Algebra Tentative Schedule - Final Exam Review

Week 38 (5/31 - 6/3)
Monday (5/31)No SchoolMemorial Day Weekend
Tuesday (5/31)FinalWe will show our level of mastery by taking our final exam.
Wednesday (6/1)FinalWe will show our level of mastery by taking our final exam.
Thursday (6/2)FinalWe will show our level of mastery by taking our final exam.
Friday (6/3)FinalWe will show our level of mastery by taking our final exam.


Week 37 (5/23 - 5/27)
Monday (5/23)Chapters 9-10We will play Team Math to review for chapters 9 and 10.STUDY
Tuesday (5/24)FinalWe will show our level of mastery by taking our final exam.
Wednesday (5/25)FinalWe will show our level of mastery by taking our final exam.
Thursday (5/26)FinalWe will show our level of mastery by taking our final exam.
Friday (5/27)No SchoolMemorial Day Weekend


Week 36 (5/16 - 5/20)
Monday (5/16)ReviewWe will play jeopardy as a cumulative review activity to prepare for our final exam.Review/Study
Tuesday (5/17)Chapters 1-2We will complete a plickers review activity on chapters one and two.Review/Study
Wednesday (5/18)Chapters 3-4We will complete a plickers review activity on chapters three and four.Review/Study
Thursday (5/19)Chapters 5-6We will play Team Math to review for chapters five and six.Review/Study
Friday (5/20)Chapters 7-8We will play Team Math to review for chapters seven and eight.Review/Study


Week 35 (5/9 - 5/13)
Monday (5/9)Lesson 12-4We will find the probability of two independent events or dependent events, and find the probability of two mutually exclusive events or inclusive events.Pg. 667
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Tuesday (5/10)Mid-Chapter QuizWe will show what we know about statistics and probability lessons 1-4 by taking a quiz.12-5 Video
Wednesday (5/11)Lesson 12-5We will use random variables to compute probability and use probability distributions to solve real-world problems.Pg. 675
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12-6 Video
Thursday (5/11)Lesson 12-6We will use probability simulations to model real-world situations.Pg. 681
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Friday (5/12)End of Chapter 12We will complete a review activity for statistics and probability.


Week 34 (5/2 - 5/6)
Monday (5/2)End of Chapter 11We will finish our Chapter 11 test on rational expressions and equations.12-1 Video
Tuesday (5/3)Lesson 12-1We will identify various sampling techniques and recognize a biased sample.Pg. 645
#5-17 odd, 19-29 odd, 35-51 odd

12-2 Video
Wednesday (5/4)Lesson 12-2We will count outcomes using tree diagrams and the Fundamental Counting Principal.Pg. 653
#7-19 odd, 27-39 odd

12-3 Video
Thursday (5/5)Lesson 12-3We will use combinations and permutations to determine probabilities.Pg. 659
#13-45 odd, 61-75 odd

12-4 Video
Friday (5/6)Lesson 12-4We will find the probability of two independent events or dependent events, and find the probability of two mutually exclusive or inclusive events.Pg. 667
#13-33 odd, 46-49, 57-71 odd



Week 33 (4/25 - 4/29)
Monday (4/25)Lesson 11-7We will analyze various representations of rational functions with respect to problem situations.Pg. 617
#13-39 odd, 41-47 odd, 59-71 odd

Watch 11-8 Video
Tuesday (4/26)Lesson 11-8We will analyze various representations of rational functions with respect to problem situations.Pg. 623
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Watch 11-9 Video
Wednesday (4/27)Lesson 11-9We will determine the solutions of rational equations using graphs, tables, and algebraic methods.Pg. 630
#9-31 odd, 33-37 odd, 47-51 odd
Thursday (4/28)End of Chapter 11We will review and practice concepts learned dealing with rational expressions and equations.STUDY
Friday (4/29)End of Chapter 11We will show what we know about rational expressions and equations by completing a test.


