There is no homework over the break. IF you are behind, you can do extra credit or redo the project from the last week.

Enjoy the break.

## Tuesday, December 22, 2009

## Tuesday, December 15, 2009

### Tuesday 12/15/09

No homework for most classes. Algebra Readiness is working on a three day project. Please make sure you finish, the project is worth 40 points.

Algebra is doing work with slope and y-intercept. Homework for period 2 was to finish the 12 graphs you found slope and y-intercept for. Find the equations of those lines.

Algebra is doing work with slope and y-intercept. Homework for period 2 was to finish the 12 graphs you found slope and y-intercept for. Find the equations of those lines.

## Monday, December 14, 2009

### Monday 12/14/09

Homework for Algebra Readiness: Cut out all the circles you finished in class. Tomorrow we start gluing them together to make new circles.

Algebra: finish the slope worksheet.

there will be no homework tracking sheet this week, because we will only have two homework assignments. Today and tomorrow.

Algebra: finish the slope worksheet.

there will be no homework tracking sheet this week, because we will only have two homework assignments. Today and tomorrow.

## Thursday, December 10, 2009

### Thrusday 12/9/p9

Homework for Period 4,6: Finish estimating worksheet

Homework for period 7: Look at yesterdays post

Period 1: Finish backside of the mulitplication worksheet c-54

Homework for period 7: Look at yesterdays post

Period 1: Finish backside of the mulitplication worksheet c-54

## Wednesday, December 9, 2009

### Wednesday 12/9/09

Period 6- finish review c-40

Period 7 - Page 224 #1-18

Period 1,3- Estimating fractions worksheet

Period 2 - Page 249 #27 - 35

Period 7 - Page 224 #1-18

Period 1,3- Estimating fractions worksheet

Period 2 - Page 249 #27 - 35

### Tuesday 12/8/09

Homework for periods 1,3,4

Finish review page c-40.

Homework for period 2

Page 224 #1-18, review for test tomorrow

Finish review page c-40.

Homework for period 2

Page 224 #1-18, review for test tomorrow

### Monday 12/7/09

Homework for periods 1,3,4,6

Finish adding side of worksheet c-38

Homework for period 2- Finish your equation mini-poster

Period 7 - No homework

Finish adding side of worksheet c-38

Homework for period 2- Finish your equation mini-poster

Period 7 - No homework

## Friday, December 4, 2009

### Grades Issues

Many of you have noted that grades have not been updated in about a month. I recieved a new computer at school to replace my old one, and the program I use to make PDF's of your grades is not on it. I am waiting for the tech guys from the district to install it on my computer.

So, until that time, I have no way of putting the grades up on the website. Just see me and I can show you your grade.

So, until that time, I have no way of putting the grades up on the website. Just see me and I can show you your grade.

### Grades for next week

Everyone has 1 week to make up any missing grades, as grades will be posted next Friday. Please make sure anything you are missing is turned in, and do all those assignments that are sitting in your backpacks.

### Grades for next week

Everyone has 1 week to make up any missing grades, as grades will be posted next Friday. Please make sure anything you are missing is turned in, and do all those assignments that are sitting in your backpacks.

### Friday 12/4/09

Homework for periods 2,7 (Algebra) Finish page 148, changing standard form equations to slope-intercept form

Homework for periods 3,4,6: Finish changing the 18 problems on the board from fractions to decimals.

Homework for periods 3,4,6: Finish changing the 18 problems on the board from fractions to decimals.

## Thursday, December 3, 2009

### Thursday 12/3/09

Homework for periods 4,6 Finish the maze worksheet using your new fraction-decimal charts

Homework for 7: Page 196 #1-12

Homework for period 1: Finish the 18 problems converting fractions to decimals we copied in class. (Fraction - Decimal worksheet )

Homework for 7: Page 196 #1-12

Homework for period 1: Finish the 18 problems converting fractions to decimals we copied in class. (Fraction - Decimal worksheet )

## Wednesday, December 2, 2009

### Wednesday 12/2/09

Homework for period 6: Finish page c-71, changing fractions to decimals. Do not worry about the back side.

Period 7: NO HOMEWORK!! if you did not turn in the function page, please be sure you do tomorrow.

Period 1, 3: Finish the maze from page c-72, changing fractions to decinmals. You can use your fraction-decimal chart if you wish.

Period 7: NO HOMEWORK!! if you did not turn in the function page, please be sure you do tomorrow.

Period 1, 3: Finish the maze from page c-72, changing fractions to decinmals. You can use your fraction-decimal chart if you wish.

## Tuesday, December 1, 2009

### Tuesday 12/1/09

Homework for Algebra Readiness: Finish c-71, changing fractions to decimals and back again.

Homework for algebra: Page 189 31-6. For #4-6, you are finding your own equations to go with the points.

Homework for algebra: Page 189 31-6. For #4-6, you are finding your own equations to go with the points.

### Monday 11/30/09

Homework for Algebra: finish the worksheet 146 graphing equations

Algebra Readiness- finish c-27, simplifying fractions

Algebra Readiness- finish c-27, simplifying fractions

## Friday, November 20, 2009

### Friday 11/20/09

There is no homework for any class over the break. Please take this time to enjoy the time off. If you are behind in work now is the time to look up work to do on the website and turn it in when you come back.

If you need other things to do. Pick a section out of the book from chapters 1,2, or 3. Do 25 problems from one of the sections, I will give you 5 points to use on tracking sheets or classworks, to make up missed assignments.

If you need other things to do. Pick a section out of the book from chapters 1,2, or 3. Do 25 problems from one of the sections, I will give you 5 points to use on tracking sheets or classworks, to make up missed assignments.

## Thursday, November 19, 2009

### Thursday 11/19/09

Homework for periods 4,6

Finish page c-25, equivalent fractions

Period 7: Finish graphing the equations that were on the board. Look at yesterdays post to see what the equations are. If you need graph paper, look at the link on the right of this page, and click the one that says "6 mini graphs".

Period 1: There was no homework. You turned in the tracking sheets today. Have a good week.

Finish page c-25, equivalent fractions

Period 7: Finish graphing the equations that were on the board. Look at yesterdays post to see what the equations are. If you need graph paper, look at the link on the right of this page, and click the one that says "6 mini graphs".

Period 1: There was no homework. You turned in the tracking sheets today. Have a good week.

### Wednseday 11/18/09

Homework for period 7:

finish page 175 handout on functions

Period 6: Finish pages C-7,C-18 on gcf and LCM

Period 1: Finish page c-25 on equivalent fractions

Period 2: Finish graphing the 7 equations from class

y=|x|

y = x + 2

y = |x| + 2

f(x) = x

f(x) = 2x + 3

y = 3x

y = -3x + 1

Period 3: Same as period 6 above

finish page 175 handout on functions

Period 6: Finish pages C-7,C-18 on gcf and LCM

Period 1: Finish page c-25 on equivalent fractions

Period 2: Finish graphing the 7 equations from class

y=|x|

y = x + 2

y = |x| + 2

f(x) = x

^{2}f(x) = 2x + 3

y = 3x

y = -3x + 1

Period 3: Same as period 6 above

## Tuesday, November 17, 2009

### Tuesday 11/17/09

Homework for Algebra:

Finish the worksheet handout in class on functions

homework for algebra readiness:

finish the GCF LCM worksheet. Please finish both sides.

Finish the worksheet handout in class on functions

homework for algebra readiness:

finish the GCF LCM worksheet. Please finish both sides.

## Monday, November 16, 2009

### Monday 11/16/09

Homework for today:

Algebra readiness: finish page c-13 and c-15 both sides.

Algebra: Finish graphing the LA logo.

the tracking sheet for this week is #9. We are working on individual quiet work to help our test scores. You have done very well with group working and working with partners, we just need to increase our test skills to match our group skills. I will also be helping your test taking skills by giving some test taking exercises to you over the next few weeks to help ease any anxieties or fears you have about test taking.

Algebra readiness: finish page c-13 and c-15 both sides.

Algebra: Finish graphing the LA logo.

the tracking sheet for this week is #9. We are working on individual quiet work to help our test scores. You have done very well with group working and working with partners, we just need to increase our test skills to match our group skills. I will also be helping your test taking skills by giving some test taking exercises to you over the next few weeks to help ease any anxieties or fears you have about test taking.

## Thursday, November 12, 2009

### Tuesday/Thrusday 11/12/09

There is no homework for this week. This is a good time to do make up work or any homeworks you are missing.

For periods 4,6,7,1, for the weekend, you are to make up ALL the problems you missed on the benchmark. Either with a short sentence explaining why you got the wrong answer, or work showing how to get the right answer. Made up problems will replace the missed ones on the benchmark.

"I guessed wrong" is not a good answer to why you missed a problem.

"I added negative 4 and got 6 when it should have been -3" is a good sentence.

For periods 4,6,7,1, for the weekend, you are to make up ALL the problems you missed on the benchmark. Either with a short sentence explaining why you got the wrong answer, or work showing how to get the right answer. Made up problems will replace the missed ones on the benchmark.

"I guessed wrong" is not a good answer to why you missed a problem.

"I added negative 4 and got 6 when it should have been -3" is a good sentence.

