4/7: Volume of Pyramids Worksheet
4/6: Volume of Prisms Worksheet
4/4: 3D Figures Worksheet
3/22: Study! Finish Study Guide and check answers. TEST TOMORROW!
3/17: Area of Circles/Circumference and Area worksheet
3/15: Page 552- finish the table, then answer questions 5 and 7 (if not finished in class)
3/11: Complete page 547 #1-10. DUE MONDAY 3/14
3/10: Complete notes in the Classifying Angles BlendSpace. Then complete page 539 #1-11 in volume 2 of your math book. DUE 3/11
2/19: Finish Percent of Change BlendSpace if not finished in class. Slide 8 needs to be turned in by Monday.
1/8 One-Step Inequality Review Stations Homework Due Monday
Unit 5 Homework (2nd half of Chapter 6) There will not be any unit homework assigned for inequalities. Instead, students will be asked to make sure any uncompleted classwork is finished at home. All work will be due the following day. If students would like extra practice, they may complete the following pages in their book. The Inequalities Test will be on Tues. Jan. 12.
Lesson 6: Solve Inequalities by Addition or Subtraction- page 503 - #19-31
Lesson 7: Solve Inequalities by Multiplication or Division- page 511 - #23-34
Lesson 8: Solve Two-Step Inequalities - page 519 - #19-24
Unit 4 Homework: (Chapter 6) Homework for equations will be due on December 16th. Pace yourself and complete homework as you learn about each topic. To help yourself stay on track, follow the suggested dates to complete each assignment given below.
Lesson 1: One-Step Addition and Subtraction Equations- page 443 - #18-34 EVENS ONLY (12/7-Monday)
Lesson 2: One-Step Multiplication and Division Equations- page 453 - #19-26 (12/8- Tuesday)
Lesson 3: One-Step Equations with Rational Numbers - page 463 - #16-22 ( 12/9- Wednesday)
Lesson 4: Two-Step Equations - page 475 - #17-23 ( 12/10-12/13- Thurs, Fri, Sat, or Sun. Also use the weekend to get caught up on assignments 1-3 if you didn't finish!)
Lesson 5: Two-Step Equations with Distributive Property - p.487 - #15-23 ( 12/14-Monday)
*Use Tuesday 12/15 to get caught up on any assignments you may still need to complete!*
Unit 3 Homework. Homework for the first half of the unit will be due on November 4th.
Lesson 1: Algebraic Expressions - page 355 #’s 22 - 27
Lesson 3: Properties of Operations - page 373 #’s 17 - 26
Lesson 4: Distributive Property - page 381 #’s 27 - 40
Lesson 5: Simplifying Expressions - page 393 #’s 20-31
The following homework for the second half of the unit is due on November 19th!
Lesson 6: Adding Linear Expressions - page 401 #’s 18-24
Lesson 7: Subtracting Linear Expressions - page 409 #’s 17-26
Lesson 8: Factoring Linear Expressions - page 421 #’s 20-37
Unit 2 Homework: All homework can be found in your math book! Pace yourself and complete homework as you complete your Unit Map.
Homework for the first half of the unit (before the Mid-chapter test) will be due on October 12th!
1) Terminating/Repeating Decimals: page 269 #’s 25-35
2) Comparing and Ordering: page 277 #’s 17, 19-23
3) Add/Subtract Like Fractions: page 289 #’s 17-26
4) Add/Subtract Unlike Fractions: page 297 #’s 19-27
Homework for the second half of the unit is due on October 21st!
5) Add/Subtract Mixed Numbers: page 305 #’s 21-30
6) Multiplying Fractions: page 317 #’s 19-30
7) Dividing Fractions: page 333 #’s 16-22
Unit 1 Homework: Homework for the entire unit will be due on September 17th! All work must be shown in order to receive full credit. Pace yourself and complete homework as you complete your Unit Map.
Homework #1 - Integer Basics -Can be completed after you have finished slide 9 in the BlendSpace
Homework #2 - Adding Integers -Can be completed after you have finished slide 12 in the BlendSpace
Homework #3 - Subtracting Integers -Can be completed after you have finished slide 12 in the BlendSpace
Homework #4 - Multiplying Integers -Can be completed after you have finished slide 15 in the BlendSpace
Homework #5 - Multiplying and Dividing Integers -Can be completed after you have finished slide 15 in the BlendSpace
Homework #6 - Application Problems -Can be completed after you have finished slide 15 in the BlendSpace
Welcome to the Algebra worksheets page at Math-Drills.com, where unknowns are common and variables are the norm. On this page, you will find Algebra worksheets mostly for middle school students on algebra topics such as algebraic expressions, equations and graphing functions.
