Homework for periods 2,3

On page 483, #2-30 Even. (Only do the even problems 2, 4, 6, 8.......)

Homework for periods 4,6,7

The backside of the worksheet for today. Page d-31.

## Friday, March 27, 2009

## Thursday, March 26, 2009

### Thursday 3/26/09

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Finish the activity 26, finding the missing angle of the triangles.

Homework for period 1

Page 414 # 1 - 30 even

Simplify, move the variables, then solve the equations.

Finish the activity 26, finding the missing angle of the triangles.

Homework for period 1

Page 414 # 1 - 30 even

Simplify, move the variables, then solve the equations.

## Tuesday, March 24, 2009

### Monday 3/24/09

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Page 280-281

#8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 17-22, 25, 26, 33 , 34

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Page 329-330

#18-21

#22-25

#30-35

Page 280-281

#8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 17-22, 25, 26, 33 , 34

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Page 329-330

#18-21

#22-25

#30-35

## Friday, March 20, 2009

### Friday 3/20/2009

Homework for all periods (short day)

Bring back the stars you graphed in class. I am checking to see that you did work on this short day.

Bring back the stars you graphed in class. I am checking to see that you did work on this short day.

### Thursday 3/20/2009

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Finish the parallel line worksheet (d-33) you were given in class

Homework for period 1

No homework, if you want extra credit, do #7-14 on page 368

Finish the parallel line worksheet (d-33) you were given in class

Homework for period 1

No homework, if you want extra credit, do #7-14 on page 368

## Wednesday, March 18, 2009

### Wednesday 3/18/2009

Homework for periods 6,7

Page 445 #1-5

Homework for periods 1,2,3

On page 105

#25- 28

Page 445 #1-5

Homework for periods 1,2,3

On page 105

#25- 28

## Tuesday, March 17, 2009

### Tuesday 3/17/09

Homework for periods 1,2,3

On page 104, do #6 - 16.

Please show me the opposite operations you would do to solve the equation.

Homework for period 4

Do # 1 - 5 on page 445

Be sure to use the appropriate symbols above your points and segments and rays and lines.

On page 104, do #6 - 16.

Please show me the opposite operations you would do to solve the equation.

Homework for period 4

Do # 1 - 5 on page 445

Be sure to use the appropriate symbols above your points and segments and rays and lines.

## Monday, March 16, 2009

### Monday 3/16/09

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Write 5 rational and 5 irrational numbers.

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Write 5 rational and 5 irrational numbers. You may only use 1 integer (+ or - whole number), the rest must be other types of numbers.

Write 5 rational and 5 irrational numbers.

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Write 5 rational and 5 irrational numbers. You may only use 1 integer (+ or - whole number), the rest must be other types of numbers.

## Friday, March 13, 2009

### Friday 3/13/09

Homework for all periods

There is NO HOMEWORK :) You turned in tracking sheets to be included on this progress report.

Check the links to the right after 4:00pm to see what grade you will have on the 6 week progress report.

There is NO HOMEWORK :) You turned in tracking sheets to be included on this progress report.

Check the links to the right after 4:00pm to see what grade you will have on the 6 week progress report.

### Thursday 3/12/09

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Finish graphing the 8 equations I gave you at the end of class. If you need the equations, look at yesterdays post.

Homework for period 1

There is no homework. We turned in tracking sheets to be included on the progress report.

Finish graphing the 8 equations I gave you at the end of class. If you need the equations, look at yesterdays post.

Homework for period 1

There is no homework. We turned in tracking sheets to be included on the progress report.

## Wednesday, March 11, 2009

### Wednesday 3/11/09

Homework for periods 6,7

Find the y-intercept from the graphs we did in class.

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Graph the 8 equations you were given at the end of class.

If you missed it, here they are.

1) y = 2x +3

2) y = x - 1

3) y = x + 3

4) y = 3x

5) y = 6x - 3

6) y = 2x

7) y = 4x - 6

8) y = 2x + 1

Find the y-intercept from the graphs we did in class.

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Graph the 8 equations you were given at the end of class.

If you missed it, here they are.

