Inequalities

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Geometry Collages

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Steven & Jonathan Maria V& Diego Johanan & EliEmiline & Evelyn Clarisa & Cecilia VivianAshley & joe  Ana & Emilia  Yahara & Frankie   Vanessa & Shirel Swemi & Michelle Sinai Izzy & Gabby Rodrigo & Carlos Randy & Gerardo Osvaldo & Karyme Monica & Eric     Marisol & AndreaF Larry& Sharon Kimberly & BryanE Jesus & Jose Jairo & Antonio Crystal & Miguel Becky & Marhaly AndreaV & MaryAubrianna & Melanie Angel & Sergio  AndreaT & Juve

Geometry: Quiz 11 Review

Please check your answers to Practice Quiz #11.

  

Here are some games for review.

You can also complete the Geometry review questions and check your work.

CST Review

Here are the answers to the Measuring Up Review.

Click on Comments and let me know which questions you’d like me to discuss in class.

Test #2

Test #3

Geometry 48. Volume

Main Idea: Volume always equals the Area of the base of the prism multiplied by the height of the prism.

Here are the class notes:

Try these games for review:

Geometry 49. Area of Irregular Figures

Please watch the video and practice finding the area of irregular figures.

Area of Irregular Figures: A short PreAlgebra Tutorial from Andrea Earl on Vimeo.

Here are the class notes:

Geometry: 47. Surface Area

1. What is surface Area?

2. How can we calculate surface area for a rectangular prism?

Watch the video below for an explanation.

Surface Area: A short PreAlgebra Tutorial from Andrea Earl on Vimeo.

Common Assessment #8 Review B

Please check your work and leave a comment if you find my mistakes.

(Green Sheet)

Unit 12- Lesson 1: Stem & Leaf Plots

Take notes and complete the activity below.

1. How is data in a Stem & Leaf Plot organized?

2.What information can you determine from a stem & Leaf? (Example: mean, median, mode, range, minimum or maximum)

Overview of Stem & Leaf Plots (CK-12)

Assignment (in you Math Notebook)
The “Add It Up Ice Cream Stand has had an excellent summer. Mr. Harris told all of his employees that he is thrilled with the number of ice cream cones that were sold each day. The last week of August was the most successful week of sales. Here are the counts that Mr. Harris collected on each day during this last week of August.

Mon – 78

Tues – 86

Wed – 52

Thurs – 67

Fri – 70

Sat – 75

Sun – 78

Julie wants to design a beautiful chart to give to Mr. Harris as a gift to show the best sales for the week.

“Why don’t you put those in a stem-and-leaf plot,” Jose suggests when Julie tells him the idea.

“Good idea,” Julie says and she gets to work.

Now it is your turn. You are going to make a stem-and-leaf plot to show Mr. Harris’ ice cream sales for his best week ever.

The title of the stem-and-leaf plot is “THE BEST WEEK EVER.”
For more examples click here and watch the 2 videos below.

Common Assessment #6 Review

Please check your work for the CA #6 Review. When you find my mistakes, leave an explanation in the comments section.CA6 Review