10/6/11

Copy into notes and complete answers

1. Identify the Property

a) 2(4 x 6) = (2 x 4)6 ________________

b) 7 + (-9) = (-9) + 7 ________________

c) 5(4 x 3) = (5*4) x (5*3) ________________

d) 8 – 3 = 3 – 8 ________________

Do on loose leaf paper to hand in.

Homework

1. 72 + (5 + 2) – 9 ÷ 3

2. 24 ÷ 2(7 – 4) + 52

10/7/11

This is a two (2) part homework that should be done on two separate pieces of loose leaf paper.

Part 1: Computation

Find a solution to each expression, and state the steps you took to arrive at your answer.

1. 8 – (2 + 5) + 18 ÷ 3^2

2. 36 ÷ 2^2 – 3(1 + 1)

3. 5^2 x 14 ÷ 2 + 4(8 – 3)

Part 2: Essay

Write a short essay that states two different professions that uses order of operations in their professional jobs. The essay consist of two paragraphs with a minimum of thirty (30) words each.

10/11/11

Here are the additional things for your essay.

Things you need to consider:

- Define Order Of Operations

- Explain why using Order Of Operations is important to that profession

- Find a math problem involving Order Of Operation in your chosen profession and solve it using Order of Operation.

10/12/11

Homework

1. . Find n + 9 when n = 5 2. If p = 6 find 10 - p

3. Given s = 16 and t = 4 4. What is j * 3 - k if

find t ÷ s j = 11 and k = 7.

10/13/11

Homework

1. Evaluate: 6^2 -3(8/4) + 5 * 7

2. If a = 9 and b = 2 find, 7 – a * b.

3. Find x/4 + 5y when x = 20 and y = 6.

4. What is 7m – n/3 + p if p = 9, n = 18 and m = 2?

*You need to hand in or update your essay!

10/21/11

Define the symbol used in class.

Complete problems from class.

10/24/11

9. Evaluate the expression

x3 + y2 – n when x=-2,y=5,n=7

10. Show prime factorization.

for 96.

10/25/11

Complete work from class.

Work on project.

10/26/11

Work on project.

10/27/11

Review notes.

10/28/11

Complete work from class.

Study terms.

10/31/11

Study notes for exams.

11/1/11

Complete project.

Study terms.

11/2/11

Complete work from class.

11/3/11

Look up definitions for terms.

11 – 4 – 11

Write the ratios for the following situations.

A basket has six apples, four oranges, twenty grapes, eight plums, nine pears, two grapefruits, five bananas and ten peaches. Find the ratios of:

1. Bananas to grapes

2. Oranges to peaches

3. Pears to grapefruits

4. Apples to plums

11/9/11

Look up words discussed in class.

11/10/11

1. Find the value of n.

8 64

2. A bag has 5 red, 10 pink,

12 green and 14 yellow

coins, find the ratio of:

a) pink to green

b) yellow to red

3. √225 =

4. 3^4=

5. 10^2 + 3(6 – 4) – 16 ÷ 8 =

11/14/11

Homework

Directions: This homework is due on loose leaf paper.

Duck, Sheep, Frog and Ant were working on factoring a number. Each person solved the problem different.

Duck Sheep

36 = 6 x 6 36 = 12 x 3

= 2 x 3 x 3 x 3 = 4 x 3

= 2 x 2 x 3

Frog Ant

36 36

/ \ / \

12 x 3 9 x 4

/ \ \ / \ / \

3 x 4 x 3 3 x 3 x 2 x 2

Which person has the correct answer?

_______________________________

Explain why their answer is correct.

___________________________________

___________________________________

___________________________________

___________________________________

11/15/11

1. Study notes.

2. Define

a) infinit

b) finite

The steps are:

1. Take out loose leaf paper (grade 8 may need 2 sheets).

2. Place heading shown in class on paper.

3. Fold the paper in half (vertical).

4. Number the front page

a) 7th grade 1 to 8 (skip 5 lines).

b) 8th grade 1 to 8 (skip 6 lines).

