## Monday, February 28, 2011

### Review Sheet 7-37 to 7-42

Labels:
algebra,
chapter 7,
solving equations

### Sir Cumference and the Dragon of Pi

As our study of the relationship between the diameter of a circle object and its circumference or distance around the object continues, a classic math adventure is read for you. Sit back and listen!

Need more Pi? Try one of these apps on your iPod: Amazing Space Pi, Pi, Pi Brain!

How many decimals can you memorize?

Finally, do you know what day in the year is Pi day?

It's now your turn, use pictures you create from the Whiteboard app, pictures from the web, the REEL DIRECTOR app, the microphone, and your iPod to create a one (1) minute video about the relationship between the diameter and the circumference of a circle.

**Need more Pi? Check out this song!**Need more Pi? Try one of these apps on your iPod: Amazing Space Pi, Pi, Pi Brain!

How many decimals can you memorize?

Finally, do you know what day in the year is Pi day?

It's now your turn, use pictures you create from the Whiteboard app, pictures from the web, the REEL DIRECTOR app, the microphone, and your iPod to create a one (1) minute video about the relationship between the diameter and the circumference of a circle.

Labels:
chapter 6,
diameter and circumference,
pi,
prealgebra 2

## Friday, February 25, 2011

### 7-32 b & c

Labels:
algebra,
chapter 7,
slope,
slope triangle

### GRAPHING CALCULATOR - Web Based Resource

Labels:
algebra,
graphing calculator,
prealgebra 2,
web based

### Algebra:7-19 to 7-42: Measuring Steepness: An Introduction to Slope

Slope Triangle Quick Reference Sheet

The letter "m" that is traditionally used for slope, comes from the French verb "monter", which means "to climb". (From Intermediate Algebra Concepts & Applications by Bittinger, Ellenbogen 7th Edit)

Lattice Points

Labels:
algebra,
chapter 7,
slope triangle

## Thursday, February 24, 2011

### Algebra February 24

Need Video? HERE

Labels:
algebra,
chapter 7,
slope triangle

## Tuesday, February 22, 2011

### Pre Algebra RS 8-14 Assessment

Labels:
chapter 6,
prealgebra 2

## Wednesday, February 16, 2011

### ALGEBRA SEMESTER I Exam Submission

Labels:
algebra,
semester exam

### Congratulations!!! Graphs Improved!!!

Our class noticed that lines from the y-axis on a news channel's weather forecast were confusing. Those pictures moved our class to send observations to the channel.

After your efforts to contact the news channel, the graphs are improved! The video shows how they have removed the y-axis. While from a math standpoint, it should still be there, the intervals are not incorrect and less clutter on the graph has produced a clearer representation of the data.

AWESOME EFFORT!!!

After your efforts to contact the news channel, the graphs are improved! The video shows how they have removed the y-axis. While from a math standpoint, it should still be there, the intervals are not incorrect and less clutter on the graph has produced a clearer representation of the data.

AWESOME EFFORT!!!

Labels:
graph

## Tuesday, February 15, 2011

### 2011 Primary Elections-Where's The Math?

In watching the election results, many mathematical concepts exist, can you find the math?

Labels:
algebra,
percent,
prealgebra 2,
ratio and proportions

## Friday, February 11, 2011

### U: DRIVE - Student Access From Anywhere!

Have you ever wanted to access your U: Drive files from home? Now you can!

Simply log in HERE and use your school username and password!

Labels:
Student VPN,
U:Drive

## Wednesday, February 9, 2011

### Fox 11: What's Wrong With...

STUDENTS: "If you find math, do something with it!"

Last night on Fox 11, the meteorologist presented two graphs to the viewers displaying different sets of data about upcoming weather.

Analyze the pictures with the information and ask your self:

"What's wrong with both of them?" "How can they be improved?"

Once you've determined the errors in the photographs, choose one and graph it correctly!

Nationally Recognized!

Last night on Fox 11, the meteorologist presented two graphs to the viewers displaying different sets of data about upcoming weather.

Analyze the pictures with the information and ask your self:

"What's wrong with both of them?" "How can they be improved?"

**Thank you Fox 11 for sending our class clear pictures of the graph. A discussion of the response will be conducted in class.**

**AFTER you have listened to the email from FOX 11 and reanalyzed the graphs that were sent,**

Please COMPLETE THE FORM with your ideas for our response to FOX 11's email!Please COMPLETE THE FORM with your ideas for our response to FOX 11's email!

Graph 1 |

Graph 2 |

Graph 3 |

Graph 4 |

Once you've determined the errors in the photographs, choose one and graph it correctly!

Nationally Recognized!

Labels:
algebra,
graph,
prealgebra 2

## Monday, February 7, 2011

## Friday, February 4, 2011

### Graphing, Equal Value, Substitution, Elimination

Of all the ways to solve Systems of Equations, table/graph, equal value method, substitution, elimination, which one do you like the best? Explain why in a professional website post using Posterous.

Labels:
algebra,
chapter 6,
system of equations

## Thursday, February 3, 2011

## Wednesday, February 2, 2011

### Algebra Elimination Method for Solving Systems of Equations

Labels:
algebra,
chapter 6,
elimination,
system of equations

## Tuesday, February 1, 2011

### Pre Algebra II MC 75-81

Labels:
Assessment Results,
chapter 5,
prealgebra 2

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