Period 6: See Tuesdays post for homework and notes.

Period 7: We learned to multiply fractions, and started a worksheet on multiplying fractions

Period 2,3: We did inverse variation. There is a worksheet, ask me for it.

## Thursday, December 5, 2013

## Wednesday, December 4, 2013

### Wednesday 12/4

**POW #4**

**A snail crawls up a 28 foot pole. Each morning it crawls up 4 feet, and each night it slipped down 3 feet. How long would it take for the snail to get to the top of the pole?**

Get a printout for the worksheet on the POW page.

## Tuesday, December 3, 2013

### Tuesday 12/3

Period 2-5: We learned about direct variation ,and did a page finding direct variation equations, with some graphing on the back.

## Monday, December 2, 2013

### Monday 12/2

Homework for period 2-6: Workbook page 253 numbers 1-10. Here is a link. The user is CPMA, the password is math419.

Period 7: We rewrote mixed numbers as improper fractions, and improper fractions as mixed numbers.

Period 7: We rewrote mixed numbers as improper fractions, and improper fractions as mixed numbers.

## Thursday, November 21, 2013

### Thursday 11/21

Period 6: Check Tuesdays post for the worksheet and notes

Period 7: Finish the adding fractions worksheet. About half of you finished in class.

Period 2,3: Finish the parallel and perpendicular line worksheet. Be sure to have all the functions labeled with what they are.

Algebra(Ignore the Notes 5.2 - It was 4.7)

Period 7: Finish the adding fractions worksheet. About half of you finished in class.

Period 2,3: Finish the parallel and perpendicular line worksheet. Be sure to have all the functions labeled with what they are.

Algebra(Ignore the Notes 5.2 - It was 4.7)

## Wednesday, November 20, 2013

### Wednseday 11/20

All classes: Do the Citizenshoip Rubric so I know what you think you deserve for your citizenship grade.

## Tuesday, November 19, 2013

### Tuesday 11/19

Periods 1-5: We learned about slope. Finish the 6 graphs on the backside. See below for ntoes and the slope worksheet. The functions to graph on the back.

f(x)= 2x - 3

f(x)= x

f(x)= 3/4x-2

f(x)=-4x+3

f(x)=1/2x

f(x)=-x - 3

f(x)= 2x - 3

f(x)= x

f(x)= 3/4x-2

f(x)=-4x+3

f(x)=1/2x

f(x)=-x - 3

## Monday, November 18, 2013

## Friday, November 15, 2013

### Friday 11/15

We did Mangahigh today. Do the two challenges about functions I have on your homepage. Try to get the high score. There is no homework for the weekend.

Period 7: Finish simplifying fractions 2 worksheet.

Period 7: Finish simplifying fractions 2 worksheet.

## Thursday, November 14, 2013

## Wednesday, November 13, 2013

## Tuesday, November 12, 2013

## Friday, November 8, 2013

## Thursday, November 7, 2013

### 11/7 Thursday

Period 6: Finish the function worksheet. Check Tuesdays post.

Period 7: Finish the equivalent fractions.

Period 2,3: Finish the graphs. The notes are below. The 10 equations are:

f(x)=2x+3

f(x)=-2x+5

f(x)=x+1

f(x)=-3x+2

f(x)=2x-7

f(x)=x

f(x)=-x+5

f(x)=x

f(x)=-x

f(x)=|x|

Period 7: Finish the equivalent fractions.

Period 2,3: Finish the graphs. The notes are below. The 10 equations are:

f(x)=2x+3

f(x)=-2x+5

f(x)=x+1

f(x)=-3x+2

f(x)=2x-7

f(x)=x

f(x)=-x+5

f(x)=x

^{2}f(x)=-x

^{2}f(x)=|x|

### Wednesday 11/6

POW.

While camping, Elijah and Tracy began to cook some rice. They needed to

While camping, Elijah and Tracy began to cook some rice. They needed to

measure 5 cups of water, but could not figure it out. They had one pot that

held 7 cups, and another that held 3 cups. Luckily Tracy is a genius

and figured it out.

How did she do it?

Check the POW page for the template.

## Tuesday, November 5, 2013

### Monday 11/4

Period 2-6: We learned how to solve consecutive number problems. Do the worksheet from Thursday, except for the last two problems. They are extra credit.

Period 7: We learned about fractions. Finish placing the fractions on the number line for homework.

Period 7: We learned about fractions. Finish placing the fractions on the number line for homework.

## Friday, November 1, 2013

### Thur-Fri 10/31 - 11/1

Periods 1-6: We took a test on Inequalities and Absolute Values. There was no homework.

Period 7: We used the worksheet from Monday, and learned how to find LCM. Use the work from Monday so you do not have to redo everything.

Period 7: We used the worksheet from Monday, and learned how to find LCM. Use the work from Monday so you do not have to redo everything.

