## Monday, December 13, 2010

### Friday 12/17/10

There was no homework this week. Enjoy your time off. If you want, now is good time to do extra credit. You can print it out from the links on the right, or just copy the problems on a separate sheet of paper. Enjoy the break

## Thursday, December 9, 2010

### Thursday 12/9/10

Homework for periods 4,5: Finish the graphs if you did not finish in class.

Period 6,7: Finish the review of adding and mulitplying

Period 1: Do 1 level of learning upgrade.

### Wednesday 12/8/10

Homework for period 6,7: Finish the multiplying. Simplify before you divide. (c-55) If you finish the backside completely, I will give you double points

Period 1: Finish the review worksheet (c-39, c-56) Test is tomorrow.

Period 3: Finish the graphs of the parallel and perpendicular lines. (12 graphs)

## Tuesday, December 7, 2010

### Tuesday 12/7/10

Homework for period 1: Finish page c-55. If you finish page c-51 completely, I will give you double points

Homework for periods 3,4,5: Finish page 157. Make sure both sides of the page are done

### Monday 12/6/10

Homework for periods 1,6,7: Finish 3 of the four sections on page 77 worksheet

Period 3, 5: Graph the function y=2x + 3, then make up and graph a PARALLEL function ,and a PERPENDICULAR function

Period 4: Finish graphing the sets of function that were on the board.

## Friday, December 3, 2010

### Thrusday 12/2/10

Homework for periods 4,5: Finish graphing the functions on the back of your worksheet. Either fill in the table, or use the slope and y-intercept (you don't have to do both)

Period 6,7: Finish the adding fractions (c-38)

Period 1: Finish 2 levels learning upgrade

## Wednesday, December 1, 2010

### Wednesday 12/1/10

Homework for period 6,7: Finish the adding side, simplify or write your answers as mixed numbers (c-35)

Period 1: Finish adding where you have to find a common denominator (c-38)

Period 3: Finish graphing the equations, if you can use the slope-intercept form, please do. If not, just fill in the tables and graph the points.