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Reply #6 - Oct 11th, 2019 at 3:49pm

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from section 3.7:

  • #1-9 cover the basics, so these should be done for sure.
  • #15-17 will stretch your skills to include fractions and decimals - good for solving application problems
  • #18 is disgusting.  A really fun challenge!
  • #19 and 20 are a tiny glimpse at next year's content.
 

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Reply #5 - Oct 8th, 2019 at 1:18pm

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Check out a video lesson on "Adding and Subtracting Polynomials" at the CEMC Courseware site.  You'll have to choose "Adding and Subtracting Polynmomials" from the menu on left side of the page.  Feel free to do any of the review exercises below this video.

We'll tackle some practice questions in class.
 

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         "I sing, for I cannot be silent;
      His love is the theme of my song"
                 -Fanny J. Crosby
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Reply #4 - Oct 4th, 2019 at 12:23pm

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Friday, Oct 4:
During this week we finished off section 3.3 and covered most of 3.4.  You should have attempted and checked the following questions from the text:
  • 3.4 #1-9, 16, 17, 19, 20 from pages 134-138


This weekend, I'd like you to tackle the next lesson on your own, then next week we'll practice together.  Here are your specific tasks for the weekend:
  • Read Lesson 3.5 (pages 144-150).  If the green and white "algebra tiles" confuse you, totally ignore any examples that use them (or at least don't spend too much time challenging yourself to understand their use).  They are meant to be helpful and we might play around with real ones a bit next week, but sometimes they are just too much.
  • Watch some videos on Collecting Like Terms
  • Try (and check) Questions 1-7 on page 151.
 

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                 Mr. D. Vant Erve

         "I sing, for I cannot be silent;
      His love is the theme of my song"
                 -Fanny J. Crosby
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Reply #3 - Sep 30th, 2019 at 3:51pm

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Mon Sep 30:
I'd like all students from
both classes
to submit #10 from page 128 by Wednesday, October 2 at the latest.

The
9A
class should also complete Questions 1-3, 7-9 from pages 134-135.
 

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         "I sing, for I cannot be silent;
      His love is the theme of my song"
                 -Fanny J. Crosby
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Reply #2 - Sep 26th, 2019 at 4:50pm

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Thurs. Sep 26:
9A
: For Monday's class, please show off your communication skills by presenting a detailed response to 3.3 #10 on page 128.

9B
: For tomorrow's class, please complete 3.3 #9, 10, 14, 19
 

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                 Mr. D. Vant Erve

         "I sing, for I cannot be silent;
      His love is the theme of my song"
                 -Fanny J. Crosby
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Reply #1 - Sep 25th, 2019 at 4:15pm

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We tackled this CEMC Problem of the Week together as a class earlier this week.  Try to work out a nice solution for it.  Involve family & friends or anyone who just happens to be walking by if you feel like having a good math moment!
 

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                 Mr. D. Vant Erve

         "I sing, for I cannot be silent;
      His love is the theme of my song"
                 -Fanny J. Crosby
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Sep 25th, 2019 at 3:21pm

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Apart from diagnostic quizzes and Chandos, so far in math class we've covered Section 2 and Section 3 from Chapter 3.  Here's what you should have practiced on your own:
  • From section 2, you should have tried Questions #1-7, 11-13 on pages 114-117.
  • From section 3, you should have tried Questions #1-8 on pages 126-127.  Today (Wed Sep 25) I asked you to try Questions 9, 10, and 14, and I'd like to add 19 if you see this post -it's fun!
 

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                 Mr. D. Vant Erve

         "I sing, for I cannot be silent;
      His love is the theme of my song"
                 -Fanny J. Crosby
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