Week 32 (4/18 - 4/22)
Monday (4/18)Lesson 11-3We will analyze various representations of rational functions with respect to problem situations.Pg. 592
#9-25 odd, 41-59 odd

11-4 Video
Tuesday (4/19)Lesson 11-4We will analyze various representations of rational functions with respect to problem situations.Pg. 597
#11-29 odd, 43-54 odd

11-5 Video
Wednesday (4/20)Lesson 11-5We will use quotients of polynomials to describe the graphs of rational functions, describe limitations on the domains and ranges, and examine asymptotic behavior.Pg. 604
#13-35 odd, 41-45 odd, 63-71 odd
Thursday (4/21)Mid-chapter QuizWe will take a mid-chapter quiz to show what we know about rational expressions and equations.11-6 Video
Friday (4/22)Lesson 11-6We will analyze various representations of rational functions with respect to problem situations.Pg. 611
#11-25 odd, 29-33 odd, 45-51 odd

11-7 Video


Week 31 (4/11 - 4/15)
Monday (4/11)Quick CheckWe will make test corrections and will complete QUICKCheck questions on page 575.
Tuesday (4/12)Lesson 11-1We will analyze data and represent situations involving inverse variation using tables, graphs, or algebraic methods.Pg. 580
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Wednesday (4/13)Continue Lesson 11-1We will analyze data and represent situations involving inverse variation using tables, graphs, or algebraic methods.Pg. 580
#9-27 odd, 35-38, 41-60 odd
Thursday (4/14)Lesson 11-2We will analyze various representations of rational functions with respect to problem situations.Pg. 586
#13-39 odd, 40-43, 51-67 odd
Friday (4/15)No ClassPositive Impact Day (6th Grade finish 11-2 in Ms. Dornburg's classroom)


Week 30 (4/4 - 4/8)
Monday (4/4)Lesson 10-4We will solve problems using the Pythagorean Theorem.Pg. 552
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10-5 Video
Tuesday (4/5)Lesson 10-5We will use the distance formula to find the distance between two points on the coordinate plane.Pg. 557
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10-6 Video
Wednesday (4/6)Lesson 10-6We will determine whether two triangles are similar and find the unknown measures of sides of two similar triangles.Pg. 563
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Thursday (4/7)End of Chapter 10We will review and practice all concepts learned associated with radical expressions and triangles.STUDY
Friday (4/8)End of Chapter 10We will show what we know about radical expressions and triangles by taking a test.


Week 29 (3/21 - 3/25)
Monday (3/21)Lesson 10-1We will simplify radical expressions.Pg. 532
#17-39 odd, 57-76 odd

10-2 Video
Tuesday (3/22)Lesson 10-2We will add, subtract, and multiply radical expressions.Pg. 538
#11-37 odd, 51-70 odd

10-3 Video
Wednesday (3/23)Lesson 10-3We will solve radical equations.Pg. 544
#11-27 odd, 33-41 odd, 71-89 odd
Thursday (3/24)No ClassNo Class - Fun Thursday
Friday (3/25)No ClassNo School - Start of Spring Break

Over Spring Break you are expected to complete a take-home quiz, and watch the 10-4 Video.




Week 28 (3/14 - 3/18)
Monday (3/14)Pi DayWe will complete Pi Day activities and celebrate by eating pie.Review
Tuesday (3/15)End of Chapter 9We will review and practice different quadratic function questions to prepare for our test tomorrow.STUDY
Wednesday (3/16)End of Chapter 9We will show what we know about quadratic functions by completing a test.10-1 Video
Thursday (3/17)Start of Chapter 10We will make any test corrections necessary and complete the QUICKCheck work for Chapter 10.Pg. 527
#1-15
Friday (3/18)Lesson 10-1We will simplify radical expressions.Pg. 532
#17-39 odd, 57-76 odd



Week 27 (3/7 - 3/11)
Monday (3/7)Mid-Chapter QuizWe will finish our Mid-chapter quiz from Thursday on solving and graphing quadratics.9-4 Video
Tuesday (3/8)Lesson 9-4We will solve quadratics using algebraic methods.Pg. 497
#9-35 odd, 47-65 odd

9-5 Video
Wednesday (3/9)Lesson 9-5We will analyze data and represent situations involving exponential growth and decay using tables, graphs, or algebraic methods.Pg. 506
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9-6 Video
Thursday (3/10)Lesson 9-6We will analyze data and represent situations involving exponential growth and decay using algebraic methods.Pg. 513
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Friday (3/11)End of ChapterWe will practice all questions relating to the concepts learned dealing with quadratic and exponential functions.