## Monday, November 9, 2009

### Monday 11/9/09

For All classes:

There is no homework today.

Algebra Readiness: Here is a link to the test we are having tomorrow. No notes may be used on this test. Pythagorean TEST link

Algebra: If you did not turn in the review from today, please turn it in tomorrow. it is a classwork, not homework.

Every class will have their test next time we meet, so please be prepared.

Algebra: Test on Chapter 3

Algebra Readiness: Pythagorean Test

There is no homework today.

Algebra Readiness: Here is a link to the test we are having tomorrow. No notes may be used on this test. Pythagorean TEST link

Algebra: If you did not turn in the review from today, please turn it in tomorrow. it is a classwork, not homework.

Every class will have their test next time we meet, so please be prepared.

Algebra: Test on Chapter 3

Algebra Readiness: Pythagorean Test

## Saturday, November 7, 2009

### Friday 11/7/09

Algebra Readiness: Finish graphing the triangles and finding the perimeter from the classwork.

Algebra: Finish the worksheet that had absolute value problems in them.

Algebra: Finish the worksheet that had absolute value problems in them.

## Thursday, November 5, 2009

### Thursday 11/5/09

Homework for Algebra

#1-21 and #31-36 Page 165

Homework for period 4,6: Finish page 118 #2-5

Period 1: finish graphing the triangles and finding their perimeter.

#1-21 and #31-36 Page 165

Homework for period 4,6: Finish page 118 #2-5

Period 1: finish graphing the triangles and finding their perimeter.

## Wednesday, November 4, 2009

### Wednesday 11/4/09

Algebra: Page 144 #1-21. 1-15 was done in class, so you just have to finish the last 6. For those problems, there are 2 different answers. Its not going to be 6 and -6, but something like 6 and -15.

Algebra Readiness: Pythagorean problems #2-6 on page 138.

Algebra Readiness: Pythagorean problems #2-6 on page 138.

### Tuesday 11/3/09

Homework for all classes: Finish the crossword puzzle for the word problems about multiplying or dividing you received after the benchmark.

## Friday, October 30, 2009

## Thursday, October 29, 2009

### Wednesday 10/29/09

Homework for Period 6; Page 418 #5-15

Homework for periods 1,3

Finish the worksheet that was estimating square roots (page D-72).

Homework for period 2

On page 154 #20 - 25

Homework for periods 1,3

Finish the worksheet that was estimating square roots (page D-72).

Homework for period 2

On page 154 #20 - 25

## Tuesday, October 27, 2009

### Tuesday 10/27/09

Homework for Algebra: Problems #5, 6, 7, 12, 14, 13, 29, 32

There are two parts to the answer.

1)Rewriting the answer so it is one big inequality

Example: x < 2 and x > -3 is -3 < x > 2

2) Graphing the answer. It should be shaded in between two points

Homework for Algebra Readiness:

Page 418 #5-15

There are two parts to the answer.

1)Rewriting the answer so it is one big inequality

Example: x < 2 and x > -3 is -3 < x > 2

2) Graphing the answer. It should be shaded in between two points

Homework for Algebra Readiness:

Page 418 #5-15

## Monday, October 26, 2009

## Friday, October 23, 2009

### Grades

Grades will be up tomorrow. There is an issue with the scanning, so algebra readiness will not have the grades on this progress report. I will try to get the grades posted as soon as possible so everyone knows what you are getting.

### Friday 10/23/09

Homework today for all periods:

Finish the search and shade you received while taking the test (Search and Shade #35).

Grades posted today will refect what you get on the progress report. A couple things of note:

1) Algebra Readiness Test grade might or might not be included based on if the scanner works today.

2) 7th period algebras grade might not show up on the website until tomorrow morning.

Finish the search and shade you received while taking the test (Search and Shade #35).

Grades posted today will refect what you get on the progress report. A couple things of note:

1) Algebra Readiness Test grade might or might not be included based on if the scanner works today.

2) 7th period algebras grade might not show up on the website until tomorrow morning.

### Thursday 10/23/09

I missed a day?!?

Homework for period 4,6

Finish Page 104 #2-9

Period 7, Page 79 #19 - 24

Homework for period 1: Finish the crossword for multiplying or dividing word problems you received after the test.

Homework for period 4,6

Finish Page 104 #2-9

Period 7, Page 79 #19 - 24

Homework for period 1: Finish the crossword for multiplying or dividing word problems you received after the test.

## Wednesday, October 21, 2009

### Wednesday 10/21/09

Homework for Period 6,7, look at yesterdays post.

Homework for algebra Readiness: Page 109, #2-9

Homework for Algebra: Page 79 #19-24

Homework for algebra Readiness: Page 109, #2-9

Homework for Algebra: Page 79 #19-24

## Tuesday, October 20, 2009

### tuesday 10/20/09

Homework for periods 1,3,4

Page 336 #2-14

Homework for period 2

Page 139 #1, 8, 17, 18

Page 146 #1, 6, 17, 22, 25

Page 336 #2-14

Homework for period 2

Page 139 #1, 8, 17, 18

Page 146 #1, 6, 17, 22, 25

## Monday, October 19, 2009

### Monday 10/19/09

Homework for all classes(amazing!): Finish the inequalities review worksheet we started in class.

In other news, I just realized that there was another computer glitch (why so many) and no one received phone calls for missing homework last week or the week before. Its fixed. If you get a phone call saying you are missing several homework assignments, it means I don't have your tracking sheet, or you have a really low score on it. Turn in your tracking sheet next time you see me. Some points is better than 0.

The grades are now current. Click on the link to see the grade as of today.

In other news, I just realized that there was another computer glitch (why so many) and no one received phone calls for missing homework last week or the week before. Its fixed. If you get a phone call saying you are missing several homework assignments, it means I don't have your tracking sheet, or you have a really low score on it. Turn in your tracking sheet next time you see me. Some points is better than 0.

The grades are now current. Click on the link to see the grade as of today.

## Friday, October 16, 2009

### Friday 10/16/09

Homework for periods 3,4,6

Finish the 8 equations that were on the board. Show the steps and tell me the answers.

Homework for periods 2,7

Find alternate forms of the formulae.

For Trapezoid: A=½(b

If you distribute the ½ and the H to the parenthesis, the equation becomes

A = ½b

Then, solving for b

A - ½b

To get rid of the ½, mulitply both sides by 2 to get

2(a - ½b

divide both sides by H to get:

2(a - ½b

Finish the 8 equations that were on the board. Show the steps and tell me the answers.

Homework for periods 2,7

Find alternate forms of the formulae.

For Trapezoid: A=½(b

_{1}+ b_{2}) x HIf you distribute the ½ and the H to the parenthesis, the equation becomes

A = ½b

_{1}H + ½b_{2}HThen, solving for b

_{1}, you subtract ½b_{2}H from each side to get:A - ½b

_{2}H = ½b_{1}HTo get rid of the ½, mulitply both sides by 2 to get

2(a - ½b

_{2}H) = b_{1}Hdivide both sides by H to get:

2(a - ½b

_{2}H)/H = b_{1}## Thursday, October 15, 2009

### Thursday 10/15/09

Homework for period 7: Find the equations of the 2 patterns given.

Period 4,6 Finish solving the 2 step equations we started in class.

Period 1: #7-14 on page 98.

Notebook Quiz Tomorrow!! Bring your journals to class

Period 4,6 Finish solving the 2 step equations we started in class.

Period 1: #7-14 on page 98.

Notebook Quiz Tomorrow!! Bring your journals to class

## Wednesday, October 14, 2009

### Wednseday 10/14/09

Homework for Algebra: Page 98 #1-6 unit rate problems

Period 6: Problems 23-31 on page 98. Skip # 25

Period 1,3 : Finish the 2-step problems from class. Label the two steps and write the answer. You do NOT have to show work.

Period 6: Problems 23-31 on page 98. Skip # 25

Period 1,3 : Finish the 2-step problems from class. Label the two steps and write the answer. You do NOT have to show work.

## Tuesday, October 13, 2009

### Tuesday 10/13/09

Homework for periods 1,3

Finish Page 98, #2-10 and #13-19

Homework for period 2

# 26-30 and #16-22

Period 4

Page 98, #23-24 and #32-37

For problems #23 and #24 the bodyboard costs $50.00 (look at the picture to the left of the question)

How much money would you need to save each week to get the bodyboard in 9 weeks?

Finish Page 98, #2-10 and #13-19

Homework for period 2

# 26-30 and #16-22

Period 4

Page 98, #23-24 and #32-37

For problems #23 and #24 the bodyboard costs $50.00 (look at the picture to the left of the question)

How much money would you need to save each week to get the bodyboard in 9 weeks?

## Monday, October 12, 2009

### Monday 10/12/09

Homework for periods 1,3,4

Page 89 #6-13

Page 93 #2-9

period 6

Page 98 2-10 an #13-17

Period 2

Page 86 #2-10

Period 7

Page #16-24 and #27

I will try tomorrow to get everyone on the same page.

Page 89 #6-13

Page 93 #2-9

period 6

Page 98 2-10 an #13-17

Period 2

Page 86 #2-10

Period 7

Page #16-24 and #27

I will try tomorrow to get everyone on the same page.

