## Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Watch the two videos below.  Take notes on both.  Then Try the worksheets the substitute will give you.  YOU MUST BE SIGNED IN WITH YOUR SANDI ID NUMBER TO WATCH THESE!!
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Links if the videos do not work.

## Tuesday, November 1, 2016

### 11/1

Periods 1,3,5: We learned about equations with fractions in them.  There were six problems to do.

## Monday, October 31, 2016

### 10/31

All classes: We did a graph (Batman).  Due in class.  If you did not turn it in, bring it tomorrow.

## Friday, October 7, 2016

### Friday 10/7

Int 1 - You did the graphing, or the function notation page HERE.  If you did not get it, do not worry, this is what we are doing Monday!

### Thursday 10/6

Int 1 - Some of you redid the test.  Others graphed functions.  See me for the graphing functions page.

## Wednesday, October 5, 2016

### Wednesday 10/5

Int 1 - Functions, notes and a worksheet.  See me for it.

## Monday, October 3, 2016

### Monday 10/3

Int 1 - Label what number set the numbers belong to.
Worksheet

## Thursday, September 29, 2016

### Thursday 9/29

Period 6: Compound Inequalities

## Wednesday, September 28, 2016

### Wednseday 9/28

Period 6: Multi-step Inequalities

## Monday, September 26, 2016

### Monday 9/26

Period 6: We learned about inequalities.

## Friday, September 16, 2016

### Friday 9/16

Periods 1,3,5: We started graphing wumps.  There is a sheet of points and one of graphs.  We will finish this IN CLASS on Monday.

Period 6: You came up with some crazy equations.  Bring the craziest one back Monday, or I stamped you today for getting it done.

## Thursday, September 15, 2016

### Thursday 9/15

Period 5: See yesterday for  link to the reflections worksheet.

Period 6: Do 7 equations from page 41, and four from page 42.  Can't post it because of copyright.  If you need one, see me.

## Wednesday, September 14, 2016

### Wednesday 9/14

Period 6: finish the 7 equations worksheet.  If you need a copy, ask and I will post it.

Period 1,3: Finish the rotations worksheet.

We are keeping track of all homework assignments now in our planners.  If you turn it in, make sure you get a stamp.

## Tuesday, September 13, 2016

### Tuesday 9/13

Math 8 - Translation and Reflections worksheet.

Homework will be kept track of in your planners now.  Make sure you get a stamp for work when you turn it in.  It is your receipt.  No stamp means no credit.

## Friday, September 2, 2016

### GPA Worksheet

Periods 3,5: The GPA worksheet is due next Tuesday.  Click HERE for a PDF of the file if you missed it.

GPA Worksheet

## Wednesday, August 31, 2016

### First Week of School

For All Classes:
Homework for the first week is to turn in the Syllabus, tardy policy, and wabbit graph you were given on the first day.  There are links on the right to the syllabus and tardy policy if you lost them.

## Friday, August 19, 2016

### 3D Printing Tools

What tools does your 3D class need:

http://mrbrzenski.blogspot.com/2016/08/tools-for-3d-printing-in-classroom.html

## Thursday, March 10, 2016

### Thursday 3/10

Proofs. Below are the problems from class. The first two can be done with five lines, the third one can be done with eight.

## Wednesday, March 2, 2016

### 3D Printing and Girl Scout Cookies

The article is about her selling prowess, but the cookie she is holding was 3D printed in my class. 2 colors on the Delta style printer she and 2 other students made.

## Friday, January 29, 2016

### Friday Bonus Two-Way Frequency Table

First, check this little Khan Academy link on what a two-way frequency table is. Do all your work on a separate sheet of paper.

1) Using the data table below (from page 508 in your book) can you construct a two-way frequency table that can determine if there is an association between LOCATION and EYE DOMINANCE?

2) Using the data table can you construct a two-way frequency table that can determine if there is an association between EYE DOMINANCE and being an ATHLETE?

3) Using the data table can you construct a two-way frequency table that can determine if there is an association between HAND DOMINANCE and being an LOCATION?

For the first question, your answer will look like a table with:

 Connecticut L.A. Total Left Eye Right Eye Total
with all the boxes filled in.  Look for trends of what boxes have more than others, significantly more.

## Wednesday, January 13, 2016

### Wednesday 1/13

Homework is #1-4.  For #3 and #4, look up how to find how many combinations there are using exponents.