12/14 - Review notes, vocabulary, and video on similar figures on website
12/15 - Solve similar figures to find missing side
12/16 - Solve similar figures with adjacent sides on Khan Academy
12/7 - 8 solving inequality problems
Solve and graph each inequality.
Additional Practice Problems further below
12/9 - 6 word problems (solve, don't graph)
(1) The product of nine and x is greater than six more than the product of three and x.
(2) Mrs. Scott decided that she would spend no more than $120 to buy a jacket and a skirt. If the price of the jacket was $20 more than 3 times the price of the skirt. Find the highest possible price of the skirt?
(3) Stephanie weighs 3 times as much as Rachel. Both weights are whole numbers and the sum of their weights is less than 160 pounds. Find the greatest possible weight for each girl.
(4) Six more than two times a certain number is less than the number increased by twenty. Find the numbers that satisfy this condition.
(5) Two consecutive even integers are such that their sum is greater than 98 decreased by twice the larger. Find the smallest possible values for the integers.
(6) Mrs. Smith wrote "Eight less than three times a number is greater than fifteen" on the board. If x represents the number, write an inequality that is a correct translation of this statement.
12/10 - Quizizz - Game code 91875, bring your work
12/11 - Work #1-9 on 2nd study guide above
Convert repeating decimal to fraction: 1. 0.999 2. 2.444 3. -0.5222
Find the square root: 4. √16 5. √100 6. √36 7. √144
11/17 - Roots in equations
11/18 - Study Guide
11/19 - Rework Study Guide
11/9 - Writing equations from word problems in packet.
11/10 - Clock project due. Writing equations from word problems in packet.
11/11 - Multi-step equations in packet
11/12 - Multi-step equations in packet
11/13 - Repeating decimals as fractions
11/2 - Presentations and reports
11/3 - Presentations and reports
11/4 - 4 problems
1. 20 = -8 + 5y - 2
2. -4(a + 6) = 12
3. -3(2y - 4) = 6 = 30
4. 8x - (8 + 6x) = 20
11./5 - Quiz
11/6 - Change repeating decimal to fraction
10/27 - 1-step equation report due
10/28 - lesson planning
10/29 - 2-step equation report due
10/30 - lesson planning
Reflections should be completed after you present.
Your reflection must answer every question below using full sentences. Your reflection should be between ⅓ of a page and 1 page long.
10/19 - Study for Unit Test
10/20 - Study for Essential Question Quiz
10/21 - Solve 1-step equations using inverse operations (on journal entry)
10/12 - Correct Decimals Quiz
10/13 - Correct Fractions Quiz and Complete Decimals Review Packet
10/14 - Unit 2 Study Guide
10/15 - PBIS Day
10/16 - Rework missed problems on Study Guide