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Monday, February 5, 2018

2/5

Answer the following two questions on a piece of loose leaf paper or inside of your math spiral.  Make sure to show all of your thinking.  DUE Tomorrow!

1)  What is the are of this figure?


2)  Mark works at a flower shop in town.  He can fit 48 flowers in 4 vases.  How many flowers can in fit in 3 vases?

Monday, January 29, 2018

1/29


Answer the following two questions on a piece of loose leaf paper or inside of your math spiral.  Make sure to show all of your thinking.  DUE Tomorrow!


1)  Solve the following expressions by substituting in the following integers (whole numbers) for each variable.  x=7; y=9; z= 11


2x-7                               3x + 9y -2z                                     4z-2y
                                                                                             2x


2) Use the following criteria to create your own personal "Order of Operations" problem.  Once you have created the problem, you must have a family member or friend in your house attempt to solve it.  That means you will have to solve it first.  The person will need to sign or initial somewhere on your Cyber Monday paper in order to receive completion credit.


Your Order of Operations (PEMDAS) problem must:
  • have at least 1 exponent
  • have at least 1 set of parentheses
  • have at  least 2 mathematical operations (+, -, x, /)
  • be in fraction form (this means division will be used)


Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Monday, January 22, 2018

1/22

You were provided an index card in class today.  Your job tonight is to watch 12 minute video below on algebraic expressions, take some notes, and solve a few problems.  Take your time, pausing the video when needed, to complete these tasks.  At the 4:45 minute/second mark you will be given some example problems to translate.  Pause the movie and write down and solve these problems.  You will need to complete these problems in order to receive credit  for completion tomorrow.  This card will be pasted into your TOOL-KIT (tomorrow) and can be used on future formative and summative assessments.

**Be better than Average**

Below is a link to get some additional repetitions on solving basic algebra problems.  The work on these problems can be shown in your math spiral or on a separate sheet of paper.  This part of Cyber Monday is optional.   

  Algebra: Solving Mixed Equations






Tuesday, January 16, 2018

HW Helper

Substituting Variables

 Writing Expressions
Finding Surface Area
Finding Volume

Monday, December 18, 2017

12/18


Answer the following three questions on a piece of loose leaf paper or inside of your math spiral.  Make sure to show all of your thinking.  DUE WEDNESDAY!
1)  Unit Rate: I paid $40 for 8 hamburgers, how much did I pay per hamburger?  I paid $32 dollars for 8 baskets of French fries, how much did I pay per basket?




2) Area of a 2D Polygon:  The trapezoid below has a top base of 10 cm, a bottom base of 20 cm, and a height of 5 cm.  Use this information to find the area of the shape.

3)  Exponents:  Click the link below and you will be connected to a website that will help sharpen your abilities of calculating the standard form of various exponents.  See if you can get to, or even complete all three levels. 


Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Honors Only

Here is the example "Innovating" problem that will be coming up on your summative assessment on 3-D figures next week.  See if you have what it takes to figure out how may 1/8 cm cubes would fit inside of the rectangular prism.