## Friday, October 9, 2009

### Friday 10/9/09

Homework for all periods: finish the search and shade from the testing time.

Grades are posted and current except for the test. it will show on next weeks report.

Grades are posted and current except for the test. it will show on next weeks report.

## Thursday, October 8, 2009

### Thursday 10/8/09

Homework for periods 4,6

Page 82 #4-14. Do not write the problem, just put the answer.

Period 7

Page 87 # 24 - 29

period 1

multiplying decimals search and shade

Page 82 #4-14. Do not write the problem, just put the answer.

Period 7

Page 87 # 24 - 29

period 1

multiplying decimals search and shade

## Wednesday, October 7, 2009

## Tuesday, October 6, 2009

### Tuesday 10/6/09

Homework for all periods: Finish the comic you started in class. For algebra, you are showing me how to solve #31-35. For algebra readiness, you are explaining 3 of the following properties: associative, distributive, commutative, inverse, and identity.

## Monday, October 5, 2009

### Monday 10/5/09

Homework for Periods 1 Page 380 #1-10

Period 2 Finish problems #31-35 on page 80 of your textbook

Period 6 Finish practice test in back of chapter 2, the odd #;s only

Period 7 Problems #23, #26, #29, #30 on page 79

Period 2 Finish problems #31-35 on page 80 of your textbook

Period 6 Finish practice test in back of chapter 2, the odd #;s only

Period 7 Problems #23, #26, #29, #30 on page 79

## Saturday, October 3, 2009

### Friday 10/2/09

I left the grades the same. Only one or two people have changed it (for the better!).

Algebra Readiness: Period 3,4 Finish properties worksheet (associative ad Commutative)

Period 6, Book page 380 #1-10 Simplifying expressions

Algebra

Period 2: Write 3 sets of 3 equivalent equations

Period 6: Numbers 31-35 on page 80 in your book

Algebra Readiness: Period 3,4 Finish properties worksheet (associative ad Commutative)

Period 6, Book page 380 #1-10 Simplifying expressions

Algebra

Period 2: Write 3 sets of 3 equivalent equations

Period 6: Numbers 31-35 on page 80 in your book

## Thursday, October 1, 2009

### Thursday 10/1/09

Algebra: Write me 3 sets of 3 (9 total) equations that are the same as each other. You can multiply or divide to change the equations.

Algebra Readiness: Period 4 - Finish the distributive property worksheet

Period 6, 1: 8 problems from algebra book. Here is a link to the problems (#1-8)

Algebra Readiness: Period 4 - Finish the distributive property worksheet

Period 6, 1: 8 problems from algebra book. Here is a link to the problems (#1-8)

## Wednesday, September 30, 2009

### Grades

Grades are now current. They are arranged by period and by student ID number. Any issues, ask me tomorrow.

Period 6 Links

Algebra Book Page 48

Algebra Book Page 49

Do #15-23 and #67-76

Period 1,3

Finish the handcuff worksheet we started in class

Period 2 Algebra: Finish the 6 fraction equations we did in class.

Algebra Book Page 48

Algebra Book Page 49

Do #15-23 and #67-76

Period 1,3

Finish the handcuff worksheet we started in class

Period 2 Algebra: Finish the 6 fraction equations we did in class.

### Wednesday 9/30/09

Homework for period 6

Algebra Book Page 43-44 #15-23 and 67-76. The links to those pages will be in the next post.

Period 7 Algebra:

Solve #7 6/7x + 2/14 = 10/14

Solve #8 1/5x + 3/5 = 11/5

Period 1 Algebra Readiness : Handcuffs worksheet

Period 2: Next post

Period 3: Next post

Algebra Book Page 43-44 #15-23 and 67-76. The links to those pages will be in the next post.

Period 7 Algebra:

Solve #7 6/7x + 2/14 = 10/14

Solve #8 1/5x + 3/5 = 11/5

Period 1 Algebra Readiness : Handcuffs worksheet

Period 2: Next post

Period 3: Next post

## Monday, September 28, 2009

### Tuesday 9/29/09

There will be a substitute on Tuesday 9/29/09. There will be no homework for periods 1-4 this day. Please be kind and respectful to the substitute. The classwork will be easy, just do what he says and enjoy the day. I am going to a training on the Promethean board and will hopefully get us on the delivery list for our class set of computers.

### Monday 9/28/09

Having trouble printing to a pdf file. Will give out grades and post them when I can fix the problem

Algebra Readiness: In your book. Page 79 #32-40. Just like the classwork.

Algebra: Solve the problems we worked on in class. Period 2 #5-14

Period 7 #28 - 39 both on page 72

Algebra Readiness: In your book. Page 79 #32-40. Just like the classwork.

Algebra: Solve the problems we worked on in class. Period 2 #5-14

Period 7 #28 - 39 both on page 72

## Saturday, September 26, 2009

### Friday 9/26/09

I fell asleep. Sorry.

Algebra Readiness: Page 68 in your book. #1-16. Rules are the same as mulitplication. Look in your journal for the rules about the sign.

Algebra: Page 72 # 1-4. 2-step equations. Be sure to show your work.

Grades will be up later. Having trouble printing to make a pdf file.

Algebra Readiness: Page 68 in your book. #1-16. Rules are the same as mulitplication. Look in your journal for the rules about the sign.

Algebra: Page 72 # 1-4. 2-step equations. Be sure to show your work.

Grades will be up later. Having trouble printing to make a pdf file.

## Thursday, September 24, 2009

### Thursday 9/24/09

Homework for ALgebra Period 2: Page 68, #1-12

Homework for algebra Readiness period 1: Finish the multiplication worksheet

Homework for algebra Readiness period 1: Finish the multiplication worksheet

## Wednesday, September 23, 2009

### Wednesday 9/23/09

Homework for periods 4,6,7 look at yesterdays posts.

Algebra Readiness: Finish the multiplication page. Same sign ends up positive, different signs make a negative.

Algebra Readiness: Finish the multiplication page. Same sign ends up positive, different signs make a negative.

## Tuesday, September 22, 2009

### Algebra Homework

Here are the links to the to pages the homework is on. They are each 5mb pdf files, they might take a little bit to download.

Page 54 (problems 1-10)

Page 55 Problems 31 - 36

Page 54 (problems 1-10)

Page 55 Problems 31 - 36

### Tuesday 9/22/09

For periods 6,7 look at yesterdays post

Algebra Readiness: Finish pge 25, the handout on integers and absolute value

Algebra: Page 54, #1-10 and #31-36. I'll put the link to the problems in the next post.

Algebra Readiness: Finish pge 25, the handout on integers and absolute value

Algebra: Page 54, #1-10 and #31-36. I'll put the link to the problems in the next post.

## Monday, September 21, 2009

### Monday 9/21/09

Algebra Readiness: Finish the search and shade work. You have to do ALL the problems, but you do not have to do all the pictures.

Algebra: Page 48, #15 - 24. Use the distributive property to simplify the expressions.

Algebra: Page 48, #15 - 24. Use the distributive property to simplify the expressions.

## Sunday, September 20, 2009

### Friday 9/18/09

Algebra Readiness: Finish backside of subtraction worksheet. It is all addition, do not switch signs.

Algebra: Period 1 - The questions you did wrong on the quiz, redo on a seperate sheet and turn in Monday with the quiz. Be sure to show your work.

Period 7: Do the quiz. We will go over it on Monday.

Algebra: Period 1 - The questions you did wrong on the quiz, redo on a seperate sheet and turn in Monday with the quiz. Be sure to show your work.

Period 7: Do the quiz. We will go over it on Monday.

### Thursday 9/20/09

Periods 4,6,7 See previous post

ALGEBRA READINESS: Finish the backside of the subtraction worksheet. It is all addition, do not switch anything. add as you normally would.

ALGEBRA READINESS: Finish the backside of the subtraction worksheet. It is all addition, do not switch anything. add as you normally would.

## Wednesday, September 16, 2009

### Wednesday 9/16/09

For Periods 6 an7, please see the previous post (yesterday)

Algebra Readiness

Finish the backside of the adding integers worksheet. When you are done, you will have done 95 addition problems.

Algebra: Do the 7 absolute value problems that where on the board. See below if you need the problems

1) |-11 + 6| =

2) -|10 + (-4)| =

3) 3|-2| + |-3| =

4) |-7| + |7| =

5) -|-4| + |-4| =

6) |-18 + 1| =

7) |-30| + |3| =

Algebra Readiness

Finish the backside of the adding integers worksheet. When you are done, you will have done 95 addition problems.

Algebra: Do the 7 absolute value problems that where on the board. See below if you need the problems

1) |-11 + 6| =

2) -|10 + (-4)| =

3) 3|-2| + |-3| =

4) |-7| + |7| =

5) -|-4| + |-4| =

6) |-18 + 1| =

7) |-30| + |3| =

## Tuesday, September 15, 2009

### Tuesday 9/15/09

Algebra Readiness: Finish the five problems that were on the board. You have to evaluate the given expression for the given values.

Algebra: You are to find 5 rational and 5 irrational numbers and write them down.

Remember: Irrational numbers are 1) non repeating never ending decimals. 2) Square roots with no answer.

