M.T. Flanagan

You will need to have a scientific calculator, a ruler, a compass, a protractor, looseleaf notebook paper, and graph paper in order to succeed in this class. It goes without saying that you will also need a pencil and an eraser. Do not depend on your classmates to provide these materials for you, BRING YOUR OWN!

Equations vs Inequalities

2/27 - Investigation 1 p 115 - 116

Addition and subtraction equations pp 117-118

Hmwk - p 119 (3-20) Remember to show work

2/28 - IXL

3/2 - Correcting p 119 (3-20)

3/3 - Correcting p 119 (3-20)

3/4 - In class - pp 119-121 (29-34; 44-46; 49,53,54,59)

Hmwk - Finish for tomorrow

3/5 - Correcting pp 119-121

3/6 - IXL

3/9 - Finish correcting pp 119-121

Hmwk - Read 3.2 - Multiplication equations pp 122-124

3/10 - p 124 (9-26)

Remember to show work and check.

Hmwk - Finish for tomorrow

3/11 - Correcting p 124

3/12 - Regional Science Fair

3/13 - IXL

IXL and Khan Academy. More details located in Google

Classroom

always work when a lot of people are using them all at the

same time. If the link works go to step 4. If it doesn't start

at step 1.

Step 1 - Go to the Stream announcement at the beginning of

the class.

Step 2 - Click on the Classzone attachment. This should

take you directly to the website for your textbook

(Math Course 3)

Step 3. - Use the drop down menu below McDoudal-Littell

Math Course 3 to select Chapter 3

Step 4. - Under Help with Math select @Home Tutor. This

will take you to a lesson page for chapter 3.

Step 5. - Work through lessons 1, 2 and 3.

Step 6. - Send me a comment telling me which part of the

lesson was the easiest and which part of the lesson

was the hardest and why.

Please notice you have until April 8 to complete this.

4/8 - 4/24 - Textbook site #2

work when a lot of people are using them all at the same time. If the

link works go to step 4. If it doesn't start at step 1.

Step 1 - Go to the Stream announcement at the beginning of the class.

Step 2 - Click on the Classzone attachment. This should take you

directly to the website for your textbook (Math Course 3)

Step 3. - Use the drop down menu below McDoudal-Littell Math

Course 3 to select Chapter 3

Step 4. - Under Help with Math select @Home Tutor. This will take you to a lesson page for chapter 3.

Step 5 - Work through lessons 3.4 - 3.7. In each lesson select Learn

the Lesson and Try the Exercises.

Step 6 - Answer the following question in a comment. Do you think

this website has been successful in teaching you how to solve

equations and inequalities? Why?

4/16 - 5/1 - Inequalities - Khan Academy

Step 2 - Select Assignments.

Step 3 - Work through all the Khan Academy lessons. When you have

finished, you should be able to handle most one and two step

equations and inequalities.

This assignment is not due until May 1.

5/1 -5/12 - Formulas, Inequalities and Equations - IXL

Step 2 - Go to Recommendations Page and click on the Skills

suggested by the teacher star in the upper right hand corner.

Step 3 - Work through the assigned skills. You should do the following

skills: Level G, Section EE (Geometric Measurement)1-4; Level H,

Section FF (Geometric Measurement) 1-10; Level I, Section R

(Expressions and Properties) 1-3; Level I, Section T (One variable

inequalities) 4-7.

Step 4 - Your goal is a Smart Score of 100 but you can take a break when

you hit 85 or better if you are of a mind to do that.

Remember to pace yourself.