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This page starts off with some missing numbers worksheets for younger students. We then get right into algebra by helping students recognize and understand the basic language related to algebra. The rest of the page covers some of the main topics you'll encounter in algebra units. Remember that by teaching students algebra, you are helping to create the future financial whizzes, engineers, and scientists that will solve all of our world's problems.
Algebra is much more interesting when things are more real. Solving linear equations is much more fun with a two pan balance, some mystery bags and a bunch of jelly beans. Algebra tiles are used by many teachers to help students understand a variety of algebra topics. And there is nothing like a set of co-ordinate axes to solve systems of linear equations.Inverse Relationships Worksheets
Inverse relationships worksheets cover a pre-algebra skill meant to help students understand the relationship between multiplication and division and the relationship between addition and subtraction.
Inverse relationships with one blank .Exponent Rules and Properties
Practice with basic exponent rules .
As the title says, these worksheets include only basic exponent rules questions. Each question only has two exponents to deal with; complicated mixed up terms and things that a more advanced student might work out are left alone. For example, 4 2 is (2 2 ) 2 = 2 4. but these worksheets just leave it as 4 2. so students can focus on learning how to multiply and divide exponents more or less in isolation.Linear Expressions & Equations
Linear equations worksheets including simplifying, graphing, evaluating and solving systems of linear equations.
Translating algebraic phrases in words to algebraic expressions.
Simplifying linear expressions (combining like terms) .
Adding/Subtracting and Simplifying linear expressions .
Rewriting linear equations.
Determining linear equations from slopes, y-intercepts, and points.
Graphing linear equations.
Extracting information from linear equations graphs.
You may have been intrigued by our comment above about solving linear equations with jelly beans. Here is how you might accomplish that. Ideally, you will want some opaque bags with no mass, but since that isn't quite possible (the no mass part), there is a bit of a condition here that will actually help students understand equations better. Any bags that you use have to be balanced on the other side of the equation with empty ones.
Probably the best way to illustrate this is through an example. Let's use 3x + 2 = 14. You may recognize the x as the unknown which is actually the number of jelly beans we put in each opaque bag. The 3 in the 3x means that we need three bags. It's best to fill the bags with the required number of jelly beans out of view of the students, so they actually have to solve the equation.
On one side of the two-pan balance, place the three bags with x jelly beans in each one and two loose jelly beans to represent the + 2 part of the equation. On the other side of the balance, place 14 jelly beans and three empty bags which you will note are required to "balance" the equation properly. Now comes the fun part. if students remove the two loose jelly beans from one side of the equation, things become unbalanced, so they need to remove two jelly beans from the other side of the balance to keep things even. Eating the jelly beans is optional. The goal is to isolate the bags on one side of the balance without any loose jelly beans while still balancing the equation.
The last step is to divide the loose jelly beans on one side of the equation into the same number of groups as there are bags. This will probably give you a good indication of how many jelly beans there are in each bag. If not, eat some and try again. Now, we realize this won't work for every linear equation as it is hard to have negative jelly beans, but it is another teaching strategy that you can use for algebra.
Solving linear equations with no "b" terms .
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Solving linear equations that include multiplication and "b" terms .
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Solving linear equations that include division and "b" terms .
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Solving linear equations that include all types and operations .Linear Systems
Multiplying factors of quadratic expressions .
The factoring quadratic expressions worksheets below provide many practice questions for students to hone their factoring strategies. If you would rather worksheets with quadratic equations, please see the next section. These worksheets come in a variety of levels with the easier ones are at the beginning. The "a" coefficients referred to below are the coefficients of the x² term as in the general quadratic expression: ax² + bx + c.
Factoring quadratic expressions .
Whether you use trial and error, completing the square or the general quadratic formula, these worksheets include a plethora of practice questions with answers. In the first section, the worksheets include questions where the quadratic expressions equal 0. This makes the process similar to factoring quadratic expressions, with the additional step of finding the values for x when the expression is equal to 0. In the second section, the expressions are generally equal to something other than x, so there is an additional step at the beginning to make the quadratic expression equal zero.
