Today we practiced for our final assessment by working ACE problems from the textbook:

Page 20, numbers 1-6

page 23, number 14 or numbers 23-26

page 46, numbers 10-13, 15

page 71, numbers 7-9, 15-16, 18-23

Assessment Friday. LT’s posted on previous post.

Students worked on unit 3.2 sections A, B, and D and then ACE number 1 and 3 on pages 69 and 70 due next class.

**Learning Targets for mini-assessment on Friday**:

I can calculate (with a calculator) mean, median, mode, range, and MAD of a set of data.

I can answer questions about a set of data and justify my answer using measures of center (mean, median) and measures of variability (range, MAD) and displays of the data (box and whisker plots, line plots).

I can determine if a sample is representative of a given population.

We continued learning about representations of data. Today students reviewed box and whisker plots and practiced making them by completing unit 3.1 A only. Students should have notes on how to complete box and whisker plots.

Students will work in Samples and populations unit 1.1 and 1.2(ABC only) during Wednesday and Thursday of this week. All students will work units 2.1 and 2.2 on Friday. They will glue notes in their notebooks about mean, median, mode, range and MAD. All work is due on Monday.

Students finished ACE problems 17-22 and any late work and revisions. All work and Quiz 1 revisions are due before Quiz 2. Mathxl unit 3 due at 8 am before the quiz.

Quiz Wednesday: Periods 2, 5.

Students reviewed the rules of parallel lines and transversals and practiced finding missing angle measures by working through unit 3.4 and ACE numbers 17-22 due Tuesday (Wednesday for period 6)

Quiz 2: Wednesday for Periods 2,5 and Thursday for Period 6.

Mathxl 3 due Wednesday at 8 am.

Students worked on “rules” for building quadrilaterals in unit 3.3 of the Shapes textbook. Due next class: unit 3.3 and ACE, numbers 8-16.

Quiz 2 Wednesday, 6/1 (Period 2) or Thursday (Period 6). Mathxl unit 3 due Wednesday at 8 AM also.

Students worked on “rules” for building quadrilaterals in unit 3.3 of the Shapes textbook. Due next class: unit 3.3 and ACE, numbers 8-16.

Quiz 2 Wednesday, 6/1. Mathxl unit 3 due Wednesday at 8 AM also.

Students continued their exploration of triangle rules in unit 3.2, pages 64-65 A-C only.

I also re-introduced rotational and reflectional symmetry. Students put notes in their notebooks and then practiced by working unit 3.5, page 73 only A1 and A2. Work is due next class.

Quiz 2 on Wednesday 5/31 for periods 2,5 and on Thursday for Period 6.

Mathxl 3 due before quiz.

- I can use supplementary, complementary angles and the sum of interior angles to solve for missing angle measures.
- I can use the relationship between angles in parallel lines and transversals to solve for missing angle measures.
- I can identify and solve for values of vertical angles.
- I can identify the rules for drawing triangles and identify what will create one and only one triangle, no triangle, or many different triangles.
- I can identify the rules necessary to draw quadrilaterals and parallelograms and the relationships of the angles within the polygons.
- I can identify rotational symmetry (and the number of degrees) and reflectional (line) symmetries (and how many lines of symmetry)
- I can identify polygons that tile (tesselate) and those that don’t and why.
- I can identify regular polygons.