**Standard:**

**"Basic Ideas"**

**p.531-534 #1-12, 18-22, 28, 38-47**

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**Pre-Algebra:**

**p.519 #20-28, 30, 31, 33**

**p. 524-525 #1-11, 23, 24, 31, 33-36**

**Highlight your notes!**

**Quiz on 10.1-10.4 on Friday**

**Ashley and Abdullah**

"Geo. Symbols"/"Polygon 1"-2 sides

'Vocab" -any 15, draw a picture too

"P. 82"/"Missing Angles"

P.515 #56-61

P. 518 #1, 2, 5-13

P.524 #12-18, 22

"13.4 Practice B" #1-5/"13.6 Practice B" #1-7, 11, 12

p.719-721 # 20-22, 26, 37-42 Show work!

Standard:

p.706 #18

p.706 #18

p.718-719 #1-6, 9-14

"Independent"/"Dependent" #1, 3, 5, 7 on each side

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Pre-Algebra:

Any 15 on "Geo. Vocab"

p.532 #5-22

bella lepor is amazing and mrs downey loves me

Standard:

p.705-707 #1-6, 17, 21, 30-35, 38

p.705-707 #1-6, 17, 21, 30-35, 38

p.713-714 #33-36, 38, 39, 45-47

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Pre-Algebra:

"Ch. 13 Cum Practice"

p.727 #3-15

Highlight notes

Ch. 13 Test tomorrow

Standard:

p.699-700 #23-26, 29a, 32, 33(simplify first!), Quiz #1-5

p.699-700 #23-26, 29a, 32, 33(simplify first!), Quiz #1-5

study for quiz

13.1-13.3 Quiz on Friday

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Pre-Algebra:

"What Do You Expect"-2 sides

"Polygom I"-1 side

Ch. 13 Test on Tuesday

Standard:

p.p.693-694 #14, 24, 27-32

p.p.693-694 #14, 24, 27-32

p.698 #1-5, 9-11, 14, 21, 22

13.1-13.3 Quiz on Friday

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Pre-Algebra:

"Independent Events"/"Dependent Events" odds on both sides

p.718 #1-6, 9-14, 20, 21

"Geometry Symbols"

Ch. 13 Test on Tuesday

Standard:

p.682-683 #3-5

p.682-683 #3-5

p.692-693 #7, 8, 10, 11, 19, 20

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Pre-Algebra:

p.712-714 #5-7, 10-12, 14, 18-20, 29-31, 33-39, 48, 52

Ch. 13 test next week

Ch. 13 test next week

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