Read 14A, 14B, 14C: Define congruent, similar. Take notes on rules for congruence and for similarity.

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2/27/13

2/28/13

Review Worksheet for Chapter 13 Factoring Algebraic Expressions, also review the Review Sets from the textbook for statistics, Equations, Ratios, and Factoring.

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2/25/13

2/26/13

Exercise 13F all, and Exercise Review Set 13A.

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2/20/13

2/22/13

Exercise 13C #1-2, 13D #1-5

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2/15/13

2/19/13

Vocab to define in your own words: product, factors, GCF, Prime #, prime factors, common factors, HCF, expansion, factorization.
Exercise 13A #5, 13B #1 1st col, #2 1st col, #3-4 1st-3rd col, #8 all

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2/12/13

2/13/13

Exercise 12I all

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2/11/13

2/12/13

Exercise 12H all

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2/8/13

2/11/13

Read and take notes on 12G-12I. Write the definitions for bold words, take notes on questions you have about anything you don't understand, read through the examples and write out your questions.

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2/6/13

2/8/13

Exercise 12D p252 #1-6, 12E p252 #1a-d, 2,3 4-11 (choose at least 5), 12F #1-6, 12G 1-7.
Writing: In your own words, write what the unitary method is and why it is important.
Describe how to use ratios to divide quantities.
Explain why we use scale diagrams and how to use them.
Explain why rates are used and give three examples from your life where you deal with rates.

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2/5/13

2/6/13

Exercise 12B #2-7, 12C (at least 7)

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2/1/13

2/5/13

Exercise 10F #1, 2, 4 10G #2,3 10H #2-7 10I #1-4 (graphics calculator) If you do not have a graphing calculator, you will need to do #5,6

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1/29/13

2/1/13

Complete by Friday:
Exercise 10A #1-5 and at least 1 from #6-8
10B #1-5, (+1 Challenge create graph in computer graphing program, and #6)
10C #1-4 (+1 Challenge create graph in computer)
10D #1-4 1a,c,d #2, #3, #4 (+1 Challenge repeat #2 for our school, repeat #4 for our vivero)
10E #1-6, #7-10 (choose at least 2), #11-14 (choose at least 2)

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1/28/13

1/29/13

Read 10A and 10B (Statistics) and take notes.

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1/25/13

1/28/13

Watch these videos and complete the exercises (Solving for a variable15 minutes)
Math 10 text Exercise 11J p241 From #1-5, choose at least 3. From #6-13 choose at least 4.
Basic Equation Practice and Videos (Variables on Both Sides 25 minutes)
Further explanation video: Choosing the best "Plan"

Exercise 9C pp173-176 #3-7 Every Other Letter (EOL) and #9 all

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1/14/13

Quiz today on decimals, percentages, and scientific notation. When complete, read page 168 and work on 9A for homework.

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1/11/13

1/11/13

Exercise 8F in class. Homework: A flight from Tamarindo to San Jose is $94. Tomorrow there is a sale for 15% off. How much is the ticket? The flight is smooth and you are generous and want to tip the crew 20%. How much is the tip? How much is your total trip?

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1/9/13

1/10/13

In class/Homework Exercise 8C all #1-16 and 8D all #1-5

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1/8/13

1/9/13

Exercise 8A p150-152 #1-6 all; and 8B p153-154 #1-5 all

Exercise 6E in class and 6F #4-11 for homework (pp 122-124)

11/14

11/13/12

11/14/12

Exercise 6A #1-6 Every other letter, 6B #1-9 odd, 10, 6C #1-5, and Word Bank in class.

10/14

11/9/12

11/12/12

Using EBSCOhost, find and read three articles on the Origins of Algebra. Then write a summary of 3 new things you learned. Make sure to reference your articles. Use Ebscohost.

10/14

11/6/12

11/7/12

Exercise 5B odds pages 103-106. Show all work.

10/14

11/5/12

11/6/12

Exercise 5A #1 (col a and c), 2, 3, and choose 4 from #4-13. This is to be handed in. Neatness counts.

9/14

10/31/12

11/2/12

You may create a formula card for your quiz on the notecard provided on 3"x5" card. QUIZ FRIDAY 11/2/12

9/14

10/30/12

10/31/12

Review Exercise 4A on page 95 (1-13 All)

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10/29/12

11/2/12

Find the area of the school roof and the rainfall for the rainy season in Flamingo.

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10/26/12

10/29/12

Exercise 3A Review (ALL) and Notation and Truth Tables (6-9 on page 78 in class)

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10/24/12

10/26/12

Exercise 1H (Introduction to Logic) #1-5 on pages 76-78 (Fractal Broccoli)

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10/23/12

10/24/12

Exercise 3G 1-9 starting on page 74. In problem 3, do a,c,e,g,i,k.

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10/17/12

N/A

In class review of exercises 3E and 3F.

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10/16/12

10/17/12

Exercise in Class choose 6 from 3E, and choose 6 from 3F (include #9)

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10/15/12

10/15/12

In class, read and take notes on Section 3D and complete Exercises 1-6 on pages 68-69

Textbook pages 62-66 3A and 3B - Set Notation and Important Number Sets. Watch this video "How Big is Infinity?"