5. Number the back page

a) 7th grade 9 to 12

b) 8th grade 9 to 15

6. Retrieve problems from class notes or homework.

(Just the problem not the answers.)

7. Student gives parent notebook.

8. Parent checks paper to make sure no answers have been included.

9. Student answers all questions.

10. When child has completed all the problems, parent checks work and signs the work in the appropriate place.

Note: Self-checks are due on Mondays of each week unless monday is a holiday then due on Tuesday.

11/21/11

Read Scientific Notation pages 171 - 172.

11/22/11

Between which two whole numbers does Q2 lie.

1. Evaluate: √441 = 2. Evaluate: √184=

Express in scientific notation Q7 & standard form Q8.

3. 0.0000053 4. 8.25 x 10-4

5. 5(–6) = 6. –6 – 8 =

7. [(2.07)^5]^4 = 8. 9^2 + √25 – 18 ÷ 6

9. Factor: 136 10. Define a natural #

11/23/11

There are different parts to this homework. Do them on different days.

These are the new entries that need to be made in your journal. There should be a definition and an example.

Rules of Integers

a) Adding

b) Subtracting

c) Multiplying/Dividing

Scientific Notation

a) Standard Form to Scientific Notation

b) Scientific Notation to Standard Form

Factoring

a) Factor Tree

b) Line by line

Chart (numbers 1 to 20)

# x^2 Perfect Sq. Square Root

2 2^2 = 4 √4 = 2

3 3^2 = 9 √9 = 3

Laws of Exponents

a) Zero exponent

b) Exponent of one

c) A negative exponent

d) Adding exponents

e) Subtracting exponents

f) Multiplying exponents

Name __________________ Date _________

Class ______________ M.S. 181

Homework

1. What is the LCM of four and six?

2. What is the GCF for 18 and 21?

3. What name is given to the following set?

A = {θ ,π ,ß ,∞} __________________

4. Laws of Integers

a) –3 + –5 = b) 4 – 9 =

c) (–6) * (–2) = d)

9

5. Express in standard form.

2.05 x 103

6. Express in scientific notation.

0.001007

7. 43 – 81 ÷ 4 + √49 • 2

8. √9 – √121

9. Ms. Jones brought twelve cupcakes, twenty brownies and two cakes. What is the ratio of cakes to cupcakes?

10. At the last AAU Regional the Youth Girls ran the time below in the 200 meter dash. Make a frequency table that reflects the results.

24, 28, 31, 34, 42, 29, 22, 20, 46, 35, 42, 25,

29, 33, 51, 48, 36, 23, 43, 31, 30, 40, 26, 34,

32, 27, 29, 36, 37, 27, 21, 25, 28, 20, 31, 34

A. Which range yielded the most times?

B. Which range yielded the least times?

C. What is the fastest time?

D. What is the slowest time?

11/28/11

Complete work from class.

11/29/11

Complete problems from class.

11/30/11

Study notes test tomorrow.

12/2/11

Study notes quiz next week.

Self check's #4, #5 and #6.

12/5/11

Study notes.

Complete chart.

12/6/11

Study notes.

1. 5n + 2n = 2. 9x – 4x =

3. 7^6 x 7^3 = 4. 6^1 + 9^0 =

5.

v^5

12/7/11

Study notes.

12/8/11

Homework

1.

4^3

Explain why this problem is solved correct

or incorrect.

________________________________________

________________________________________

________________________________________

2. 2^3 + 18 ÷ 3(5 – 2)

8 + 18 ÷ 3(5 – 2)

8 + 18 ÷ 3 x 3

8 + 18 ÷ 9

8 + 2

10

Explain why this problem is solved correct

or incorrect.

_________________________________________

_________________________________________

_________________________________________

12/9/11

Study notes quiz next week.

Do self check #7.

12/12/11

Study notes.

