# Saxon Math

## Grade Nine Content

Saxon Algebra 1, Third Edition

#### operations with rational numbers (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and order of operations)

Lesson 4, 6: Operations with whole number, adding/subtract whole numbers

Lesson 4, 8, 87: Operations with whole numbers: multiply whole number

Lesson 4, 8, 40: Operations with whole numbers: Divide whole numbers

Lesson 11: Reciprocal and Multiplicative inverse: Order of Operations: Identifying Multiplication and Addition

Lesson 12: Symbols of Inclusion: Order of Operations

Lesson 13: Multiple Symbols of Inclusion: More on Order of Operations: Products of Signed Numbers

Lesson 52: More on Addition of Rational Expressions with Unequal Denominators: Overall Average

#### exponents and exponent laws with whole-number exponents

Lessons 19, 21, 29, 40, 41, 53, 58, 88, 114,118-119: (covers variety of computation related to exponents)

#### operations with polynomials, of degree less than or equal to 2

Lesson 48: Simplifying polynomial expressions: monomials/binomials/trinomials

Lesson 50: Degrees of polynomials/addition of polynomials

Lesson 74: Common factors

Lesson 88: Division of polynomials: Simple

Lesson 90: Division of polynomials: Missing term in dividend

Lesson 127: Lead coefficients greater than one

Lesson 69, 73, 127: Simple factoring

#### two-variable linear relations, using graphing, interpolation, and extrapolation

Lesson 50, 54, 56, 59, 79, 87, 83: Define axes, coordinates, quadrants, And origin/Recognize and plot ordered pairs

Lesson 51: Graph linear equations by substitution

Lesson 75, 106: Graph linear equations: Equation of a line/finding slopes/given two ordered pairs

Lesson 81, 107: Graph linear equations to solve systems of equations, parallel lines

#### multi-step one-variable linear equations

Lesson 17: Factors and Coefficients, Terms, The Distributive Property

Lesson 88, 96, 118-119: Quadratic Equations

Lesson 110: Graph circles, ellipses, hyperbolas, and parabolas

#### spatial proportional reasoning

Lesson 1: Identify Line Segments

Lesson 2, 3: Identifying intersecting and parallel lines, vertices of angles, classifying polygons, circumference

Lesson 8: Right, acute, straight and obtuse angles, Draw diagonals of polygons

Lesson 15, 20: Classifying triangles, measures of triangles

Lesson 60, 72, 91: Identify points and find distances between points, identifying geometric solids

Lesson 110: Translate, rotate and reflect polygons

Lesson 53: Conversion by Unit Multipliers

#### statistics in society

Lesson 21, 41: Find averages of several numbers/Overall

Lesson 45: Compute measures of central tendency

Lesson 70: Using counting techniques to compute probability: simple probability

Lesson 70, 73: Using counting techniques to compute probability: Independent events

Lesson 70: Using counting techniques to compute probability: Product of probabilities

Lesson 85: Use and construct stem-and-leaf plots/Use and construct histograms

Lesson 120: Use and construct box-and-whisker plots

#### financial literacy — simple budgets and transactions

Lesson 83: Coin Problems

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## Curricular Competencies

### Reasoning/Analyzing

#### Use logic and patterns to solve puzzles and play games

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#### Use reasoning and logic to explore, analyze, and apply mathematical ideas

Lesson 58: Percent Word Problems & Stem-Leaf Plots, Histograms

Lesson 89: Value Problems

Lesson 92: Uniform Motion Problems About Equal Distances

Lesson 94: Uniform Motion Problems of the Form D1+D2=N

Lesson 96: Difference of Two Squares Theorem

#### Estimate reasonably

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#### Demonstrate and apply mental math strategies

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#### Use tools or technology to explore and create patterns and relationships, and test conjectures

Use of

• paper/pencil/pen/camera/Ipad/
• calculator/graph calculator

#### Model mathematics in contextualized experiences

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### Understanding/Solving

#### Apply multiple strategies to solve problems in both abstract and contextualized situations

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#### Develop, demonstrate, and apply mathematical understanding through play, inquiry, and problem solving

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#### Visualize to explore mathematical concepts

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#### Engage in problem-solving experiences that are connected to place, story, cultural practices, and perspectives relevant to local First Peoples communities, the local community, and other cultures

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### Communicating/Representing

#### Use mathematical vocabulary and language to contribute to mathematical discussions

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#### Explain and justify mathematical ideas and decisions

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#### Communicate mathematical thinking in many ways

Lesson 58: Percent Word Problems & Stem-Leaf Plots, Histograms

Lesson 89: Value Problems

Lesson 92: Uniform Motion Problems About Equal Distances

Lesson 94: Uniform Motion Problems of the Form D1+D2=N

Lesson 96: Difference of Two Squares Theorem

#### Represent mathematical ideas in concrete, pictorial, and symbolic forms

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### Connecting/Reflecting

#### Reflect on mathematical thinking

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#### Connect mathematical concepts to each other and to other areas and personal interests

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#### Incorporate First Peoples worldviews and perspectives to make connections to mathematical concepts

First People’s content is not covered

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