- Instructor
- Mr. Tsudama
- Term
- 2019-2020 Trimester 3
- Department
- Mathematics

No upcoming assignments.

Good morning. This week, we are going to move on to a new concept for solving equations. The concept for doing the opposite operation to move terms to the opposite side of the equation remains the same. The only difference is that there now may be variable terms on both sides. Do the opposite operation to move it and then isolate the variable. Here is a video with a detailed explanation. We will have a Zoom meeting on Wednesday, 6/3 at 9am (the link is the same one from last week posted in Teams) to go over the new concept and answer any questions that you may have. Today, you are to go into Big Ideas and complete 1.3 #4 due by 3pm. Any make-up work is due *Friday, 6/5 by 11:59pm*. The FINAL opportunity to complete any missing CFUs is **Friday, 6/5** **between** the hours of **8am-3pm**. Thank you. Have a great day.

Good morning. This week, we are going to move on to a new concept for solving equations. The concept for doing the opposite operation to move terms to the opposite side of the equation remains the same. The only difference is that there now may be variable terms on both sides. Do the opposite operation to move it and then isolate the variable. Here is a video with a detailed explanation. We will have a Zoom meeting on Wednesday, 6/3 at 9am (the link is the same one from last week posted in Teams) to go over the new concept and answer any questions that you may have. Today, you are to go into Big Ideas and complete 1.3 #3 due by 3pm. Any make-up work is due *Friday, 6/5 by 11:59pm*. The FINAL opportunity to complete any missing CFUs is **Friday, 6/5** **between** the hours of **8am-3pm**. Thank you. Have a great day.

Good morning. This week, we are going to move on to a new concept for solving equations. The concept for doing the opposite operation to move terms to the opposite side of the equation remains the same. The only difference is that there now may be variable terms on both sides. Do the opposite operation to move it and then isolate the variable. Here is a video with a detailed explanation. We will have a Zoom meeting on Wednesday, 6/3 at 9am (the link is the same one from last week posted in Teams) to go over the new concept and answer any questions that you may have. Today, you are to go into Big Ideas and complete 1.3 #2 due by 3pm. Any make-up work is due *Friday, 6/5 by 11:59pm*. The FINAL opportunity to complete any missing CFUs is **Friday, 6/5** **between** the hours of **8am-3pm**. Thank you. Have a great day.

Good morning. On 4/17 from 9am-12pm, you will NEED to complete the 9.1-9.2 Checking for Understanding (CFU). Please let me know if you have any conflicts BEFORE the date and time. Click the links below for your class period. **The link will ONLY work on 4/17 from 9am-12pm.**

Good morning. The final assignment for section 9.1 is due by 3pm. I will be on Zoom at 10:00am for explanation and to answer any questions you may have. Click here to join the meeting. Your assignment is on Big Ideas.

Good morning. Today's practice will be more surface area of rectangular prisms. Please contact me with any questions. Complete the assignment on Big Ideas by 3pm. Have a great day.

Good morning. This was supposed to be the minimum day with the track meet, so there will be no new assignments. If you missed yesterday's Checking for Understanding on Area, you have another opportunity today, 3/27 from 10am-1pm. Please email me or send me a message through Microsoft Teams if you have any questions. If not, enjoy your Spring Break! We will begin the new chapter upon your return.

Good morning. Your assignment will be posted to Big Ideas and is due by 10 pm. It is continued practice from yesterday's lesson 8.4 Area of Composite Figures. You may need to subtract out the area if you are finding the area of a shaded region because it may be easier to find the area of the whole figure, then take out the missing piece rather than trying to find each individual shape and its area and add them together.

Here are the links if you missed the first opportunity to take the Circles and Perimeter CFU or you can retake if you did not like your score the first time. You can ONLY take it on 3/26 between the hours of 11 am and 1 pm.

Good morning. If you missed the opportunity to complete the Circles and Perimeter Check For Understanding, you will have the opportunity to make it up on Wednesday 3/25 from 9-11 am. This will be your last opportunity to make it up. If you cannot complete during that time, please notify me BEFORE the date and time. Take a look at today's notes. It is a lesson on Area which you have all done before. The only new content is the area of a circle, which can be found using the formula: area s equal to pi times the radius squared. You will need to find the radius for every problem, then plug it in. Please let me know if you have any questions. Check your assignments in Big Ideas for today's work. Please also take a look at this video (https://youtu.be/O-cawByg2aA) for an explanation. Have a great day.

Turn in the 8.2 #2 assignment in Big Ideas by 11:59 pm, Friday 3/20.

Circles and Perimeter Check For Understanding must be completed on Friday, 3/20 between the hours of 11 am and 2 pm. If you do not complete by 2 pm, it will be graded as-is. If you go over 1 hours time to complete, you will lose points for every minute you go over (those with accommodations have additional time, accordingly).

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Turn in assignment on bigideasmath.com. It's for section 8.2 which coincides with p. 328 #1-11 Perimeter of Composite Figures in the textbook

Here is a link that explains perimeter: https://youtu.be/AAY1bsazcgM

Remember that when there is a composite figures, it is made up of two or more shapes. ONLY add the distance around the combined figure

Notes: attached below

Due 3/18 by 11:59 pm

p. 321 #3-11, 15-17

Notes have already been taken on this section and you should have already completed #1-11, 25 on this page, but we were out of school so unable to turn it in. Re-do any problems, if necessary, then turn it in through the assignments page on bigideasmath.com. This is due by 3/17 11:59 pm. Have a great day.

p. 310 #1-14

p. 307 #1-13 omit 6 & 11

STUDY for tomorrow's Shape Quiz!!