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*Focus Skills: EE.5, 7, 8* Understand solving an equation or inequality as a process of answering a question: which values from a specified set, if any, make the equation or inequality true? Use substitution to determine whether a given number in a specified set makes an equation or inequality true.

Solve real-world and mathematical problems by writing and solving equations of the form x + p = q and px = q for cases in which p, q and x are all nonnegative rational numbers.

Write an inequality of the form x > c or x < c to represent a constraint or condition in a real-world or mathematical problem. Recognize that inequalities of the form x > c or x < c have infinitely many solutions; represent solutions of such inequalities on number line diagrams.

*Monday 2/29* Take a quiz over EE.5 and 7 (equations), Equations Color by Number

HW: Expressions and Equations review pages 1-4 (we have been working on this in class!)

*Wednesday 3/2* I can write and graph simple inequalities.

"Hard Work Pays Off!" Task to introduce inequalities in real life

Inequalities powerpoint

Inequalities foldable for composition notebook

Guided & independent practice - red textbook page 720

HW: Problem Solving 13-5

*Thursday 3/3* I can solve and graph one-step inequalities.

"Solving a One-Step Inequality" notes for composition notebook

Guided and Independent practice - red textbook page 720

HW: page 721 (43-49, 51, 53)

*Friday 3/4*

After checking BW. we will do the following stations.

A. Inequalities Memory Match

B. Small Group - Skills Intervention

C. Check homework, Practice A (possibly partner work)

D. (block classes only) Moby Max

*Monday 3/7*

I can write, solve, and graph inequalities from word problems.

Extra Practice 13-5 (on the board, quick check)

Task Day - "Be the Winning Team"; "Like Riding a Bike"; "A Camping We Will Go"

Practice B/C

HW: Review Book pages, Quiz Tuesday over inequalities

*Tuesday 3/8* Inequalities Quiz

Students will rotate through 1 of 4 activities:

A. Inequalities Memory Match

B. Equations Puzzle

C. Review Book

D. Moby Max (blocks only)

*Wednesday 3/9, Thursday, 3/10, and Friday 3/11* We will be finishing up review over Equations and Expressions, working on testing strategies, and getting ready for TN Ready testing.

*March 14-18 - TN Ready testing*

We have a lot going on this week and next! The countdown is on for our Part I of TN Ready. Our test will be next Thursday (2/11) for Math. This Friday (2/5), we are having breakfast at school to kick off our testing week, and perfect attendees get to celebrate with a fun day next Friday (2/12)! Some notes for next week. we won't have homework or Moby Max! Woo hoo!

Focus Skills: Equations and Expressions 2a and 2b

a. Write expressions that record operations with numbers and with letters standing for numbers. For example, express the calculation “Subtract y from 5” as 5 – y.

b. Identify parts of an expression using mathematical terms (sum, term, product, factor, quotient, coefficient); view one or more parts of an expression as a single entity. For example, describe the expression 2 (8 + 7) as a product of two factors; view (8 + 7) as both a single entity and a sum of two terms.

Moby Max - 100 problems this week (except for those on higher levels who have modified assignments)

*Monday* Review homework from Thursday and Friday (Ratios and Proportions Practice Test p. 4-6). Continue to practice translating expressions using our red text book (p. 56)

HW: Begin working on the Ratios and Proportions Review Book - complete pages 1-4 by Wednesday. Students have had some time to begin working on this packet beginning last week.

*Tuesday* Practice translating algebraic expressions from words and words into algebraic expressions, focusing on word problems. Add p. 44 to composition notebook (Algebra Vocabulary) - term, coefficient, variable. Practice taking expressions apart into these three segments.

HW: Complete Ratios and Proportions Review Book pages 1-4

Wednesday

Continue practicing focus skills for the week using text book.

HW: Quiz tomorrow; responsibility check for Moby Max tomorrow

*Thursday*

Quiz - translating algebraic expressions and identifying terms, variables, and coefficients

Finish Ratios and Proportions Review Book

HW: Equations and Expressions Practice Test p. 7

*Friday* Review homework; correct EE.1 Quiz (order of operations)

HW: Finish Moby Max by Sunday

Sorry for the late update on the week! The snow days threw our schedule a bit. The revised plans are below.

Focus Skills: Equations and Expressions

1. Write and evaluate numerical expressions involving whole-number exponents. (*Quiz Friday* )

2a. Write expressions that record operations with numbers and with letters standing for numbers. For example, express the calculation “Subtract y from 5” as 5 – y.