## Wednesday, October 30, 2013

### Wednesday 10/30

All classes: We did a notebook quiz on sections 2.2-3.5. If you missed a lot or were absent, you have to remind me later this week to take the test.

### Tuesday 10/29

Periods 2-5: We learned about absolute value equations, and we are doing #1-12 on the worksheet from class. You have to see me for the worksheet.

## Monday, October 28, 2013

### Monday 10/28

Period 2-3: Finish the challenge on Manga High.

Period 4-6: Check out last Thursdays post. We are making up some situation that can be described with a compound inequality.

Period 7: Finish the front side, Finding The GCF (Greatest Common Factor). Do the work on a separate sheet of paper.

Period 4-6: Check out last Thursdays post. We are making up some situation that can be described with a compound inequality.

Period 7: Finish the front side, Finding The GCF (Greatest Common Factor). Do the work on a separate sheet of paper.

## Thursday, October 24, 2013

### Thursday 10/24

Period 6: We took notes on conjunctions and disjunctions. You were supposed to do 1-12 and 19-22 on workbook page 235. See Tuesdays post for the links.

Period 7: You continued working on your factor and prime factorization pamphlet. If you did not turn it in today, they are due Friday first thing when you come in.

Period 2-3: We started a made-up compound inequality. Make up your own story that can be modeled with a compound inequality. Make it colorful. Due when you come back Monday.

Here was an example from class. Spell "Guard" correctly. Only inanimate violence allowed.

Period 7: You continued working on your factor and prime factorization pamphlet. If you did not turn it in today, they are due Friday first thing when you come in.

Period 2-3: We started a made-up compound inequality. Make up your own story that can be modeled with a compound inequality. Make it colorful. Due when you come back Monday.

Here was an example from class. Spell "Guard" correctly. Only inanimate violence allowed.

## Wednesday, October 23, 2013

### Wednesday 10/23

All Classes: No homework. We took a practice benchmark. I am going to a meeting on Friday where I will grade them, I think.

## Tuesday, October 22, 2013

### Tuesday 10/22

EDIT:

Period 2-5: We learned about conjunctions and disjunctions. Homework was 1-12 and 19-22 on Workbook page 235.

Period 2-5: We learned about conjunctions and disjunctions. Homework was 1-12 and 19-22 on Workbook page 235.

## Monday, October 21, 2013

### Monday 10/21

Periods 2-6: We learned about compound inequalities. HW was a matching activity. See me for the page.

Period 7: We learned about prime factorization last time, and today we started a project pamphlet where you will explain what Factors and Prime Factorization are, and give me examples of each.

Period 7: We learned about prime factorization last time, and today we started a project pamphlet where you will explain what Factors and Prime Factorization are, and give me examples of each.

## Friday, October 18, 2013

### Friday 10/18/13

Periods 2-6: We took notes, and solved these 10 equations.

Period 7: We learned about prime factorization, and did 2 pages from the worksheet. Many of you finished it in class.

Period 7: We learned about prime factorization, and did 2 pages from the worksheet. Many of you finished it in class.

## Thursday, October 17, 2013

### Thursday 10/17

Period 7: Finish shading the worksheet with the prime numbers. Prime numbers to 100are:

` 2,3,5,7,11,13,17,19,23,29,31,37,41,43,47,53,59,61,67,71,73,79,83,89,97 `

` `

` `

`Period 2,3:`

`we did notes on why we flip the esign when multiplying or dividing by a negative number.`

` `

`There were 10 inequalities to do in class.`

`1) -2(n+2) < -14`

`2) 2(x - 4) ≥ -6`

`3) 3x + 2 > -4x + 16`

`4) 8 - 4s > 16`

`5) 2(3x+7) > 28`

`6) 5m - 3 > -18`

`7) -4x - 2 ≤ 8`

`8) 5 - 3n ≥ -4`

`9) 4 - 2x ≤ 5 - x + 1`

`10) 4(x-2)-6x ≤ -9 `

## Tuesday, October 15, 2013

### Tuesday 10/15

Homework for periods 2-5: Finish problems 1-8 from workbook practice 3-2. Below is the notes we took. We did double today.

## Monday, October 14, 2013

### Monday 10/14

Periods 2-6: finish up to problem 8 on the word problem page.

Period 7: we did factor houses, and you were supposed to finish for homework.

Ask me at school if you need either page.

Period 7: we did factor houses, and you were supposed to finish for homework.

Ask me at school if you need either page.

## Friday, October 11, 2013

### Friday 10/11

Period 4-6: We finished the project. See these examples!

Period 7: We did manga high. Your goal is to get a medal in the Prime game. Many of you finished in class.

Period 7: We did manga high. Your goal is to get a medal in the Prime game. Many of you finished in class.

