Monday- We will solve systems of equations with graphing. We will practice problems from pages 227-231.
Tuesday- We will continue to solve systems of equations by graphing. Assignment: pages 232-233 (1-7)
Wednesday- We will finish solving systems by graphing. Assignment: handout
Thursday- short quizon graphing; We will learn how to solve systems of equations by substitution. Assignment: substitution handout
Friday- We will learn how some systems have infinitely many or no solutions. Assignment: matching handout
Monday- We will use x- and y-intercepts to graph equations written in standard form. Assignment: standard form and intercepts handout
Tuesday- We will convert standard form into slope-intercept form and graph equations. Assignment: standard to slope-intercept form handout
Enjoy Thanksgiving Break!
Monday- We will compare functions from tables, equations, and graphs. We will complete a constructed response task on comparing functions and take a short quiz on comparing functions.
Tuesday- We will describe relationships when given a qualitative graphs and sketch graphs when given descriptions. We will complete textbook pages 176-177 (1-10).
Wednesday- We will finish working with qualitative graphs and complete a task on functions along with textbook page 179.
Thursday- We will complete our study guide for our Chapter 6 test on Functions. Assignment:
Functions Dear Teacher letter: Answer the following questions using constructed response:
1.) What is a relation?
2.) What is the difference between domain and range?
3.) Are all relations functions? Are all functions relations? Explain your thinking.
4.) How do you know if a function is linear or nonlinear when given an equation?
5.) How can you compare two functions?
Friday- Chapter 6 Functions test
Monday- We will complete our study guide for our test on writing linear equations.
Tuesday- Chapter 5 Test on Writing Linear Equations
Wednesday- We will identify and represent functions. Assignment: identifying and representing functions handout
Thursday- We will describe functions as linear or nonlinear. We will practice problems from textbook pages 162-164. Assignment: describing functions handout
Friday- We will use tables, graphs, and equations to describe functions. We will practice problems from pages 167-170 in our textbook.
Monday- We will write equations for linear relationships from graphs and descriptions. We will take notes and practice problems from textbook pages 127-130.
Tuesday- We will continue to write equations for linear relationships from graphs and descriptions. Assignment: writing equations problem solving handout
Wednesday- No School
Thursday- We will write equations from tables of ordered pairs. Assignment: writing equations from tables handout
Friday- We will contrast linear and nonlinear sets of bivariate data. We will complete textbook pages 144-145 (1-8) and a bivariate data handout.
Monday- We will distinguish between proportional and nonproportional relationships. Assignment: textbook pages 117-119 (1-7)
Tuesday- We will complete our studyguide for our test and textbook page 121 (1-7). Slope ArtExtra Credit Opportunity: Write your name using lines. Use 4 different colors for your lines to indicate the type of slope they show. Include a key to explain your slope colors. Use lined or graph paper to help make straight lines. You need to have 6 or more letters to receive credit.
Wednesday- We will take our chapter 4 test on nonproportional relationships.
Thursday- We will calculate slope of a line from two points on the line. Assignment: slope from two points handout
Friday- We will write equations for linear relationships from graphs and descriptions. We will take notes and practice problems from textbook pages 127-130. (note- This could become Monday's lesson depending on the time of the Miss Tennessee visit.)
Monday: We will represent linear nonproportional relationships. We will complete examples from pages 95-98 in our textbook and a task about the cost of pizza depending on the number of toppings.
Tuesday- Barter Theater field trip
Wednesday- We will determine the slope and y-intercept from tables, equations, and situations. Practice assignment: pages 107-108 (1-10)
Thursday- We will continue to determine the slope and y-intercept from tables, equations, and situations. Assignment: Determining slope handout
Friday- We will graph nonproportional relationships using slope and y-intercept. Assignment: graphing handout
Monday- no school
Tuesday- We will find slope from a table of ordered pairs and from to points. Assignment: tables and 2 points handout
Wednesday- We will calculate slope from a graph and from an equation. Assignment: slope from graphs and equations handout
Thursday- We will graph equations and write equations in slope-intercept form based on a given graph. Practice Assignment: graphs to equations & equations to graphs handout
Friday- We will finish graphing equations and writing equations in slope-intercept form. Assignment: stained glass activity
Monday- We will complete our study guide for our test. Extra Credit is due today.
Wednesday- Field Trip to Long View Ranch
Thursday- no school
Friday- no school- Enjoy Fall Break!
Monday- no school
Tuesday- We will graph and compare proportional relationships. Assignment: Textbook pages 74-75 (1-12)
Wednesday- We will learn how to calculate rate of change, or slope. We will complete problems from textbook pages 79-80.
Thursday- We will continue to calculate rate of change, or slope. We will complete more practice problems from pages 81-82 in our textbook. Assignment: rate of change and slope handout
Friday- We will interpret unit rate as slope. Assignment: interpreting unit rate handout
Extra Credit (worth up to 12 points) Choose one of the following projects to complete.
Each one must contain information explaining what slope is and incorporate the different
types of slope.
1.) Draw a comic strip depicting the "Adventures of Slope Man" or some other slope related character. The cartoon must be a minimum of 4 panels.
