- Instructor
- Mrs. Natalia Avila
- Term
- Semester 2
- Department
- Math

No upcoming assignments.

Classwork assignment to work during the Period 3 time:

Geometry: Go to Adaptive Math and select Geometry. Work on at least 3 pathway steps in the geometry exercises.

If you finished all of the steps in Geometry, go back to Fraction or Function and work on 3 pathway steps there.

This independent classwork will be graded.

Geometry: Go to Adaptive Math and select Geometry. Work on at least 3 pathway steps in the geometry exercises.

If you finished all of the steps in Geometry, go back to Fraction or Function and work on 3 pathway steps there.

This independent classwork will be graded.

In your notebooks, do the step by step solutions for the worksheets below. Please pay attention for specific numbers of the problems that are requested. In addition, I provided answer key for you, so it is very important to show me the step-by-step solutions to get to those answers. (work with just answers will receive zero points)

1) Worksheet #1: only problems 1-8 (answers on the second page) If you forgot how to do it, search Youtube for topic "Adding fractions, subtracting fraction"

2) Worksheet #2: only 1, 3, 5, 7, 8 problems on the worksheet with answers on the 3rd page. In this worksheet instructions says "Write the slope intercept from of the equation of each line", So lines are given in the standard form, to writ them in the slope intercept form (y=mx+b) is simply solve each equations for y. If you forgot how to do it, search youtube "how to solve for y" or "solve for slope-intercept form"

Take pictures of your work and post them here.

1) Worksheet #1: only problems 1-8 (answers on the second page) If you forgot how to do it, search Youtube for topic "Adding fractions, subtracting fraction"

2) Worksheet #2: only 1, 3, 5, 7, 8 problems on the worksheet with answers on the 3rd page. In this worksheet instructions says "Write the slope intercept from of the equation of each line", So lines are given in the standard form, to writ them in the slope intercept form (y=mx+b) is simply solve each equations for y. If you forgot how to do it, search youtube "how to solve for y" or "solve for slope-intercept form"

Take pictures of your work and post them here.

Graded classwork assignment

Do Now: 4/5/21 - Fact Practice - Fractions (link below)

4/5/21 - Functions - At your level (at least 2 steps on the learning path) (link below)

Do Now: 4/5/21 - Fact Practice - Fractions (link below)

4/5/21 - Functions - At your level (at least 2 steps on the learning path) (link below)

Freckle assignment and worksheet (attached)

For the attached worksheet, take pictures of your work and submit here.

Do now submit until both assignments are done.

For the attached worksheet, take pictures of your work and submit here.

Do now submit until both assignments are done.

Done in class: slides 2, 4, 7, 10, 12 (see some students' examples attached)

Homework: 3 slides of your choice from the same desmos activity (attached)

Homework: 3 slides of your choice from the same desmos activity (attached)

This is your class work and homework

Classwork: Watch the video "Linear Equations in two variables" and take notes on the examples provided

then do the practice worksheet # 1-5

Homework: Worksheet # 6-10

The answers stating if the solution (Yes Or No) are provided (the second page), please make sure your step by step solutions are showing the correct answer ( you should get True statement for Yes and False for No)

Please take pictures of your step by step solutions to all 10 problems and post them here.

Classwork: Watch the video "Linear Equations in two variables" and take notes on the examples provided

then do the practice worksheet # 1-5

Homework: Worksheet # 6-10

The answers stating if the solution (Yes Or No) are provided (the second page), please make sure your step by step solutions are showing the correct answer ( you should get True statement for Yes and False for No)

Please take pictures of your step by step solutions to all 10 problems and post them here.

This assignment is practice quiz for the summative quiz on graphing. You will need to complete it and repeat it again if you get less than 70% on your first try.

After completing the practice quiz, you will have to go to the Learning Path for the same topic "Linear Functions" and work on 3 steps on the learning path. it will be graded separately from the practice quiz.

After completing the practice quiz, you will have to go to the Learning Path for the same topic "Linear Functions" and work on 3 steps on the learning path. it will be graded separately from the practice quiz.

In the attached desmos slides:

1) Go back to slide #4 and try to answer the question in more details

2) Work thought slides 5-11 to the best of your understanding. (try your best on each of them)

When finished click this assignment in the google classroom to submit.

1) Go back to slide #4 and try to answer the question in more details

2) Work thought slides 5-11 to the best of your understanding. (try your best on each of them)

When finished click this assignment in the google classroom to submit.

Homework:

Slides 5, 6, and 7 with the same steps

1) graph the given equation and graph the point (3, 5)

2) State if (3, 5) is a solution (hint: if it is on the line, it is a solution)

3) In your notebook, show how you substitute point (3, 5) into the equation and solve to support your statement in step 2

4) find and record two other points that are solution (located on the line)

Finish graphing in the desmos slides # 5, 6, 7 (make sure all other slides are done from the previous classwork) and take pictures of your notes and attach to this assignment.

Slides 5, 6, and 7 with the same steps

1) graph the given equation and graph the point (3, 5)

2) State if (3, 5) is a solution (hint: if it is on the line, it is a solution)

3) In your notebook, show how you substitute point (3, 5) into the equation and solve to support your statement in step 2

4) find and record two other points that are solution (located on the line)

Finish graphing in the desmos slides # 5, 6, 7 (make sure all other slides are done from the previous classwork) and take pictures of your notes and attach to this assignment.