## All Classes Monday and Period 6 Tuesday

Students took their quiz today. They will work on revisions and studying next class.

Students took their quiz today. They will work on revisions and studying next class.

Students used class time to work on ACE and/or Study guides to prepare for next week’s assessments.

Error on key: Matching for number 4, I switched the graph and equation letters. The Group 3 should read Table C, Graph G, and Equation J. Also, Table B is grouped with Graph H and Equation M

Finally, problem 12 e is marked as a challenge. There will NOT be a problem this hard on the assessments.

Students entered notes on perpendicular and parallel lines in their notebooks. Students continued practice with applications of linear equations by working A, C, and D of unit 4.4 and ACE numbers 3-12, due next class.

Mathxl 4 due Friday 4/21 at 8 am. Also all Equation quiz revisions should be done by Friday.

Quiz Monday for Period 2 and Tuesday for Period 6.

Test for both classes on Thursday 4/27.

Students took notes on parallel and perpendicular lines as we reviewed unit 4.3. We continued work with applications of linear equations. Due next class: unit 4.4 (A, C, D only- NOT B) and ACE numbers 3-12.

Students continued exploration of slope with parallel and perpendicular lines. Unit 4.3 due next class.

Quiz revisions from the equation quiz are due no later than 4/21

Quiz 3 of MSA has been moved to Tuesday for Period 6.

Mathxl unit 4 is still due on Friday 4/21 and the test dates remain the same.

****All Students need to bring their own rulers and graph paper to school!

Students continued exploration of slope with parallel and perpendicular lines. Unit 4.3 due next class.

Quiz revisions from the equation quiz are due no later than 4/21

Quiz 3 of MSA has been moved to Monday for periods 2 and 5 and Tuesday for Period 6.

Mathxl unit 4 is still due on Friday 4/21 and the test dates remain the same.

****All Students need to bring their own rulers and graph paper to school!

- I can solve and check a multi-step equation.
- Given a point, a graph or an equation for a line, I can calculate the slope and the y-intercept for that line.
- I can write the equation for a line, given a graph or data (at least 2 points).
- I can write a linear equation, draw the graph, and write a data table given a problem situation and solve.
- Given the equation or data points, I can draw the graph of the line and identify more points on the line (extend the data table).

Students continued their exploration of slopes by working unit 4.2 in their textbooks and ACE, Chapter 4, problems 20-26 due next class.

Quiz MOnday 4/24 for Periods 2, 5 and Tuesday 4/25 for period 6.

Mathxl unit 4 due 4/21

Test for Period 5 is on 4/26 and for period 2, 6 on 4/27.

Periods 5 and 6 had a sub today, so if you are confused, please try a few problems using your notes and then we will go over the material on Monday/Tuesday in class.

Students received notes on calculating slope in class. Yellow sheet, both sides, is due Monday.

MSA quiz 3 is on Friday, 4/21. Mathxl 4 is due 4/21

Test is on Wednesday, 4/26 for period 5 and on Thursday, 4/26 for Periods 2, 6.