## Thursday, October 10, 2013

### Thursday 10/10

Period 6: we finished the 5 problems (check Tuesdays Post) and started a project. You explain one of the problems creatively to me.
Period 7: We took a test, there was no homework.
Period 2-3: We finished our project, there is no homework.

## Wednesday, October 9, 2013

### Wednesday 10/9

All classes, we did the citizenship rubric, and the problem of the week #2. Please see the links for the assignments

POW

Citizenship Rubric fill in

POW

Citizenship Rubric fill in

## Tuesday, October 8, 2013

### Tuesday 10/9

Period 2-5: We did 5 problems in class (which was also the homework). The project for the week is to take one of the problems and explain it back in pamphlet form. See below for the 3 we did together, and the 5 problems that were homework.

**EDIT-I put this up Thursday, so if you are just getting this, you have until Tuesday. I wont be mad if its late, and it won't be marked down. It's my fault for not putting these up**## Monday, October 7, 2013

### Monday 10/7

Homework for periods 2-6: Finish the 8 problems that were on the board. See below.

Period 7: Page 209 (Practice 1-3) from the workbook, #1-20.

The 8 equations:

1) 7 - 2n = n - 14

2) 3d + 8 = 2d - 7

3) 6x = 2x - 4

4) 8z - 7 = 3z - 7 + 5z

5) -4x + 6 = -9x + 16

6) 4y - 12 = -5y + 51

7) 7x - 8 = 3x + 12

8) 5(x + 3) = 2x + 6

Period 7: Page 209 (Practice 1-3) from the workbook, #1-20.

The 8 equations:

1) 7 - 2n = n - 14

2) 3d + 8 = 2d - 7

3) 6x = 2x - 4

4) 8z - 7 = 3z - 7 + 5z

5) -4x + 6 = -9x + 16

6) 4y - 12 = -5y + 51

7) 7x - 8 = 3x + 12

8) 5(x + 3) = 2x + 6

### Friday 10/4

Homework for periods 4-6: We did the word problems in class. Homework is the Manga high Algebra Meltdown challenge. You can access Manga High through the link at the top of this page.

Period 7: We did Distributive Property Worksheet. If you want extra credit, you can do ALL the problems from Thursdays Homework.

Period 7: We did Distributive Property Worksheet. If you want extra credit, you can do ALL the problems from Thursdays Homework.

## Thursday, October 3, 2013

### Thursday 10/7/13

Homework for periods 6,7: do the 7 fraction problems, check Tuesdays post for the work and notes.

Period 2,3: We did the word problems on the back of Mondays homework, then went on to Manga high, your job is to get a medal in the Algebra Meltdown challenge

Period 2,3: We did the word problems on the back of Mondays homework, then went on to Manga high, your job is to get a medal in the Algebra Meltdown challenge

## Wednesday, October 2, 2013

### Wednesday 10/2

Today we took a Notebook Quiz, which goes over the warm-ups and notes we do in class. If you need to make it up, see me in the next few days. You need to remind me, because I will forget. You can redo the quiz at anytime.

## Tuesday, October 1, 2013

### Tuesday 10/1

Period 2-5: We messed with equations, and learned how to make fraction equations easier by multiplying them by some whole number to cancel out the fractions.

See below for the notes, and the 7 problems which were homework.

See below for the notes, and the 7 problems which were homework.

## Monday, September 30, 2013

### Monday 9/30

Homework for periods 2-6: Finish the first side of 2 step equations from page 34. Be sure to show both steps.

Period 7: Finish the multiplication page. Do only the negative answer problems

Period 7: Finish the multiplication page. Do only the negative answer problems

## Saturday, September 28, 2013

### Friday 9/27

Periods 4-7: just login and play something on mangahigh, you can use the link at the top of this page. If you need your login and password, email me.

## Thursday, September 26, 2013

### Thursday 9/26

Period 6: no homework, we took a test.

Period 7: finish 2-1, identifying properties.

Period 2-3: it seemed confusing, so all I ask is you login to mangahigh, (use the link up in the tabs on this page) and you'll get credit

Period 7: finish 2-1, identifying properties.

Period 2-3: it seemed confusing, so all I ask is you login to mangahigh, (use the link up in the tabs on this page) and you'll get credit

## Wednesday, September 25, 2013

### Wednesday 9/25

Today the problem of the week is due. There is no new assigned homework. Periods 6 and 7 have homework from Monday to turn in, and periods 1-5 have no homework.

## Tuesday, September 24, 2013

### Tuesday 9/24

**Problem Of The Week is Due TOMORROW!!!**

Periods 2-5: No homework today. We took a test, and I couldn't get the computers to log you in fast enough. We will do manga high next time I see you, and you can always get there by clicking the link at the top of this page.