Algebra: You are to find 5 rational and 5 irrational numbers and write them down.

Remember: Irrational numbers are 1) non repeating never ending decimals. 2) Square roots with no answer.

### Monday 9/14/2009

Algebra Readiness: Finish the worksheet from class (Math Challenge) and please make sure to write the answers to your equations.

Algebra: Finish the double cross (page 1 Algebra) from classwork.

Be sure to bring your homework tracking sheet to class tomorrow.

Algebra: Finish the double cross (page 1 Algebra) from classwork.

Be sure to bring your homework tracking sheet to class tomorrow.

## Friday, September 11, 2009

### Textbook Distribution Schedule

You will receive all of your textbooks in your math class on the following days. Please make sure on your day you bring your student ID and a backpack to carry your books. Everyone has at least four books to carry.

Thursday 9/17 --- Period 6

Friday 9/18 --- Periods 4, 5, 7

Wednesday 9/23 --- Periods 1, 2, 3

Thursday 9/17 --- Period 6

Friday 9/18 --- Periods 4, 5, 7

Wednesday 9/23 --- Periods 1, 2, 3

### Friday 9/11/09

Algebra Readiness: Today we went over order of operations. There was no homework. Please bring your journal to class every day.

Algebra: We reviewed writing expressions. Please remember to bring your journal to class every day.

Algebra: We reviewed writing expressions. Please remember to bring your journal to class every day.

## Thursday, September 10, 2009

### Thursday 9/10/09

Please remember that from now on you have to bring your math journal to class everyday!! There is no homework today or tomorrow, we will start that next week.

## Wednesday, September 9, 2009

### Wednesday 9/9/09

Tomorrow!!! All students need to bring a math journal to class. We will start warmups, notes, and putting things in our journals. Target still has a pack of four for 60 cents.

Please also bring your class expectations back, and the graphing worksheet. The expectations will go in your journal, and you are turning in the graph for credit (your second grade).

Please also bring your class expectations back, and the graphing worksheet. The expectations will go in your journal, and you are turning in the graph for credit (your second grade).

### Tuesday 9/8/09

Tomorrow everyone should be bringing back their expectations signed by their parents. I am just checking off that everyone has them signed.

You should also have a spiral bound notebook just for your math journal. You have until Thursday to bring it.

You should also have a spiral bound notebook just for your math journal. You have until Thursday to bring it.

## Friday, September 4, 2009

### Things you NEED for the first day (or two)

1) My room has changed to room 105, one door down.

2) It is VERY HOT!!! Don't wear pants. Shorts, light shirt, bring water to drink.

3) It is HOT!!

4) You will need a journal just for math. Standard spiral bound 80 page notebook is fine, or a composition book. This will be for MATH ONLY!! You will still need paper and a regular binder to keep other stuff in. This is new for this year.

Look forward to seeing you on Tuesday.

Mr. B.

2) It is VERY HOT!!! Don't wear pants. Shorts, light shirt, bring water to drink.

3) It is HOT!!

4) You will need a journal just for math. Standard spiral bound 80 page notebook is fine, or a composition book. This will be for MATH ONLY!! You will still need paper and a regular binder to keep other stuff in. This is new for this year.

Look forward to seeing you on Tuesday.

Mr. B.

## Thursday, September 3, 2009

## Friday, August 7, 2009

### Coolest site of the YEAR!!!!!!!!!

http://www.wolframalpha.com/

Go here and type in what you want. Whats the square root of 5694948594.2342? Type in your birthday and see what happens. Type in disctance around the sun. This thing tells you everything really nicely. Much quicker than Google. Have fun.

Just of note, I have been alive now for 10,559 days. or 9.123 x 10

^{8}seconds## Wednesday, May 27, 2009

### Wednesday 5/27/2009

There is no homework for any of the classes today or for the rest of the week. periods 4,6,7 should be working on their book projects and finishing those up.

Everyone has until June 3rd (Wednesday) to turn in any late work or missing assignments. I will be grumpy about telling you what you are missing. I make this website so you can look up old assignments and do them. If the date has a worksheet listed, write down what the worksheet is, and I will print it out. If you don't know, find out. I do not have time to research everyones missing assignments and print them out.

Everyone has until June 3rd (Wednesday) to turn in any late work or missing assignments. I will be grumpy about telling you what you are missing. I make this website so you can look up old assignments and do them. If the date has a worksheet listed, write down what the worksheet is, and I will print it out. If you don't know, find out. I do not have time to research everyones missing assignments and print them out.

## Friday, May 22, 2009

### Friday 5/22/2009

For periods 1,2,3

Finish the book project. The project is due at the end of Tuesday when you come back

For periods 4,6,7

You have 1 extra day past the 8th graders, it is due Thursday 5/28.

Here is a link to the requirements and the grading rubric if you do not have them

Finish the book project. The project is due at the end of Tuesday when you come back

For periods 4,6,7

You have 1 extra day past the 8th graders, it is due Thursday 5/28.

Here is a link to the requirements and the grading rubric if you do not have them

## Thursday, May 21, 2009

### Thursday 5/21/2009

Homework for all periods

Work on the Booklet project.

8th graders are due on Tuesday 5/26/2009

7th graders are due on Thursday 5/28/2009

Work on the Booklet project.

8th graders are due on Tuesday 5/26/2009

7th graders are due on Thursday 5/28/2009

## Wednesday, May 20, 2009

### Wednesday 5/20/2009

Homework for period 4

No homework. We start a project tomorrow.

Homework for periods 6,7,1

Work on Book project.

Brainstorm ideas for the comic, or the story/song/poem

No homework. We start a project tomorrow.

Homework for periods 6,7,1

Work on Book project.

Brainstorm ideas for the comic, or the story/song/poem

## Tuesday, May 19, 2009

### Tuesday 5/19/2009

Homework for periods 1,2,3

There is no homework, work on your Book project

Homework for periods 6,7

No homework, we will begin our book projects.

There is no homework, work on your Book project

Homework for periods 6,7

No homework, we will begin our book projects.

### Monday 5/18/2009

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Work on your book project.

Homework for period 4

There is no homework today for period 4

Work on your book project.

Homework for period 4

There is no homework today for period 4

## Thursday, May 14, 2009

### Thursday 5/14/2009

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Finish page 80, problems 1-12. Multiply using your head or using the box method.

Homework for period 1

No homework, we finished Movie Friday.

Finish page 80, problems 1-12. Multiply using your head or using the box method.

Homework for period 1

No homework, we finished Movie Friday.

### Wednesday 5/14/2009

Homework for all classes:

I was not here so for periods 6,7,1,2,3 finish what the substitute said to finish, the search-and-shade from the back of the classwork.

I was not here so for periods 6,7,1,2,3 finish what the substitute said to finish, the search-and-shade from the back of the classwork.

### Tuesday 5/12/2009

Homework for period 1

Factor the 10 problems from class

1) 8x^2+10x+3

2) 9x^2+24x+16

3) 3x^2 + 7x + 2

4) 5x^2+11x+6

5) 2x^2+3x+1

6) x^2 + 11x + 5

7) 2x^2 + 19x + 9

8) 12x^2 + 13x + 3

9) 7x^2 + 17x + 6

10) 4x^2 + 8x + 3

Homework for period 2

No Homework

Homework for period 3

Factor the 6 equations from the end of class

Homework for period 4

Factor the problems at the bottom of Practice 13-7

Factor the 10 problems from class

1) 8x^2+10x+3

2) 9x^2+24x+16

3) 3x^2 + 7x + 2

4) 5x^2+11x+6

5) 2x^2+3x+1

6) x^2 + 11x + 5

7) 2x^2 + 19x + 9

8) 12x^2 + 13x + 3

9) 7x^2 + 17x + 6

10) 4x^2 + 8x + 3

Homework for period 2

No Homework

Homework for period 3

Factor the 6 equations from the end of class

Homework for period 4

Factor the problems at the bottom of Practice 13-7

### Monday 5/11/2009

Homework for period 1

Solve the 6 equations from class

1) x^2 + 5x + 6 = 0

2) x^2 + 9x + 18 = 0

3) x^2 + 2x + 1 = 0

4) x^2 + 7x + 12 = 0

5) x^2 + 7x + 6 = 0

6) x^2 + 4x + 3 = 0

Homework for periods 2,3

Solve the 10 problems from the board

Homework for period 4,7

Solve the 10 problems from practice 13-7

Homework for period 6

Solve the last 7 problems from practice 13-7

Solve the 6 equations from class

1) x^2 + 5x + 6 = 0

2) x^2 + 9x + 18 = 0

3) x^2 + 2x + 1 = 0

4) x^2 + 7x + 12 = 0

5) x^2 + 7x + 6 = 0

6) x^2 + 4x + 3 = 0

Homework for periods 2,3

Solve the 10 problems from the board

Homework for period 4,7

Solve the 10 problems from practice 13-7

Homework for period 6

Solve the last 7 problems from practice 13-7

## Wednesday, May 6, 2009

### Week of May 5-9 2009

There will be no homework this week AGAIN! The schedule messed up everyone, and 4 classes need to catch up to the other 2. No homework this week.

