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# Monthly Archives: August 2011

## Day 8 – August 31

Algebra 1: Chapter 1, Lesson 6, page 29. Writing Expressions “Many problems can be solved by translating data given with words into algebraic expressions. To do this, you must know which phrases suggest each of the operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication … Continue reading

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## Day 6 and 7 – August 29-30

Algebra 1: Chapter 1, Lesson 5, page 24. Distributive Property of Mutiplication over Addition The distributive property of mulitplication over addition is written as `a(b+c)=ab+ac`. For example: `3(x+2)=3x+6` The opposite of distribution is factoring where we go backward. For example: … Continue reading

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## Day 5 – August 26

Algebra 1: Chapter 1, Lesson 4, page 19. The Associative Property QUIZ #1 ON TUESDAY, MAKE SURE THAT YOUR NOTES AND CALCULATOR ARE WITH YOU! IT IS WORTH 100 POINTS! We discussed the use of the Associative property by re-grouping … Continue reading

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## Day 4 – August 25

Algebra 1: Chapter 1, Lesson 3, page 15. Exponential Notation A product in which the factors are the same is called a power. We can write `2⋅2⋅2⋅2` as `2^4`. The number 4 is called the exponent and the 2 is … Continue reading

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## Day 3 – August 24

Algebra: Chapter 1, Lesson 2, page 9. The Commutative and Identity Properties Commutative property is only for addition and multiplication. `x+5=5+x` `5*y=y*5` Remember the identify properties of addition (0) and multiplication (1). Anything to the 1st power is the number … Continue reading

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## Day 2 – August 23

Algebra 1 and 1a: Chapter 1, Lesson 1, page 4. Symbols and Expressions In algebra, we use symbols to stand for various numbers. One type of symbol is called a VARIABLE. An expression such as `396/v` and contains at least … Continue reading

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## Day 1 – August 22

Welcome to Algebra 1 and 1a classes! Here you will find my notes of today’s lesson. All students should start on their first homework assignments: Syllabus signed by student and parent/guardian (due Friday, August 26) Million words or less begun … Continue reading

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