12/13/11

Complete essay. (75 - 100 words)

12/15/11

Go to math.com, click pre - algebra, click proportions and complete work from class. Only hand written work in a folder is excepted.

12/16/11

Do self check #8

12/19/11

Do self check #9

12/20/11

1. Solve for y: 10 = y + 4

2. Isolate n: 9 = n – 5

3. a) Solve for q: q + 9 = 15 – 3

b) Explain how you found your answer

12/21/11

1. A) Solve for x: 3x + 2 = 20

B) Explain how you found your answer.

_________________________

_________________________

_________________________

2. Isolate the variable: 2k – 5 = 7

3. Find the value of the variables.

a) y – 2 = 9 b) 6p = 42

4. A) If m=4 & n=6, what is 2m + n

B) What process did you use to solve

the above problem?

12/22/11

1.

2

2. n^2 + n – m if n = –3 and m = 7

3. Explain why the following problem is solved

correct or incorrect.

6m – 3m + 4 = 10 + 12

2m + 4 = 22

2m = 18

m = 9

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

4.

3

1/3/22

Study mastery's and class notes.

1/4/12

Do self check #10.

1/5/12

Review notes on:

- Powers

- Square roots

- Order of Operations

- Solving Equations

1/10/12

Read in Math Handbook

* Solving two-step equatiosns

* Solving multi-step equations

1/11/12

Using the expression 4n + 16 find your square boxed # given the following sums.

Andrew/Rohel 96

Bernard/Anise 84

Ebenezer/Katelyn 60

Diore/Dantae 48

Brandon/Najah 36

Justin/Deborah 88

Andrew/Ashley 56

Raven/Elijah 32

Shania/Steven 92

Isaiah/Destini 40

Dennis/Monique 64

Dwayne/Marcos 80

Destinee/Matthew 68

Shadair/Akil 52

1/12/12

Explain why the equation 4n + 16 works for the "Calendar Fun" activity.

1/13/12

1. Find the value of each equation.

a. 4(y + 2) = 28 b. 5(n – 3) = 15

2. Isolate the variable.

a. 7x – 9 = 12 b. 8m + 6 = 38

3. What were the steps you took to solve

problem 1a?

4. Find a word with the prefix "mono".

1/18/12

Study notes.

1/19/12

Complete work from class.

1/20/12

Do 5 self-checks.

1/23/12

Study terms.

coefficient, base, monomial, binomial, like terms, equation, expression, exponent, power, scientific notation, standard form, exponential form, prime & composit numbers, solution, absolute value, integers, consecutive numbers, inverse

1/24/12

Finish problems from class.

1/25/12

Complete work from class.

1/26/12

(Copy into notes.)

36. Which of the following numbers is irrational?

a) π b) 16 c) 2.1 d) √9

37. What is the GCF of 24,56 and 16?

38. What is the LCM of 8,20 and 24?

39. Which number is not a factor of 78?

a) 6 b) 4 c) 3 d) 2

40. What is the prime factorization of 104?

1/27/12

Complete work from class, study terms and do self check # 1MP3.

1/30/12

Study notes and complete problems from class.

1/31/12

Study notes

2/1/12

Study notes

2/2/12

Study notes.

2/3/12

Review and define the following terms in your jounal.

Coordinate plane, quadrants, x-axis, y-axis, origin, supplementary angles, complementary angles, parallel lines, transversal line, perpendicular lines, vertical lines, Pythagorean Theorem, hypotenuse, leg, height, base(of a triangle).

2/6/12

Park Project

- State the names of your rides.

- Explain what you need to make them safe.

2/7/12

1. Complete the project assignment from last night.

2. Do Self - check MP3 - 1

2/8/12

Solve the following problems.

1. x^3 – 7y: x = –2 & y = 4

2. 2n + 7 – 3n + (–5)

3. 3g – 4 + 2g = 23 – 2

Translate and solve.

4. Six less than a number tripled

Is nine.

Solve then graph.

