Here is a link to the description of the project, and the choices you have for the problem you prove. The proofs do not need to be done in the two column format, but the reasons given need to be the actual properties used from math.

Triangle Congruence Project

Proofs to choose from:

## Monday, May 22, 2017

### 8CC Final Projects

## Menu Math Project.

Below are links to the handouts from class. You are required t odo ONE thing from each category, explaining scientific notation, solving equations, graphing linear equations, and using the Pythagorean theorem. Projects are small, but still done nicely.**Due June 2, NO EXCEPTIONS.**

**Menu Math Description and Rubric AND Problem Bank**

**Scientific**

**Notation page 223+224**

**Scientific Notation Page 230**

## Monday, May 15, 2017

### Int 1 Work

Finish the three proofs on the board.

Problem 1 has at least 5 lines. (2 givens, 2 proving lines, and the proof line)

Problem 2 has at least 5 lines (2 givens, 2 proving lines, and the proof line)

Problem 3 has at least 8 lines (4 givens, 3 proving lines, and the proof line. The proof line uses CPCTC)

Problem 1 has at least 5 lines. (2 givens, 2 proving lines, and the proof line)

Problem 2 has at least 5 lines (2 givens, 2 proving lines, and the proof line)

Problem 3 has at least 8 lines (4 givens, 3 proving lines, and the proof line. The proof line uses CPCTC)

## Wednesday, April 5, 2017

### April 5

Period 6: Normal Distribution Worksheet. Using the percents, can you figure out how many results are in each standard deviation.

Period 1,3: Simplifying exponents. Multiplying and dividing. 64 & 65 (tomorrow)

Period 1,3: Simplifying exponents. Multiplying and dividing. 64 & 65 (tomorrow)

## Wednesday, March 8, 2017

### Wednesday 3/8

Period 6: We finished two way frequency tables and did problems 8-12 from page 494-495

Period 1,3: we learned how to estimate square roots, and that these numbers are called "Irrational Numbers". Homework was an estimating page.

Period 1,3: we learned how to estimate square roots, and that these numbers are called "Irrational Numbers". Homework was an estimating page.

## Monday, March 6, 2017

### Monday 3/8

Periods 1,3,5: We learned about square roots, and how to solve them.

Period 6: We were introduced to two-frequency tables.

Period 6: We were introduced to two-frequency tables.

## Wednesday, March 1, 2017

### Thursday - Friday 3/2

Period 6:

Review mean, median mode and do worksheet. For box-and-whisker plots, watch and try the following activities on the link below. Watch the videos, and do the practice activities. Fast forward or pause at your leisure. Be sure to watch because I will assume you know this next week Monday when I build off of these lessons.

Khan Academy - Box and Whisker Graphs

Go through all six links on the left hand side of your screen. (The practice is really easy.)

Review mean, median mode and do worksheet. For box-and-whisker plots, watch and try the following activities on the link below. Watch the videos, and do the practice activities. Fast forward or pause at your leisure. Be sure to watch because I will assume you know this next week Monday when I build off of these lessons.

Khan Academy - Box and Whisker Graphs

Go through all six links on the left hand side of your screen. (The practice is really easy.)

## Monday, February 27, 2017

### Monday 2/27

Periods 1,3,5: We reviewed systems and are finishing the 12 systems from class.

Period 6: You got the practice test for simplifying radicals.

Period 6: You got the practice test for simplifying radicals.

## Wednesday, February 22, 2017

### Periods 1,3,5

Watch the following on how to solve systems where the variables do not quite cancel each other out. I do #5 and #8 from the worksheet from yesterday. You are responsible for doing 4 more.

### Period 5 2/23

Watch the videos below, take notes, and try to solve 8 equations from the worksheet you are given. Any 8 will do. The second video has the solution to #1 in it. (Make sure you are signed in to watch them)

### Advanced INT 1 Thursday 2/23 - Friday 2/24

Videos for Period 6:

Watch the following videos. Take notes. The first two go with Notes Simplifying Radicals and the first worksheet. The second goes with the worksheet with the fractions.

For Thursday

Watch the following videos. Take notes. The first two go with Notes Simplifying Radicals and the first worksheet. The second goes with the worksheet with the fractions.

For Thursday

For FRIDAY (Worksheet #3)

### Tuesday 2/21

Periods 1,3,5: Finish solving the systems of equations by graphing them and finding the point where they are the same.

## Tuesday, February 14, 2017

### Monday / Tuesday

Periods 1,3,5: We worked on the "Function Machine" project and turned it in today, Tuesday.

Period 6: We did prodigygame.com. There are assignments, that you complete just by paying the game. We are using this as review for the SBAC test in a couple of months. You will all be taking the GRADE LEVEL test, not the Integrated 1 test.

Period 6: We did prodigygame.com. There are assignments, that you complete just by paying the game. We are using this as review for the SBAC test in a couple of months. You will all be taking the GRADE LEVEL test, not the Integrated 1 test.

