Cheri Palacio 6th, 7th and 8th Grade Math 

Math Test Schedule 6th Grade: Tuesday, April 23 over solving one step inequalities 7th Grade: Friday, April 26 over Probability (Dependant and Independant) and the Fundamental Counting Principle 8th Grade: Tuesday, April 23 over Functions, Relations, Slope, X and Y Intercepts, Slope Intercept Form
Junior High Math Assignments Click on the assignment if it is aworksheet to access the link and download it.April 15  April 18 Monday, April 15 6th: Worksheet solving One Step Inequalities front and back 7th: Workbook pg. 38586 #217 Students should think about #1213 and be able to explain the reason for their answers. 8th: Workbook pg. 18990 #220 even ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Tuesday, April 16 6th: Solve Inequalities Add or Subtraction (front) and Mult or Division (back) 7th: Probability Worksheets pg 1, pg 2, pg 3 (front and back) 8th: Interpret Slope and Y intercept word problems ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Wednesday, April 17 6th: Review for Test #11 7th: Permutation and Fundamental Counting Principle Packet 8th: Review for Test #11 Page we did in class, Review Packet Test #11 _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Thursday, April 18 6th: Finish Review for Test #11 and study for test 7th: Finish Permutation and Fundamental Counting Principle Packet given on Wednesday 8th: Finish Review for Test #11 and study for test April 812 Monday, April 8 6th: ITBS testing finish packet 7th: ITBS testing finish packet 8th: Workbook pg. 17778 #1322 (students had time in class to complete this assignment) Due tomorrow Workbook pg. 18182 #220 even __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Tuesday, April 9 6th: ITBS testing finish packet 7th: Finish ITBS Packet and pg. 37374 #113 (complete problems we did not get done in class.) 8th: Finish Slope and Functions Packet _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Wednesday, April 10 6th: ITBS testing Finish Packet 7th: Finish ITBS packet and problems from page 37374 given yesterday 8th: Workbook page 17980 #1618 (We did all others on this workbook page together in class Workbook page 18384 #917 #21 (We did #17, 18 and 19 in class together) _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Thursday, April 11 6th: ITBS testing Finish Packet 7th: Intro to Independent Events in Probability and Practice Worksheet Only the front of this worksheet. We will do the back tomorrow in class. 8th: Scatterplots and X and Y Intercepts packet ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Friday, April 12 6th: Solving one step inequalities front and back 7th: Dependent and Independent Probability (students need to complete the back of the worksheet from Thursday's assignment as well.(See Google Classroom for copies of worksheets 8th: Workbook pg. 18586 #220 even __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ April 1  April 5 Monday, April 1 6th: Review Packet Test #10: Solve One Step Equations, Set up and Solve Proportions 7th: Study for test tomorrow. Go over worksheets from Thursday and Friday and Workbook pages over Percent 8th: Review Packet Test #10: Perspective, Volume and Surface Area ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Tuesday, April 2 No Homework for 6th, 7th or 8th due to shut down _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Wednesday, April 3 6th: ITBS Review Packet Tomorrow students need to have completed or have questions about the following pages: 1, 9,17, 25, 41, 33, 49, 57, 65, 73, 81, 89, 97, 105, 113. We check 1, 9, 17, 25, 41 in class. This does not mean we cannot go back over a problem on those pages if a student has questions. All they need to do is ask. For some they might need the area of a rectangle A = bh or A = lw. Our next unit is Geometry. Unfortunately, this test is being taken before we can get to that unit. Also they need 1 kilometer (km) = 1000 meters (m) 7th: Work on the ITBS Review Packet and the pages assigned on Monday 8th: Why Did They Build a Gym on Wall Street? Review and dividing fractions and mixed numbers ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Thursday, April 4 6th: Try to finish the pages given in class reviewing for the ITBS on Monday. We need to be able to address all questions tomorrow, Friday. 7th: Try to finish the pages given in class reviewing for the ITBS on Monday. We need to be able to address all question tomorrow, Friday. 8th: Workbook pg. 17575 #2,4, 5, 6 #922 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Friday, April 5 6th: Finish ITBS Review Packet Due next Friday (Students were given the answers n class. They need to show work for the problems) 7th: Finih ITBS Review Packet Due next Friday (Students were given some of the answers for this packet. The rest of the answers are up in Google Classroom. They need to show work for the problems.) 8th: Graduation pictures. Students need to complete Thursday homework (Due MONDAY!!) _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
This is helpful information that can be used all year by my students! Order of Operations: G 1) Parenthesis or other grouping symbols E 2) Exponents MDleft to right 3) Multiplication or division in the order it appears from left to right ASleft to right 4) Addition or subtraction in the order it appears from left to right Adding and Subtracting Rational Numbers: ______________________________ Same sign, add the numbers, 2  6 = 8 4 + 5 = 9 Different signs, subtract. Take the sign of the dominant number, 2  6 = 4 4 + 5= 1 Then you'll be exact. ______________________________ A line and a line ^{}8 – ^{ }10 Make a plus sign ^{}8 + 10 2 ________________________________________________________________ Multiplying and Dividing Rational Numbers _______________________________ pos x pos = pos 6 x 8 = 48 pos x neg = neg 6 x 8 = 48 and 6 x 8 = 48 neg x neg = pos 6 x 8 = 48 any number x zero = zero 6 x 0 = 0 pos / pos = pos 10/2 = 5 pos / neg = neg (Also, neg / pos = neg) 10/2 = 5 and 10/2 = 5 neg / neg = pos 10/2 = 5 zero / any number = zero 0/7 = 0 0/4 = 0 any number / zero = there is no answer for this! 7/0 = undefined ___________________________________________________________________ Multiplying Fractions Write problems side by side. Write fractions in improper form. You DO NOT get common deminators. Cancel any common factors in the numerators and denominators. Before you leave your answer make sure it is in simpliest form. _______________________________________ Dividing Fractions (KCF  Keep Change Flip) Dividing fractions, don't ask why Just flip the second number and multiply. And before you say goodbye, Don't forget to simplify. _______________________________________ Adding and Subtracting Fractions Write the problem verically (up and down) Get common denominators. Put dominant number on top. You do not have to change to improper fractions. With subtraction you may have to borrow. Simplify your answer. 