1) y = 2x +3

2) y = x - 1

3) y = x + 3

4) y = 3x

5) y = 6x - 3

6) y = 2x

7) y = 4x - 6

8) y = 2x + 1

## Tuesday, March 10, 2009

### Tuesday 3/10/09

Homework for ALL PERIODS!!!!!

(funny how this works)

Find the y-intercept on BOTH sides of the worksheet from today.

Y-Intercept should be written in point form, (0,x), where x is the intercept. No fractions, no single digits.

(funny how this works)

Find the y-intercept on BOTH sides of the worksheet from today.

Y-Intercept should be written in point form, (0,x), where x is the intercept. No fractions, no single digits.

## Monday, March 9, 2009

### Monday Homework

Homework for periods 1,2,3

In the book, page 300, do numbers 1-14. Substitute into the given functions

When you see f(x) = 2x + 3, then f(0). This just means substitute the "0" in for x, and say what you get.

If you see f(5), substitute "5" in for x. Your equation becomes 2(5) + 3 = 13. So f(5) = 13.

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Page 400, do #10-15, and #22-29. Be sure to write the question for #22-29

In the book, page 300, do numbers 1-14. Substitute into the given functions

When you see f(x) = 2x + 3, then f(0). This just means substitute the "0" in for x, and say what you get.

If you see f(5), substitute "5" in for x. Your equation becomes 2(5) + 3 = 13. So f(5) = 13.

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Page 400, do #10-15, and #22-29. Be sure to write the question for #22-29

## Friday, March 6, 2009

### Friday 3/6/09

Homework for periods 2,3

Graph the points and find the missing sides of the triangles. If you need the points, click here. use the graph paper link on the right.

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Using the page from today, find the slopes of the lines you graph on your graph paper.

Graph the points and find the missing sides of the triangles. If you need the points, click here. use the graph paper link on the right.

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Using the page from today, find the slopes of the lines you graph on your graph paper.

### Thrusday 3/5/09

homework for periods 4,6,7

Finish graphing the 10 equations you copied down in class

Homework for period 1

Plot the points and find the missing sides of the triangles. If you need the points, click here

Finish graphing the 10 equations you copied down in class

Homework for period 1

Plot the points and find the missing sides of the triangles. If you need the points, click here

## Wednesday, March 4, 2009

### Wednesday 3/4/09

Homework for periods 1,2,3

If you didn't please finish the graphing 16 equations we started in class. It was Relaxing Wednesday, so the classwork counted as the homework.

Homework for periods 6,7

Do the 9 graph problems where you had to find the slope, y - intercept, and the equation for the lines. It looked just like the classwork. Only do the side that looks like the

If you didn't please finish the graphing 16 equations we started in class. It was Relaxing Wednesday, so the classwork counted as the homework.

Homework for periods 6,7

Do the 9 graph problems where you had to find the slope, y - intercept, and the equation for the lines. It looked just like the classwork. Only do the side that looks like the

## Tuesday, March 3, 2009

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### Tuesday 3/3/09

Homework for periods 1,2

Finsih finding the equation for the lines (almost the same as last nights homework)

Homework for periods 3,4

Check last nights homework and make any corrections to problems that you may have missed. If you miss any problems they will be 1 point off on your homework.

Finsih finding the equation for the lines (almost the same as last nights homework)

Homework for periods 3,4

Check last nights homework and make any corrections to problems that you may have missed. If you miss any problems they will be 1 point off on your homework.

### Monday 3/2/09

I have been out sick for multiple days from last week. Most classes had only two days of homework, but period 1 and period 4 had 3 days of homework.

Homework for period 1,2,3

Find the equation of the line in the picture by finding the y-intercept and the slope

Homework for period 4

Find the equation of the line based on the slope and y-intercept.

Homework for period 6,7

Finish the SLOPE worksheet, finding the slope between all the points on the graph.

Homework for period 1,2,3

Find the equation of the line in the picture by finding the y-intercept and the slope

Homework for period 4

Find the equation of the line based on the slope and y-intercept.

Homework for period 6,7

Finish the SLOPE worksheet, finding the slope between all the points on the graph.

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