2.) Write a story about the "Adventures of Slope Man" or some other slope related character. The story must be a minimum of 2 paragraphs.
Monday: We will create examples of equations with one solution, no solutions, and infinitely many solutions. In class, we will practice problems from textbook pages 215-218.
Tuesday: We will continue to create examples of equations with one solution, no solutions, and infinitely many solutions. We will practice problems from page 219 (7-13). Assignment: Equations with many or no solutions handout
Wednesday: We will complete a gallery walk activity to review solving equations in
one variable. Assignment: Dear Teacher letter:
1.) How do you solve an equation with the variable on both sides?
2.) What are inverse operations?
3.) If you have Distributive Property with a rational number, how do you get rid of the rational number?
4.) How do you know if your equation has no solution?
5.) How do you know if your equation has infinitely many solutions?
Thursday: We will complete our study guide for our chapter 7 test.
Friday: We will take our chapter 7 test on equations.
Math Binder checks will take place:
____ Tabs labeled POTD, EQ/Notes, Foldables, Dear Teacher, Tasks
____ Problems of the Day kept up with in POTD section
____ Essential Questions and notes in EQ/Notes section
____ Dear Teacher letter about math (1st letter of 9 weeks) in Dear Teacher letter section
____ Pink Real/ Rational/ Irrational Numbers Graphic Organizer in Foldables section
____ Exponents foldable in Foldables section
____ Orange Scientific Notation Graphic Organizer in Foldables section
Monday- no school; enjoy the eclipse
Tuesday- We will solve equations in one variable that involve using the Distributive Property. We will practice problems in our textbook from pages 209-211.
Wednesday- We will continue to solve equations in one variable that involve using the Distributive Property. Assignment: Distributive Property handout
Thursday- We will continue to solve equations in one variable that involve using the Distributive Property. Assignment: page 212 (3-12)
Friday- no school
Monday: We will take our unit 1 test.
Tuesday: We will review how to solve 1-step and 2-step equations by using inverse operations. Assignment: 2-step equations practice sheet
Wednesday: We will solve equations with variables on both sides. Assignment: textbook page 201 (7-11)
Thursday: We will solve equations with variables on both sides that include rational numbers.
Friday: We will continue to solve equations with rational numbers. Assignment: equations with variables on both sides handout
Monday: We will solve word problems involving adding and subtracting numbers written in scientific notation. Assignment: word problem handout
Tuesday: We will solve word problems involving multiplying and dividing with numbers written in scientific notation. Assignment: multiplication and division with scientific notation handout
Wednesday: We will complete our study guide for our chapter 2 test.
Thursday: We will take our chapter 2 test.
Friday: We will begin to review unit 1. Assignment: rational/irrational task
Monday: We will continue to work with integer exponents. We will learn about power of a power and power of a product. Assignment: power of a power and power of a product handout
Tuesday: We will learn about the zero exponent property and the negative exponent property. Assignment: negative exponent property handout
Wednesday: We will begin to learn how to write numbers in scientific notation. Practice: scientific notation handout
Thursday: We will add and subtract numbers that are written in scientific notation. No assignment
Friday: We will work on word problems that involve addition and subtraction of numbers written in scientific notation. We will have 5 practice problems.
Monday: We will classify and order real numbers.
Tuesday- We will continue to order real numbers. We will complete textbook page 24 (1-11).
Wednesday- We will complete an ordering real numbers handout and textbook page 27 (1-15) to prepare us for our ch. 1 test.
Thursday- We will take our chapter 1 test.
Friday- We will begin to learn about the properties of exponents. We will complete work on the product of powers and the quotient of powers.
Monday: We will evaluate square roots.
Tuesday- We will evaluate cube roots. Assignment: square root and cube root handout
Wednesday- We will estimate the value of irrational numbers. We will have an estimating irrational number practice handout
Thursday- We will finish learning about rational and irrational numbers. Assignment: Dear Teacher letter:
Write a friendly letter, answering the following questions:
1.) Was is the difference between a terminating decimal and a repeating decimal?
2.) How do you turn a repeating decimal into a fraction?
3.) What is a perfect square?
4.) How do you solve an equation involving a number cubed?
5.) What is the difference between a rational number and an irrational number?
Sign your name at the bottom.
Exit Ticket: What is the easiest thing you have learned about so far in chapter 1? What is the most difficult thing you have learned about in chapter 1?
Friday: We will classify real numbers. Assignment: textbook page 19 (14-22)
Monday (10th)- Early dismissal at 11:00
Tuesday (11th)- Get your syllabus signed!
Assignment: Dear Teacher letter: Start your letter with "Dear Mrs. Milhorn". Write a 5-sentence paragraph. The sentences should include whether you find math easy or difficult, your favorite part about math last year, and your least favorite part about math last year. Tell me your goal in math this year. Finally, tell me one more thing you think I should know about you. Sign your name at the bottom.
Wednesday (12th)- We will review integers and the order of operations.
Thursday (13th)- We will take our universal screener. no assignment
Friday (14th)-We will write rational numbers as fractions and decimals. Assignment: rational numbers handout