This week, we are doing the week of code. Our website of choice is CodeCombat.com.

We made user names and signed in class. You can play at home. By the end of the week, you need to have finished the entire set of dungeon levels.

## Monday, December 7, 2015

## Friday, December 4, 2015

## Friday, November 13, 2015

## Thursday, November 12, 2015

### Practice Test Answers

Thank you Ashley!!! In order

1: D

2: BCD (See the note on #6)

3: BC

4: C

5: ACD

6: BCE (Equations that ARE NOT functions have square roots in them. If y is to the power of 2, then you have to take the square root to solve it, which makes it not a function. Remember the graphing packet, all the functions that were not functions were square root problems)

7: A

8: BD

9: A (square roots only make numbers >= to 0)

10: -3

11: D

12: C

13: C

14: B

15: A

16: A

17: A

18: ACD

19: C

20: D

21: C

22: D

1: D

2: BCD (See the note on #6)

3: BC

4: C

5: ACD

6: BCE (Equations that ARE NOT functions have square roots in them. If y is to the power of 2, then you have to take the square root to solve it, which makes it not a function. Remember the graphing packet, all the functions that were not functions were square root problems)

7: A

8: BD

9: A (square roots only make numbers >= to 0)

10: -3

11: D

12: C

13: C

14: B

15: A

16: A

17: A

18: ACD

19: C

20: D

21: C

22: D

## Friday, November 6, 2015

### Friday 11/6

Int 1:

You have to solve two problems, using the compound interest equations:

A = P(1 +

Second Question. You won $2,000,000 in the lottery. You have to decide where to put your money. Wells Fargo gives you 2% compounded monthly where as Chase gives you 3% compounded every two months. Where should you go if you expect to keep your money there for 5 years?

You have to solve two problems, using the compound interest equations:

A = P(1 +

^{r}⁄_{n})^{nt}^{}^{Where:}^{P = Principal (starting amount)}^{r = interest rate in decimal}^{n = # compounding per year}^{t = time in years}^{}First question: You max out your credit card spending $1200. If you have an interest rate of 19%, and do not pay anything, how much will you owe after 6 months?Second Question. You won $2,000,000 in the lottery. You have to decide where to put your money. Wells Fargo gives you 2% compounded monthly where as Chase gives you 3% compounded every two months. Where should you go if you expect to keep your money there for 5 years?

^{}## Thursday, November 5, 2015

## Wednesday, November 4, 2015

### Wednesday 11/4

Int 1: Do # 1-8 on on page 434. If you need access, go here: successnetplus.com

Most of you, the user name and password is the same as your school computer. Or, just look below. If you click on them, they get pretty big.

Most of you, the user name and password is the same as your school computer. Or, just look below. If you click on them, they get pretty big.

## Wednesday, October 28, 2015

### Wednesday Survey

Mathematics Satisfaction Survey

Click HERE to take the math survey. There is no name, so answer as honestly as you can. This is not for individuals, but to look at what everyone AS A GROUP says about study skills, and what they like and do not like about math in general.

Click HERE to take the math survey. There is no name, so answer as honestly as you can. This is not for individuals, but to look at what everyone AS A GROUP says about study skills, and what they like and do not like about math in general.

## Monday, October 19, 2015

### Monday 10/19

Skills - we started our integers unit

Int 1 - Finish the graphs. If you cannot use the slope and y-intercept, make a table.

Those who finished last week, answer me these three questions:

1) What are the three basic shapes of all the graphs?

2) What are the identifying parts of those equations?

3) What equations make other shapes? (Use the internet is stuck)

Int 1 - Finish the graphs. If you cannot use the slope and y-intercept, make a table.

Those who finished last week, answer me these three questions:

1) What are the three basic shapes of all the graphs?

2) What are the identifying parts of those equations?

3) What equations make other shapes? (Use the internet is stuck)

## Thursday, October 15, 2015

### The Giver

The text for The Giver, for those of you who do not have the textbook at home. It is a PDF file.

**The Giver.pdf**## Tuesday, October 13, 2015

### Wednesdays Assignments

Int 1: Watch the two videos below. They add to the notes from last time. Do the worksheet, if you have extra time, go to mangahigh.com and try to get a high score on the game I included with the link. You have to login first, then come back here to use the link otherwise it says it is blocked.

Functions Part 1

Functions Part 2

Worksheet: Page 173 Function Intro

MangaHigh Algebra Functions

Functions Part 1

Functions Part 2

Worksheet: Page 173 Function Intro

MangaHigh Algebra Functions

## Monday, October 12, 2015

### Monday 10/12

Int 1 - we did a notebook quiz. If you were absent, see me to take the quiz.

Study - We are moving beyond addition to multiplication and division, making sure you memorize the answers, not sit and calculate them.

