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# Monthly Archives: October 2010

## Day 45 thru 48 – October 27, 28, 29 & November 1

Algebra 1a: Chapter 3, Lesson 1 and Lesson 2, pages 114 and 119. The Addition and Multiplication Properties of Equality (I call these 1 STEP EQUATIONS) You can add, subtract, multiply or divide the same number to both sides of … Continue reading

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## Day 44 – October 26

Algebra 1a Benchmark #2 – TODAY No homework tonight, yeah!

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## Day 41, 42 and 43 – October 21, 22 and 25

Algebra 1a: Chapter 2 Review Preparation for our Algebra Benchmark #2 next Tuesday. Gather your questions about our review packets and make sure that your notes are up to date. The Chapter 2 Benchmark is worth 200 POINTS!

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## Day 40 – October 20

Chapter 2, Quiz #4 retake Today we took, again, the Chapter 2 Quiz #4. Let’s hope this stuff sticks in our heads!!

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## Day 38 and 39 – October 18, 19

Algebra 1a: Chapter 2, Lesson 9, page 98. Writing Equations Plan to write and solve an equation by: Can I use a variable to represent an unknown number? Can I represent other conditions in terms of the variable? Can I … Continue reading

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## Day 36 and 37 – October 14, 15

Algebra 1a: Chapter 2, Lesson 8, page 93. Inverse of a Sum and Simplifying The inverse of a SUM Property: For any rational numbers, `−(a+b)=−a+(−b)`. The additive inverse of a sum is the sum of the additive inverses. In other … Continue reading

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## Day 34 and 35 – October 12, 13

Algebra 1a: Chapter 2, Lesson 7, page 89. Using the Distributive Property The distributive property of multiplication over addition and subtraction is: `a(b+c)=ab+ac` and `a(b−c)=ab−ac` You can also combine LIKE TERMS ONLY IF THE VARIABLE AND THE EXPONENT OF THE … Continue reading

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## Day 31 and 32 and 33 – October 6-8, 11

Algebra 1a: Chapter 2, Lessons 5 and Lesson 6, pages 77 and 81 Multiplication and Division of Rational Numbers Today is easy because the rules for multiplication and division are simple. When multiplying 2 numbers AND if the SIGNS are … Continue reading

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## Day 29 and 30 – October 4, 5

Algebra 1a: Chapter 2, Lesson 4, page 71. Subtraction of Rational Numbers Today, we are working on subtraction of rational numbers. Remember, just do the inverse of subtraction and ADD the inverse (or opposite) of the number to the other … Continue reading

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## Day 27 and 28 – September 30, October 1

Algebra 1a: Chapter 2, Lesson 3, page 63. Addition of Rational Numbers. Adding 2 positive or negative numbers Add the absolute values. The sum has the same sign as the 2 numbers. Adding a positive and a negative number Subtract … Continue reading

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