Author Archives: Lea Smith

4-23 Wednesday

Finish handout on volume. Notes – Volume of Rectangular Prisms 9-4A Volume of Rectangular Prisms – Skills Practice 9-4A  

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4-22 Tuesday

Test today….so no homework. 

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4-21 Monday

Finish test review.  Your test is tomorrow! Studying your notes, correcting missed homework problems, and reviewing your formula page are all great ways to prepare. Area Test Review    

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4-18 Friday

Handout – Area of Composite Figures.  (If you were absent, just get one from me Monday.  I tried scanning it and the numbers were too small.  Came out very blurry.) Area test on Tuesday. Notes – Area of irregular figures … Continue reading

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4-17 Thursday

No homework. Test Tuesday – Area

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4-16 Wednesday

Finish 2-sided handout – Area Review  Area Review WS – 2014

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4-15 Tuesday

TB pages 537-538  (#1-3,5-10,12,15,19-21)  Remember to write your formulas and show all steps.  Area answers are always in square units. Teacher Notes – Area of a trapezoid NOTES – Area of a trapezoid Day 2 *******IF YOU WANT A CALCULATOR, … Continue reading

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4- 14 Monday

Finish handout…2-sided.  Remember to WRITE your formula and show the steps.    ***Bring in a ruler. *** Finding area of shaded regions – NOTES key Homework Practice – Area of parallelograms, triangles, and shaded region  

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4-10 Thursday and Friday 4-11

No hw.  (Thursday) Area of triangles – NOTES key Area of Parallelograms – Notes KEY No hw. (Friday)   Global Scholar testing took the entire 90 minutes.  (Some will finish later.  It’s a GREAT thing that you didn’t finish.) I’ll catch … Continue reading

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4-9 Wed.

Notes – Polygons on the Coordinate Plane TB pages 803-805 # 1-16, 22 Use this handout for the problems requiring a graph.  (You don’t have to cut it out like the instructions say.  Just hand it in with your notebook … Continue reading

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