Homework Sheets

Year 9 Week 21
In this set of sheets you invesigate how large $1 trillion really is. You then use a pencil, ruler, compass and protractor to draw a particular polygon. As well as investigating measurement using alebra, you work through some measurement applications and find out exactly how much it costs when you have a dripping tap.Download Now Year / Level:

Year 9 Week 22
The first sheet gets you to draw a widget  is it an impossible solid? You then learn how to draw a pentagon. There are exercises to find area, look at patterns and work through more measurement problems. Measurement is probably the most used mathematical application in real life. You will find that constantly revisiting some topics will help it stick in your mind.Download Now Year / Level:

Year 9 Week 23
These 4 sheets start off with some algebraic equations that require a bit more thought than usual. You then get to draw a regular hexagon. Does that have 5, 6 or 7 sides? Finally, you get to work through some area applications and you need to remember all that work you have done on angles, as you revisit straight lines and the angles that result.Download Now Year / Level:

Year 9 Week 24
Scale diagrams are not blown out of proprotion. You will soon be an expert at drawing and naming polygons and working through circumference and area problems. You finish off these sheets by completing some more angle questions and there is a final research assignment which sends you off to spend $1 million.Download Now Year / Level:

Year 9 Week 25
The sheets start off with you visualising what happens when two different shapes are fitted together. How many times has your maths teacher taken you on an excursion? If the answer is never, then we have a set of mathematical excursions for you to enjoy. After working through these you proceed through coordinates, a quick money question and a look at exterior angles of polygons.Download Now Year / Level:

Year 9 Week 26
The first of these 4 sheets looks at an impossible solid that cannot be made but can be drawn. There are more angles and polygons, more coordinate work and a construction to draw. One of the greatest uses of everyday mathematics is within geometry and measurement. Therefore these are good sheets to revise and study from.Download Now Year / Level:

Year 9 Week 27
These sheets start off with you visualising and drawing building blocks. There is some excellent revision for you to work through with the topics being polygon interior angles, coordinates, shapes and a triangle construction and measure using pencil, compass, ruler and protractor.Download Now Year / Level:

Year 9 Week 28
Reflection is always a popular topic to work through. There is also some research finding the names of the regular solids, visualising dice nets, polygon angles, another mathematical excursion and some triangle and angle work.Download Now Year / Level:

Year 9 Week 29
These 4 sheets start off by looking at scale factors and how they are related to enlargement of a shape's area. These is also some work on constructions and measurement. Finally there is a linear line graph exercise that has previously been used in a final year 9 examination.Download Now Year / Level:

Year 9 Week 30
In this set of sheets you get to choose and make your own net (or make 2 or 3). There are more triangles and angles and a couple of linear graph exercises that revisits perimeter. It is in the constant revision of material that helps cement the work into your mind. This makes it easier to remember, especially when it comes to exam time.Download Now Year / Level: