Standard:

p.604-605 #3-6, 10-14, 28, 31, 43-48 (formula for F/C!)

"p.89"- odds

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Pre-Algebra:

p.579-580 #2-36 evens, 49, 51, 52

"Books Never Written" 1st column

**/**"Crow" all
Standard:

p.604-605 #3-6, 10-14, 28, 31, 43-48 (formula for F/C!)

"p.89"- odds

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Pre-Algebra:

p.579-580 #2-36 evens, 49, 51, 52

"Books Never Written" 1st column **/**"Crow" all

Standard:

p.596-598 #3, 7-11, 14, 21, 23, 24, 34-37

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Pre-Algebra:

"Food for Thought"/"Get the Message"

p.579-580 # 1-33 odds

Binder check on Thursday

Standard:

"Geo Review"/"p.119"

p. 569 #7-12

Highlight notes for test!

Ch. 10 Test on Wednesday

Binder check on Wednesday

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Pre-Algebra:

"Collecting Terms"

List all the square #s up to 400:

1x1 = 1

2x2 = 4 etc.

Standard:

p. 544 # 1-8, 15

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Pre-Algebra:

pg.658 # 20, 21, 23, 24

Standard:

"Indirect"/"p.61"

p.540 #12-16, 19-21

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Pre-Algebra:

"3-D Vocab "/" p.338"

p.634 #14-18, 20-26, 31-35

p.644 #1, 2, 7, 8, 15

Standard:

p. 539-540 #1, 2, 4-11, 22, 30-38

p. 552-553 #28, 29, 39-41 (Graph paper)

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Pre-Algebra:

"3-D Vocab "/" p.338"

p.634 #14-18, 20-26, 31-35

p.644 #1, 2, 7, 8, 15

Study for the test!

Ch.10 test on Tuesday

Standard:

No homework

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Pre-Algebra:

p.551 #19, 20

p.559 #5, 6

p.569 #4-18

Study for the test!

Ch.10 test on Tuesday

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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