Intro to Pythagoras Theorem

## 9HMN Lessons & Blog

### Friday 01 July

Review Year 9 Exam Papers

### Friday 24 June

Rotations & Negative Scale Factor Enlargements

### Friday 17 June

Algebra Revision

### Friday 27 May

Transformations 1

### Friday 20 May

Quadratic Equations 2

### Friday 13 May

Quadratic Equations

### Friday 29 April

Linear Equations 2

### Friday 08 April

Linear Equations 1

### Friday 01 April

Assessment 3

### Friday 25 March

Indices and Standard Form Revision

### Friday 18 March

Standard Form Without Calculator

### Friday 11 March

Standard Form 2

### Friday 4 March

Standard Form

### Friday 11 February

Expanding Brackets and Collecting Like Terms

Please complete homework for Friday 18 February. Write out the questions, not just the answers, and show all your working in full.

### Friday 4 February

Signed Numbers and Like Terms

### Friday 28 January

Indices 2

### Friday 14 January

Assessment 2

### Friday 07 January

Straight Line Graph Plotting

### Friday 03 December

Coordinates and The Straight Line

### Assessment 1 Q1 - Q3 Homework

This short video lesson is designed to help you with Q1 - Q3 of Assessment 1.

Video Lesson (8 min)

Watch the video and/or read the lesson notes before completing Assessment 1 Q1 - Q3.

Please hand in to Mr Herring next lesson on Wednesday 1 December.

### Friday 26 November

Rounding to Significant Figures

### Friday 19 November

Rounding to Decimal Places

### Friday 12 November

Mixed Number Multiplication and Division

### Friday 05 November

Mixed Number Addition and Subtraction

### Friday 15 October

Fractions - Finding, Multiplying and Dividing

### Friday 08 October

Fractions - Equivalence, Addition and Subtraction

### Friday 01 October

HCFs and LCMs

### Friday 17 September

Prime Factors, HCFs, LCMs

### Friday 10 September

Un unfortunate start with half the class missing part of the lesson to take their lateral flow tests.

Here is the complete set of lesson notes which you can print off and stick in your exercise books.

Factors, Multiples, Primes