Study - We are moving beyond addition to multiplication and division, making sure you memorize the answers, not sit and calculate them.

## Wednesday, October 7, 2015

### Adv Math and Study Skills

Monday: The POW was due. If you did not turn it in, please do so. Better to have a late score than no score at all.

Tuesday: Skills worked on a art project to memorize a single fact that is tough to remember. Wednesday we will finish it and work on multiplying with Mangahigh.com

Wednesday: Int 1 took a test on equations. Hopefully they will be graded by tomorrow.

If you have not turned in a POW, please do so as soon as possible. I am stalling on the grades so I can give everyone a chance, because these grades REALLY affect your overall percents.

Tuesday: Skills worked on a art project to memorize a single fact that is tough to remember. Wednesday we will finish it and work on multiplying with Mangahigh.com

Wednesday: Int 1 took a test on equations. Hopefully they will be graded by tomorrow.

If you have not turned in a POW, please do so as soon as possible. I am stalling on the grades so I can give everyone a chance, because these grades REALLY affect your overall percents.

## Tuesday, September 22, 2015

### Monday/Tuesday

Int 1 Math: You turned in the assignments from the past week, Magic math, section 1.3 questions, and section 1.4 questions. The last two things are from the website.
Skills: We found all possible sums of single digit numbers, serving our goal of memorizing the addition tables. We also played a new game at www.mathplayground.com/logic_sum/points.html.
3D Design: We are working on understanding the 3D printers, blueprints, and more to make our first thing the Nameplate. Remember you have to finish the articles and answer the questions and pass the safety test before you can print.

## Wednesday, September 16, 2015

### Advanced Math Thursday Friday Assignments

Watch the videos below. Make sure you write down everything I write down, mostly. Then try the poroblem sets. Do the problems on seperate sheets of paper, and SHOW ALL YOUR WORK. Not every answer works out to be a whole number. If it is not a whole number, leave it as a fraction please. If you finish these before the end of Friday, you can go on mangahigh.com and try the teacher challenge. If you forgot your password, they are in a blue packet on the computer cart.

These are YouTube videos, and according to the new SDUSD policy, they should not be blocked. If they are, please click the link under the notes titles..

Notes 1.3

Problems:

1) 3(2x + 6) = -30

2) -2(x - 12) = 10

3) 10(4x + 5) = 17

4) 3x + 2(2x + 1) = 51

5) 12 = -2(-5y + 9)

6) 3(4z + 10) + 3z = -30

7) 6x - 3(2x + 8) = -24

8) 2n - 3(5n + 4) = 1

9) -5x + 2(-3x - 9) = -40

Notes 1.4

School Link for Video

These are YouTube videos, and according to the new SDUSD policy, they should not be blocked. If they are, please click the link under the notes titles..

Notes 1.3

*School link for video*Problems:

1) 3(2x + 6) = -30

2) -2(x - 12) = 10

3) 10(4x + 5) = 17

4) 3x + 2(2x + 1) = 51

5) 12 = -2(-5y + 9)

6) 3(4z + 10) + 3z = -30

7) 6x - 3(2x + 8) = -24

8) 2n - 3(5n + 4) = 1

9) -5x + 2(-3x - 9) = -40

Notes 1.4

School Link for Video

Problems:

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

## Tuesday, September 8, 2015

### First Day of School

Hello all, and welcome to the 2015-2016 school year. Here is where you will find all pertinent information for your classes:

Homeroom - Fill out the form in the manilla folder. Always bring your ID, lanyard, and planner to school.

Study Skills - Bring a positive attitude and your syllabus and tardy policy signed :)

Integrated 1 - Bring your A game and your syllabus and tardy policy signed.

3D Printing - Bring your syllabus and tardy policy signed tomorrow.

Homeroom - Fill out the form in the manilla folder. Always bring your ID, lanyard, and planner to school.

Study Skills - Bring a positive attitude and your syllabus and tardy policy signed :)

Integrated 1 - Bring your A game and your syllabus and tardy policy signed.

3D Printing - Bring your syllabus and tardy policy signed tomorrow.

## Tuesday, June 2, 2015

## Thursday, April 30, 2015

### Thursday 4/30

Periods 6,7: Finish page 64 and 65 about exponents, multiplying, dividing, and negatives.

Period 3: Scientific notation. Finish the page if you did not in class.

Period 3: Scientific notation. Finish the page if you did not in class.

## Tuesday, April 28, 2015

### Tuesday 4/28

Periods 3,5: Finish pages 65 and 64, adding, subtracting, and negative exponents

Period 4: Finish the area worksheet given in class.

Period 4: Finish the area worksheet given in class.

