Today you worked in MATHia and are hopefully nearing the finish line on this current module. Two weeks to go!

Here is this week's extra credit:

## Saturday, October 29, 2016

### Thursday 10/27

## Wednesday, October 26, 2016

### Wednesday 10/26

### Tuesday 10/25

## Friday, October 21, 2016

### Friday 10/21

## Thursday, October 20, 2016

### Thursday 10/20

Today we had the Great California Shake Out so we worked on MATHia for the class period.

**Homework:**none## Wednesday, October 19, 2016

### Wednesday 10/19

Today we finished Lesson 3.5 and can now determine the

y-intercept from a graph, a table, a context, and an equation.

y-intercept from a graph, a table, a context, and an equation.

**Homework:**Textbook pages 192-194 (Problem 6)

**Tuesday HW Solutions:**Determining Y-Intercepts answer key

## Tuesday, October 18, 2016

### Tuesday 10/18

Today we learned how to find the y-intercept in a graph, table, context, and equation in Lesson 3.5. We did the first half of the lesson and will finish the rest tomorrow.

**Homework:**Determining Y-Intercepts worksheet## Monday, October 17, 2016

### Monday 10/17

## Friday, October 14, 2016

## Thursday, October 13, 2016

### Thursday 10/13

We spent the class period investigating the rate of change from an equation with an awesome Desmos activity!

Tomorrow is Common Assessment #2!

Tomorrow is Common Assessment #2!

**Homework:**Review for Common Assessment**Wednesday HW Solutions:**Slope from Equations worksheet answer key### Wednesday 10/12

Today we learned how to find the slope (also known as rate of change) from an equation in Lesson 3.4. We learned that when an equation is written in

**slope-intercept form**, the coefficient in front of the variable x represents the slope. To find the slope, all we have to do is rewrite any equation in slope-intercept form!**Homework:**Slope from Equations Worksheet**Tuesday HW Solutions:**Rate of Change worksheet answer key### Tuesday 10/11

Today we tackled Lesson 3.3, which focused our attention on finding the rate of change and unit rate from a context.

We learned that there's not a set formula or method to solving these - it's all about thinking critically, evaluating what you'd need to know to answer the question, and using the clues given to determine the rate.

We learned that there's not a set formula or method to solving these - it's all about thinking critically, evaluating what you'd need to know to answer the question, and using the clues given to determine the rate.

**Homework:**Rates of Change worksheet (Problems B & D)## Monday, October 10, 2016

### Monday 10/10

Today we continued our look at finding the rate of change and unit rate from a table with Lesson 3.2. We're now proficient with both informal and formal methods.

Sometimes, some students get tripped up not with the rate of change methods, but in adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers. If you need to brush up on those skills, use the daily practice links at the side to become an integer master!

Sometimes, some students get tripped up not with the rate of change methods, but in adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers. If you need to brush up on those skills, use the daily practice links at the side to become an integer master!

**Homework:**Textbook page 155 #1c & 1d## Friday, October 7, 2016

### Friday 10/7

Today we worked on MATHia and did the Picture Perfect Raffle. The winners won a picture frame with a Cold Stone gift card!! The winners of each class were:

P.1- Hanna

P.2- Rebecca G

P.6- Haley

Congrats ladies and I hope you enjoy your ice cream!

Here is an extra credit opportunity!

P.1- Hanna

P.2- Rebecca G

P.6- Haley

Congrats ladies and I hope you enjoy your ice cream!

**Homework:**30 mins of MATHiaHere is an extra credit opportunity!

## Wednesday, October 5, 2016

### Wednesday 10/5

We worked on Lesson 3.1 in class today by completing a Desmos Activity. All students should start to become experts in determining the rate of change and unit rate from a graph.

Here is the info from the activityy today:

student.desmos.com

Here is the info from the activityy today:

student.desmos.com

Class Codes

Period 1:

Period 2:

Period 6:

Period 1:

**PTREJ**Period 2:

**HY6X3**Period 6:

**PGVG6**

**Homework:**Page 142 #3a-g

## Tuesday, October 4, 2016

### Tuesday 10/4

Today we took a look at Lesson 3.1 in more detail, learning the process to determine the rate of change from a graph.

**Homework:**Textbook Pages 140-141 Problem 4 #1-2 all## Monday, October 3, 2016

### Monday 10/3

Today we dove into Chapter 3 with the first part of Lesson 3.1, where we learned how to find the rate of change from a graph.

**Homework:**none

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