Week 26 (2/29 - 3/4)
Monday (2/29)Lesson 9-2We will solve quadratic equations using tables and graphs, and make connections among the solutions (roots) of quadratic equations, the zeros of their related functions, and the horizontal intercepts of the graph of the function.Pg. 483
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Lesson 9-3 Video
Tuesday (3/1)Lesson 9-3We will solve quadratic equations using concrete models and algebraic methods.Pg. 489
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Wednesday (3/2Mid-Chapter QuizWe will take a quiz to show what we know about solving and graphing quadratics.Lesson 9-4 Video
Thursday (3/3)Lesson 9-4We will solve quadratics using algebraic methods.Pg. 497
#9-35 odd, 47-65 odd

Watch 9-5 Video
Friday (3/4)No classWorld Language trip to BFHS



Week 25 (2/22 - 2/26)
Monday (2/22)MAP TestingWe will show what we know about common core standards by completing a MAP test.
Tuesday (2/23)MAP TestingWe will finish MAP testing and make any necessary corrections from the Chapter 8 test.Lesson 9-1 Video
Wednesday (2/24)Lesson 9-1We will identify and sketch the general forms of quadratic parent functions, and analyze graphs of quadratic functions and draw conclusions.Pg. 475
#11-33 odd, 39-41, 51-65

Lesson 9-2 Video
Thursday (2/25)Lesson 9-2We will solve quadratic equations using tables and graphs, and make connections among the solutions (roots) of quadratic equations, the zeros of their related functions, and the horizontal intercepts of the graph of the function.Pg. 483
#11-33 odd, 34-37, 45-60 odd

Lesson 9-3 Video
Friday (2/26)No ClassNo School - Teacher In-service



Week 24 (2/15 - 2/19)
Monday (2/15)Lesson 8-6We will solve equations and factor as necessary in problem situations, and will solve quadratic equations using concrete models, tables, graphs, and algebraic methods.Pg. 458
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Tuesday (2/16)End of Chapter 8We will practice factoring and solving equations.
Wednesday (2/17)End of Chapter 8We will review and practice concepts learned in Chapter 8 to prepare for our end of chapter test.
Thursday (2/18)End of Chapter 8We will show what we know about factoring by completing a test.
Friday (2/19)End of Chapter 8We will make test corrections if necessary.


Week 23 (2/8 - 2/12)
Monday (2/8)Review of Lessons 1-3We will review and practice factoring using the distributive property and factoring polynomials to prepare for our mid-chapter quiz.STUDY
Tuesday (2/9)Mid-Chapter QuizWe will show what we know about factoring polynomials by completing a mid-chapter quiz.Lesson 8-4 Video
Wednesday (2/10)Lesson 8-4We will solve equations and factor as necessary in problem situations, and will use the distributive property to simplify algebraic expressions.Pg. 445
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Thursday (2/11)Lesson 8-5We will solve equations and factor as necessary in problem situations, and will solve quadratic equations using algebraic methods.Pg. 451
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Friday (2/12)Lesson 8-6We will solve equations and factor as necessary in problem situations, and will solve quadratic equations using concrete models, tables, graphs, and algebraic methods.Pg. 458
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Week 22 (2/1 - 2/5)
Monday (2/1)Lesson 8-1We will factor as necessary in problem situations.Pg. 423
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Tuesday (2/2)Lesson 8-2We will solve equations and factor as necessary in problem situations, and use the distributive property to simplify algebraic expressions.Pg. 429
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Wednesday (2/3)No SchoolNo School - Teacher In-service
Thursday (2/4)Lesson 8-3We will simplify polynomial expressions and factor as necessary in problem situations, and use the distributive property to simplify algebraic expressions.Pg. 438
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Friday (2/5)Lesson 8-4We will solve equations and factor as necessary in problem situations, and use the distributive property to simplify algebraic expressions.Pg. 445
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Week 21 (1/25 - 1/29)
Monday (1/25)Lesson 7-5We will simplify polynomial expressions, and use the distributive property to simplify algebraic expressions.Pg. 392
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Tuesday (1/26)Lesson 7-6We will simplify polynomial expressions, and use the distributive property to simplify algebraic expressions.Pg. 401
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Wednesday (1/27)Lesson 7-7We will simplify polynomial expressions, and use the distributive property to simplify algebraic expressions.Pg. 407
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Thursday (1/28)End of Chapter 7We will review concepts learned about polynomials to prepare for our test tomorrow.
Friday (1/29)End of Chapter 7We will show what we know about polynomials by completing a test.


