# 2/13/17

Hours 2, 4, 6 Classwork IAN P. 44.

Hour 3, Classwork IAN p. 45.

No homework tonight, finish your class work which I will check tomorrow.

# 2/10/2017

What did we do today?

1.  Do Now
2. Class Work – Partner Check (This will eventually be placed on Page 43 of your IAN)
3. Homework #39 (below)

# 2/9/2017

## What did we do today?

##### Learning Target #28: I can solve systems of linear equations algebraically using substitution.
1. Do Now
2. Notes and Class Work [IAN Page 42 (except for Hour 3, it’s Page 43)] – Click here for the handout
3. Homework #38 (below), due tomorrow
4. Exit Ticket

2ND HOUR:  YOU ARE STILL RESPONSIBLE TO COPY DOWN THE NOTES AND CLASS WORK ON IAN PAGE 42, AND COMPLETE ALL THE PROBLEMS.  IF YOU CHOOSE TO DO SO BEFORE TOMORROW MORNING, THE POP QUIZ GRADE I ENTERED TODAY WILL BE RAISED TO PASSING.  OTHERWISE, IT REMAINS A 0.

2ND HOUR, PLEASE COME TO MATH CLASS TOMORROW IN UNIFORM, TUCKED IN, WITH ID, WITH WRITING IMPLEMENT, READY TO IMMEDIATELY START LEARNING AND BE QUIET WHILE THE TEACHER IS INSTRUCTING.

**P.S.:  4th hour, you tried really hard today and I noticed.  NICE JOB.

# 2/8/2017

## What did we do today?

• Quiz #7 over learning targets #26 and 27
• SSR #8

# 2/7/2017

## What did we do today?

REVIEW for Quiz 7 over Learning Targets 26 and 27

• 26:  I can solve systems of linear equations graphically.
• 27:  I can determine how many solutions a system of linear equations has and classify it as consistent or inconsistent.

#### Your homework tonight is to finish Page 41 (IAN) and make sure it’s correct so that you can use it on your open-note quiz tomorrow.

##### Do you know how to:
1. Look at a linear equation in slope-intercept form and identify the slope (m) and y-intercept (b)?
2. Knowing the slope and y-intercept, graph the equation?
3. Graph a linear equation that is NOT already in slope-intercept form, either by (a) rearranging the equation using inverse operations so that it is in slope-intercept form or (b) creating a table of values?
4. Graph a system of two linear equations and SOLVE it (find the solution/intersection point)?
5. Express the solution of a system of linear equations as an ordered pair?
6. Use the slope and y-intercept of a system of linear equations to determine how many solutions the system has and whether the system is CONSISTENT or INCONSISTENT?

If you know all these things, you will do fine on tomorrow’s quiz.  Please prepare for your quiz by 1) having complete and correct notes and class work and 2) practicing anything you’re shaky on until it feels natural.

# 2/3/2017

## What did we do today?

Learning Target 26 – I can solve systems of linear equations graphically.

### Graphing Systems MAZE!

IAN Page 40

(If you were absent, here is the alternate assignment.)

(Graph paper for alternate assignment)

### Upcoming Due Dates:

• 2/8/2016:  Quiz #7, Learning Targets 26 and 27
• 2/8/2016:  SSR #8
• 2/9/2016:  Hour 2 IAN Check, Pages 34-?
• 2/10/2016:  Hour 3 IAN Check, Pages 34-?
• 2/10/2016:  Hour 3 Journal Entry Due
• 2/13/2016:  Hours 4 and 6 IAN Check, Pages 34-?
• 2/15/2016:  Quiz #8 and SSR #9

# 2/2/2017

Happy Groundhog Day!

Learning Target #27:  I can determine how many solutions a system of linear equations has and determine if the system is consistent or inconsistent.

#### What We Did Today:

1.  Do Now
2. Class Work (click here for handout) IAN Page 39 (Hours 2 and 4) (Hours 3 and 6)
3. Homework

# 2/1/2017

No homework tonight. If you finish today’s class work, I will count that as both a classwork grade and a homework grade. Have a good evening.

Class Work – IAN p. 38 – Learning Target 27 – handout-page-38-how-many-solutions

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