5. 6p ≤ 10 + 8

2/9/12

1. Write a brief description about your two rides.

Then explain the safety aspects of your rides.

Take into consideration:

- age

- height

- weight

2. If you did not hand in your self check, tomorrow is

the last day to submit it.

2/10/12

1. Study notes quiz next week.

2. Mastery next week.

3. Do self - check MP3 #2.

4. Do new write up on your ride.

2/13/12

Study Mastery tomorrow.

2/14/12

Study Mastery tomorrow.

2/16/12

Study complete work from class.

2/17/12

1. Project

a) Type

- brief description

- safety aspects

- list of materials

b) Draw a sample of your ride

2. Self - checks #3 to #8.

3. Go to math.com

- Go to Geometry

- Choose three topics of interest

- read and write down the information

- then do each quiz

2/27/12

1. Study notes.

2. Finish material on ride.

2/28/12

1. Study past notes.

2. Do write up on game.

- Write a brief description of the game.

- Amount of participants.

- Explain the rules of the game.

- The steps you do to play the game.

- Explain how a person wins or if it is just for fun.

- Explain what the winner receives.

3 – 1 – 12

1. Study notes quiz tomorrow.

2. Explain the process used to solve the practice

problem.

3 - 2 - 12

1. Math Handbook (Read)

- pg. 264 to 266

- pg. 268 to 273

2.The majority of you owe many assignments.

This is your opportunity to make up the work.

Remember:

- Tues. & Thurs. do 1 section from math.com

- Wed. Self - check with 20 questions

THIS IS A FRIENDLY REMINDER ABOUT THE:

- MATH.COM ON TUESDAY/THURSDAY

- SELF-CHECK'S ON WEDNESDAY

3 - 13 - 12

Homework

1. Math.com

2. Make a in/out table for the equation

y = 3x – 2

3 - 19 - 12 to 3 - 23 - 12

Complete work in workbook.

3 - 26 - 12 to 3 - 30 - 12

Complete work in workbook.

4 - 2 - 12 to 4 - 5 - 12

Complete assigned pages in

Finish line workbook.

Orange - pages. 4 to 9

Green - pages 4 to 7

4 - 9 - 12 to 4 - 13 - 12

1. Monday, Orange Finish line pages 10 to 17

2. Tuesday, Math.com

3. Wednesday, Self check

4. Thursday, Math/com

5. Friday, Green Finish line pages 12 to 15

4 - 30 - 12 to 5 - 4 - 12

1. Study all notes.

2. Do two Math.com's.

3. Do two Self checks.

4. Complete work out green handbook.

5 - 7 - 12 to 5 - 11 - 12

1. Study all notes.

2. Do two Math.com's.

3. Do two Self checks.

4. Complete work out blue handbook.

5 - 14 - 12 to 5 - 18 - 12

1. Study all notes.

2. Do two Math.com's.

3. Do two Self checks.

4. Complete assignment in blue handbook

5 - 21 - 12 to 5 - 25 - 12

Mon. - Bring graph paper with you tomorrow.

Tues. - Graph: 1. x > -4 2. x < 5

Wed. - Self check

Thurs. - Math.com

Fri. - Self check

5 - 28 - 12 to 6 - 1 - 12

Study notes

6 - 4 - 12 to 6 - 8 - 12

Study notes.

6 - 11 - 12 to 6 - 15 - 12

Mon. - Bring graph paper tomorrow.

Tues. - Graph:

1. y = 2x - 5 2. y = 1/2x + 3 3. y = 3/4x - 4

slope = slope = slope =

y-int. = y-int. = y-int. =

Wed.

1. y = 3x + 4 2. y = 4/5x - 6 3. y = 2/5x + 1

slope = slope = slope =

y-int. = y-int. = y-int =

Thurs.

Bring graph paper to class tomorrow.

Fri.