Week 20 (1/18 - 1/22)
Monday (1/18)
Lesson 7-1We will simplify polynomial expressions and apply the laws of exponents to problem-solving situations.Pg. 361
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Tuesday (1/19)Lesson 7-2We will simplify polynomial expressions and apply the laws of exponents in problem-solving situations.Pg. 371
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Wednesday (1/20)Lesson 7-3We will simplify polynomial expressions and apply the laws of exponents in problem-solving situations.Pg. 379
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Thursday (1/21)Lesson 7-4We will simplify polynomial expressions and use the commutative and associative properties to simplify algebraic expressions.Pg. 386
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Friday (1/22)Mid-Chapter QuizWe will show what we know about polynomials by completing a mid-chapter quiz.


Week 19 (1/11 - 1/15)
Monday (1/11)End of ChapterWe will review and practice concepts related to solving linear inequalities and systems of inequalities.STUDY
Tuesday (1/12)End of ChapterWe will show what we know about solving and graphing linear inequalities and systems of inequalities.
Wednesday (1/13)End of First TermWe will review and practice all concepts learned from Chapter 1 through Chapter 6.STUDY 
(Goal of 80% or better)
Thursday (1/14)End of First TermWe will review and practice all concepts learned from Chapter 1 through Chapter 6.STUDY 
(Goal of 80% or better)
Friday (1/15)End of First TermWe will take an assessment to show what we know and remember from the first six chapters we've studied.


Week 18 (1/4 - 1/8)
Monday (1/4)Lesson 6-5We will formulate linear equations to solve problems, and investigate methods for solving linear equations involving absolute value using the properties of equality.Pg. 325
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Tuesday (1/5)Lesson 6-6We will formulate linear inequalities to solve problems, and investigate methods for solving linear inequalities using the properties of equality.Pg. 332
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Wednesday (1/6)Lesson 6-7We will formulate linear inequalities to solve problems, and investigate methods for solving linear inequalities using the properties of equality.Pg. 337
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Thursday (1/7)Lesson 6-8We will solve systems of inequalities by graphing.Pg. 343
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Friday (1/8)End of ChapterWe will review concepts learned throughout Chapter 6 relating to solving linear inequalities.


Week 16 (12/14 - 12/18)
Monday (12/14)Lesson 6-1We will formulate linear inequalities to solve problems.Page 297
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Tuesday (12/15)Lesson 6-2We will formulate linear inequalities to solve problems.Page 305
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Wednesday (12/16)Lesson 6-3We will formulate linear inequalities to solve problems.Page 311
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Thursday (12/17)Lesson 6-4We will formulate linear inequalities to solve problems.Page 318
#9-35 odd, 55-60
Friday (12/18)Mid-chapter QuizWe will complete a mid-chapter quiz to show what we know about solving linear inequalities.


