Pre-Algebra:

No homework!

Standard:

No homework!

Pre-Algebra:

Find as many different nets as possible that make a cube. (1cm3)

Standard:

Find as many different nets as possible that make a cube. (1cm3) At least 10 total.

Done By : bob swaget

Pre-Algebra:

p.553 #39-43 No graphing, use the slope formula.

p.560-561 #14,17,24, Quiz #1-5

Finish Reflection and Translation worksheet-2sides

Finish Reflection and Translation worksheet-2sides

Standard:

p.552 #29

p.561 #33-36

p.604 #2-5,9-12 } Use calculator

Done By : bob swaget``````````

Pre-Algebra:

p.551-552 #12,14-19,29,32

p.558-560 #1-6,10,12,13,23

p.561 #1,2

quiz on Wed on 10.5-10.8

Standard:

"Geo vocab" wkst

p.546 #24,31

p.566 #24,26-29

p.569 #1-4,7,8

quiz on Wed on angles and similar figures [10.1-10.6]

Done By : Lily

Pre-Algebra:

"Indirect" wkst

p.544-545 # 5,17,24,31

p.550-551 # 1-11

quiz on Wed on 10.5-10.8

Standard:

"Geo Review"

p. 540-541 # 22, 23

p. 544-545 # 1,2,6-8,16

quiz on Wed on angles and similar figures [10.1-10.6]

Done By : Brofist

Pre-Algebra:

"Indirect Measurement" wkst

p.544-545 #1,6-9,15,16

Standard:

"p.18" wkst #2-6,10,11

p.539-541 #1,2,5-10,34-38

p.544 #3-5

by: Frosty the Melted Snowman

Pre-Algebra:

p.540-541 #12,13,21,22,27,33-38

Standard:

" Quadrilaterals" -1 side

p.533-534 #27,28,42-47, Quiz #2-6

by: Frosty the Melted Snowman

Pre-Algebra:

Highlight your notes

p.627 #15,16

Finish "perimeter"/"MCAS pract." wkst

p.539-540 #1,2,5-10

Test on Wednesday

Standard:

p.525 #27-29,31,32

p.532 #12-22

"Polygon 1" wkst -1 side

"Arctic" wkst -1 side

by: Frosty the Melted Snowman

Pre-Algebra:

Highlight your notes

"Pyth.Practice" wkst -2 Sides

"p.185" wkst

p.619-620 #1-6,15-18

Test on Wednesday

Standard:

p.524 #1,3-7,10-22

p.531 #1-4,8-11

"p. 43" Wkst #1-12 - 1 side

by: Frosty the Melted Snowman

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Try this great web site for demos of how to solve various problems.

http://www. khanacademy.org

This video explains what absolute mean deviation is:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9AJk7TvdpQ