Copy into notes and complete answers

1. Identify the Property

a) 2(4 x 6) = (2 x 4)6 ________________

b) 7 + (-9) = (-9) + 7 ________________

c) 5(4 x 3) = (5*4) x (5*3) ________________

d) 8 – 3 = 3 – 8 ________________

Do on loose leaf paper to hand in.

Homework

1. 72 + (5 + 2) – 9 ÷ 3

2. 24 ÷ 2(7 – 4) + 52

10/7/11

This is a two (2) part homework that should be done on two separate pieces of loose leaf paper.

Part 1: Computation

Find a solution to each expression, and state the steps you took to arrive at your answer.

1. 8 – (2 + 5) + 18 ÷ 3^2

2. 36 ÷ 2^2 – 3(1 + 1)

3. 5^2 x 14 ÷ 2 + 4(8 – 3)

Part 2: Essay

Write a short essay that states two different professions that uses order of operations in their professional jobs. The essay consist of two paragraphs with a minimum of thirty (30) words each.

10/11/11

Here are the additional things for your essay.

Things you need to consider:

- Define Order Of Operations

- Explain why using Order Of Operations is important to that profession

- Find a math problem involving Order Of Operation in your chosen profession and solve it using Order of Operation.

10/12/11

Homework

1. . Find n + 9 when n = 5 2. If p = 6 find 10 - p

3. Given s = 16 and t = 4 4. What is j * 3 - k if

find t ÷ s j = 11 and k = 7.

10/13/11

Homework

1. Evaluate: 6^2 -3(8/4) + 5 * 7

2. If a = 9 and b = 2 find, 7 – a * b.

3. Find x/4 + 5y when x = 20 and y = 6.

4. What is 7m – n/3 + p if p = 9, n = 18 and m = 2?

*You need to hand in or update your essay!

10/21/11

Define the symbol used in class.

Complete problems from class.

10/24/11

9. Evaluate the expression

x3 + y2 – n when x=-2,y=5,n=7

10. Show prime factorization.

for 96.

10/25/11

Complete work from class.

Work on project.

10/26/11

Work on project.

10/27/11

Review notes.

10/28/11

Complete work from class.

Study terms.

10/31/11

Study notes for exams.

11/1/11

Complete project.

Study terms.

11/2/11

Complete work from class.

11/3/11

Look up definitions for terms.

11 – 4 – 11

Write the ratios for the following situations.

A basket has six apples, four oranges, twenty grapes, eight plums, nine pears, two grapefruits, five bananas and ten peaches. Find the ratios of:

1. Bananas to grapes

2. Oranges to peaches

3. Pears to grapefruits

4. Apples to plums

11/9/11

Look up words discussed in class.

11/10/11

1. Find the value of n.

__n__=__48__8 64

2. A bag has 5 red, 10 pink,

12 green and 14 yellow

coins, find the ratio of:

a) pink to green

b) yellow to red

3. √225 =

4. 3^4=

5. 10^2 + 3(6 – 4) – 16 ÷ 8 =

11/14/11

Homework

Directions: This homework is due on loose leaf paper.

Duck, Sheep, Frog and Ant were working on factoring a number. Each person solved the problem different.

Duck Sheep

36 = 6 x 6 36 = 12 x 3

= 2 x 3 x 3 x 3 = 4 x 3

= 2 x 2 x 3

Frog Ant

36 36

/ \ / \

12 x 3 9 x 4

/ \ \ / \ / \

3 x 4 x 3 3 x 3 x 2 x 2

Which person has the correct answer?

_______________________________

Explain why their answer is correct.

___________________________________

___________________________________

___________________________________

___________________________________

11/15/11

1. Study notes.

2. Define

a) infinit

b) finite

The steps are:

1. Take out loose leaf paper (grade 8 may need 2 sheets).

2. Place heading shown in class on paper.

3. Fold the paper in half (vertical).

4. Number the front page

a) 7th grade 1 to 8 (skip 5 lines).

b) 8th grade 1 to 8 (skip 6 lines).