## Monday, September 23, 2013

### Monday 9/23

Period 2-6: Homework was Practice 1-8, you can click the link to download it, user name is our school, in lowercase, password is "math" with my room number attached to it.

Period 7: Homework was Practice 1-6 you can click the link to download it, user name is our school, in lowercase, password is "math" with my room number attached to it.

Period 7: Homework was Practice 1-6 you can click the link to download it, user name is our school, in lowercase, password is "math" with my room number attached to it.

## Friday, September 20, 2013

### Friday 9/20/13

Period 4-6: We went over like terms and distributing negatives. You can check yesterdays post for the notes.

Period 7: We went over how subtracting is just a negative sign, circling terms so we can see the negative sign, and the homework is the first two columns on the page 18 worksheet.

Period 7: We went over how subtracting is just a negative sign, circling terms so we can see the negative sign, and the homework is the first two columns on the page 18 worksheet.

### Thursday 9/19

Period 6-7: You emailed me from class, which was the homework.

Period 2,3: You have to finish the distributive problems I gave you in class. Please only do #1-10.

See below for a pic of our notes.

Period 2,3: You have to finish the distributive problems I gave you in class. Please only do #1-10.

See below for a pic of our notes.

## Wednesday, September 18, 2013

### Problem of the Week #1

Problem: In the sequence 16, 80, 48, 64, A, B, C, D , each term after the second is the mean (average) of the previous two terms. Wat is the value of D?

There will be a link to the POW template HERE .

Due Wednesday 9/25

There will be a link to the POW template HERE .

Due Wednesday 9/25

## Tuesday, September 17, 2013

### Tuesday 9/17/13

Periods 2-5: you guys got on the net books, learned where my website was, and emailed me. Everyone in class got checked off for this. If you are absent, just email me and you will get credit next time you are in class.

## Monday, September 16, 2013

### Monday 9/16/13

Period 1-6: Today we went over the properties and did a worksheet on identifying properties. If you were absent, see me for a copy. It is due tomorrow, and we will keep track of these things in our planners from now on.

Period 7: We learned how to add integers. There are some problems that we did in class. For homework, do 1-20 on worksheet #12. If you need a copy, see me in class.

Period 7: We learned how to add integers. There are some problems that we did in class. For homework, do 1-20 on worksheet #12. If you need a copy, see me in class.

## Friday, September 13, 2013

### Friday 9/13/13

Homework for period 4-6: Finish the Rational Number identification page. Its attached below.

Identifying Radical Numbers

Period 7 - We did 14 absolute value questions. Check below for the notes and the problems.

Identifying Radical Numbers

Period 7 - We did 14 absolute value questions. Check below for the notes and the problems.

## Wednesday, September 11, 2013

### Wednesday 9/11/13

No homework. We took notes. See below for a picture of them.

Period 6,7: Tomorrow we take the MDTP, don't worry, it doesnt count for points

Algebra Notes::

Pre-Algebra:

Period 6,7: Tomorrow we take the MDTP, don't worry, it doesnt count for points

Algebra Notes::

Pre-Algebra:

## Tuesday, September 10, 2013

### Tuesday 9/10/13

Periods 2-5: There is no homework. Today we did the MDTP for Geometry, which basically shows what you need to learn for the year. There is no score given for this. I will tell you your score later next week, but do not get discouraged, you do not know half of what is on the test. We will take this test again in June, and THEN you will be graded on it, but by that point you should know everything on the test.

## Monday, September 9, 2013

### Monday 9/9/13

Periods 1-6: No homework. We worked on calculating GPA.

Period 7: No homework. You kept the GPA worksheet. We will work on it again Wednesday, so do not lose it!

Period 7: No homework. You kept the GPA worksheet. We will work on it again Wednesday, so do not lose it!

## Friday, September 6, 2013

### Friday 9/6/13

There is no real homework for this week. You were supposed to turn in your syllabus and tardy policy to me.

7th period: You also were supposed to turn in your brown packets for the school. Make sure either I or the front office gets these things. Have a good weekend

7th period: You also were supposed to turn in your brown packets for the school. Make sure either I or the front office gets these things. Have a good weekend

## Tuesday, September 3, 2013

### First Day of School

All Classes: We went over the syllabus and tardy policy. They need to be brought back by Friday.

7th period: Take-Home-Packets need to be returned to me by Friday

7th period: Take-Home-Packets need to be returned to me by Friday

## Thursday, August 29, 2013

### Syllabus and Others

The new syllabus and other files for 2013/2014 have been posted. Check the links on the right.

## Thursday, May 30, 2013

### Alphabet Book Project

The final project for all classes. You have picked 3 words to define, give 2 examples of. Below you will find a link to the template. You need three of these. The word list is also below, in case you need it, but you should already know your words.