## Thursday, April 23, 2009

### Wednesday 4/23/2009

There will be no homework for ANY classes until the week of May 4th because of CST testing.

This is a good tie to do extra credit, or catch up on any of the missing assignments you may have from previous weeks.

This is a good tie to do extra credit, or catch up on any of the missing assignments you may have from previous weeks.

## Tuesday, April 21, 2009

### Tuesday 4/21/2009

There is no homework for the classses today.

You should be relaxing, remembering, and preparing for the CST tests tomorrow and Thursday.

Remember to eat breakfast, use the bathroom, and relax. You know all that will be on the test.

If you need another copy of the CST help sheet, look to the right and find the link. REMEMBER::Whatever you write down DURING the test you can use on the test.

You should be relaxing, remembering, and preparing for the CST tests tomorrow and Thursday.

Remember to eat breakfast, use the bathroom, and relax. You know all that will be on the test.

If you need another copy of the CST help sheet, look to the right and find the link. REMEMBER::Whatever you write down DURING the test you can use on the test.

### Monday 4/20/2009

homework for periods 1,2,3

Page 418 #17-24

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Finish finding the surface area and volume from the classwork.

Page 418 #17-24

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Finish finding the surface area and volume from the classwork.

## Friday, April 17, 2009

### Friday 4/17/2009

Homework for periods 2,3

page 422 and 423, do the multiples of three (problem 3, 6, 9 12....)

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Finish the Pythagorean take home exam. Be sure to show all your work for full credit. It will be worth 10 points.

Here is a link to the exam if you need a new one.

page 422 and 423, do the multiples of three (problem 3, 6, 9 12....)

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Finish the Pythagorean take home exam. Be sure to show all your work for full credit. It will be worth 10 points.

Here is a link to the exam if you need a new one.

## Thursday, April 16, 2009

### Thusday 4/16/2009

Homework for period 4,6,7

Finish graphing the triangles and finding the missing sides using the pythgorean theorem.

Homework for period 1

Page 422, do the multiples of 3. Thats problem 3, 6, 9..... on both page 422 and 423

Finish graphing the triangles and finding the missing sides using the pythgorean theorem.

Homework for period 1

Page 422, do the multiples of 3. Thats problem 3, 6, 9..... on both page 422 and 423

## Wednesday, April 15, 2009

### Wednesday 4/15/2009

Homework for periods 6,7

Finish page d-74. It is worth 6 points because we started it in class

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Page 422 #16-26

Practice writing down the things from your CST help sheet. Whatever you can remember, write it down, and practice, so you can write it down during the test.

Finish page d-74. It is worth 6 points because we started it in class

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Page 422 #16-26

Practice writing down the things from your CST help sheet. Whatever you can remember, write it down, and practice, so you can write it down during the test.

## Tuesday, April 14, 2009

### Tuesday 4/14/2009

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Page 402 #1-10. review of exponents.

Homework for period 4

Finish page d-76. be sure to bring it back, it will be worth 6 points.

Page 402 #1-10. review of exponents.

Homework for period 4

Finish page d-76. be sure to bring it back, it will be worth 6 points.

### Monday 4/13/2009

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Do problems 1-8 on practice 13-7

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Finish page d-73

Do problems 1-8 on practice 13-7

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Finish page d-73

## Thursday, April 2, 2009

### Make Up work

For those of you who have been absent in the last two weeks, I have been lame about getting you the old assignments. I have made a packet of the last homework for the last 2 weeks for each grade. Click the appropriate link, do the appropriate pages.

Grade 7

Page 739 #2-30 Even

D-32 (2mb pdf)

Page 329-330 #18-21, 22-25, 30-35

D-33 (2mb pdf)

Page 445 #1-5

Page 729 #2-20 Even

Write 5 rational and 5 irrational numbers

D-34 (2mb pdf)

Grade 8

Page 414 #1-30 even

Page 280 #8,9,11,12,13,17-22,25,26,33,34

Page 104 #6-16

Write 5 rational and 5 irrational numbers

Grade 7

Page 739 #2-30 Even

D-32 (2mb pdf)

Page 329-330 #18-21, 22-25, 30-35

D-33 (2mb pdf)

Page 445 #1-5

Page 729 #2-20 Even

Write 5 rational and 5 irrational numbers

D-34 (2mb pdf)

Grade 8

Page 414 #1-30 even

Page 280 #8,9,11,12,13,17-22,25,26,33,34

Page 104 #6-16

Write 5 rational and 5 irrational numbers

## Wednesday, April 1, 2009

### 3/30/2009 - 4/1/2009

Sorry, I have been out for a few days.

There is only one day of homework this week for most people. Period 4 has 2 days of homework, and are the only ones with tracking sheets.

For periods 1,2,3

Finish problems #2, 4, 6, 12, 20 on practice 7-5.

For periods 4,6,7

#2-30 on page 739

Do just the even numbers

There will be no homework over Spring break. Enjoy yourself, as we have 2 weeks to study before the CST test.

There is only one day of homework this week for most people. Period 4 has 2 days of homework, and are the only ones with tracking sheets.

For periods 1,2,3

Finish problems #2, 4, 6, 12, 20 on practice 7-5.

For periods 4,6,7

#2-30 on page 739

Do just the even numbers

There will be no homework over Spring break. Enjoy yourself, as we have 2 weeks to study before the CST test.

## Friday, March 27, 2009

### Friday 3/27/09

Homework for periods 2,3

On page 483, #2-30 Even. (Only do the even problems 2, 4, 6, 8.......)

Homework for periods 4,6,7

The backside of the worksheet for today. Page d-31.

On page 483, #2-30 Even. (Only do the even problems 2, 4, 6, 8.......)

Homework for periods 4,6,7

The backside of the worksheet for today. Page d-31.

## Thursday, March 26, 2009

### Thursday 3/26/09

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Finish the activity 26, finding the missing angle of the triangles.

Homework for period 1

Page 414 # 1 - 30 even

Simplify, move the variables, then solve the equations.

Finish the activity 26, finding the missing angle of the triangles.

Homework for period 1

Page 414 # 1 - 30 even

Simplify, move the variables, then solve the equations.

## Tuesday, March 24, 2009

### Monday 3/24/09

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Page 280-281

#8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 17-22, 25, 26, 33 , 34

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Page 329-330

#18-21

#22-25

#30-35

Page 280-281

#8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 17-22, 25, 26, 33 , 34

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Page 329-330

#18-21

#22-25

#30-35

## Friday, March 20, 2009

### Friday 3/20/2009

Homework for all periods (short day)

Bring back the stars you graphed in class. I am checking to see that you did work on this short day.

Bring back the stars you graphed in class. I am checking to see that you did work on this short day.

### Thursday 3/20/2009

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Finish the parallel line worksheet (d-33) you were given in class

Homework for period 1

No homework, if you want extra credit, do #7-14 on page 368

Finish the parallel line worksheet (d-33) you were given in class

Homework for period 1

No homework, if you want extra credit, do #7-14 on page 368

## Wednesday, March 18, 2009

### Wednesday 3/18/2009

Homework for periods 6,7

Page 445 #1-5

Homework for periods 1,2,3

On page 105

#25- 28

Page 445 #1-5

Homework for periods 1,2,3

On page 105

#25- 28

## Tuesday, March 17, 2009

### Tuesday 3/17/09

Homework for periods 1,2,3

On page 104, do #6 - 16.

Please show me the opposite operations you would do to solve the equation.

Homework for period 4

Do # 1 - 5 on page 445

Be sure to use the appropriate symbols above your points and segments and rays and lines.

On page 104, do #6 - 16.

Please show me the opposite operations you would do to solve the equation.

Homework for period 4

Do # 1 - 5 on page 445

Be sure to use the appropriate symbols above your points and segments and rays and lines.

## Monday, March 16, 2009

### Monday 3/16/09

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Write 5 rational and 5 irrational numbers.

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Write 5 rational and 5 irrational numbers. You may only use 1 integer (+ or - whole number), the rest must be other types of numbers.

Write 5 rational and 5 irrational numbers.

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Write 5 rational and 5 irrational numbers. You may only use 1 integer (+ or - whole number), the rest must be other types of numbers.

## Friday, March 13, 2009

### Friday 3/13/09

Homework for all periods

There is NO HOMEWORK :) You turned in tracking sheets to be included on this progress report.

Check the links to the right after 4:00pm to see what grade you will have on the 6 week progress report.

There is NO HOMEWORK :) You turned in tracking sheets to be included on this progress report.

Check the links to the right after 4:00pm to see what grade you will have on the 6 week progress report.

### Thursday 3/12/09

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Finish graphing the 8 equations I gave you at the end of class. If you need the equations, look at yesterdays post.

Homework for period 1

There is no homework. We turned in tracking sheets to be included on the progress report.

Finish graphing the 8 equations I gave you at the end of class. If you need the equations, look at yesterdays post.

Homework for period 1

There is no homework. We turned in tracking sheets to be included on the progress report.

## Wednesday, March 11, 2009

### Wednesday 3/11/09

Homework for periods 6,7

Find the y-intercept from the graphs we did in class.

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Graph the 8 equations you were given at the end of class.

If you missed it, here they are.

