go back to the home page This page was completed by Group 3: A…

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    Optimal Values include perimeter, area, volume and surface area. Perimeter and Area are used in 2D shapes, such as the rectangle and the triangle. Volume and Surface Area are used in 3D shapes, such as the rectangular prism and the cylinder. In Optimal Values, there are definitions, explanations and examples for all four topics.
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    When given a certain area of a square, we can find the minimum perimeter that will give us that area. When given its perimeter, we can find the maximum area for that perimeter.
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    Determine the volume and surface area of the shape below. Answers are located above "citations". REMEMBER: r= d/2
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    SA = 365.87m²
    {therefore} The surface area of the cone is 365.87m².
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    YOUR UNDERSTANDING (C):(C):
    Determine the unknown measure of the shape below. Answers are located above "citations".
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  5. page Direct and Partial Variations edited {Ancaster_High.gif} ... Partial Variation! (MARKED 2009/06/07) See the bottom of our Wiki f…
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    See the bottom of our Wiki for Podcasts, Powerpoints, Excel graphs and other things!
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  6. page Linear Vs. Non Linear edited Graphically (MARKED) Edited By: ... and Janos {linearrrr.JPG} MARKED 2009/06/07 {linear…

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    A LINEAR RELATION is a relation between two variables which creates a straight line when graphed on a cartesian plane or other coordinate system. LINEAR RELATIONS may have a positive (ex. 1) OR negative (ex. 2) slope. Also, the slope is of a linear relation is always constant. If the line of best fit is going in a positive direction, it is considered a positive incline. If the graph is going towards the top right corner of the graph, starting at the origin (0,0) ,the graph is linear (as shown below).
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  7. page Triangles edited Marked 01/02/09 June 7th Triangles Definition: Triangles are three sided polygons, with…

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    Triangles
    Definition: Triangles are three sided polygons, with angles adding up to 180 degrees.
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  8. page Linear Relations edited Marked June 7th Linear Relations page by: Jas, Maggie, Jesse, What is Linear Relations?

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    Linear Relations page by: Jas, Maggie, Jesse,
    What is Linear Relations?
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