•  Algebra I Periods 1 and 2:

### Wednesday April 1, 2020

Announcement:  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 yesterday.

Period 1:  9:00 - 9:30

# KEEP YOUR EMAIL OPEN AT THESE TIMES.  I MAY HAVE TO EMAIL YOU IF THERE ARE ANY TECHNOLOGY ISSUES.

### Tuesday March 31, 2020

Overview -

• Review of systems of equations (Day 5)

Estimated Time - 30 minutes

1. IF YOU HAVEN’T ALREADY, YOU NEED TO CHECK YOUR EMAIL. You must open your new class One-Note notebook.  Follow the directions in the email.
2. Review #1 - Solving systems using elimination

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-2/solve-a-system-of-equations-using-elimination

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 systems of equations (Day 4)

Estimated Time - 30 minutes

Explanation -

• You will use IXL to review.
• Remember you are trying to use different algebraic methods to find where two lines intersect.
• Parallel lines have no solution:
• They have the same slope but have different y-intercepts.
• If two lines are the same, the solution is infinitely many solutions, NOT ALL REAL 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 – Solving systems using substitution (more challenging)

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-2/solve-a-system-of-equations-using-substitution

1. Review #2 -  Solving systems using elimination

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 systems of equations (Day 3)

Estimated Time - 30 minutes

Explanation -

• YOU ONLY HAVE ONE ASSIGNMENT TO COMPLETE 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 systems using substitution

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

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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Algebra I:  Wednesday March 25, 2020

Overview -

• Review of systems of equations (Day 2)

Estimated Time - 30 minutes

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.  Watch this short video to review how to solve a system of equations using graphing.   If the link below does not work, please try the link on the canvas calendar for today's assignment.

2.  Review #2 – Solving systems using graphing (part 2): THIS IS NOT THE SAME ASSIGNMENT AS YESTERDAY.  Please take your time and email me with questions.  You can take a snip of the problem and send me a picture of the problem.  I will reply as soon as I can.

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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### Algebra I:  Tuesday March 24, 2020

Overview -

• Review of systems of equations (Day 1)

Estimated Time - 30 minutes

Explanation -

• Remember you are trying to use different algebraic methods to find where two lines intersect.
• Parallel lines have no solution:
• They have the same slope but have different y-intercepts.
• If two lines are the same, the solution is infinitely many solutions, NOT ALL REAL NUMBERS.

Things to know -

• 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 systems using graphing: TO GRAPH THE LINE, YOU HAVE TO USE SLOPE AND Y-INTERCEPT.  To graph the second equation, you have to click on the equation!

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/solve-a-system-of-equations-by-graphing

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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### Algebra I:  Monday March 23, 2020

Overview -

• Review of exponents (Day 4, last day of exponents!!!!!!)

Estimated Time - 30 minutes

Explanation -

• You will use IXL to review.
• THESE ARE NOT THE SAME ASSIGNMENTS AS THURSDAY.  THEY ARE VERY SIMILAR.
• I encourage you to write the problems down on paper.
• Multiply coefficients
• Divide/simplify coefficients
• Raise coefficients to the power
• Multiply exponents
• Multiplying powers
• Dividing powers
• Raising to a power (IXL calls this the power rule)

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 – Multiply monomials (powers)

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/multiply-monomials

1. Review #2 -  Divide monomials (powers)

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/divide-monomials

1. Review #3 – Multiply and divide monomials (powers)

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/multiply-and-divide-monomials

1. Review #4 – Powers of monomials (raising to a power)

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/powers-of-monomials

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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Friday, March 20, 2020

Algebra I:  Thursday March 19, 2020

• Overview -

• Review of exponents (Day 3)

Estimated Time - 30 minutes

Explanation -

• You will use IXL to review.
• These problems are not at easy as the previous two days.
• I encourage you to write the problems down on paper.
• Multiply coefficients
• Divide/simplify coefficients
• Raise coefficients to the power
• Multiply exponents
• Multiplying powers
• Dividing powers
• Raising to a power (IXL calls this the power rule)

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 - Multiplying monomials (powers)

1. Review #2 – Dividing monomials (powers)

1. Review #3 – multiplying and dividing monomials (powers)

1. Review #4 – Powers of monomials (raising to a power)

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 18, 2020

Overview -

• Review of exponents (Day 2)

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 – Division of powers

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/division-with-exponents

1. Review #2 – Multiply and divide with exponents

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/multiplication-and-division-with-exponents

1. Review #3 – Power rule (raising to a power)

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/power-rule

1. Review #4 – Evaluating powers

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/evaluate-expressions-using-properties-of-exponents

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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Algebra I:  Tuesday March 17, 2020

Overview -

• Review of exponents.

Estimated Time - 30 minutes

Explanation -

• You will use IXL to review.
• Remember you cannot have negative exponents in your final answer, unless the problem specifically asks for it.
• When you multiply powers with the same base:
• Leave the base alone.
• These are meant to be a basic review.  Future problems will include variables.

Things to know -

• THIS IS NOT ALL 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 – Exponents with integer bases

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/exponents-with-integer-bases

1. Review #2 – Exponents with fractions and decimal bases

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/exponents-with-decimal-and-fractional-bases

1. Review #3 – Negative Exponents

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/negative-exponents

1. Review #4 – Multiplication with exponents

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/multiplication-with-exponents

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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