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# Monthly Archives: December 2010

## Day 76 and 77 – December 16, 17

Algebra 1a: Chapter 4, Lesson 3, page 180. The Multiplication Property of Inequalities The property states if c is POSITIVE if `a<b`, then `ac<bc` and if `a>b`, then `ac>bc` Where c is NEGATIVE if `a<b`, then `ac>bc` and if `a>b`, … Continue reading

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## Day 74 and 75 – December 14, 15

Algebra 1a: Chapter 4, Lesson 2, page 175. The Addition Property of Inequalities Don’t forget, the equations: if `a<b`, then `a+c<b+c` if `a>b`, then `a+c>b+c` and similar statements are true for ≤ and ≥ For inequality of one step, follow … Continue reading

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## Day 73 – December 13

Algebra 1a: Chapter 4, Lesson 1, page 172. Inequalities and Their Graphs Symbols: `<`, is less than `≤`, is less than or equal to `>`, is greater than `≥`, is greater than or equal to Open or closed circles on … Continue reading

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## Day 69 and 70 – December 7, 8

Algebra 1a: Chapter 1, 2 and 3 Review Benchmark #3 Preparation Chapter Assessment, page 168-169, problems 1-37 ALL Evening tutoring will be on tonight and tormorrow (Wednesday) of this week in preparation for the Chapter 1 through 3 BENCHMARK #3! … Continue reading

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## Day 67 and 68 – December 3, 6

Algebra 1a: Chapter 3 Review Skills Practice 8 and 9, pages 16 and 17. Evening tutoring will be on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week in preparation for the Chapter 1 through 3 BENCHMARK #3! Make sure that your notes … Continue reading

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## Day 65 and 66 – December 1, 2

Algebra 1a: Chapter 3, Lesson 11, page 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)` or `2x+1`. For three consecutive integers, we have `x … Continue reading

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