• Algebra IA (periods 3, 6, and 7):

### Wednesday April 1, 2020

In order to begin the new phase of distance learning, I will be meeting with classes at the following times.  It will not take the entire time period.  For more details - read the email I sent out yesterday.

Period 3:  12:00 - 12:30

# KEEP YOUR EMAIL OPEN AT THIS TIME IN CASE THERE ARE ANY TECHNOLOGY ISSUES.

Periods 6 and 7, we will meet tomorrow!

### Tuesday March 31, 2020

Overview -

• Review of ratios, rates and proportions (Day 2 of 2)

Estimated Time - 30 minutes

1. Check your email. You need to open up your new class One-Note notebook.  Follow the directions in the email.
2. Review #1 – Unit rates

1. Review #2 -  Unit rates (#2)

1. Review #3 – comparing ratios

1. Remember:  strive to earn a Smart Score of an 80 before moving on to the next task ... a 90 is ideal!

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### Monday March 30, 2020

Overview -

• Review of ratios, rates, and proportions (Day 1 of 2)

Estimated Time - 30 minutes

Explanation -

• You will use IXL to review.
• I know you are not used to seeing four assignments, but these are all very quick.

Things to know -

• THIS IS NOT MENTAL MATH.  You will need a notebook, pencil, and calculator to complete these assignments.
• IXL website:  https://www.ixl.com/signin/cbsd
• In IXL you can click above any problem using the "Learn with an Example" to get help on that type of problem.

1. Review #1 - Understanding ratios

1. Review #2 – Identifying equivalent ratios

1. Review #3 – Writing equivalent ratios

1. Review #4 – Equivalent ratios word problems

1. Remember:  strive to earn a Smart Score of an 80 before moving on to the next task ... a 90 is ideal!

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### Thursday March 26, 2020

Overview -

• Review of solving linear equations (day 3)

Estimated Time - 30 minutes

Explanation -

• YOU ONLY HAVE ONE ASSIGNMENT TODAY!!!!

Things to know -

• THIS IS NOT MENTAL MATH.  You will need a notebook, pencil, and calculator to complete these assignments.
• In IXL you can click above any problem using the "Learn with an Example" to get help on that type of problem.

1. Review # 1 – Solving equations: variables on both sides

## You cannot do these problems mentally.  Get a piece of paper!!

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/solve-equations-with-variables-on-both-sides

1. Remember:  strive to earn a Smart Score of an 80 before moving on to the next task ... a 90 is ideal!

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### Wednesday March 25, 2020

Overview -

• Review of solving linear equations (day 2)

1. Review #1 – Solving equations: complete the solution

2.   Review #2 – Solving equations: word problems

3.  Remember:  strive to earn a Smart Score of an 80 before moving on to the next task ... a 90 is ideal!

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### Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Overview -

• Review of solving linear equations.

Estimated Time - 30 minutes

Explanation -

• You will use IXL to review.

Things to know -

• THIS IS NOT MENTAL MATH.  You will need a notebook, pencil, and calculator to complete these assignments.
• IXL website:  https://www.ixl.com/signin/cbsd
• In IXL you can click above any problem using the "Learn with an Example" to get help on that type of problem.

1. Review #1 – Solving one-step equations

1. Review #2 – Solving two-step equations

1. Review # 3 – Solving equations using like terms

1. Remember:  strive to earn a Smart Score of an 80 before moving on to the next task ... a 90 is ideal!

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Monday, March 23, 2020

Overview -

• Review of writing linear equations.

Estimated Time - 30 minutes

Explanation -

• You will use IXL to review.
• Remember, if you get the slope incorrect, you will have to start over.
• These problems require work on paper.  Please do not try to do them in your head!
• In assignment #2:
• You only need 2 ordered pairs from each table.
• Instead of using y = mx + b, IXL wants you to use f(x) = mx + b.  Remember f(x) is called function notation.  It’s the “fancy way” to write y.

Things to know -

• THIS IS NOT MENTAL MATH.  You will need a notebook, pencil, and calculator to complete these assignments.
• IXL website:  https://www.ixl.com/signin/cbsd
• In IXL you can click above any problem using the "Learn with an Example" to get help on that type of problem.

1. Review #1 – Write an equation in slope-intercept form:

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/slope-intercept-form-write-an-equation

2.  Review #2 – Write an equation from a table:READ THE DIRECTIONS ABOVE BEOFRE STARTING THIS ASSIGNMENT!!!!!!!

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/slope-intercept-form-write-an-equation-from-a-tabl

3.Remember:  strive to earn a Smart Score of an 80 before moving on to the next task ... a 90 is ideal!

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Friday, March 20

Thursday March 19, 2020

Overview -

• Review of graphing linear equations.

Estimated Time - 30 minutes

Explanation -

• You will use IXL to review.
• When graphing in slope-intercept form, y = mx + b
• Start on the b, on the y-axis.
• Use the slope to rise and run to get at least one more point.
• When graphing vertical and horizontal lines:
• Vertical lines are x = #
• Horizontal lines are y = #

Things to know -

• THIS IS NOT MENTAL MATH.  You will need a notebook, pencil, and calculator to complete these assignments.
• IXL website:  https://www.ixl.com/signin/cbsd
• In IXL you can click above any problem using the "Learn with an Example" to get help on that type of problem.

1. Review #1 -  Graphing a line with a point and slope:

2. Review #2 – Graphing a linear equation:

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/slope-intercept-form-graph-an-equation

3.  Review #3 – Graphing vertical and horizontal lines:

4.  Remember:  strive to earn a Smart Score of an 80 before moving on to the next task ... a 90 is ideal!

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Wednesday March 18, 2020

Overview -

• Review of slope.

Estimated Time - 30 minutes

Explanation -

• You will use IXL to review.
• When finding slope from a graph use m = rise/run.  (left to right)
• When finding slope from two ordered pairs use m = y2 – y1/x2 – x1
• Slope should be written as whole numbers or fractions (not mixed numbers.

Things to know -

• THIS IS NOT MENTAL MATH.  You will need a notebook, pencil, and calculator to complete these assignments.
• IXL website:  https://www.ixl.com/signin/cbsd
• In IXL you can click above any problem using the "Learn with an Example" to get help on that type of problem.

1. Review #1 – Finding slope from a graph:

1. Review #2 – Finding slope from a graph (2):

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/find-the-slope-of-a-graph

1. Review #3 – Finding slope when given two points:

1. Remember:  strive to earn a Smart Score of an 80 before moving on to the next task ... a 90 is ideal!

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Tuesday March 17, 2020

Overview -

• Review of writing equations in standard form, including vertical and horizontal lines.

Estimated Time - 30 minutes

Explanation -

• You will use IXL to review.
• Slope-intercept form y = mx + b
• Standard Form: Ax + By = C
• A, B, and C are integers (no decimals or fractions).
• A is positive.
• A, B, and C have no common factors.
• Vertical and horizontal lines
• Equation of a vertical line:  x = #
• Equation of a horizontal line: y = #

Things to know -

• THIS IS NOT MENTAL MATH.  You will need a notebook, pencil, and calculator to complete these assignments.
• IXL website:  https://www.ixl.com/signin/cbsd
• In IXL you can click above any problem using the "Learn with an Example" to get help on that type of problem.

1. Review #1 -Writing equations in standard form
1. Review #2 - Writing equations in slope-intercept form

1. Review # 3- Equations of vertical and horizontal lines

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/equations-of-horizontal-and-vertical-lines

1. Remember:  strive to earn a Smart Score of an 80 before moving on to the next task ... a 90 is ideal!

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