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10/9/12

10/12/12

Write yourself a letter from 5 years in the future. Some things to help spur your mind: Where are you? Who are you? What are you doing? What language are you speaking? Are you in school? What are you studying? Type this assignment and save as a .doc file. You will submit via dropbox by Friday the 12th.

QUIZ MONDAY on exponent rules, including scientific notation, fractions raised to a positive exponent, fractions raised to a negative exponent, fractions raised to a fraction exponent, fractions raised to 0, base-index notation, simplifying exponents, writing negative exponents as positive exponents.

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10/2/12

10/2/12

Complete this worksheet on your own. We will have a quiz on this topic Friday. Also, download the IB Data Booklet and look it over. Question: What math formulas that you've used in the past are not shown here? What math formulas that you've never used in the past are shown here? Respond to this question herein the discussion area.

1. Play this game and show me when you've completed all 9 levels.
2. Exercise 2D 1-7 pp 57-59.
When you have completed this exercise and you've shown me your work, you will begin a web tutorial.
3. Laws of Exponents - When you complete this, show me your results. If you finish at home, email a screenshot.
4. Fractional Exponents - When you complete this, show me your results. If you finish at home, email a screenshot.

Here's my WebQuest! I actually had fun doing this assignment, and it refreshed my memory on many concepts that I needed a reminder on! Thanks,[student in Math 11/12]"

Associate all symbols with their definition...you may work in pairs. You may check your work. Write your answers out and hand in when complete.

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9/14/12

9/19/12

p354-355 Review Exercise 17A (ALL)

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9/12/12

9/14/12

p351 #1(acef), 2(acdg), 3(ab), challenge 4(abc)

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9/7/12

Add mrjonathan@lapazschool.org as your coach on www.khanacademy.org. Review the syllabus and comment below in the discussion that you have read it (you are agreeing that you have reviewed this with your parents!).

Welcome to Math 10Send Mr. Jonathan an email: mrjonathan@lapazschool.org

AssignmentsWeekAssignedDueAssignmentProbability Multiplication Rule

18C #8def, #9 a,b

18D #1-10 choose 7

Graph 18A #1a,d #2f

Set Equal 18B #1 adg

Substitution 18C #1, 2acdf, 3, 4

Elimination 18C #5acdf, 6acdf, 7ef

Exercise 13A #5, 13B #1 1st col, #2 1st col, #3-4 1st-3rd col, #8 all

Writing: In your own words, write what the unitary method is and why it is important.

Describe how to use ratios to divide quantities.

Explain why we use scale diagrams and how to use them.

Explain why rates are used and give three examples from your life where you deal with rates.

Exercise 10A #1-5 and at least 1 from #6-8

10B #1-5, (+1 Challenge create graph in computer graphing program, and #6)

10C #1-4 (+1 Challenge create graph in computer)

10D #1-4 1a,c,d #2, #3, #4 (+1 Challenge repeat #2 for our school, repeat #4 for our vivero)

10E #1-6, #7-10 (choose at least 2), #11-14 (choose at least 2)

Math 10 text Exercise 11J p241 From #1-5, choose at least 3. From #6-13 choose at least 4.

Basic Equation Practice and Videos (Variables on Both Sides 25 minutes)

Further explanation video: Choosing the best "Plan"

Math Studies SL text Linear Simultaneous Equations - Solving by Substitution; Solving by Elimination Section 5H Investigation p156, Exercises 5H.1, 5H.2, and 5H.3

Video: Solving Systems of Equations by Substitution

Video: Solving Systems of Equations by Elimination

QUIZ FRIDAY 11/2/12Exercise 3C in class.

QUIZMONDAY on exponent rules, including scientific notation, fractions raised to a positive exponent, fractions raised to a negative exponent, fractions raised to a fraction exponent, fractions raised to 0, base-index notation, simplifying exponents, writing negative exponents as positive exponents.are not shownhere? What math formulas that you've never used in the pastare shownhere? Respond to this question herein the discussion area.1. Positive Exponents

2. Negative Exponents

3. Exponent Rules

2. Exercise 2D 1-7 pp 57-59.

When you have completed this exercise and you've shown me your work, you will begin a web tutorial.

3. Laws of Exponents - When you complete this, show me your results. If you finish at home, email a screenshot.

4. Fractional Exponents - When you complete this, show me your results. If you finish at home, email a screenshot.

Review of Algebraic and Numeric Expressions: Download pdf and complete on separate loose-leaf to hand in. Thank you!

Watch:Slope and y-intercept intuitionWatch:Point Slope and Standard FormComplete these Exercises:

Slope Intercept Form

Converting between "Point-Slope" and "Slope-Intercept"

Equation of a Line

Feedback:

"Hey Mr. Chapman,

Here's my WebQuest! I actually had fun doing this assignment, and it refreshed my memory on many concepts that I needed a reminder on!

Thanks,[student in Math 11/12]"

Classroom Procedures and Expectations: Math 10Syllabus: Math 10 First Trimester

Mr. Jonathan's Classroom Schedule