All work must be done by you. Do not cut and paste a definition from the internet. Use your own words. I know what you know. If you try defining things with heteroskedasticity or things like that, expect me to call you on it :)

ABC Template

Word List

All work must be done by you. Do not cut and paste a definition from the internet. Use your own words. I know what you know. If you try defining things with heteroskedasticity or things like that, expect me to call you on it :)

ABC Template

Word List

## Friday, May 24, 2013

### Pre-Algebra Learning Upgrade

Pre-Algebra: Do as many Learning Upgrades as you can. The formula for scoring is as follows.

Basically the score is out of 50, and you get bonus points for getting golds or silvers.

The equation is:

{3(# of gold levels) + 2(# of silver levels) + (# of Bronze Levels)}*Levels Completed

this will be the score out of 50. You can get higher than 50 points on this assignment. That is extra credit.

Basically the score is out of 50, and you get bonus points for getting golds or silvers.

The equation is:

{3(# of gold levels) + 2(# of silver levels) + (# of Bronze Levels)}*Levels Completed

this will be the score out of 50. You can get higher than 50 points on this assignment. That is extra credit.

### Algebra Dinner Menu Project Pages

Dinner menu project is due the day you come back after you come back from Memorial Day.

Dinner Menu Project - Rubric - Question Bank

Dinner Menu Project - Rubric - Question Bank

## Thursday, May 9, 2013

### Algebra Graphing Calculator Worksheets

There are 3 assignments for the graphing calculator. One was an intro page, one was intro to using the calculator (8 pages), and the last was a series of images you had to replicate on your own graphing calculator. All three of these are due for the graphing calculator unit.

Graphing_Calculator_1

Graphing_Calculator_2

Graphing_Calculator_3

User name is CPMA, the other thing is math419

The files start with "Graphing Calculator" if you are searching for these yourself.

Graphing_Calculator_1

Graphing_Calculator_2

Graphing_Calculator_3

User name is CPMA, the other thing is math419

The files start with "Graphing Calculator" if you are searching for these yourself.

## Tuesday, May 7, 2013

### Week of 5/6

For all classes. Study for the CST. English and history. We will have no homework this week. Catch up on all the stuff you need to do from the last 12 weeks.

## Wednesday, May 1, 2013

### Week of 5/1/13

For the days this week: #cst

Monday: We reviewed. No homework, no nothing. We saved our brains for the CST

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: Nothing. We took the CST, watched some cartoons, drew pictures. Anything but work.

Friday. Again, pictures, no homework. Save your brains, remember all that english and history for next week.

Monday: We reviewed. No homework, no nothing. We saved our brains for the CST

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: Nothing. We took the CST, watched some cartoons, drew pictures. Anything but work.

Friday. Again, pictures, no homework. Save your brains, remember all that english and history for next week.

## Thursday, April 25, 2013

### Wednesday Thursday 4/25/13

Homework for periods 1,3,5,7: either do the review worksheet, (sorry I don't have an electronic copy) or do levels 50, 53 on learning upgrade.

Period 2,4:

Finish the box-and-whisker plots for the height of the teams. Bring the sets tomorrow so we can finish with weight.

Period 2,4:

Finish the box-and-whisker plots for the height of the teams. Bring the sets tomorrow so we can finish with weight.

## Tuesday, April 23, 2013

### 4/23/13

Homework for period 1,3,5: Do learning upgrade. level 42.

Homework for period 2,4: Do learning upgrade level 46 triangles

Homework for period 2,4: Do learning upgrade level 46 triangles

## Monday, April 22, 2013

### 4/22/13

Homework for periods 1,3,5,7: Do # 29, 30, 32, 33, 35 from page 393 in your workbook. Here is a link. CPMA is the user and math419 is the other thing.

Homework for period 2,4: Finish this worksheet.

Homework for period 2,4: Finish this worksheet.

## Friday, April 19, 2013

### 4/19/13

Homework for periods 1,3,5,7:

Learning Upgrade level 38

Homework for periods 2,4: Learning Upgrade levels 38, 39

Learning Upgrade level 38

Homework for periods 2,4: Learning Upgrade levels 38, 39

## Thursday, April 18, 2013

### 4/18/13

Homework for periods 5,7: Do the problems from your workbook. Check yesterdays post for the link. It was problems 7, 9, 13, 16, 18, 20, 21, 22, 24, 26, 27

Period 4: Finish graphing the 10 functions from class using the slope and y-intercept.

Period 4: Finish graphing the 10 functions from class using the slope and y-intercept.

## Wednesday, April 17, 2013

### 4/17/13

Homework for period 7: Finish the review of systems of equations.

Period 1,3: Simplify the fractions from class. Here is a link to the page. "CPMA" is the username, and use "math419" as the other thing..

Period 2: Graph the equations from class on your graph paper. They are listed below for your convenience.

Period 1,3: Simplify the fractions from class. Here is a link to the page. "CPMA" is the username, and use "math419" as the other thing..