5. Number the back page

a) 7th grade 9 to 12

b) 8th grade 9 to 15

6. Retrieve problems from class notes or homework.

(Just the problem not the answers.)

7. Student gives parent notebook.

8. Parent checks paper to make sure no answers have been included.

9. Student answers all questions.

10. When child has completed all the problems, parent checks work and signs the work in the appropriate place.

Note: Self-checks are due on Mondays of each week unless monday is a holiday then due on Tuesday.

11/21/11

Read Scientific Notation pages 171 - 172.

11/22/11

Between which two whole numbers does Q2 lie.

1. Evaluate: √441 = 2. Evaluate: √184=

Express in scientific notation Q7 & standard form Q8.

3. 0.0000053 4. 8.25 x 10-4

5. 5(–6) = 6. –6 – 8 =

7. [(2.07)^5]^4 = 8. 9^2 + √25 – 18 ÷ 6

9. Factor: 136 10. Define a natural #

11/23/11

There are different parts to this homework. Do them on different days.

__Self Checks__: You are doing #2 and #3__Journals__These are the new entries that need to be made in your journal. There should be a definition and an example.

Rules of Integers

a) Adding

b) Subtracting

c) Multiplying/Dividing

Scientific Notation

a) Standard Form to Scientific Notation

b) Scientific Notation to Standard Form

Factoring

a) Factor Tree

b) Line by line

Chart (numbers 1 to 20)

# x^2 Perfect Sq. Square Root

2 2^2 = 4 √4 = 2

3 3^2 = 9 √9 = 3

Laws of Exponents

a) Zero exponent

b) Exponent of one

c) A negative exponent

d) Adding exponents

e) Subtracting exponents

f) Multiplying exponents

Name __________________ Date _________

Class ______________ M.S. 181

Homework

1. What is the LCM of four and six?

2. What is the GCF for 18 and 21?

3. What name is given to the following set?

A = {θ ,π ,ß ,∞} __________________

4. Laws of Integers

a) –3 + –5 = b) 4 – 9 =

c) (–6) * (–2) = d)

__18__=9

5. Express in standard form.

2.05 x 103

6. Express in scientific notation.

0.001007

7. 43 – 81 ÷ 4 + √49 • 2

8. √9 – √121

9. Ms. Jones brought twelve cupcakes, twenty brownies and two cakes. What is the ratio of cakes to cupcakes?

10. At the last AAU Regional the Youth Girls ran the time below in the 200 meter dash. Make a frequency table that reflects the results.

24, 28, 31, 34, 42, 29, 22, 20, 46, 35, 42, 25,

29, 33, 51, 48, 36, 23, 43, 31, 30, 40, 26, 34,

32, 27, 29, 36, 37, 27, 21, 25, 28, 20, 31, 34

A. Which range yielded the most times?

B. Which range yielded the least times?

C. What is the fastest time?

D. What is the slowest time?

11/28/11

Complete work from class.

11/29/11

Complete problems from class.

11/30/11

Study notes test tomorrow.

12/2/11

Study notes quiz next week.

Self check's #4, #5 and #6.

12/5/11

Study notes.

Complete chart.

12/6/11

Study notes.

1. 5n + 2n = 2. 9x – 4x =

3. 7^6 x 7^3 = 4. 6^1 + 9^0 =

5.

__v^7__= 6. 5^-2 =v^5

12/7/11

Study notes.

12/8/11

Homework

1.

__4^8__= 4^8 + 3 = 4^114^3

Explain why this problem is solved correct

or incorrect.

________________________________________

________________________________________

________________________________________

2. 2^3 + 18 ÷ 3(5 – 2)

8 + 18 ÷ 3(5 – 2)

8 + 18 ÷ 3 x 3

8 + 18 ÷ 9

8 + 2

10

Explain why this problem is solved correct

or incorrect.

_________________________________________

_________________________________________

_________________________________________

12/9/11

Study notes quiz next week.

Do self check #7.