1) y = 2x +3

2) y = x - 1

3) y = x + 3

4) y = 3x

5) y = 6x - 3

6) y = 2x

7) y = 4x - 6

8) y = 2x + 1

Find the y-intercept from the graphs we did in class.

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Graph the 8 equations you were given at the end of class.

If you missed it, here they are.

1) y = 2x +3

2) y = x - 1

3) y = x + 3

4) y = 3x

5) y = 6x - 3

6) y = 2x

7) y = 4x - 6

8) y = 2x + 1

## Tuesday, March 10, 2009

### Tuesday 3/10/09

Homework for ALL PERIODS!!!!!

(funny how this works)

Find the y-intercept on BOTH sides of the worksheet from today.

Y-Intercept should be written in point form, (0,x), where x is the intercept. No fractions, no single digits.

(funny how this works)

Find the y-intercept on BOTH sides of the worksheet from today.

Y-Intercept should be written in point form, (0,x), where x is the intercept. No fractions, no single digits.

## Monday, March 9, 2009

### Monday Homework

Homework for periods 1,2,3

In the book, page 300, do numbers 1-14. Substitute into the given functions

When you see f(x) = 2x + 3, then f(0). This just means substitute the "0" in for x, and say what you get.

If you see f(5), substitute "5" in for x. Your equation becomes 2(5) + 3 = 13. So f(5) = 13.

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Page 400, do #10-15, and #22-29. Be sure to write the question for #22-29

In the book, page 300, do numbers 1-14. Substitute into the given functions

When you see f(x) = 2x + 3, then f(0). This just means substitute the "0" in for x, and say what you get.

If you see f(5), substitute "5" in for x. Your equation becomes 2(5) + 3 = 13. So f(5) = 13.

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Page 400, do #10-15, and #22-29. Be sure to write the question for #22-29

## Friday, March 6, 2009

### Friday 3/6/09

Homework for periods 2,3

Graph the points and find the missing sides of the triangles. If you need the points, click here. use the graph paper link on the right.

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Using the page from today, find the slopes of the lines you graph on your graph paper.

Graph the points and find the missing sides of the triangles. If you need the points, click here. use the graph paper link on the right.

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Using the page from today, find the slopes of the lines you graph on your graph paper.

### Thrusday 3/5/09

homework for periods 4,6,7

Finish graphing the 10 equations you copied down in class

Homework for period 1

Plot the points and find the missing sides of the triangles. If you need the points, click here

Finish graphing the 10 equations you copied down in class

Homework for period 1

Plot the points and find the missing sides of the triangles. If you need the points, click here

## Wednesday, March 4, 2009

### Wednesday 3/4/09

Homework for periods 1,2,3

If you didn't please finish the graphing 16 equations we started in class. It was Relaxing Wednesday, so the classwork counted as the homework.

Homework for periods 6,7

Do the 9 graph problems where you had to find the slope, y - intercept, and the equation for the lines. It looked just like the classwork. Only do the side that looks like the

If you didn't please finish the graphing 16 equations we started in class. It was Relaxing Wednesday, so the classwork counted as the homework.

Homework for periods 6,7

Do the 9 graph problems where you had to find the slope, y - intercept, and the equation for the lines. It looked just like the classwork. Only do the side that looks like the

## Tuesday, March 3, 2009

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### Tuesday 3/3/09

Homework for periods 1,2

Finsih finding the equation for the lines (almost the same as last nights homework)

Homework for periods 3,4

Check last nights homework and make any corrections to problems that you may have missed. If you miss any problems they will be 1 point off on your homework.

Finsih finding the equation for the lines (almost the same as last nights homework)

Homework for periods 3,4

Check last nights homework and make any corrections to problems that you may have missed. If you miss any problems they will be 1 point off on your homework.

### Monday 3/2/09

I have been out sick for multiple days from last week. Most classes had only two days of homework, but period 1 and period 4 had 3 days of homework.

Homework for period 1,2,3

Find the equation of the line in the picture by finding the y-intercept and the slope

Homework for period 4

Find the equation of the line based on the slope and y-intercept.

Homework for period 6,7

Finish the SLOPE worksheet, finding the slope between all the points on the graph.

Homework for period 1,2,3

Find the equation of the line in the picture by finding the y-intercept and the slope

Homework for period 4

Find the equation of the line based on the slope and y-intercept.

Homework for period 6,7

Finish the SLOPE worksheet, finding the slope between all the points on the graph.

## Thursday, February 26, 2009

## Tuesday, February 24, 2009

### Tuesday 2/24/09

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Find the slope of the lines you graphed yesterday for homework. If you need the equations again, here they are:

1) y=-3x + 4

2) y=2x

3) y= -x + 1

4) y = -2x + 4

5) y = 6x - 5

6)y = 3

7) y = -4x + 2

8) y = 10x - 10

9) y = 3x - 2

10) y = (1/2)x + 1

11) y = x + 5

12) y = -x + 5

Homework for period 4

Graph the 10 functions we solved in class

If you did not write them down, here they are:

1) y = x + 2

2) y = 2x

3) y = 2x + 2

4) y = 3x +1

5) y = x - 4

6) y = 3x - 6

7) y = x - 5

8) y = 3x - 2

9) y = -x

10) y = -2x - 4

If you need graph paper, scrol to the right and find the link for "6 Mini Graphs", that will print out the graph paper.

Find the slope of the lines you graphed yesterday for homework. If you need the equations again, here they are:

1) y=-3x + 4

2) y=2x

3) y= -x + 1

4) y = -2x + 4

5) y = 6x - 5

6)y = 3

7) y = -4x + 2

8) y = 10x - 10

9) y = 3x - 2

10) y = (1/2)x + 1

11) y = x + 5

12) y = -x + 5

Homework for period 4

Graph the 10 functions we solved in class

If you did not write them down, here they are:

1) y = x + 2

2) y = 2x

3) y = 2x + 2

4) y = 3x +1

5) y = x - 4

6) y = 3x - 6

7) y = x - 5

8) y = 3x - 2

9) y = -x

10) y = -2x - 4

If you need graph paper, scrol to the right and find the link for "6 Mini Graphs", that will print out the graph paper.

## Monday, February 23, 2009

### Calls Home reminder

Reminder: If you forget to turn in your homework tracking sheet or turn it in with less than 4 points, a phone call home is automatically generated telling your parents you are missing homework assignments. That is your hint to TURN IN YOUR HOMEWORK!!!!

If you are absent, the phone call home is still generated more of a reminder to turn in your tracking sheet when you get back to school. Thats the price of being absent.

If you are absent, the phone call home is still generated more of a reminder to turn in your tracking sheet when you get back to school. Thats the price of being absent.

### Monday 2/23/09

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Graph the 12 equations from class. be sure to add the 2 extra items, The pattern, and the y-intercept.

What pattern does the y values follow. Does it go up by 2, down by 3..... and where does the graphed line hit the y-axis? Label the point

Homework for period 4

Do the 8 problems that had recipricals in them.

Homework for periods 5,6

Finish the practice equation test.

Graph the 12 equations from class. be sure to add the 2 extra items, The pattern, and the y-intercept.

What pattern does the y values follow. Does it go up by 2, down by 3..... and where does the graphed line hit the y-axis? Label the point

Homework for period 4

Do the 8 problems that had recipricals in them.

Homework for periods 5,6

Finish the practice equation test.

## Friday, February 20, 2009

### Friday 2/20/09

Homework for periods 2,3

Graph the 10 functions you solved in class.

Homework for period 4

Finish the practice test

Homework for periods 6,7

do #13-27

For #13-20, write down the 2 steps you would do to solve the problem

For #21-27, solve the equations.

Graph the 10 functions you solved in class.

Homework for period 4

Finish the practice test

Homework for periods 6,7

do #13-27

For #13-20, write down the 2 steps you would do to solve the problem

For #21-27, solve the equations.

### Thursday 2/19/09

Homework for period 1

Finsih graphing the 10 functions

Homework for periods 4

21-29 on page 338

Homework for period 6,7

do #1-9 on page 338.

The first three probems, all you have to do is say what the first step is. After that, for #4-9, solve the equation

Finsih graphing the 10 functions

Homework for periods 4

21-29 on page 338

Homework for period 6,7

do #1-9 on page 338.

The first three probems, all you have to do is say what the first step is. After that, for #4-9, solve the equation

## Thursday, February 19, 2009

### Thursday 2/19/09

Homework for period 1

Graph the 10 equations from the classwork

Homework for period 4

22 - 29 on page 338

Homework for Periods 6,7

#1-9 on page 338

Graph the 10 equations from the classwork

Homework for period 4

22 - 29 on page 338

Homework for Periods 6,7

#1-9 on page 338

### Wednesday 2/19/09

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Do the 4 reflection graphs of the SD logo.

Homework for periods 6,7

Finish the reflection graphing page.

Do the 4 reflection graphs of the SD logo.

Homework for periods 6,7

Finish the reflection graphing page.

## Wednesday, February 18, 2009

### Tuesday 2/17/09

Homework for periods 1,2,3

On page 104, #6-13

Please show all the steps for the work

Homework for periods 4

Page #338, #1-9

Show all your steps. We will go over some of them tomorrow in class, and we will keep doing these all week, so don't worry if you do not get it all right away.