*The Moby Max assignment from last week will be extended until this Sunday (Jan. 31). Students will be expected to complete 100 problems between Jan. 18-31.

*Monday* No School - Snow Day #3

*Tuesday* Review homework from Thursday. Add notes about Order of Operations to composition notebook (p. 42). Practice Order of Operations with a classwork assignment.

HW: Number Systems Practice Test (in red folder) p. 2-3 (some class time will be given to begin, depending on the amount of time a student requires to complete classwork)

*Wednesday* Review homework from Tuesday. Complete any outstanding classwork for Order of Operations. Add notes for Translating Algebraic Expressions (p. 43). Practice translations from word to algebraic expressions and from expressions to words.

HW: Ratios and Proportions Practice Test p. 4-5 (Due Friday)

*Thursday* Early Dismissal day. Any students with outstanding work should use this time to get caught up. Progress reports will go out next Thursday!

*Friday* Review homework. Continue practicing translations, focusing on interpreting the words in context using word problems.

HW: Ratios and Proportions Practice Test p. 6, finish 100 problems on Moby Max by Sunday

As you can tell, Weebly was unavailable for part of last week. I was unable to access my site to update it. My apologies!

*Focus Skill:* Equations & Expressions (EE.1) Write and evaluate numerical expressions involving whole-number exponents.

*Monday:* No School; Moby Max week begins and will continue until Sunday night.

*Tuesday:* Computer lab - please bring head phones if you have them. We will watch a video individual (CLICK HERE ) and students will each create their own notes about exponents(p. 41 in comp). Students will also complete a pre-assessment on Mica Time (CLICK HERE ). This is a platform that allows students to see TN Ready style questions and complete those on the computer, just like we will on test day.

HW: Complete p. 1 of TN Ready review test in your red folder

*Wednesday:* Chapter 9 of Go Math will be distributed and we will add them to the red folder. We will review homework and the notes on p. 41 in the composition notebook. We will review key vocabulary about exponents (base, exponent, root). Practice will be on pg. 240. We will also solve word problems in groups, focusing on reading problems closely.

HW: finish p. 241

*Thursday:* We will review homework and complete some HOT problems from Go Math. We will review Prime Factorization using the Explore activities in Go Math (p. 244-245) and add notes to our composition notebook on two methods of finding the PF (ladder, tree) (p. 42 in comp). We will have some practice in class (p. 246).

HW: p. 247 (selected problems)

*Friday:* We will review homework and complete selected problems from p. 248. We will have a mini-quiz over exponents and prime factorization. Students will complete pgs. 249-251 as we review concepts from Order of Operations. We will also create a notes (p. 43 in comp) about Order of Operation.

HW: p. 253 (#7-13)

*Focus Skill: RP.3c* Find a percent of a quantity as a rate per 100; solve problems involving finding the whole, given a part.

*Moby Max Info* We will start back with Moby Max this week. Each week, students are expected to complete 100 problems on Moby Max. They can find out how many problems are completed by looking at their progress. Students must begin working on this before Thursday each week and complete the assignment by Sunday night.

Our Quarter Competition between classes will also be about Moby Max. We will figure out what percentage of our potential we reached each week on Moby. We will use the Contest numbers for this. The highest average at the end of the quarter WINS!

*Want to preview this week's lesson? Here's a great intro video !*

*Monday* Classwork: Mental Gym 49-50; Go Math pgs 215-220; add notes to composition notebook for finding the % of a number

Homework: Moby Max, selected problems from Go Math pages

*Tuesday* Classwork: Review HW, MG 51-52; Go Math 221-222; add notes to composition notebook for discounts and taxes, Scoot Game

Homework: Moby Max, Go Math p. 223, quiz tomorrow over finding the % of a number

*Wednesday* Classwork: Review HW, MG 53-54; Quiz over RP.3c

Homework: Moby Max

Here are a couple of great videos to help you with percentages!

I hope you had a restful and fabulous winter break! I can't wait to see you all back here on Wednesday. This semester is going to be excellent!

*Focus Skill: RP.3c* Find a percent of a quantity as a rate per 100 (e.g. 30% of a quantity means 30/100 times the quantity); solve problems involving finding the whole, given a part and the percent.*Wednesday* Bellwork: Mental Gym 45

Classwork: Go Math page 197; Review RP.3d quiz from before break

Homework: Go Math page 198

*Thursday* Bellwork: Mental Gym 46, check homework

Classwork: Composition notebook page 38 (Fractions, Decimals, and Percents); Go Math pages 201, 203-206 (understanding how models can represent fractions, decimals, and percents)

Homework: Go Math page 208 #17-18

*Friday* Bellwork: Mental Gym 47, check homework

Classwork: Go Math pages 209-212, start 213 ( changing between percents, fractions, and decimals)

Homework: none

*Looking Ahead* We will continue working toward understanding how to take the percent of a quantity on Monday and Tuesday, and we will have a quiz on this concept on Wednesday. Then, we will begin working on Equations and Expressions. Our TN Ready test will be the week of February 8-12.