Period 2: Graph the equations from class on your graph paper. They are listed below for your convenience.

### 4/16/13

Homework for periods 1,3,5: Do the review page of systems. Adding will solve all of them.

Period 2,4: Finish graphing the 7 functions from class. Here is a pic of the equations.

Period 2,4: Finish graphing the 7 functions from class. Here is a pic of the equations.

### Monday 4/15/13

Homework for periods 1,3,5,7: Do the practice quiz. We will do a real one next class period.

Period 2,4: Finish the backside of the slope worksheet, just the top 6 problems.

Period 2,4: Finish the backside of the slope worksheet, just the top 6 problems.

## Friday, April 12, 2013

### Friday 4/12/13

For periods 2,4: Finish the slope worksheet from class

Period 1,3,5,7: Finish the learning upgrade level 56. You can get a silver in it.

Algebra: There will be a quiz on radicals on Tuesday(or Wednesday). We will review on Monday.

Period 1,3,5,7: Finish the learning upgrade level 56. You can get a silver in it.

Algebra: There will be a quiz on radicals on Tuesday(or Wednesday). We will review on Monday.

## Thursday, April 11, 2013

### Wednesday 4/11/13

Homework for period 7: Finish 1-9 from the workbook, here is a link to the page.

Period 1,3: Graph the square root problems from the board. Be sure to list the domain and range.

Period 2: Finish graphing the equations from the board.

Period 1,3: Graph the square root problems from the board. Be sure to list the domain and range.

Period 2: Finish graphing the equations from the board.

## Tuesday, April 9, 2013

### Tuesday 4/08/13

Homework for periods 1,3,5:

DO # 1-9 from 3-3, inequalities. Be sure to graph your answers on a number line. Here is a link to the page.

Period 2,4: Finish the function machine worksheets.

DO # 1-9 from 3-3, inequalities. Be sure to graph your answers on a number line. Here is a link to the page.

Period 2,4: Finish the function machine worksheets.

## Monday, April 8, 2013

### Monday 4/8/13

Homework for periods 1,3,5,7:
Finish #1-20 from workbook page 373. Here is a link to the page

Period 2,4: Finish the SD reflection graphs.

Period 2,4: Finish the SD reflection graphs.

## Thursday, March 28, 2013

### Spring Break

Hello all and happy Spring Break. Check your grades. Everything but the benchmark is in. Period 1,5 I didn't get your homework scores for the last two weeks. Missing does not mean zero.
If you have stuff to turn in, take a picture of it and send it to me. That counts.
Have fun.
Mr. B

## Wednesday, March 20, 2013

### 3/20/13

**Angry Birds Project!!!!**: Period 1, no homework

Period 3: We started a project. This will be our work for the next week. See the page for it HERE

Period 7: Finish the Angry Birds Intro worksheet

Period 2: No homework, we took a test.

### Friday Movie Advanced Algebra

Things you needed to answer:

1) List two facts from the movie (Facts, tidbits, little pieces of knowledge)

2) Define "Terminal Velocity"

3) Write a three sentence summary of the movie

## Tuesday, March 19, 2013

## Thursday, March 14, 2013

### 3/14/13

Period 5,7: Finish the worksheet found here. If there is no starting height, then C = 0

Period 4: Finish plotting the points for the triangles and find the perimeter and the area. Look a yesterdays post for the equations

Period 4: Finish plotting the points for the triangles and find the perimeter and the area. Look a yesterdays post for the equations

### 3/13/13

Homework for period 7: Do the three word problems. Look at yesterdays post for them.

Period 1,3: Finish the worksheet (also three problems). If there is no starting height, assume C=0.

Period 2: Finish plotting the points for the right triangles, and graphing them. Find the perimeter and the area of each triangle.

Perimeter = side 1 + side 2 + side 3

Area = (Base x Height) / 2

Period 1,3: Finish the worksheet (also three problems). If there is no starting height, assume C=0.

Period 2: Finish plotting the points for the right triangles, and graphing them. Find the perimeter and the area of each triangle.

Perimeter = side 1 + side 2 + side 3

Area = (Base x Height) / 2

## Tuesday, March 12, 2013

### 3/12/13

Homework for period 1,3,5: Solve the three problems from class using the equations

H = -16t

Where v = initial velocity

c = starting height

t= time

H = H(t), the height we care about at our point of interest

Period 2,4: Finish the Pythagorean worksheet, both sides.

The three problems

1) If a rock is dropped off a bridge that is 30 feet above a

river, how long will it take for the rock to hit the water?

2) A tennis player hits a ball 1 foot above the ground with an initial velocity of 20 feet per second. How long will it take to hit the ground?

3) You drop a water balloon off a building 200 feet in the air. How long until it hits your friends head who is 6 feet tall?

