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# Monthly Archives: October 2007

## Day 37

Algebra: Chapter 3 Review More review with Mixed Review 5 and 6 for homework. Practice makes perfect! Intro to Algebra: Chapter 2 Review We worked on Skills Practice 5 and 6 today ad for homework. Again, practice makes perfect!

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## Day 36

Algebra: Chapter 3 Review Today we worked on Skills Practice 8 and 9, in preparation for the Benchmark #1, that will be next Wednesday. We will have a practice benchmark Monday/Tuesday in preparation. Bring your questions from the end of … Continue reading

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## Day 35

Algebra: Chapter 3-12 (p 163) Reasoning Strategies We DID NOT do this lesson, but chose to focus on Skills Practice 8 and 9 to review for our Benchmark #1 TEST. The purpose of the Skills Practice sheets is to bring … Continue reading

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## Day 34

Algebra: Chapter 3-11 (p 158) More Expressions and Equations Remember, the sum of an integer and the next integer can be represented by `x` and `(x+1)` or `x+ (x+1)`. The sum of consecutive (comes right after each other) odd OR … Continue reading

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## Day 33

Algebra: Chapter 3-10 (p 152) Using Percent The ratio of numbers to 100 is called percent. Percent means “per one hundred”. We use whickity-whack divide, the method that Ms. Phillips taught us in 7th grade. Here is my podcast that … Continue reading

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## Day 32

Algebra: Chapter 3-9 (p 148) Proportion A ratio of 2 quantities is a comparison, often expressed as a fraction. An equation that states that 2 ratios are equal is called a proportion. I prefer to just criss-cross, or cross multiply … Continue reading

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## Day 31

Algebra: Chapter 3-8 (p 145) Solving Equations Involving Absolute Value The absolute value of a number is its distance from zero on the number line. Remember that the absolute value is always positive. Treat absolute value equations just like those … Continue reading

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## Day 30

Algebra: Chapter 3-8 Solving Equations with Absolute Value We will begin this lesson tomorrow, we ran out of time today because of the homework questions from Chapter 3, Lesson 6 and 7. Stay tuned! Intro to Algebra: Chapter 2-6 Division … Continue reading

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## Day 29

Algebra: Chapter 3-7 Formulas Formulas that use more than 1 letter are often called literal equation. Use the formula and solve for the desired variable by treating all other variables as if they are constants or coefficients. Constants are separated … Continue reading

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## Day 28

Algebra: Chapter 3-6 Clearing an Equation of Fractions or Decimals In equations containing fractions, you can use the multiplication property to make the equation easier to solve. To clear the equation of fractions, multiply both sides of the equation by … Continue reading

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