Focus Skill: RP.3d Use ratio reasoning to convert measurement units; manipulate and transform units appropriately when multiplying or dividing quantities.

*Monday* Go Math 7.4 (Converting units between measurement systems, i.e. metric to customary)

HW: MG 46-47, no Moby Max

*Tuesday* Go Math 7.4, review for quiz

HW: MG 48-49

*Friday* Math classes will not meet. This is an abbreviated school day.

This is a great place to check for homework assignments or upcoming quizzes and tests. Please keep in mind that these are just PLANS! I have to adjust sometimes for the needs of our classroom. Your AGENDA is the most up to date place to find information about assignments and quizzes.

** Tentative schedule for the next 2 weeks.Please check back often for updates in the schedule .**Monday, April 11: Practice ML #3 Tuesday, April 12:Unit 9 Review Wednesday, April 13: Final Unit 9 Review Thursday, April 14: Unit 9 Test and Mini Lesson Check Friday, April 15: Start Unit 10 on Two-Dimensional Geometry ML #1 - Perimeter and Area of Two-Dimensional Shapes*

*Monday, April 18: Practice ML #1 Tuesday, April 19: ML#2 - Circumference and Area of Circles Wednesday, April 20: Practice ML #2 Thursday, April 21: Practice Activity for ML #1-#2 Friday, April 22: ML #3-Perimeter and Area of Irregular Shapes*

*Monday, April 11: Practice Sheet for ML #3 Finding Missing Angle MeasurementsTuesday, April 12: Unit 9 Review Sheet Wednesday, April 13: Study - make sure you know your vocabulary. Thursday, April 14: None Friday, April 15:*

Monday, April 18:

Tuesday, April 19:

Wednesday, April 20:

Thursday, April 21:

Friday, April 22:

*Monday, Feb. 8: Finish Percent of a Number Worksheet Tuesday, Feb. 9: All types of Percent Problems (odds) Wednesday, Feb. 10: None Thursday, Feb. 11: Simple Interest WS Friday, Feb. 12: None*

*Monday, Feb. 1: Percent/Fraction/Decimal Worksheet Tuesday, Feb. 2: None Wednesday, Feb. 3: Finish Classwork Thursday, Feb. 4: None Friday, Feb. 5: None *

*Jan. 18: No School Tuesday, Jan. 19: No School Wednesday, Jan. 20: NoneThursday, Jan. 21: Similar Figures Worksheet Front and Back Friday, Jan. 22: No School*

Monday, Jan. 25: No School

Tuesday, Jan. 26: Front of Review Sheet (2-14 all)

Wednesday, Jan. 27: Finish Review Sheet (back)

Thursday, Jan. 28: Study for unit 5 test and bring Mini Lessons in tomorrow

Friday, Jan. 29: None

*Monday, Jan. 4: Finish ML #1 Tuesday, Jan. 5: Best Buy WS front and Back Wednesday, Jan. 6: Work on any Make up Work! Thursday, Jan. 7: ML #2 Homework Friday, Jan. 8: None*

Monday, Jan. 11: None

Tuesday, Jan. 12: Rates and Proportion HW

Wednesday, Jan. 13: Practice for ML #1 - #3

Thursday, Jan. 14: Finish Take Home Quiz

Friday, Jan. 15: None

Monday, Nov. 30: Adding and Subtracting Decimal HW

Tuesday, Dec. 1: Evens on All Decimal Operations HW

Wednesday, Dec. 2: See worksheet from Tuesday

Thursday, Dec. 3: Fraction /Decimal Practice Sheet

Friday, Dec. 4: None

Monday, Dec. 7: Fraction/Decimal Conversions (ALL)

Tuesday, Dec. 8: Solving Equations with Decimals and Fractions (front only)

Wednesday, Dec. 9: Solving Inequalities with Decimals and Fractions (back only)

Thursday, Dec. 10: Finish Calculator Inactive Review Sheet

Friday, Dec. 11: None

Monday, Dec. 14: Study for tomorrow's Unit 4 Test. Bring Mini Lessons to class.