H = -16t

^{2}+ vt + cWhere v = initial velocity

c = starting height

t= time

H = H(t), the height we care about at our point of interest

Period 2,4: Finish the Pythagorean worksheet, both sides.

The three problems

1) If a rock is dropped off a bridge that is 30 feet above a

river, how long will it take for the rock to hit the water?

2) A tennis player hits a ball 1 foot above the ground with an initial velocity of 20 feet per second. How long will it take to hit the ground?

3) You drop a water balloon off a building 200 feet in the air. How long until it hits your friends head who is 6 feet tall?

## Friday, March 8, 2013

### Friday 3/8/13

Homework for period 1,3,4,5,7: Do the challenge on your Manga High page, get at least a bronze in it.

Period 2: Bring the drawing right triangles worksheet back.

Check your grades. Everything is current. I added to your grades based on the quadratic retake, or you redoing the scientific notation problems you missed. If I am missing something and did it, take a picture and email it to me so I can change your grade.

Period 2: Bring the drawing right triangles worksheet back.

Check your grades. Everything is current. I added to your grades based on the quadratic retake, or you redoing the scientific notation problems you missed. If I am missing something and did it, take a picture and email it to me so I can change your grade.

## Wednesday, March 6, 2013

### 3/6/13

Period 7: We took a test. No homework.

Period 1,3: Finish the graphs from class.

Here are the equations.(1-3 are notes)

4) x

5) x

6) x

7) x

8) x

9) x

10) x

11) x

12) x

Period 2: We finished the estimating square roots and I stamped you for it in class.

Period 1,3: Finish the graphs from class.

Here are the equations.(1-3 are notes)

4) x

^{2}- 6x + 8 = y5) x

^{2}+ 4x + 3 = y6) x

^{2}- 4 = y7) x

^{2}- 2x - 8 = y8) x

^{2}- 8x + 12 = y9) x

^{2}+ 2x - 3 = y10) x

^{2}+ 2x - 8 = y11) x

^{2}- 2x - 3 = y12) x

^{2}+ 6x + 5 = yPeriod 2: We finished the estimating square roots and I stamped you for it in class.

## Tuesday, March 5, 2013

### 3/5/13

Period 1,3,5: No homework, we took a test.

Period 2: You took the CST Writing test, no homework.

Period 4: You finished the estimating sqaure roots worksheet and got stamped for it.

Period 2: You took the CST Writing test, no homework.

Period 4: You finished the estimating sqaure roots worksheet and got stamped for it.

## Monday, March 4, 2013

### 3/4/13

Homework for period 1,3,5,7: Finish the practice test

Period 2,4: Bring the square root paper back so we can do the back.

Advanced Algebra: Test next class period on solving quadratics, and some graphing function problems

Period 2,4: Bring the square root paper back so we can do the back.

Advanced Algebra: Test next class period on solving quadratics, and some graphing function problems

## Friday, March 1, 2013

### 3/1/13

Homework for periods 1,3,5,7: Finish level 49 of Learning Upgrade.

Period 2,4: No homework, we took a test.

Period 2,4: No homework, we took a test.

## Wednesday, February 27, 2013

### 2/27/13

Homework for period 7: Bring the white page back home

Period 2: Finish the scientific notation review. We have a test on Friday

Period 1,3: Finish graphing the 18 equations and labeling the axis of symmetry and vertex. Here is some graph paper

Here are the 18 equations by group

"A"

y = x

y = 2x

y = 3 x

y = -2x

y = -3x

y = -4x

"B"

y = x

y = x

y = x

y = x

y = x

y = x

"C"

y = x

y = x

y = x

y = 2x

y = 2x

y = 2x

Period 2: Finish the scientific notation review. We have a test on Friday

Period 1,3: Finish graphing the 18 equations and labeling the axis of symmetry and vertex. Here is some graph paper

Here are the 18 equations by group

"A"

y = x

^{2}y = 2x

^{2}y = 3 x

^{2}y = -2x

^{2}y = -3x

^{2}y = -4x

^{2}"B"

y = x

^{2}+ 2xy = x

^{2}+ 4xy = x

^{2}+ xy = x

^{2}- 2xy = x

^{2}- 4xy = x

^{2}- 6x"C"

y = x

^{2}+ 1y = x

^{2}+ 3y = x

^{2}+ 5y = 2x

^{2}- 3y = 2x

^{2}- 5y = 2x

^{2}- 7## Tuesday, February 26, 2013

### 2/26/13

I was absent today. For all classes, finish BOTH sides of the worksheet and bring them back tomorrow for stamps. Also, do not forget to bring the homework from Monday.

If you need to make up the notebook quiz, any day is a good day to do it.

If you need to make up the notebook quiz, any day is a good day to do it.

