There is no homework for any class over the break. Please take this time to enjoy the time off. If you are behind in work now is the time to look up work to do on the website and turn it in when you come back.

If you need other things to do. Pick a section out of the book from chapters 1,2, or 3. Do 25 problems from one of the sections, I will give you 5 points to use on tracking sheets or classworks, to make up missed assignments.

## Friday, November 20, 2009

## Thursday, November 19, 2009

### Thursday 11/19/09

Homework for periods 4,6

Finish page c-25, equivalent fractions

Period 7: Finish graphing the equations that were on the board. Look at yesterdays post to see what the equations are. If you need graph paper, look at the link on the right of this page, and click the one that says "6 mini graphs".

Period 1: There was no homework. You turned in the tracking sheets today. Have a good week.

Finish page c-25, equivalent fractions

Period 7: Finish graphing the equations that were on the board. Look at yesterdays post to see what the equations are. If you need graph paper, look at the link on the right of this page, and click the one that says "6 mini graphs".

Period 1: There was no homework. You turned in the tracking sheets today. Have a good week.

### Wednseday 11/18/09

Homework for period 7:

finish page 175 handout on functions

Period 6: Finish pages C-7,C-18 on gcf and LCM

Period 1: Finish page c-25 on equivalent fractions

Period 2: Finish graphing the 7 equations from class

y=|x|

y = x + 2

y = |x| + 2

f(x) = x

f(x) = 2x + 3

y = 3x

y = -3x + 1

Period 3: Same as period 6 above

finish page 175 handout on functions

Period 6: Finish pages C-7,C-18 on gcf and LCM

Period 1: Finish page c-25 on equivalent fractions

Period 2: Finish graphing the 7 equations from class

y=|x|

y = x + 2

y = |x| + 2

f(x) = x

^{2}f(x) = 2x + 3

y = 3x

y = -3x + 1

Period 3: Same as period 6 above

## Tuesday, November 17, 2009

### Tuesday 11/17/09

Homework for Algebra:

Finish the worksheet handout in class on functions

homework for algebra readiness:

finish the GCF LCM worksheet. Please finish both sides.

Finish the worksheet handout in class on functions

homework for algebra readiness:

finish the GCF LCM worksheet. Please finish both sides.

## Monday, November 16, 2009

### Monday 11/16/09

Homework for today:

Algebra readiness: finish page c-13 and c-15 both sides.

Algebra: Finish graphing the LA logo.

the tracking sheet for this week is #9. We are working on individual quiet work to help our test scores. You have done very well with group working and working with partners, we just need to increase our test skills to match our group skills. I will also be helping your test taking skills by giving some test taking exercises to you over the next few weeks to help ease any anxieties or fears you have about test taking.

Algebra readiness: finish page c-13 and c-15 both sides.

Algebra: Finish graphing the LA logo.

the tracking sheet for this week is #9. We are working on individual quiet work to help our test scores. You have done very well with group working and working with partners, we just need to increase our test skills to match our group skills. I will also be helping your test taking skills by giving some test taking exercises to you over the next few weeks to help ease any anxieties or fears you have about test taking.

## Thursday, November 12, 2009

### Tuesday/Thrusday 11/12/09

There is no homework for this week. This is a good time to do make up work or any homeworks you are missing.

For periods 4,6,7,1, for the weekend, you are to make up ALL the problems you missed on the benchmark. Either with a short sentence explaining why you got the wrong answer, or work showing how to get the right answer. Made up problems will replace the missed ones on the benchmark.

"I guessed wrong" is not a good answer to why you missed a problem.

"I added negative 4 and got 6 when it should have been -3" is a good sentence.

For periods 4,6,7,1, for the weekend, you are to make up ALL the problems you missed on the benchmark. Either with a short sentence explaining why you got the wrong answer, or work showing how to get the right answer. Made up problems will replace the missed ones on the benchmark.

"I guessed wrong" is not a good answer to why you missed a problem.

"I added negative 4 and got 6 when it should have been -3" is a good sentence.

## Monday, November 9, 2009

### Monday 11/9/09

For All classes:

There is no homework today.

Algebra Readiness: Here is a link to the test we are having tomorrow. No notes may be used on this test. Pythagorean TEST link

Algebra: If you did not turn in the review from today, please turn it in tomorrow. it is a classwork, not homework.

Every class will have their test next time we meet, so please be prepared.

Algebra: Test on Chapter 3

Algebra Readiness: Pythagorean Test

There is no homework today.

Algebra Readiness: Here is a link to the test we are having tomorrow. No notes may be used on this test. Pythagorean TEST link

Algebra: If you did not turn in the review from today, please turn it in tomorrow. it is a classwork, not homework.

Every class will have their test next time we meet, so please be prepared.

Algebra: Test on Chapter 3

Algebra Readiness: Pythagorean Test

## Saturday, November 7, 2009

### Friday 11/7/09

Algebra Readiness: Finish graphing the triangles and finding the perimeter from the classwork.

Algebra: Finish the worksheet that had absolute value problems in them.

Algebra: Finish the worksheet that had absolute value problems in them.

## Thursday, November 5, 2009

### Thursday 11/5/09

Homework for Algebra

#1-21 and #31-36 Page 165

Homework for period 4,6: Finish page 118 #2-5

Period 1: finish graphing the triangles and finding their perimeter.

#1-21 and #31-36 Page 165

Homework for period 4,6: Finish page 118 #2-5

Period 1: finish graphing the triangles and finding their perimeter.

## Wednesday, November 4, 2009

### Wednesday 11/4/09

Algebra: Page 144 #1-21. 1-15 was done in class, so you just have to finish the last 6. For those problems, there are 2 different answers. Its not going to be 6 and -6, but something like 6 and -15.

Algebra Readiness: Pythagorean problems #2-6 on page 138.

Algebra Readiness: Pythagorean problems #2-6 on page 138.

### Tuesday 11/3/09

Homework for all classes: Finish the crossword puzzle for the word problems about multiplying or dividing you received after the benchmark.

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