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# Pre-Algebra 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Periods

## Schedule and Assignments

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03-03

Angles
Worksheet 7-1
Vocabulary: Write each word, its definition, and an example:
point - a specific location on a line
line segment - has a beginning and ending
ray - has a beginning, no ending
line - has no beginning, nor ending
angle - vertex, intersection of two rays
vertex - angle, point of intersection of two sides of an angle
sides - legs of an angle, rays of an angle
degrees - units used to measure angles
protractor - tool used to measure an angle
acute angle - angle between 0 and 90
right angle - angle equal to 90
obtuse angle - angle between 90 and 180
straight angle - angle equal to 180
parallel lines - two lines that never intersect
perpendicular lines - two lines that intersect at 90 angles
adjacent angles two angles with a common side, next to each other
vertical angles - opposite angles, angles across from each other
complementary angles sum of adjacent angles is 90
supplementary angles sum of adjacent angles is 180
transversal a line that intersects a pair of parallel lines
congruent equal in geometry terms

03-04

Triangles
p305 13,17,19
p309 15,17,19
Vocabulary:
Classifying triangles by angles:
acute triangle - all acute angles, all angles between 0 and 90
right triangle - one right angle, one angle equal to 90
obtuse triangle - one obtuse angle, one angle between 90 and 180
Classifying triangles by sides:
equilateral three sides are the same length
isosceles two sides are the same length
scalene no sides are the same length

03-05

Triangles
Vocabulary:
square root - , what number multiplied by itself gives the value
Pythagorean theorem - a2 + b2 = c2, relationship between the sides of a right
hypotenuse - the longest side of a right triangle
p114 3,5,7

03-06

Review, Triangles
p120 3,5,13

03-07

Correct Test 10
What is the exact value of the missing side of the triangle?
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6in / |
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-------5 in

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Probability
Worksheet

03-11

Probability
M&M Worksheet

03-12

Review

03-13

Test
Bring something round and edible.
Bring something round and NON-edible around the size of a plate (small or large).

03-14

Pi Day

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## Pre-Algebra 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Periods

Schedule and Assignments
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03-20

03-21

## Build a Box Worksheet

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Review
2nd - Draw a triangle on a graph, putting the right angle at the origin.
Mark the angles using coordinate pairs. Find the midpoints of each side.

04-01

p315 7,9,11,13,21
p319 Write the names of each of the quadrilaterals and what makes them unique.
Draw a picture of what you think the quadrilaterals kite and deltoid look like.

04-02

## Correct Chapter 7 Test

Work on Build a Box
Mystery Shapes Worksheet

04-03

Polygons
2nd period: p326 7-21 all, 24-25
3rd, 4th, 5th: p326 9,13,17,25
What is the sum of the internal angles of a 100 sided polygon. What is its name?

04-04

Polygons
7-5 worksheet - Find the perimeter of all the shapes.

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## Pre-Algebra 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Periods

Schedule and Assignments
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04-07

## Perimeter and Area

2nd: Derive the area equations for the shapes on the 7-5 worksheet
3rd, 4th, 5th: Find the area of the top two shapes (square and rectangle).
Find an easier way to calculate area without counting the squares.

04-08

Area
Figure out the area equations for the shapes on the 7-5 worksheet and
calculate the area of each shape.

04-09

Area
p331 7,9,15

04-10

Area
p331 8,10,11,16

04-11

Area
p338 9,11,17,19,27
Assignment List signed

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Review
2nd: p383 7,9,13
3rd, 4th, 5th: p346 1-5, 7-19 odd
Correct the area worksheet

04-15

Test 7b
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04-16

Volume
2nd: p390 5,9,13
3rd, 4th, 5th: p383 7,9,13
pp390 5,9,13

04-17

Surface Area
p371 9,18
p377 9,13

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## Pre-Algebra 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Periods

Schedule and Assignments
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04-21

Aspire prep
Finish the packet and correct any problems you got wrong

04-22

Aspire prep
Continue to work on the packet.

04-23

Aspire prep
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04-24

Aspire prep
Complete aspire worksheets

04-25

Correct test
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Aspire Packet
Finish and correct the Aspire packet.
Finish and correct the Math Fun and Games packet.

04-29

## Aspire and Fun and Games Packets

A map of Nelson County is laid out in the standard (x,y) coordinate plane below,
where the center of the county is at (0,0). A cell phone tower is at (5,4), and
Esteban's house is at (10,2). Each coordinate unit represents 1 mile.
The tower's signal range is 10 miles in all directions.
The strength of the tower's signal to Esteban's house depends on the straight-line
distance between his house and the tower. What is the straight-line distance, in miles,
between Esteban's house and the tower?

04-30

Review
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05-01

Aspire Testing
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05-02

Aspire Testing
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51/80
Needed to add \$1 for each desk.
19(\$61) = \$1150
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They divided half the base and height using a diagonal, not half the area.
The slopes are the same so the lines will be parallel. The inequality
parts will be on opposite sides.
2.5 < x < 4, The 1st line graph.
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5) D
6) F
7) D
8) H
9) D
10) F
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13) A
1042.25 ft
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100 miles
2252
-2y2 + 4y + 5
10m + 9
87 4/5
interest - \$192,000
total cost - \$392,000
\$2508.80
She will kill him. 20 oz
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rect prism by 7.74 ft3
rect prism - 57 ft2
cylinder - 44.75 ft2
2.5 ft
15 ft2
m = -14
a = 39
q=1
54%
42 %

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-------y = 1 2/3 x + 3
Page 7) a) y = 4x + 3
b) x | y
----0|3
1|7
2 | 11
3 | 15
c) -----b
Page 8) B
3 hours
Page 9) 1709 ft
662,400 ft2
128 m
75 m
Page 10) 5cm
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## Pre-Algebra 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Periods

Schedule and Assignments
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04-21

Aspire prep