## Monday, April 27, 2015

### Monday 4/27

Periods 3,5,6,7: Finish page 64, intro to exponents

Period 4: Finish page d-53, measuring for perimeter and area

Period 4: Finish page d-53, measuring for perimeter and area

## Wednesday, April 8, 2015

## Monday, April 6, 2015

### Monday 4/6

All Classes: Today we did the citizenship rubric online. If you did not do it, go to the link above and submit a citizenship rubric for the 10 week grading period. You have until tonight.

Periods 3,5,6,7: Finish the area and perimeter worksheet. Tomorrow, we will start with circles.

Period 4: Finish classifying the triangles

Periods 3,5,6,7: Finish the area and perimeter worksheet. Tomorrow, we will start with circles.

Period 4: Finish classifying the triangles

## Thursday, March 12, 2015

### Thursday 3/12

Period 6,7: Finish page D-75 for homework. The backside is extra credit, estimating square roots.

Period 3: Most of you finished the Pythagorean Word problems worksheet, but if you didn't bring them back complete on Monday.

All Classes: The grades are current, up to date, and have all the extra credit in on them. If there is a mistake with homework, please make sure you see me.

Period 3: Most of you finished the Pythagorean Word problems worksheet, but if you didn't bring them back complete on Monday.

All Classes: The grades are current, up to date, and have all the extra credit in on them. If there is a mistake with homework, please make sure you see me.

## Wednesday, March 11, 2015

### Wednesday 3/11

All Classes: We did a notebook quiz. If you got a poor grade, you can always redo it. You have to remind me, because I will forget. Retakes are done during the warm-up time in class.

## Tuesday, March 10, 2015

### Tuesday 3/10

Period 3,5: We started learning about right triangles and the Pythagorean Theorem. Finish the worksheet on calculating the missing side of a right triangle. The back is extra credit, estimating square roots

Period 4: Homework is to finish the angle worksheet, finding the missing angles. Please label ALL missing angles.

Period 4: Homework is to finish the angle worksheet, finding the missing angles. Please label ALL missing angles.

## Monday, March 9, 2015

### Monday 3/9

Periods 3,5,6,7: We started drawing right triangles and measuring the missing side C. Finish filling in the table and figure out why I made you calculate a^2, b^2, and c^2

Period 4: Most of you finished the identifying angles worksheet

Period 4: Most of you finished the identifying angles worksheet

## Wednesday, March 4, 2015

### Wednesday 3/4

All Classes: We are continuing with the testing. Periods 3,4 and 5 finished today. Periods 6 and 7 will finish tomorrow.

## Monday, March 2, 2015

### Monday 3/2 - Testing week

This week, most classes will be doing online testing through Illuminate.

8th Grade: There are two tests, both count as extra credit. Do as well as you can to help boost your grade.

7th Grade: There is one test, but it is also extra credit.

8th Grade: There are two tests, both count as extra credit. Do as well as you can to help boost your grade.

7th Grade: There is one test, but it is also extra credit.

## Friday, February 27, 2015

### Friday 2/27

All classes: No homework, we took tests in our respective classes. Check your grades. Periods 5,7 are lagging due to population, but the rest of you should see all your grades in. If you have a 0 for homework but you did it, tell me and I will change it.

## Tuesday, February 24, 2015

### Tuesday 2/24

Periods 3,5: We did a practice test. All homework for the last two weeks is due on Thursday/Friday.

Period 4: We finished the work from Monday and got stamps, then worked on a practice test. The real test will be done on Friday. Calculators allowed, no notes.

Period 4: We finished the work from Monday and got stamps, then worked on a practice test. The real test will be done on Friday. Calculators allowed, no notes.

## Monday, February 23, 2015

### Monday 2/22

Homework for periods 3,5,6,7: Do 10 problems from the practice 6-3 worksheet.

Period 4: Finish finding percents for the circle graphs. I will give you a little time tomorrow to finish them.

Period 4: Finish finding percents for the circle graphs. I will give you a little time tomorrow to finish them.

## Wednesday, February 11, 2015

### Wednesday 2/11

All Periods:

**Problem of the Week**. See the POW page for template and another copy of the problems.

POW #4

If 3 people can paint 2 fences in 4 days, how long will it take 2 people to paint 1 fence?

If 3 people can paint 2 fences in 4 days, how long will it take 2 people to paint 1 fence?

## Monday, February 9, 2015

### Monday 2/9

Periods 3,5,6,7: We took a test on Functions. If you were at the elective fair, your test will be the day you come back.

Period 4: We learned IS/OF for solving percents, and you got a worksheet to finish.

Period 4: We learned IS/OF for solving percents, and you got a worksheet to finish.

## Thursday, February 5, 2015

### Thursday

Period 6,7: If you did not, finish algebra maeltdown on mangahigh.com

Period 3: WE are reviewing for the functions (chapter 6) test on monday.