## Friday, February 10, 2017

### Friday 2/10

Periods 1,3,5: we started the Function Machine mini project. DUE 2/14. See below for a link to the guidelines and a sample I drew 1st period. We will work on it in class Monday and Tuesday. Do what you think you need to at home to make yourself successful turning in the project on Wednesday.

Function Project Rubric

Period 6: We took the exponents test. No homework.

Function Project Rubric

Period 6: We took the exponents test. No homework.

### Thursday 2/9

Period 5: Function machine worksheet.

Period 6; Practice questions, reviewing exponents. Test on Friday, 24 questions, multiple choice.

Period 6; Practice questions, reviewing exponents. Test on Friday, 24 questions, multiple choice.

## Wednesday, February 8, 2017

### Wednesday 2/8

Period 6: Scientific Notation Worksheet.

Period 1,3: Review functions with "Function Machines" - Robot page.

Period 1,3: Review functions with "Function Machines" - Robot page.

## Tuesday, February 7, 2017

### Tuesday 2/7

Period 1,3,5: Finish drawing graphs for the back of the function page. We did a couple in class, see below.

## Monday, February 6, 2017

### Monday 2/6

Periods 1,3,5: No homework. We finished last weeks, turned it in, and did some Prodigy math games

Period 6: we went over the scientific notation page, and turned in homework from last week. I will write down final scores on Wednesday, and put them in the grade book.

## Friday, February 3, 2017

### Friday 2/3/17

Periods 1,3,5: Finish graphing the functions from Wednesdays homework. Due next Monday. There are 4 assignments this week, 16 total points possible for the first homework set.

Period 6: Take four of the constants from the pages below. Write them out in standard notation, and give a short explanation of what they are. See attached files, with Plancks' Constant worked out for you.

http://pdg.ge.infn.it/2015/reviews/rpp2014-rev-phys-constants.pdf

http://pdg.lbl.gov/2015/reviews/rpp2015-rev-astrophysical-constants.pdf

Handout to Fill In

An example:

Period 6: Take four of the constants from the pages below. Write them out in standard notation, and give a short explanation of what they are. See attached files, with Plancks' Constant worked out for you.

http://pdg.ge.infn.it/2015/reviews/rpp2014-rev-phys-constants.pdf

http://pdg.lbl.gov/2015/reviews/rpp2015-rev-astrophysical-constants.pdf

Handout to Fill In

An example:

**Quantity:**

__Earth Mass__**Symbol / Equation:**

**M**

_{⊕}

**Value (Scientific Notation):**

**5.9726(7) x 10**

^{24}kg

**Value (Standard Notation):**

**5,972,670,000,000,000,000,000,000**

**Definition:**

**The mass of the Earth, how much matter the Earth takes up in kilograms, or if you balanced an Earth on a scale, how many kilograms would balance with it.**

### Thursday

Period 1,3,5: Finish matching the functions with the pictures, "Going backwards" worksheet.

Period 6: Page 77, simplifying fractions with exponents.

Period 6: Page 77, simplifying fractions with exponents.

## Wednesday, February 1, 2017

### February 1

Periods 1,3,5: Finish the patterns sheet that has no pictures. Same thing, just without the pictures.

Period 6: Two sided worksheet on exponent rules. Bring page 400 tomorrow also so we can go over it.

Period 6: Two sided worksheet on exponent rules. Bring page 400 tomorrow also so we can go over it.

## Tuesday, January 31, 2017

### January 31

Homework for periods 1,3,5: Finish "Exploring Patterns" page. Front and back, equations listed, and what would the 100th pattern be.

Period 6: Page 400 from the book, #1-4

Period 6: Page 400 from the book, #1-4

## Wednesday, January 11, 2017

### Period 5 1/12/17

Sorry I am not there again. Take notes from the videos, and do the worksheet. It looks intimidating but is one step to solve all the equations. Use the calculator on your computer.

If the videos do not work, make sure you are signed in to your school Google account.

Links if videos do not show.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNh_FDLrrcI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccXarny5Fxc

If the videos do not work, make sure you are signed in to your school Google account.

Links if videos do not show.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNh_FDLrrcI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccXarny5Fxc

## Tuesday, January 10, 2017

### 1/10 Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

Watch the video below. Take notes. Write down everything.

If you cannot view the videos, make sure you are signed in to Google using your student ID account.

The worksheet you get will have one equation written for you.

Graph that equation.

|| = Parallel. Make up a parallel equation and graph it.

⊥ = Perpendicular. Make up a perpendicular equation and graph it.

If you cannot view the videos, make sure you are signed in to Google using your student ID account.

The worksheet you get will have one equation written for you.

Graph that equation.

|| = Parallel. Make up a parallel equation and graph it.

⊥ = Perpendicular. Make up a perpendicular equation and graph it.

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