12/12/11

Study notes.

12/13/11

Complete essay. (75 - 100 words)

12/15/11

Go to math.com, click pre - algebra, click proportions and complete work from class. Only hand written work in a folder is excepted.

12/16/11

Do self check #8

12/19/11

Do self check #9

12/20/11

1. Solve for y: 10 = y + 4

2. Isolate n: 9 = n – 5

3. a) Solve for q: q + 9 = 15 – 3

b) Explain how you found your answer

12/21/11

1. A) Solve for x: 3x + 2 = 20

B) Explain how you found your answer.

_________________________

_________________________

_________________________

2. Isolate the variable: 2k – 5 = 7

3. Find the value of the variables.

a) y – 2 = 9 b) 6p = 42

4. A) If m=4 & n=6, what is 2m + n

B) What process did you use to solve

the above problem?

12/22/11

1.

__m__– 3 = 62

2. n^2 + n – m if n = –3 and m = 7

3. Explain why the following problem is solved

correct or incorrect.

6m – 3m + 4 = 10 + 12

2m + 4 = 22

2m = 18

m = 9

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

4.

__2__m + 5 = 113

1/3/22

Study mastery's and class notes.

1/4/12

Do self check #10.

1/5/12

Review notes on:

- Powers

- Square roots

- Order of Operations

- Solving Equations

1/10/12

Read in Math Handbook

* Solving two-step equatiosns

* Solving multi-step equations

1/11/12

Using the expression 4n + 16 find your square boxed # given the following sums.

Andrew/Rohel 96

Bernard/Anise 84

Ebenezer/Katelyn 60

Diore/Dantae 48

Brandon/Najah 36

Justin/Deborah 88

Andrew/Ashley 56

Raven/Elijah 32

Shania/Steven 92

Isaiah/Destini 40

Dennis/Monique 64

Dwayne/Marcos 80

Destinee/Matthew 68

Shadair/Akil 52

1/12/12

Explain why the equation 4n + 16 works for the "Calendar Fun" activity.

1/13/12

1. Find the value of each equation.

a. 4(y + 2) = 28 b. 5(n – 3) = 15

2. Isolate the variable.

a. 7x – 9 = 12 b. 8m + 6 = 38

3. What were the steps you took to solve

problem 1a?

4. Find a word with the prefix "mono".

1/18/12

Study notes.

1/19/12

Complete work from class.

1/20/12

Do 5 self-checks.

1/23/12

Study terms.

coefficient, base, monomial, binomial, like terms, equation, expression, exponent, power, scientific notation, standard form, exponential form, prime & composit numbers, solution, absolute value, integers, consecutive numbers, inverse

1/24/12

Finish problems from class.

1/25/12

Complete work from class.

1/26/12

(Copy into notes.)

36. Which of the following numbers is irrational?

a) π b) 16 c) 2.1 d) √9

37. What is the GCF of 24,56 and 16?

38. What is the LCM of 8,20 and 24?

39. Which number is not a factor of 78?

a) 6 b) 4 c) 3 d) 2

40. What is the prime factorization of 104?

1/27/12

Complete work from class, study terms and do self check # 1MP3.

1/30/12

Study notes and complete problems from class.

1/31/12

Study notes

2/1/12

Study notes

2/2/12

Study notes.

2/3/12

Review and define the following terms in your jounal.

Coordinate plane, quadrants, x-axis, y-axis, origin, supplementary angles, complementary angles, parallel lines, transversal line, perpendicular lines, vertical lines, Pythagorean Theorem, hypotenuse, leg, height, base(of a triangle).

2/6/12

Park Project

- State the names of your rides.

- Explain what you need to make them safe.

2/7/12

1. Complete the project assignment from last night.

2. Do Self - check MP3 - 1

2/8/12

Solve the following problems.

1. x^3 – 7y: x = –2 & y = 4

2. 2n + 7 – 3n + (–5)

3. 3g – 4 + 2g = 23 – 2

Translate and solve.

