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129 Thursday
Handout Pay attention to the directions! 4D Handout Percent of a Number
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128 Wednesday
TB pg. 250 (#1024) Use the FRACTION method for all except 16, 17, and 21. Use the decimal method for these three. Percent of a Number NOTES
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127 Tuesday
Handout Remember to reduce fractions to simplest form. Percent to fractions and decimals
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126 Monday
TB page 212 #123 AND page 220 #1423 Percents to Fractions and Decimals NOTES
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122 Thursday
Finish handout. Tomorrow is a small quiz on using ratios to convert customary measurement. You MUST do it the ratio way to receive credit. Memorize your chart. :) You may write on your handout. Show all steps!! Homework Practice – … Continue reading
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121 Wednesday
Using Ratios to Convert Measurements NOTES TB p. 790 #924 You MUST work the way we learned in class using ratios to convert the measurements. (Alabama Standard 6RP3d) Memorize facts if you don’t know them. You’ll need the facts for … Continue reading
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120 Tuesday
TB pages 780781 (923) Use your notes! Graphing Ratio Tables – Notes – KEY Grids for page 780781 (The grid that says #17 should actually be #18.) The rest of the answers will go on notebook paper.
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116 Friday (Math 6 and Adv.)
No homework. Have a wonderful, LONG, weekend!
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115 Thursday (Math 6 and Advanced)
Finish review handout. Quiz tomorrow on rates and ratios. We went through and wrote the dates from their notes that corresponds with sections of the review. They also wrote small reminders. (Ex. When to write “per”, when to label units, etc.) Ratio … Continue reading
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114 Wednesday (Math 6 and Advanced)
Handout on finding the better deal. This is just comparing two unit prices (from last week). Draw a Tchart (look in your notes) and show and label ALL work. (This is the one where you have to use words in … Continue reading
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