Solving Quadratic equations that Equal Zero (e.g. ax² + bx + c = 0).
Solving Quadratic equations that Equal an Integer (e.g. ax² + bx + c = d).
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3rd Grade Math Expressions
Dr. Monica Hartman
Routines for Learning Basic Facts:30 Second Speech
What you are going to do:
How are Study Partners and Homework Helpers for learning the basic facts working in your classroom? Share a technique that you found to work best for you and your students.
Routines for Learning Basic Facts: Talking Chips
Explain a routine for practicing the multiplication and division facts.
Routines for Learning Basic Facts: Talking Chips
Team Share Out: Which routine was easiest for your group? Which was hardest?
Routines for Learning Facts:Practice Charts
When a new number is introduced a student’s homework page will include a practice chart.
To practice the count-bys, cover the products in the In Order column with a pencil or a strip of heavy paper. Say the count-bys. Sliding the pencil or paper down to see each count-by.
To practice the multiplications and divisions, cover the products in either In Order column or the Mixed Up columns.
Remind students they must study the count-bys and practice the multiplications 5 minutes every night.
Routines for Learning Facts:Study Plan
Each day the student will list what they plan to study.
Studying means practicing a column at least 6 times.
When they are done, they should check the items they completed and ask their Homework Helper to sign on the line.
Routines for Learning Facts:Study Sheet and Signature Sheets
Each day, students use both a class and home study sheet. When ready for a check up, a partner tests the student and lightly marks with a pencil any that are wrong. If all are correct, the partner signs the signature sheet.
Routines for Learning Facts:Check Sheets
Check sheets can be used individually, with partners, or in groups. (See page 506)
Individually, students cover the answer with a strip of paper or a pencil, uncovering the answers as they say them. They can also cover a factor.
In pairs, one student reads the problem and the other student answers.
In groups, one student reads the problem and the other students take turns responding.
To use as a check up, use Check Sheet Answer Strips ( TRB M55) to record answers.
Routines for Learning Facts:Sprints
Individually, read the Sprints for 6s on page 666, pausing a few seconds between each one. Students write only the answers. (Sprints for 5s are introduced in Chapter 7 on page 510. )
Student pairs check one another’s work as you read the answer. If the student gets all the answers correct, the partner initials the Signature Sheet.
Routines for Learning Facts:Establish Routine
Take out materials quickly and get started.
Set a timer for 2 or 3 minutes for each partner to test each other.
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Students practice solving linear equations for one variable.
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Materials Needed [shopmaterials]
Before the Lesson
This game is planned for use with 30 students; however, more cards can be made for play in a larger-sized class. Students might help you to prepare the 30 game cards, or the cards might be prepared in advance. Each card should have a letter of the alphabet (in this case, A to O) written on it along with a linear expression; there will be two different cards with the same letter and different linear expressions. For example, see the list below. For the letter A there are two cards:
If you have a class of 30 students, shuffle the set of 30 cards and distribute a card to each student. (If you have fewer or more students, shuffle a set of letter cards for each pair of students.) Allow students who get the same alphabet cards to sit together and solve the equation for the value of the variable. For example, the pair of students who got the two cards with the letter A on them will solve for x in the linear equation
Once students have solved their equations, you might place lettered slips (in this games example, one slip with each letter A to O) in a bowl or hat. Draw out a slip and read the letter that is written on it. Invite the pair of students who have that letter on their cards to come up to the board to show how they solved their equation. If they do it correctly they win that round of the game.
Let all student pairs who correctly solved their equations play another round of the game (with new cards or the same ones). With each repeat of the game, you will eliminate more pairs of students. Play until you have a final winner (a pair of champions).
Thus, the game can be used to motivate and provide drill in solving linear equations in one variable.
Below you will find the step-by-step solution to each of the equations.
6x + 16 = 2x 12
6x 2x = -12 16
4x = -28
x = -28 /4 = -7
20x + 10 = 4 10
20x = 4 10 10
20x = -16
x = -16/20 = -4/5
15p 5 = 10p + 10
15p 10p = 10 + 5
-5p = 15
p = 15/-5 = -3
11x + 33 = 55
11x = 55 33
11x = 22
x = 22/11 = 2
(6x-5)/2 = (3x+6)/2
[The numerators are equal as the fractions are equal and the denominators are same.]
6x 5 =3x + 6
6x - 3x = 6 + 5
3x = 11
x = 11/3
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