4. Six less than a number tripled

Is nine.

Solve then graph.

5. 6p ≤ 10 + 8

2/9/12

1. Write a brief description about your two rides.

Then explain the safety aspects of your rides.

Take into consideration:

- age

- height

- weight

2. If you did not hand in your self check, tomorrow is

the last day to submit it.

2/10/12

1. Study notes quiz next week.

2. Mastery next week.

3. Do self - check MP3 #2.

4. Do new write up on your ride.

2/13/12

Study Mastery tomorrow.

2/14/12

Study Mastery tomorrow.

2/16/12

Study complete work from class.

2/17/12

1. Project

a) Type

- brief description

- safety aspects

- list of materials

b) Draw a sample of your ride

2. Self - checks #3 to #8.

3. Go to math.com

- Go to Geometry

- Choose three topics of interest

- read and write down the information

- then do each quiz

2/27/12

1. Study notes.

2. Finish material on ride.

2/28/12

1. Study past notes.

2. Do write up on game.

- Write a brief description of the game.

- Amount of participants.

- Explain the rules of the game.

- The steps you do to play the game.

- Explain how a person wins or if it is just for fun.

- Explain what the winner receives.

3 – 1 – 12

1. Study notes quiz tomorrow.

2. Explain the process used to solve the practice

problem.

3 - 2 - 12

1. Math Handbook (Read)

- pg. 264 to 266

- pg. 268 to 273

2.The majority of you owe many assignments.

This is your opportunity to make up the work.

Remember:

- Tues. & Thurs. do 1 section from math.com

- Wed. Self - check with 20 questions

THIS IS A FRIENDLY REMINDER ABOUT THE:

- MATH.COM ON TUESDAY/THURSDAY

- SELF-CHECK'S ON WEDNESDAY

3 - 13 - 12

Homework

1. Math.com

2. Make a in/out table for the equation

y = 3x – 2

3 - 19 - 12 to 3 - 23 - 12

Complete work in workbook.

3 - 26 - 12 to 3 - 30 - 12

Complete work in workbook.

4 - 2 - 12 to 4 - 5 - 12

Complete assigned pages in

Finish line workbook.

Orange - pages. 4 to 9

Green - pages 4 to 7

4 - 9 - 12 to 4 - 13 - 12

1. Monday, Orange Finish line pages 10 to 17

2. Tuesday, Math.com

3. Wednesday, Self check

4. Thursday, Math/com

5. Friday, Green Finish line pages 12 to 15

4 - 30 - 12 to 5 - 4 - 12

1. Study all notes.

2. Do two Math.com's.

3. Do two Self checks.

4. Complete work out green handbook.

5 - 7 - 12 to 5 - 11 - 12

1. Study all notes.

2. Do two Math.com's.

3. Do two Self checks.

4. Complete work out blue handbook.

5 - 14 - 12 to 5 - 18 - 12

1. Study all notes.

2. Do two Math.com's.

3. Do two Self checks.

4. Complete assignment in blue handbook

5 - 21 - 12 to 5 - 25 - 12

Mon. - Bring graph paper with you tomorrow.

Tues. - Graph: 1. x > -4 2. x < 5

Wed. - Self check

Thurs. - Math.com

Fri. - Self check

5 - 28 - 12 to 6 - 1 - 12

Study notes

6 - 4 - 12 to 6 - 8 - 12

Study notes.

6 - 11 - 12 to 6 - 15 - 12

Mon. - Bring graph paper tomorrow.

Tues. - Graph:

1. y = 2x - 5 2. y = 1/2x + 3 3. y = 3/4x - 4

slope = slope = slope =

y-int. = y-int. = y-int. =

Wed.

1. y = 3x + 4 2. y = 4/5x - 6 3. y = 2/5x + 1

slope = slope = slope =

y-int. = y-int. = y-int =

Thurs.

Bring graph paper to class tomorrow.

Fri.