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This bundle is a complete collection of 5 units, approximately 10 lessons each for a grand total of 51 lessons. 9th grade common core mathematics is primarily Algebra 1 topics. Topics covered in this bundle are:

Unit 1: Getting Ready (10 lessons, 1 exam--no solution key)

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Getting-Ready-for-Arithmetic-Sequences-Complete-Bundled-Unit-1861401

Using a system of two linear equations to solve a story problem.

Solving a one variable inequality and justifying each step.

Solving a one variable inequality and graphing the solution.

Solving an all variable equation for one of the variables.

Solving a system of two linear equations graphically.

Unit 2: Systems of Equations (11 lessons, NO EXAMS)

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Systems-of-Equations-Complete-Bundled-Unit-2377798

Given a system of equations and a few coordinates, finding the solution.

Given a system of equations, finding the solution graphically.

Given one equation and a coordinate, determining graphically if the given point is a solution.

Given a linear equation in standard form and some coordinates, finding which coordinate is a solution.

Given a linear equation in standard form and and x or y-value, finding the corresponding y or x-value that is a solution.

Graphing a linear inequality in slope-intercept form.

Given a system of linear equations in slope-intercept form, finding a solution.

Given a linear equation in standard form, graphing using the x and y-intercepts.

Adding and multiplying fractions review.

Determining the solution to a one variable equation.

Using a system of equations to model a story problem and interpret results.

Given an all variable equation, solving for a particular variable.

Graphing a linear inequality (standard and slope-intercept form).

Writing a linear inequality given a graph.

Solving a system of linear equations by substitution and then graphing to check the solution.

Graphing a linear inequality (standard and slope-intercept form).

Using a linear equation to model a story problem.

Writing simple expressions using exponents.

Evaluating simple exponential problems.

Using a system of equations to model and solve story problems.

Solving a one variable inequality and giving the answer in set notation.

Simplifying simple exponential expressions.

Writing an expression with exponents in different ways.

Using a system of linear equations to model a story problem. And interpreting results.

Using a system of linear inequalities to represent a story problem and interpreting results.

Determining the linear inequality that represents a given graph.

Determining the system of linear inequalities that represent a given graph.

Graphing a system of linear inequalities.

Determining if a given point is a solution of a system of linear inequalities.

Determining the number of solutions a linear system has.

Solving simple exponential equations.

Graphing a system of linear inequalities in standard form to determine the solution.

Unit 3: Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences (10 lessons, 5 activities, NO EXAMS)

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Arithmetic-and-Geometric-Sequences-Complete-Bundled-Unit-1789115

Finding Arithmetic and Geometric rates of change

Finding an explicit and recursive equation to describe a sequence

Finding missing steps in an arithmetic and geometric sequence

Unit 4: Linear and Exponential Functions (10 lessons, NO EXAMS)

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Linear-and-Exponential-Functions-Complete-Bundled-Unit-2386113

Identifying a sequence as arithmetic, geometric or neither.

Discrete and continuous relationships.

Calculating the slope of a line that passes through a set of points.

Determining which situation has the greatest rate of change.

Finding the recursive and explicit equations for a given table of values.

Graphing linear equations in slope-intercept form.

Determining which situation has the greatest rate of change.

Finding the recursive and explicit equations for a given table of values.

Graphing linear equations in slope-intercept form.

Identify an exponential and linear function given a graph and decide which has the greatest rate of change.

Given one of the following: a table, story, graph or an explicit/recursive equation, come up with the rest.

Given a geometric sequence in context, come up with the recursive and explicit equations.

Determining which function (linear and exponential) has the greater rate of change given graphs or tables of values. Giving intervals where each function has a greater rate of change.

Given the first and last term of a geometric sequence, determining the rate of change, the explicit and recursive equations and the missing terms.

Finding a geometric and arithmetic representation for the same sequence (given the first and last terms).

Writing the explicit and recursive equations for a geometric and arithmetic sequence.

Given the graph of two functions (linear and exponential) determine which has the greater rate of change over different intervals.

Comparing and contrasting a linear function and an exponential function.

Finding a solution to a system of linear equations graphically.

Writing a linear equation given slope and y-intercept.

Using point-slope form of a linear equation to write an equation for a line given a point and slope (or having to calculate slope given two points).

Given a verbal description of a sequence and a rate of change, come up with the recursive and explicit equations that match the description and a graphical representation.

Given a multi step linear equation, isolating y.

Using the simple interest formula to calculate the value of different variables.

Solving multi-step linear equations.

Completing a table of values given a linear equation and a set of x-values.

Using the simple interest formula.

Using the compound interest formula.

Evaluating multi-variable equations given values for the variables.

Describing discrete and continuous relationships.

Finding a geometric and arithmetic representation for a table of values (given the first and last values). Giving the recursive and explicit functions for each.

Unit 5: Features of Functions (9 lessons, NO EXAMS)

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Features-of-Functions-Complete-Bundled-Unit-1847024

Finding domain, range, maximum, minimum, intervals of increasing and decreasing

Identifying Linear or Exponential functions given recursive, explicit or graphical information.