Tuesday, Dec. 15: None

Wednesday, Dec. 16: None

Thursday, Dec. 17: None

Friday, Dec. 18: None

Monday, Nov. 23: Study for Fraction Quiz

Tuesday, Nov.24: None

Wednesday, Nov. 25: HOLIDAY

Thursday, Nov. 26: HOLIDAY

Friday, Nov. 27: HOLIDAY

*Monday, Nov. 2: NoneTuesday, Nov. 3: Complete Review Sheet (front and back) Wednesday, Nov. 4: Study for tomorrow's quiz. Focus on vocabulary like "at the most", "minimum" (look at mini lesson #1) Thursday, Nov. 5: NoneFriday, Nov. 6: None*

Monday, Oct. 19: Study for Unit 2 Test

Tuesday, Oct. 20: Integer Practice Sheet

Wednesday, Oct. 21: Study for Exam

Thursday, Oct. 22: Study for Exam

Friday, Oct. 23: None

Monday, Oct. 26: No School

Tuesday, Oct. 27: Finish ML #1

Wednesday, Oct. 28: 5th Period Day 1 HW on Solving 1-Step Inequalities

Thursday, Oct. 29: 2nd PERIOD- Both sides, evens only 5th PERIOD- Day 2 only (all)

Friday, Oct. 30: Finish ML #2 on Multi-Step Inequalities

Monday, Oct. 5: 2-Step-Equation Worksheet (1-10) all

Tuesday, Oct. 6: Day 2 of 2-Step equation Practice with word problems(1-10 all)

Wednesday, Oct. 7: 2-Step Equations Worksheet (2-16 evens)

Thursday, Oct. 8: Translating and Combining Like Terms Worksheet

Friday, Oct. 9: None

Monday, Oct. 12: Unit 2 Review Sheet

Tuesday, Oct. 13: Unit 2 Review Sheet

Wednesday, Oct. 14: Study and bring Mini Lessons tomorrow

Thursday, Oct. 15: None

Friday, Oct. 16: None

Monday, Sept 21: Exponent Worksheet (All)

Tuesday, Sept. 22: Order of Operations Practice Worksheet (front only)

Wednesday, Sept. 23: Teacher Workday

Thursday, Sept. 24: Finish Move to The Music

Friday, Sept. 25: None

Monday, Sept. 28: Evaluating Worksheet (All)

Tuesday, Sept. 29: None

Wednesday, Sept.30: Solving Equations Worksheet (1-8 all) Show all steps!

Thursday, Oct.1: Solving 1-Step Equation Practice Worksheet

Friday, Oct. 2: None

Monday, Sept. 7: Holiday

Tuesday, Sept.8: Finish ML #3 on Subtracting Integers

Wednesday, Sept. 9: Subtracting Integers Worksheet (All)

Thursday, Sept. 10: Practice Sheet for Adding and Subtracting Integers. Quiz tomorrow!

Friday, Sept. 11: Finish Carmen Sandiego if you want to turn it in for extra credit. Due by Tuesday, Sept. 15.

Monday, Aug. 24: Rule and Procedures Signed

Tuesday, Aug. 25: Number Hunt

Wednesday, Aug. 26: None

Thursday, Aug. 27: Finish Properties Worksheet

Friday, Aug. 28: None

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Percent of Change

- Why is it important to be able to express algebraic expressions in different way?

The _________ oz is the best buy.

- Find the percent of change

Percent of change

Percent of increase

Percent of decrease

- Determine whether the percent of change is a percent of increase or a percent of decrease Then find the percent of change.

- The price a used-book store pays to buy a book is $5. The store sells the book for 28% above the price that it pays for the book. What is the selling price of the book?

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Fractions, Mixed Numbers, And Decimals

- Fractional parts of a number
- Equivalent Fractions
- Simplest form
- Comparing Fractions
- Mixed Numbers
- Add and Subtract Fractions
- Fractions and decimals
- Mixed Numbers and Decimals
- Compare Decimals
- Compare Decimals to Fractions
- Round decimals
- Add and Subtract Decimals
- Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions
- Equivalent Fractions
- Simplest Form
- Comparing Fractions
- Equivalent Fractions and Decimals
- Comparing Decimals, Fractions, and Mixed Numbers
- Equivalent Fractions
- Ordering Fractions
- Ordering Mixed Numbers
- Equivalent Fractions and Decimals
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions Review
- Adding Mixed Numbers Review
- Subtracting Mixed Numbers Review
- Multiplying Fractions and Mixed Numbers Review
- Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers Review
- Adding and Subtracting Decimals Review
- Multipling and Dividing Decimals Review