Week 15 (12/7 - 12/11)
Monday (12/7)Lesson 5-5We will analyze situations and formulate systems of linear equations in two unknowns to solve problems.Pg. 283
#7-15 odd, 17-26
Tuesday (12/8)End of ChapterWe will practice concepts dealing with solving systems of linear equations.Review w/s
Wednesday (12/9)End of ChapterWe will review concepts learned throughout solving systems of linear equations to prepare for our test.Study
Thursday (12/10)End of ChapterWe will show what we know about solving systems of linear equations by completing an end of chapter test.
Friday (12/11)End of ChapterWe will make test corrections and create assessment questions corresponding to each chapter learned thus far.Google Doc.


Week 14 (11/30 - 12/4)
Monday (11/30)Lesson 5-3We will analyze situations and formulate systems of linear equations in two unknowns to solve problems.Pg. 269
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Tuesday (12/1)Mid-chapter QuizWe will review lessons 5-1 through 5-3 and will complete a mid-chapter quiz to show what we know about solving systems of linear equations.
Wednesday (12/2)Lesson 5-4We will analyze situations and formulate systems of linear equations in two unknowns to solve problems.Pg. 276
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Thursday (12/3)Lesson 5-5We will analyze situations and formulate systems of linear equations in two unknowns to solve problems.Pg. 283
#7-15 odd, 17-26
Friday (12/4)End of Chapter 5We will practice concepts learned during chapter 5 regarding solving systems of linear equations.


Homework over Thanksgiving Break:
Page 263-265
#9-25 odd, 26-31, 33-48

Week 12 (11/16 - 11/20)
Monday (11/16)Lesson 4-7We will interpret and predict the effects of changing slope in applied situations.Page 240
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Tuesday (11/17)End of ChapterWe will review and practice concepts learned about analyzing linear equations.Linear Equation Worksheet
Wednesday (11/18)End of ChapterWe will review and practice concepts learned about analyzing linear equations.Study
Thursday (11/19)End of Chapter We will show what we know about linear equations and direct variations by completing an end of chapter test.
Friday (11/20)Lesson 5-1We will analyze situations and formulate and solve systems of linear equations in two unknowns to solve problems.Page 256
#9-33 odd, 34-39 all, 46-47


Week 11 (11/9 - 11/13)
Monday (11/9)Lesson 4-4We will represent relationships among quantities using graphs and verbal descriptions.Page 217
#11-51 odd
Tuesday (11/10)Mid-chapter QuizWe will show what we know about analyzing linear equations by completing a quiz on lessons 1-4.
Wednesday (11/11)Lesson 4-5We will determine slopes from graphs and will formulate linear inequalities to solve problems.Page 223
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Thursday (11/12)Lesson 4-6We will interpret and make decisions, predictions, and critical judgments from functional relationships.Page 231
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Friday (11/13)Lesson 4-7We will interpret and predict the effects of changing slope in applied situations.Page 240
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Week 10 (11/2 - 11/6)
Monday (11/2)Recap of Chapter 3We will review graphing linear functions and make any necessary test corrections.
Tuesday (11/3)Lesson 4-1We will develop the concept of slope as rate of change and determine slopes from graphs, tables, and algebraic representations.Pgs. 192-194
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Wednesday (11/4)Lesson 4-2We will interpret and predict the effects of changing slope and y-intercept in applied situations.Pgs. 200-202
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Thursday (11/5)Lesson 4-3We will represent relationships among quantities using tables, graphs, verbal descriptions, and equations.Pgs. 207-208
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Friday (11/6)Extend 4-3We will use a graphing calculator to investigate families of linear functions.Page 211
#1-15


Week 9 (10/26-10/30)
Monday (10/26)Lesson 3-4We will look for patterns and represent generalizations algebraically.Page 168
#13-39 odd
Tuesday (10/27)Lesson 3-5We will look for patterns and represent generalizations algebraically.Page 175
#9-23 odd, 24
Wednesday (10/28)End of Chapter 3We will review and practice concepts learned about linear relationships, functions, and patterns.STUDY
Thursday (10/29)End of Chapter 3We will show what we know about linear relationships, functions, and patterns by completing an end of chapter test.
Friday (10/30)No SchoolNo School