## Monday, February 25, 2013

### Homework for Algebra from Friday 2/22 and Monday 2/25

Homework for Friday:

Graph these 8 functions. Print out the six graphs from the right to do this.

1) x

2) -x

3) x

4) x

5) -x

6) -x

7) 2x

8) 3x

Homework for Monday:

1) f(x) = x

2) f(x) = 2x

3) f(x) = 1/4x

4) f(x) = -x

5) f(x) = -3x

6) f(x) = -2x

7) f(x) = -x

8) f(x) = x

Graph these 8 functions. Print out the six graphs from the right to do this.

1) x

^{2}= y2) -x

^{2}= y3) x

^{2}- 9 = y4) x

^{2}+ 4 = y5) -x

^{2}+ 7 = y6) -x

^{2}+ 1 = y7) 2x

^{2}+ 1 = y8) 3x

^{2}- 10 = yHomework for Monday:

1) f(x) = x

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

^{2}3) f(x) = 1/4x

^{2}4) f(x) = -x

^{2}5) f(x) = -3x

^{2}+ 106) f(x) = -2x

^{2}+ 47) f(x) = -x

^{2}+ 98) f(x) = x

^{2}- 9## Wednesday, February 20, 2013

### 2/20/13

Homework for Period 7: None, you turned in the work from last week, and I gave you time to finish it.

Period 1: Finish the 5 problems from the board. The first 3 work out real nice. The other 2, simplify the radical

Period 2: Bring back the simplifying fractions worksheet

Period 3: Get a bronze medal on the new MangaHigh site.

Period 1: Finish the 5 problems from the board. The first 3 work out real nice. The other 2, simplify the radical

Period 2: Bring back the simplifying fractions worksheet

Period 3: Get a bronze medal on the new MangaHigh site.

## Friday, February 8, 2013

### 2/8/13

For all classes:

No homework today. We finished the classwork. Check the Sub Lessons above to see what you are doing next week. Even if the sub messes something up, you are responsible for the three worksheets (And quiz Algebra) next week. Bring all three completed assignments back the following Tuesday the 19th.

No homework today. We finished the classwork. Check the Sub Lessons above to see what you are doing next week. Even if the sub messes something up, you are responsible for the three worksheets (And quiz Algebra) next week. Bring all three completed assignments back the following Tuesday the 19th.

## Wednesday, February 6, 2013

### 2/6/13

Homework for period 1: Finish page 333.

Period 2: Finish the workbook page to #18

Period 3: Finish page 333 (And the 4 classwork problems)

Period 7: Prepare to turn in the 10 problems with 19 answers. Work on page 333.

Sorry there are no notes posted, or the problems. Will post them tomorrow when I am back at school.

Period 2: Finish the workbook page to #18

Period 3: Finish page 333 (And the 4 classwork problems)

Period 7: Prepare to turn in the 10 problems with 19 answers. Work on page 333.

Sorry there are no notes posted, or the problems. Will post them tomorrow when I am back at school.

## Tuesday, February 5, 2013

### 2/5/13

Homework for period 2,4: Finish the ten problems shown below.

Period 1,3,5: If you did not finish the classwork, do it. Otherwise, do the 84 problems from page 333 in your workbook.

Period 1,3,5: If you did not finish the classwork, do it. Otherwise, do the 84 problems from page 333 in your workbook.

## Monday, February 4, 2013

### 2/4/13

Homework for period 2,4: Do the 12 problems from the overhead

Period 1,3,5,7: Finish the 5 problems from the overhead. Homework is the practice worksheet page 333. If you need a copy click the link below

Practice Page 333

Period 1,3,5,7: Finish the 5 problems from the overhead. Homework is the practice worksheet page 333. If you need a copy click the link below

Practice Page 333

## Friday, February 1, 2013

## Thursday, January 31, 2013

### 1/31/13

No homework for periods 1,3,5,7. We finished the benchmark. Period 4 has the two graphs to make on the back of your classwork

## Tuesday, January 29, 2013

### 1/29/13

Period 1,2,3,4,5: No homework. We took benchmark. If you are in Adv. Algebra and did not do the 10 problems, check yesterdays post and do those problems. There are video links too if you forgot how to do them.

Bonus: If someone in Advanced Algebra wants to make a facebook group and invite people (and ME!), do it.

Bonus: If someone in Advanced Algebra wants to make a facebook group and invite people (and ME!), do it.

## Monday, January 28, 2013

### 1/28/13

Homework for periods 1,3,5,7: Factor the ten problems from class. Check down below for the pic of it and the notes. Links to videos I made about factoring polynomials:

Factoring Polynomials 1

Factoring Polynomials 2

Period 2,4: No homework.

All classes: Benchmark tomorrow and Wednesday

Factoring Polynomials 1

Factoring Polynomials 2

Period 2,4: No homework.

All classes: Benchmark tomorrow and Wednesday

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