- Expressions using parentheses
- Adding equals to both sides of an equation
- Evaluating expressions with all four operations
- Using variables and evaluating expressions using variables
- Order of Operations
- Expressions in Word Problems
- Equations with variables
- Distributive Property
- Commutative Properties of Addition and Multiplication
- Associative Properties of Addition and Multiplication
- Identity Properties and Multiplication by Zero
- Rounding Decimals
- Estimating decimal addition and subtraction
- Order of Operations Review
- Properties Review
- Algebraic Expressions
- Simplifying Algebraic Expressions
- Algebraic Formulas
- Solving Addition and Subtraction Equations
- Solving Multiplication and Division Equations
- Ratios
- Cross Products

Factoring And Multiples

- Factoring
- Multiples
- Factoring review
- Factors vs. Multiples
- Basic Exponents
- Prime Factorization and Exponents
- Prime and composite numbers
- Greatest Common Factors
- Prime and Composite Numbers Review
- Prime Factorization and Exponents Review
- Greatest Common Factors Review
- Greatest Common Factors of Three Numbers
- Least Common Multiples
- Least Common Multilpes of Three Numbers

- Adding and Subtracting Fractions with like Denominators
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions with unlike Denominators
- Adding Fractions with Sums Greater Than One
- Adding Fractions and Mixed Numbers
- Adding two mixed numbers
- Subtracting Mixed Numbers from Integers
- Subtracting mixed numbers with like denominators
- Subtracing Mixed Numbers with Unlike Denominators

Multiplying And Dividing Fractions And Mixed Numbers

- Multiplying Fractions
- Multiplying With Mixed Numbers
- Multiplying Two Mixed Numbers
- Dividing Integers By Fractions
- Dividing fractions by integers
- Dividing fractions by fractions
- Dividing fractions and mixed numbers

- Adding and Subtracting Decimals
- Multiplying Decimals By Integers
- Multiplying Decimals By Decimals
- Whole Numbers Dividing Into Decimals
- Dividing Decimals by Whole Numbers
- Dividing Whole Numbers By Decimals
- Dividing Decimals By Decimals
- Dividing With Powers Of Ten

- Basic Comparison
- Tens and Ones Places
- Greater Than & Less Than
- Ordering Numbers
- Comparison and Ordering, to Two Hundred
- Rounding to the Nearest Ten
- Even and Odd Numbers
- Place Value Through Hundreds
- Comparing Numbers up to One Thousand
- Counting By Twos, Fives and Tens
- Patterns and Counting By Twos, Fives and Tens
- Review Place Value Below One Thousand
- Place Value Below Ten Thousand
- Comparing Numbers Below Ten Thousand
- Rounding
- Rounding and Estimation
- Place value through hundred thousands
- Place value through hundred millions
- Comparing whole numbers
- Rounding whole numbers
- Addition using commutative, associative, and zero properties
- Estimation for addition
- Estimation for subtraction
- Comparing Negative Numbers
- Probability
- Place Value Through Billions
- Place Value Through Thousandths
- Rounding Whole Numbers

In this lesson, we learned about various features and options of the FREQ procedure. The following homework will give you practice using these features and options.

*Directions* . Type up your answers to the following problem in a Word file named *homework12_yourPSUloginid*. *Copy, paste and label your SAS program code, your SAS log window, and the resulting output into your Word document.* Once you have completed the homework problem in this lesson, upload the file to the *Lesson #12 Homework Dropbox* .

1. Use the ICDB background data set and the FREQ procedure to create a piece of output that looks just like this:

2. Use the ICDB background data set and the FREQ procedure to create a piece of output that looks just like this:

3. Use the ICDB background data set and the FREQ procedure to create a temporary data set called *summary* containing twelve records — one for each combination of *sex* and *mar_st* — and the following four variables:

*sex*. the sex of the subject*mar_st*. the marital status of the subject*count*. the number of subjects of the particular sex and marital status*percent*. the percentage of subjects of the particular sex and marital status

In doing so, suppress the printing of any frequency tables that SAS generates in order to create the summary data set. Instead, use the PRINT procedure to print the *summary* data set as a "list" giving the output the title of "Summary data set." Your output should look like this:

Note that the *summary* data set should contain 12 records — one record for each combination of *sex* and *mar_st* regardless of whether any of the subjects in the data set have that combination. Also note that you'll need to format the two variables to get your output to look exactly like the above. For *sex*. 1 = male and 2 = female. For *mar_st*. 1 = Married, 2 = Partner. and 6 = Never.