On page 104, #6-13

Please show all the steps for the work

Homework for periods 4

Page #338, #1-9

Show all your steps. We will go over some of them tomorrow in class, and we will keep doing these all week, so don't worry if you do not get it all right away.

## Friday, February 13, 2009

### Friday 2/13/09

THERE IS HOMEWORK TODAY!!!!!!!!!

Homework for Periods 2,3

Page 418 in the book, #1-16

Homework for periods 4,6,7

On page 711 do #19-30

Grades will not be updated until next week, owing to the fact most people are doing poorly in the class. NOW is the time to be doing good. Small things now really affect your grade. It will be tough to start with an F and work up from that.

Homework for Periods 2,3

Page 418 in the book, #1-16

Homework for periods 4,6,7

On page 711 do #19-30

Grades will not be updated until next week, owing to the fact most people are doing poorly in the class. NOW is the time to be doing good. Small things now really affect your grade. It will be tough to start with an F and work up from that.

## Thursday, February 12, 2009

### Thursday 2/12/09

Homework For 4,6,7

Finish the practice test. Answers are in the post below. There will be a test tomorrow that looks just like the practice test, just different numbers.

Homework for Period 1

Do #1-16 on page 418

Finish the practice test. Answers are in the post below. There will be a test tomorrow that looks just like the practice test, just different numbers.

Homework for Period 1

Do #1-16 on page 418

## Wednesday, February 11, 2009

### Chapter 6 Percents answers

The answers for the quiz are as follows.

1) c 2) a 3) d 4) b 5) c 6) b

7) a 8) b 9) d 10) a 11) c 12) b

13) c 14) a 15) c 16) c 17) c 18) b

19) c 20) d

1) c 2) a 3) d 4) b 5) c 6) b

7) a 8) b 9) d 10) a 11) c 12) b

13) c 14) a 15) c 16) c 17) c 18) b

19) c 20) d

### Wednesday 2/11/09

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Finish the practice test. I will put the answers up in the post above this so you can check your work. The test Friday will be exactly like this but different numbers.

Homework for Periods 6,7

Finish the Percent house. Make it look nice. Add door and furniture and such.

Finish the practice test. I will put the answers up in the post above this so you can check your work. The test Friday will be exactly like this but different numbers.

Homework for Periods 6,7

Finish the Percent house. Make it look nice. Add door and furniture and such.

## Tuesday, February 10, 2009

### Tuesday 2/10/08

Homework for all periods:

Everyone has some sort of Percent house to finish. You can make it however you like, just make sure the rooms are the correct size. Make the house look nice, add doors, stuff inside, anything you want. Make sure the rooms are labeled.

Everyone has some sort of Percent house to finish. You can make it however you like, just make sure the rooms are the correct size. Make the house look nice, add doors, stuff inside, anything you want. Make sure the rooms are labeled.

## Friday, February 6, 2009

### FRIDAY 2/6/09

Homework for periods 2,3

Finish page e-17, e-19. Many finished in class and have been stamped.

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Change the following fractions to a percent.

1/2, 1/3, 2/3, 1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5, 1/8, 3/8, 5/8, 7/8, 1/10, 3/10, 7/10, 9/10.

Use any way you know how.

Finish page e-17, e-19. Many finished in class and have been stamped.

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Change the following fractions to a percent.

1/2, 1/3, 2/3, 1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5, 1/8, 3/8, 5/8, 7/8, 1/10, 3/10, 7/10, 9/10.

Use any way you know how.

### Thursday 2/5/09

Homework for Period 1

Finsih the two sides of page e-17, e-19

Periods 4,6,7

Do #7-30 on page 312. Decide which of the many ways we use is needed to solve the problem. You do not have to show work. Just write questions and answers.

Finsih the two sides of page e-17, e-19

Periods 4,6,7

Do #7-30 on page 312. Decide which of the many ways we use is needed to solve the problem. You do not have to show work. Just write questions and answers.

## Wednesday, February 4, 2009

### Wednesday 2/4/09

homework for periods 1,2,3

Finish page E-33, use the IS/OF = %/100 method to find the answers. Or, use any other way you can.

Homework for periods 6,7

On page 320 do # 7-12

For markup, you add to the price. For discount, you subtract from the price.

Finish page E-33, use the IS/OF = %/100 method to find the answers. Or, use any other way you can.

Homework for periods 6,7

On page 320 do # 7-12

For markup, you add to the price. For discount, you subtract from the price.

## Tuesday, February 3, 2009

### Tuesday 2/3/09

Homework for Periods 1,2,3

Do page 274, #17 - 21. Find the percent discount, then SUBTRACT that from the original price

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Page 320 # 7 - 12.

Find the discount or mark-up, then add or subtract that to the original price. Be sure to tell me the final price.

Do page 274, #17 - 21. Find the percent discount, then SUBTRACT that from the original price

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Page 320 # 7 - 12.

Find the discount or mark-up, then add or subtract that to the original price. Be sure to tell me the final price.

## Monday, February 2, 2009

### 2/2/09

Just a friendly reminder: Any time you do not turn in a tracking sheet, a phone call home will be generated AUTOMATICALLY!!! The first calls went out today if you forgot your tracking sheet. Do your homework!!!

For all periods today:

Finish page E-25, finding percents. Be sure you show your work on the back or on another sheet of paper.

For all periods today:

Finish page E-25, finding percents. Be sure you show your work on the back or on another sheet of paper.

## Friday, January 30, 2009

### Friday 1/30/09

For all periods

Finish page E-29. Find the percents any way you can. I showed you how to find 10% and 5% and use those in different ways to find the given percent.

Finish page E-29. Find the percents any way you can. I showed you how to find 10% and 5% and use those in different ways to find the given percent.

## Thursday, January 29, 2009

### Thursday 1/29/09

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Find 5%, 15%, and 25% of 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, and 70

Find 10% first, then you can find 5%, and use that to find 15%, and 25%.

Homework for period 1,

Finish the page E-29, finding the discounts.

Find 5%, 15%, and 25% of 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, and 70

Find 10% first, then you can find 5%, and use that to find 15%, and 25%.

Homework for period 1,

Finish the page E-29, finding the discounts.

## Wednesday, January 28, 2009

### Wednesday 1/28/09

Homework for Period 6,7

No homework because we were doing the benchmark.

Homework for Periods 1,2,3

On page 258 #8-17. Find 15%. You can do this by finding 10%, then taking half of that for 5%, then adding them together.

Final grades will be the grades reflected in ParentConnect as of tonight.

No homework because we were doing the benchmark.

Homework for Periods 1,2,3

On page 258 #8-17. Find 15%. You can do this by finding 10%, then taking half of that for 5%, then adding them together.

Final grades will be the grades reflected in ParentConnect as of tonight.

## Tuesday, January 27, 2009

### Tuesday 1/27/09

There is NO HOMEWORK for periods 1-4, because we were doing benchmark testing. Thanks you to all classes for trying your hardest on the problems.

I will try to go over some of the problems tomorrow or the day after in class.

Thursday and Friday we will be auditing our folders and making sure all the appropriate grades are in each of our reports. I will print progress reports and you will check them with work you have in your folders to make sure I have put the correct grade in. With 6 classes, and 40 assignments, and 180 students, I probably made SOME mistake in those 5000 grades. So we will check to find them.

I will try to go over some of the problems tomorrow or the day after in class.

Thursday and Friday we will be auditing our folders and making sure all the appropriate grades are in each of our reports. I will print progress reports and you will check them with work you have in your folders to make sure I have put the correct grade in. With 6 classes, and 40 assignments, and 180 students, I probably made SOME mistake in those 5000 grades. So we will check to find them.

## Monday, January 26, 2009

### Monday 1/26/09

Hello to all. Just a reminder, the grades will be done by the end of WEDNESDAY. Please have any late work or extra credit done by that time.

Homework for Periods 1,2,3

Page 198 #6-9

Page 192 #2-5

Page 114 #1-4

Page 109 #1-6

Homework for Periods 4,6,7

Page 200 #3-13

Page 206 #1-9

We are doing review for the benchmark tomorrow (or Wednesday for some of you).

Homework for Periods 1,2,3

Page 198 #6-9

Page 192 #2-5

Page 114 #1-4

Page 109 #1-6

Homework for Periods 4,6,7

Page 200 #3-13

Page 206 #1-9

We are doing review for the benchmark tomorrow (or Wednesday for some of you).

## Friday, January 23, 2009

### Grade changes

The grades are posted and are current for 1/23/09. The format is different. I was unable to put up the full spreadsheets because each class was approaching 1MB and that was too much for people to have to download. So now there is just your ID number, your grade, and how many points you have in the class.

If you want more detailed info, come see me after school and I can print out your entire grade.

The grading scale is as follows.

A > 90%

B > 80%

C > 70%

D > 60%

F < 60%

citizenship varies, but A/E, B/G, C/S, D/N, F/U. This can go higher for extra effort, or lower for excessive tardies (see tardy policy).

If you want more detailed info, come see me after school and I can print out your entire grade.

The grading scale is as follows.

