No Homework – Work on Your Requests to Requiz

No homework today.

All the quizzes are graded.  If you got a “not yet” on Quiz 15, begin working on your Request to Requiz Extra Practice Problems.

Here is a video that will help you if you are still confused on how to look at a linear graph and write its equation.

Here is a video that will help you if you are still confused on how to convert a slope-intercept form equation into standard form.

6th Hour

It looks like our guest teacher this afternoon will be Ms. Harrison. Please behave for her in a way that would make me proud of you. I’ll bring a little reward tomorrow for any students the sub says behaved exceptionally well. I’ll also bring detentions and calls home for students the sub says misbehaved. Your class work is to finish weekday we started yesterday, the 20 questions on slope. I have extra assignments and extra graph paper on my desk if you need. Turn it in to the guest teacher at the end of the hour. 100 points class work. Have a good afternoon!

5th Hour

It looks like our guest teacher this afternoon will be Ms. Harrison. Please behave for her in a way that would make me proud of you. I’ll bring a little reward tomorrow for any students the sub says behaved exceptionally well. I’ll also bring detentions and calls home for students the sub says misbehaved. Your class work is in the blue algebra textbook on the bookshelf in the back of the classroom and your assignment is written on the side board. Turn it in to the guest teacher at the end of the hour. 100 points class work. Have a good afternoon!

Algebra Homework and Class Work

We started this worksheet today in class.  I did the first one with you so you would have an example.  If you worked hard in class today, you probably have three to five problems completed already.

Your assignment is to finish the first 10 problems, due tomorrow, Thursday, 1/21/2016 at the beginning of class.
(Instead of our usual online homework, you actually have paper homework today.)

Click on the appropriate link (below) to see a copy of the assignment.

Hours 2 through 6   <—click here if you are in Hour 2, Hour 3, or Hour 6 Algebra.

Hour 1   <—click here if you are in Hour 1 Algebra.

(click on the pictures of today’s notes (below) to enlarge them)

Here is a number line if you need it for reference.  There should also be one in your IAN on the back cover.

 

number line