Week 8 (10/19 - 10/23)
Monday (10/19)Chapter 2 - Extra PracticeWe will practice proportions with the distributive property, and solve algebraic expressions for variables.
Tuesday (10/20)Lesson 3-1We will represent relationships among quantities using tables, graphs, and diagrams.Pages 146
#9-29 odd, 30-33
Wednesday (10/21)Lesson 3-2We will find specific function values in problem situations, and connect equation notation with function notation.Page 152
#15-47 odd
Thursday (10/22)Lesson 3-3We will determine the domain and range for linear functions in given situations.Page 159
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Friday (10/23)Mid-Chapter QuizWe will practice linear functions on graph calculators, and will review functions and patterns and show what we know by completing a quiz.


Week 7 (10/12 - 10/16)
Monday (10/12)Lesson 2-8We will represent relationships among quantities using equations, and use different properties to simplify expressions.Page 120
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Tuesday (10/13)Lesson 2-9We will represent relationships among quantities using equations, and use different properties to simplify expressions.Page 126
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Wednesday (10/14)Lesson 2-10We will complete a review activity for lessons 2-6 through 2-9 with a partner.Review
Thursday (10/15)Chapter 2 ReviewWe will review and practice concepts learned throughout chapter 2.STUDY
Friday (10/16)End of Chapter 2We will show what we understand about algebraic relationships and proportionate change by completing an end of chapter test.


Week 6 (10/5 - 10/9)
Monday (10/5)Lesson 2-4We will represent relationships among quantities using equations, and will find specific values.Page 95
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Tuesday (10/6)Lesson 2-5We will represent relationships among quantities using equations, and will find specific values.Page 101
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Wednesday (10/7)Mid-Chapter QuizWe will review algebraic relationships and show what we know by completing a quiz.
Thursday (10/8)Lesson 2-6We will solve problems using proportional change.Page 109
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Friday (10/9)Lesson 2-7We will solve problems involving proportional change.Pages 113-114
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Week 5 (9/28 - 10/2)
Monday (9/28)Lesson 2-1We will describe functional relationships for given problem situations and write equations to answer questions arising from the situations.Page 74
#13-37, 38
Tuesday (9/29)Lesson 2-2We will represent relationships among quantities using equations.Page 82
#13-49 ODD
Wednesday (9/30)Lesson 2-3We will represent relationships among quantities using equations.Page 88
#15-43
Thursday (10/1)Math Map Testing

Friday (10/2)No Class



Week 4 (9/21 - 9/25)
Monday (9/21)Lesson 1-7We will interpret and make critical predictions from functional relationships.Pages 42-43
#15-37 ODD, 40-42
Tuesday (9/22)Lesson 1-8We will find specific function values in problem-solving.Page 51
#23-59 ODD
Wednesday (9/23)Lesson 1-9We will describe independent and dependent quantities in functional relationships, and will interpret situations in terms of given graphs or create situations that fit given graphs.Page 57
#11-27 ODD
Thursday (9/24)ReviewWe will review and discuss concepts learned in lessons 1-9.Test Tomorrow
Friday (9/25)End of Chapter 1We will show what we understand about the language and tools of algebra by completing a end of chapter test.


Week 3 (9/14 - 9/18)
Monday (9/14)Lesson 1-3We will represent relationships among quantities using tables and inequalities.  We will find specific function values and solve equations in problem situations.Pages 18-19
#15-45 ODD
Tuesday (9/15)Lesson 1-4We will solve equations in problem situations.Pages 23-24
#9-33 ODD
Wednesday (9/16)Lesson 1-5We will use the distributive property to simplify algebraic expressions.Pages 29-30
#13-39 ODD
Thursday (9/17)Lesson 1-6We will use the commutative and associative properties to simplify algebraic expressions.Page 36
#11, 15, 19, 23, 27, 31, 35, 39, 42 & 43
Friday (9/18)Lesson 1-7We will interpret and make critical predictions from functional relationships.Pages 42-43
#15-39 ODD

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