Proof of Pythagorean Theorem Quiz over Investigations 1 and 2 Notes Homework

Connected Mathematics - Looking for Pythagoras - Investigation 2 (Squaing Off) *In this investigation, you will explore the relationship betwen the side lengths and areas of squares and use that relationship to dinf the lengths of segments on dot grids.

Connected Mathematics - Looking for Pythagoras - Investigations 3 & 4 (Pythagorean Theorem) *In these investigations, you will explore the important mathematical relationship called the Pythagorean Theorem and how to apply it to real world situations.

1st Semester Review *This week we will review all the concepts from the first semster of school: Order of Operations, Working with Exponents, Real Numbers, Simplifying Radicals, Solving Multi-Step Equations and Inequalities, Statistics, Scatterplot, Correlation, Geometry, Dimension Change, Proportions, Similar Figures, Percent Change, Pythagorean Theorem.

Slope *This week we will learn about slope in all its different forms. Finding the slope given a graph. Drawing the graph given a point and the slope. Solving for the slope using the formula given two points. Using the formula to solve for a missing coordinate. Real world examples of slope as a rate of change. Given a table a data, be able to find the slope and graph the line. Quarter 3 -- Week 5

Slope *This week we will review slope in all its different forms. Finding the slope given a graph. Drawing the graph given a point and the slope. Solving for the slope using the formula given two points. Using the formula to solve for a missing coordinate. Real world examples of slope as a rate of change. Given a table a data, be able to find the slope and graph the line.

Linear Equations *This week we will learn about one of the forms of equations representing lines: Slope-Intercept Form. Students will be able to identify the equation of a line in slope-intercept form given a graph and graph the line given the equation. Students will also be able to convert an equation into slope-intercept form from any of the three forms given a graph or an equation or two points. Quarter 3 -- Week 7

Linear Equations *This week we will learn about the different forms of equations representing lines: Slope-Intercept Form, Point-Slope Form, and Standard Form. Students will be able to identify the equation of a line in slope-intercept form given a graph and graph the line given the equation. Students will also be able to convert an equation into any of the three forms given a graph or an equation or two points.

Please Check This Page Regularly....Classwork and Homework is Subject to Change!!!Quarter 3 -- Week 11/23/121/24/12

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Connected Mathematics - Looking for Pythagoras - Investigation 2 (Squaing Off)*In this investigation, you will explore the relationship betwen the side lengths and areas of squares and use that relationship to dinf the lengths of segments on dot grids.Quarter 3 -- Week 21/30/121/31/12

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Connected Mathematics - Looking for Pythagoras - Investigations 3 & 4 (Pythagorean Theorem)*In these investigations, you will explore the important mathematical relationship called the Pythagorean Theorem and how to apply it to real world situations.Quarter 3 -- Week 32/6/122/7/12

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Field Trip Make Up Work

Due Monday

1st Semester Review*This week we will review all the concepts from the first semster of school: Order of Operations, Working with Exponents, Real Numbers, Simplifying Radicals, Solving Multi-Step Equations and Inequalities, Statistics, Scatterplot, Correlation, Geometry, Dimension Change, Proportions, Similar Figures, Percent Change, Pythagorean Theorem.Quarter 3 -- Week 42/13/122/14/12

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Semester Test Corrections

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Slope*This week we will learn about slope in all its different forms. Finding the slope given a graph. Drawing the graph given a point and the slope. Solving for the slope using the formula given two points. Using the formula to solve for a missing coordinate. Real world examples of slope as a rate of change. Given a table a data, be able to find the slope and graph the line.Quarter 3 -- Week 52/20/122/21/12

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Slope*This week we will review slope in all its different forms. Finding the slope given a graph. Drawing the graph given a point and the slope. Solving for the slope using the formula given two points. Using the formula to solve for a missing coordinate. Real world examples of slope as a rate of change. Given a table a data, be able to find the slope and graph the line.Quarter 3 -- Week 62/27/122/28/12

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Linear Equations*This week we will learn about one of the forms of equations representing lines: Slope-Intercept Form. Students will be able to identify the equation of a line in slope-intercept form given a graph and graph the line given the equation. Students will also be able to convert an equation into slope-intercept form from any of the three forms given a graph or an equation or two points.Quarter 3 -- Week 73/5/123/6/12

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x and y intercepts

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Linear Equations*This week we will learn about the different forms of equations representing lines: Slope-Intercept Form, Point-Slope Form, and Standard Form. Students will be able to identify the equation of a line in slope-intercept form given a graph and graph the line given the equation. Students will also be able to convert an equation into any of the three forms given a graph or an equation or two points.Quarter 3 -- Week 83/12/123/13/12

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City Map Project

Due Monday!

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Quarter 3 -- Week 103/26/123/27/12

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Spring Break4/2/124/3/12

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