We discussed outliers and how they affect the measures of Central Tendency (mean, median and mode).
Notes Trapezoids Break Apart Answer Key
HW Trapezoid Break Apart 8 problems ( Students are actually only working the first 6 problems tonight) We will continue to work on breaking apart trapezoids tommorrow.)
We continued to practice finding measures of variation. Students should now be able to find and explain the measures of central tendency and the measures of variation.
After checking the homework and discussing common errors, the students began to work on additional area of triangle practice which they will finish for homework.
TB page 532-533 problems 1-18 skip #17.
We studied measures of Variation during our bell ringer. Students completed the vocabulary notes and 1 or 2 examples on the notes page.
Measures of Variation Notes Completed
During our regular lesson, we learned how to find the area of a triangle. All problems involve the 3 steps: formula, substitution and answer with appropriate units.
Notes Area of Triangles (2)
HW Area of Triangles Skills Practice Page
Reports cards went home today. There are important attachments with the report cards. Students should have their parent sign the report card and return them to their advisory teachers next week.
Homework is Extra Practice page 25 Section A problems 1-10. These are located in the Blue section at the back of the textbook. You will be finding Area of Parallelograms and a missing dimension when given the area. Make sure to use the 3 steps (formula, substitution and answer with appropriate units).
We took a look at the ACT Sandbox practice questions and the tools available when taking the test. All students can access the practice at http://tn.actaspire.org The user name is math6 and the password is actaspire. I encourage each student to practice the questions.
The ACT Aspire Math test will be given on Wednesday, April 5th.
We will have a Spring Fling on Friday, April 7th.
We checked the Quadrilateral WS and TB page 525 homework from Monday and Tuesday.
Students were given a review of this weeks lessons. They should use their notes and graded homework to complete the assignment.
Tomorrow we will work on the chrome books for practice ACT aspire questions. We will take the official ACT aspire on first Wednesday after we return from Spring Break.
No homework tonight. We completed example problems for the measures of Central Tendency – mean, median and mode.
Statistics Bellringer Mean Median Mode
The homework from Monday will be checked tomorrow.
We listened to a Statistical Questions song which reminded us that statistical questions must have variability in their answers. You also want a specific population to answer the question. It is difficult to ask a question with the pronoun “you” or “your” as part of the question. We then completed a statistical question sort, where students divided the 20 questions into 2 groups 1) Statistical or 2) not statistical.
With Geometry, we discussed finding the area of rectangles and parallelograms. We completed an exploration activity that proved the areas of rectangles and parallelograms are similar. We worked example problems page 525 1-6.
Answer Key Compare Rectangles and Parallelograms
HW Textbook page 525 problems 7-18, 24 and 32
Welcome to the 4th and final nine weeks of school! This is a crucial nine weeks. Not only do you need to finish strong, but you need to make sure you continue to stay organized and manage your time wisely.
We will be studying both Statistics and Geometry for the next couple of weeks. You will have a mini lesson and practice on statistics during the bellringer and the main lesson and homework on Geometry.
Today’s handouts included:
Notes Statistics Overview
Notes Quadrilaterals Diagram (1)
HW Practice Quadrilaterals
No homework tonight. Enjoy your day off tomorrow. We will see you on Monday for the final 9 weeks of school!
The benchmark test is tomorrow.
We reviewed in class again today. The post below is the review from today and the answer key. There are many problems we did not complete due to time. You may continue to practice and check your own work as needed.
Review for Third Nine Weeks Benchmark Part 2
Answer Key for Review Third Nine Weeks Benchmark Part 2