Identifying intervals of greater increase or decrease.

comparing linear and exponential growth

Unit 1: Getting Ready (10 lessons, 1 exam--no solution key)

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Getting-Ready-for-Arithmetic-Sequences-Complete-Bundled-Unit-1861401

Using a system of two linear equations to solve a story problem.

Solving a one variable inequality and justifying each step.

Solving a one variable inequality and graphing the solution.

Solving an all variable equation for one of the variables.

Solving a system of two linear equations graphically.

Unit 2: Systems of Equations (11 lessons, NO EXAMS)

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Systems-of-Equations-Complete-Bundled-Unit-2377798

Given a system of equations and a few coordinates, finding the solution.

Given a system of equations, finding the solution graphically.

Given one equation and a coordinate, determining graphically if the given point is a solution.

Given a linear equation in standard form and some coordinates, finding which coordinate is a solution.

Given a linear equation in standard form and and x or y-value, finding the corresponding y or x-value that is a solution.

Graphing a linear inequality in slope-intercept form.

Given a system of linear equations in slope-intercept form, finding a solution.

Given a linear equation in standard form, graphing using the x and y-intercepts.

Adding and multiplying fractions review.

Determining the solution to a one variable equation.

Using a system of equations to model a story problem and interpret results.

Given an all variable equation, solving for a particular variable.

Graphing a linear inequality (standard and slope-intercept form).

Writing a linear inequality given a graph.

Solving a system of linear equations by substitution and then graphing to check the solution.

Graphing a linear inequality (standard and slope-intercept form).

Using a linear equation to model a story problem.

Writing simple expressions using exponents.

Evaluating simple exponential problems.

Using a system of equations to model and solve story problems.

Solving a one variable inequality and giving the answer in set notation.

Simplifying simple exponential expressions.

Writing an expression with exponents in different ways.

Using a system of linear equations to model a story problem. And interpreting results.

Using a system of linear inequalities to represent a story problem and interpreting results.

Determining the linear inequality that represents a given graph.

Determining the system of linear inequalities that represent a given graph.

Graphing a system of linear inequalities.

Determining if a given point is a solution of a system of linear inequalities.

Determining the number of solutions a linear system has.

Solving simple exponential equations.

Graphing a system of linear inequalities in standard form to determine the solution.

Unit 3: Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences (10 lessons, 5 activities, NO EXAMS)

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Arithmetic-and-Geometric-Sequences-Complete-Bundled-Unit-1789115

Finding Arithmetic and Geometric rates of change

Finding an explicit and recursive equation to describe a sequence

Finding missing steps in an arithmetic and geometric sequence

Unit 4: Linear and Exponential Functions (10 lessons, NO EXAMS)

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Linear-and-Exponential-Functions-Complete-Bundled-Unit-2386113

Identifying a sequence as arithmetic, geometric or neither.

Discrete and continuous relationships.

Calculating the slope of a line that passes through a set of points.

Determining which situation has the greatest rate of change.

Finding the recursive and explicit equations for a given table of values.

Graphing linear equations in slope-intercept form.

Determining which situation has the greatest rate of change.

Finding the recursive and explicit equations for a given table of values.

Graphing linear equations in slope-intercept form.

Identify an exponential and linear function given a graph and decide which has the greatest rate of change.

Given one of the following: a table, story, graph or an explicit/recursive equation, come up with the rest.

Given a geometric sequence in context, come up with the recursive and explicit equations.

Determining which function (linear and exponential) has the greater rate of change given graphs or tables of values. Giving intervals where each function has a greater rate of change.

Given the first and last term of a geometric sequence, determining the rate of change, the explicit and recursive equations and the missing terms.

Finding a geometric and arithmetic representation for the same sequence (given the first and last terms).

Writing the explicit and recursive equations for a geometric and arithmetic sequence.

Given the graph of two functions (linear and exponential) determine which has the greater rate of change over different intervals.

Comparing and contrasting a linear function and an exponential function.

Finding a solution to a system of linear equations graphically.

Writing a linear equation given slope and y-intercept.

Using point-slope form of a linear equation to write an equation for a line given a point and slope (or having to calculate slope given two points).

Given a verbal description of a sequence and a rate of change, come up with the recursive and explicit equations that match the description and a graphical representation.

Given a multi step linear equation, isolating y.

Using the simple interest formula to calculate the value of different variables.

Solving multi-step linear equations.

Completing a table of values given a linear equation and a set of x-values.

Using the simple interest formula.

Using the compound interest formula.

Evaluating multi-variable equations given values for the variables.

Describing discrete and continuous relationships.

Finding a geometric and arithmetic representation for a table of values (given the first and last values). Giving the recursive and explicit functions for each.

Unit 5: Features of Functions (9 lessons, NO EXAMS)

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Features-of-Functions-Complete-Bundled-Unit-1847024

Finding domain, range, maximum, minimum, intervals of increasing and decreasing

Identifying Linear or Exponential functions given recursive, explicit or graphical information.

Identifying intervals of greater increase or decrease.

comparing linear and exponential growth

Total Pages

100+

Answer Key

Not Included

Teaching Duration

1 Year

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