Students took notes on writing fractions as decimals using equivalent fractions over powers of 10, using long division and using benchmark fractions.

Fraction to decimal notes

Students practiced these skills and predicting terminating vs repeating decimals by completing unit 4.2, due November 27 (when we get back from Thanksgiving Break).

Students took part 2 of their LFP test.

Students used today to finish quiz 2 revisions, due before the test on Tuesday.

Tuesday and Wednesday: Test. (Students who are going on the choir field trip on Tuesday should plan to take the test on Wednesday during 6th period.)

Students took their quiz on Wednesday. On Thursday they revised their quizzes.

Test on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Quiz Wednesday

Due Wednesday before the quiz: Green “distance theorem” practice sheet.

Due Thursday: Quiz 1 revisions WR #5 revisions, mathxl “Chapter 3” LFP

Test: Tuesday 11/14 and Wednesday 11/15

Additional ACE practice: Chapter 2: 44, 45, 46, 65

Chapter 3: 18-21, 27, 29,30

Chapter 4: 30, 31, 38-42

WR #6 revisions due 11/16 (Thursday)

Today we worked on the inverse of the Pythagorean Theorem: Given three side lengths of a triangle, if the sum of the squares of the two smaller sides add up to the square of the third side, then the triangle is a right triangle.

Due Tuesday: Unit 3.4.

**Quiz LT’s** for Wednesday’s quiz:

- I can solve for any missing side of a right triangle, given two side lengths.
- I can find the distance between any two points on the coordinate plane by either using a right triangle or using the distance formula.
- I can find the volume of rectangular and triangular prisms and cylinders (including formulas for areas and perimeters/circumference!).
- I can find the area and perimeter (by using the PT or the distance formula) of irregular shapes.
- Given three side lengths, I can tell if a triangle can be made (the sum of the two smallest sides must be greater than the length of the 3rd side). If a triangle can be made, I can use the PT to determine if it is a right triangle.

Students worked in unit 3.3 to find the distance of any line segment by using the Pythagorean Theorem. We then extended the work to show where the distance formula came from. Students may use either method (in their notes) to find the length of a line segment.

Due Monday: unit 3.3 and ACE numbers 17-21 and 24, 26

Wednesday 11/8: Quiz on Chapter 3: Pythagorean Theorem and finding the length of a line segment

Thursday 11/9: Revisions of last WR and Quiz 1 due. Mathxl Pythagoras Chapter 3

Tuesday, 11/14 and Wednesday 11/5 TEST. Please let me know in advance if you will not be here so that you can take the test early. Otherwise, you will take the test in class on the day that you return from break.

Students received notes on Volume (review) and the Pythagorean Theorem. Copies are here:

Pythagorean Theorem notes and volume notes 2017

Due Friday: Weekly Review and 2 PT worksheets.

Math xl for Pythagorean Theorem Chapter 3 is now available, due Monday, 11/13

Revisions for Quiz and last week’s WR are due no later than 11/9 (Thursday).

Today students worked on a “puzzle” proof of the Pythagorean Theorem (unit 3.2). Due Thursday: Unit 3.2 and ACE on pages 49 and 50, numbers 1 through 6.

WR due Friday

Revisions for the quiz and last week’s WR are due no later than next Thursday, 11/9.

Students worked on unit 3.1 in the textbook, due Tuesday.

WR due Friday.

Quizzes were passed back today and Quarter 2 grades are now posted for math. Revisions due by Thursday, 11/9.