A > 90%

B > 80%

C > 70%

D > 60%

F < 60%

citizenship varies, but A/E, B/G, C/S, D/N, F/U. This can go higher for extra effort, or lower for excessive tardies (see tardy policy).

### Friday 1/23/09

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Finish the page E-33, changing fractions to percents, and percents back into fractions

For periods 4,6,7

Finish the T-charts.

To find 10%, move the decimal 1 place to the left. Then use that 10% to find 20%, 30%... and so on

For 80

10% = 8

so

20% = 16

30% = 24

40% = 32......

Finish the page E-33, changing fractions to percents, and percents back into fractions

For periods 4,6,7

Finish the T-charts.

To find 10%, move the decimal 1 place to the left. Then use that 10% to find 20%, 30%... and so on

For 80

10% = 8

so

20% = 16

30% = 24

40% = 32......

## Wednesday, January 21, 2009

### Wednesday 1/21/09

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Finish page E-20 on changing decimals to percents. Some students finished in class, so they will have a stamp showing that they finished.

Homework for Periods 6,7

Finish page E-33, finding the percent of numbers.

Use "IS"/"OF" = %/100

Sorry for lagging behind in the posts and grades and the calendar but my son has been sick at home and my wife has been working more, so I am swamped when I get home. Hopefully this week I can catch up and make everything up to date.

Mr. B

Finish page E-20 on changing decimals to percents. Some students finished in class, so they will have a stamp showing that they finished.

Homework for Periods 6,7

Finish page E-33, finding the percent of numbers.

Use "IS"/"OF" = %/100

Sorry for lagging behind in the posts and grades and the calendar but my son has been sick at home and my wife has been working more, so I am swamped when I get home. Hopefully this week I can catch up and make everything up to date.

Mr. B

### Tuesday 1/20/09

Homework for periods 1,2

There was none. We watched the inaguration of Obama and there was no homework for those two classes.

Homework for period 3

Page 247 #1-15. Do not write the questions but show your work.

For periods 1 and 2

There will only be 2 days of homework this week for those classes.

There was none. We watched the inaguration of Obama and there was no homework for those two classes.

Homework for period 3

Page 247 #1-15. Do not write the questions but show your work.

For periods 1 and 2

There will only be 2 days of homework this week for those classes.

## Friday, January 16, 2009

### Friday 1/16/09

Homework for periods 2,3

Finish page E-10, make sure you do your work on a separate sheet of paper. I want to see how you set up your proportions.

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Finish page E-33. Do your work on the back or a separate sheet of paper. The proportion to use is

"IS/OF = %/100" Which number is next to "IS", which is next to "OF".

If that doesn't work, decide which one is closest to each word.

Finish page E-10, make sure you do your work on a separate sheet of paper. I want to see how you set up your proportions.

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Finish page E-33. Do your work on the back or a separate sheet of paper. The proportion to use is

"IS/OF = %/100" Which number is next to "IS", which is next to "OF".

If that doesn't work, decide which one is closest to each word.

### Thursday

Confusing as some of you were here and some where on a field trip.

For periods 4,6,7

Finish E-16 and E-19.

For Period 1

Finish page E-10. Please be sure you show all your work on a seperate sheet of paper.

For periods 4,6,7

Finish E-16 and E-19.

For Period 1

Finish page E-10. Please be sure you show all your work on a seperate sheet of paper.

## Wednesday, January 14, 2009

### Wednesday 1/14/09

Homework for periods 6,7

Finish page E-20 about changing decimals to percents.

Homework for period 3

Finsih set 2 and set 3 on the graphing of unit rates. Put them on the back of your graph paper.

Finish page E-20 about changing decimals to percents.

Homework for period 3

Finsih set 2 and set 3 on the graphing of unit rates. Put them on the back of your graph paper.

## Tuesday, January 13, 2009

### Tuesday 1/13/09

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Finish the page on ratios that you started in class. You do not have to do SECTION 2!!! It is worded funny and really doesn't apply to anything else we will do.

Homework for period 4

Finish page E-20, changing a decimal to a percent and back again. Tomorrow we will go over changing a fraction to a percent, then you should be ble to convert all of them from fraction, to decimal, to percent.

Finish the page on ratios that you started in class. You do not have to do SECTION 2!!! It is worded funny and really doesn't apply to anything else we will do.

Homework for period 4

Finish page E-20, changing a decimal to a percent and back again. Tomorrow we will go over changing a fraction to a percent, then you should be ble to convert all of them from fraction, to decimal, to percent.

### Monday 1/12/09

Homework for period 1,2,3

Finish page d-74, the right triangle worksheet. Remember tomorrow we have a quiz on right triangles and finding the missing side.

For period 4

Finish page 145. yes its hard, so I won't mark you off if you do not finish every single problem, but please still try them.

For period 6,7

Finish page E-12. All the proportions are given to you in the form of similar figures. Just set up proportions relating one shape to the other.

Finish page d-74, the right triangle worksheet. Remember tomorrow we have a quiz on right triangles and finding the missing side.

For period 4

Finish page 145. yes its hard, so I won't mark you off if you do not finish every single problem, but please still try them.

For period 6,7

Finish page E-12. All the proportions are given to you in the form of similar figures. Just set up proportions relating one shape to the other.

## Friday, January 9, 2009

### Friday 1/9/09

Homework for periods 2,3

Finish the page d-71 and the right triangles. As a note for parents, many students finished in class. If they finished, they have a stamp on their tracking sheet for the last day of homework.

For Periods 4,6,7

Finish page 89. Be sure to show your work on the back or a separate sheet of paper.

For parents, many of the students finished in class. Check their tracking sheet and they should have a stamp on the last day if they finished the assignment in class.

Finish the page d-71 and the right triangles. As a note for parents, many students finished in class. If they finished, they have a stamp on their tracking sheet for the last day of homework.

For Periods 4,6,7

Finish page 89. Be sure to show your work on the back or a separate sheet of paper.

For parents, many of the students finished in class. Check their tracking sheet and they should have a stamp on the last day if they finished the assignment in class.

## Thursday, January 8, 2009

### Thursday 1/8/09

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Finish page E-10. Think about what is being compared in the word problem. Write the ratio first.

For example, like "apples / oranges", then write the proportion, keeping the "apples" on top and the "oranges" on the bottom, then cross multiply to solve for the missing amount.

For period 1

If you didn't finish in class, finish the page D-73. For parents, most students finished in class and do not have homework over the weekend.

Finish page E-10. Think about what is being compared in the word problem. Write the ratio first.

For example, like "apples / oranges", then write the proportion, keeping the "apples" on top and the "oranges" on the bottom, then cross multiply to solve for the missing amount.

For period 1

If you didn't finish in class, finish the page D-73. For parents, most students finished in class and do not have homework over the weekend.

## Wednesday, January 7, 2009

### Wednesday 1/7/09

Homework for Periods 1,2,3

Finish page 115. Do not forget to bring page 114 back to class tomorrow or Friday, so we can do it in class.

REMEMBER, a

For periods 4,6,7

Finish the graph you started in class, then do Set #2 and Set #3 on the BACK of your graph. Be sure you make the axis with an appropriate scale so you can fit things like 800 miles on the graph.

Finish page 115. Do not forget to bring page 114 back to class tomorrow or Friday, so we can do it in class.

REMEMBER, a

^{2}+ b^{2}= c^{2}. Find out what side is "C", then decide where everything else goes.For periods 4,6,7

Finish the graph you started in class, then do Set #2 and Set #3 on the BACK of your graph. Be sure you make the axis with an appropriate scale so you can fit things like 800 miles on the graph.

## Tuesday, January 6, 2009

### Tuesday 1/6/08

Homework for Periods 1,2,3

Finish page 114, deciding if the given measures are for a right triangle.

Use the formula a

For period 4

Finish the three graphs on unit rate. You don't have to do set 4. If you need more graph paper, click the link to the right to print yourself out another sheet.

Finish page 114, deciding if the given measures are for a right triangle.

Use the formula a

^{2}+ b^{2}= c^{2}For period 4

Finish the three graphs on unit rate. You don't have to do set 4. If you need more graph paper, click the link to the right to print yourself out another sheet.

### Challenges!!!!!!

Winner for Challenge #1

Akira A. from Period 4

Prize: Rubik's Cube

Winner for Challenge #2

???????????????????????

No one has given me any printouts of there scores, so no winner yet.

I'll extend this until Thursday for those of you who have them.

Akira A. from Period 4

Prize: Rubik's Cube

Winner for Challenge #2

???????????????????????

No one has given me any printouts of there scores, so no winner yet.

I'll extend this until Thursday for those of you who have them.

## Monday, January 5, 2009

### Monday

Welcome back

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Page #204, do #2-27. If it has an exponent of zero, it equals "1", if the exponent is negative, pretend its positive, solve it, then flip the answer.

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Finsih page e-7 and e-8 on ratios. remember to simplify your answers

Homework for periods 1,2,3

Page #204, do #2-27. If it has an exponent of zero, it equals "1", if the exponent is negative, pretend its positive, solve it, then flip the answer.

Homework for periods 4,6,7

Finsih page e-7 and e-8 on ratios. remember to simplify your answers

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