Period 3: WE are reviewing for the functions (chapter 6) test on monday.

### Wednesday

Periods 3,5,6,7: We went on Mangahigh and tried finishing Algebra Meltdown.

Period 4: We did Ice, Ice, Maybe, on mangahigh.com. The homework for Tuesday/Thursday is to finish the challenge assigned on the website

Period 4: We did Ice, Ice, Maybe, on mangahigh.com. The homework for Tuesday/Thursday is to finish the challenge assigned on the website

## Tuesday, February 3, 2015

### Tuesday

Periods 3,5: You are to get a medal of any kind in Algebra Meltdown on mangahigh.com

Period 4: Get a medal in ice ice maybe in mangahigh.com

### Monday 2/1

Period 3,5,6,7: Finish page 129, finding the functions. Remember, functions that make lines are linear equations, THE THINGS WE HAVE DONE FOR FOUR WEEKS! Just fancy words

Period 4: Bring back the simple percents sheet, 100%, 50% 10%, 1%

## Friday, January 30, 2015

### Friday 1/30

Period 4: Finish the T-charts for finding percents using 10%.

Period 5,6,7: Bring back the partner work on identifying parts of functions. Very little math, mostly common sense.

## Thursday, January 29, 2015

### Thursday 1/29

Period 6,7: Finish the function worksheet, the backside substituting in.

Period 3: Bring back the identifying functions worksheet.

I will put the notes up sometime when I get back to school

## Wednesday, January 28, 2015

## Tuesday, January 27, 2015

### Tuesday 1/27

Periods 3,5: Finish the function worksheet from class, about identifying functions.

Period 4: Finish the percent/decimal worksheet

Period 4: Finish the percent/decimal worksheet

## Monday, January 26, 2015

### Monday 1/26

All Periods: We took out the new laptops, and played with them. Homework for most classes will start tomorrow.

## Wednesday, January 14, 2015

### Wednesday 1/14

Period 3,5: Continue working on workbook pages 91-93

Period 4: Finish the unit rate worksheet, use a calculator if needed.

Period 6,7: We started pages 91-93 in your workbook. Tomorrow there is a sub, and you can continue working on those things in class.

Period 4: Finish the unit rate worksheet, use a calculator if needed.

Period 6,7: We started pages 91-93 in your workbook. Tomorrow there is a sub, and you can continue working on those things in class.

## Tuesday, January 13, 2015

### Tuesday 1/13

Period 3,5: Homework is workbook pages 91-93.

Period 4: Homework is to bring back the unit rate graphing assignment if you did not give it to me today.

Period 4: Homework is to bring back the unit rate graphing assignment if you did not give it to me today.

## Monday, January 12, 2015

### Monday 1/12

Period 3,5: We learned how to quickly graph equations. There is a page of equations you need to finish graphing.

Period 6,7: We learned how to use the slope and y-intercept to get and equation. We did page 154.

Period 4: We started learning what a unit rate is. Just bring the unit rate worksheet back tomorrow for homework.

Period 6,7: We learned how to use the slope and y-intercept to get and equation. We did page 154.

Period 4: We started learning what a unit rate is. Just bring the unit rate worksheet back tomorrow for homework.

## Friday, January 9, 2015

### Friday 1/9

Period 4: We learned about inequalities and your homework is to make a poster about a situation that can be described with an inequality. Below are the notes we did on Tuesday.

Period 5: We learned about slope and y-intercept. Did page 154.

Period 6,7: We learned what slope was. See the post from 2 days ago to see the notes.

Period 5: We learned about slope and y-intercept. Did page 154.

Period 6,7: We learned what slope was. See the post from 2 days ago to see the notes.

## Thursday, January 8, 2015

### Thursday 1/8

Period 6,7: We did not meet, there was a field trip.

Period 3: We learned how to find the equation using slope and y-intercept. We did page 154.

Period 3: We learned how to find the equation using slope and y-intercept. We did page 154.

## Wednesday, January 7, 2015

## Tuesday, January 6, 2015

### Tuesday 1/6

Period 3,5: We learned about slope and started finding it for some lines. See me for the worksheet.

Period 4: We learned about inequalities:

Period 4: We learned about inequalities:

## Monday, January 5, 2015

### Monday 1/6/15

Periods 3,5,6,7: Graph the following.

y = -x + 3

y = -3x

y = 3x

y = -2x + 4

y = x

y = 3x - 9

y = 1/2(x)

y = 2x

y = 2x + 2

y = 2x + 4

Period 4: Finish the 2 step equation worksheet.

y = -x + 3

y = -3x

y = 3x

y = -2x + 4

y = x

y = 3x - 9

y = 1/2(x)

y = 2x

y = 2x + 2

y = 2x + 4

Period 4: Finish the 2 step equation worksheet.

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