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We dove into lines of best fit today with TWO different Desmos activities (that took the place of Lesson 16.1).we worked with scatter plots, clusters, outliers, positive and negative associations, and linear, nonlinear, and no association sets of data in an awesome Desmos Activity.

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We dove into lines of best fit today with TWO different Desmos activities (that took the place of Lesson 16.1).

If you need to finish up either activity the class codes can be found below.

student.desmos.com

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If you need to finish up either activity the class codes can be found below.

student.desmos.com

codes

2wwq

K3AE

Today we worked with scatter plots, clusters, outliers, positive and negative associations, and linear, nonlinear, and no association sets of data in an awesome Desmos Activity.

Didn't finish in class? Use the class code below to complete it tonight.

Didn't finish in class? Use the class code below to complete it tonight.

Today we began our look at volume by investigating the properties of cylinders in Lesson 14.1. We did the first two parts of the lesson today, and will continue with the rest of it tomorrow.

**Homework:** Textbook pages 752-753

Today we finished our look at exponent properties with a look at negative and zero exponents in Lesson 13.3.

This now completes all six of the exponent rules that you need to memorize and be able to use to solve and simplify a variety of problems. You'll find all six in the graphic on this post. Study, study, study; practice, practice, practice!

- Product Rule of Powers
- Quotient Rule of Powers
- Power to a Power Rule
- Negative Exponent Rule
- One Rule
- Zero Rule

Today we investigated multiplying and dividing powers in Lesson 13.2. Don't forget to complete any unfinished classwork from today. Problems 2, 3, and 4 were assigned in class.

Tomorrow we'll be taking our Chapters 11 and 12 test. Be sure to study your pre-tests, chapter summaries, and old class work / homework to arrive prepared.

**Homework: **Textbook pages 700-701

Tomorrow we'll be taking our Chapters 11 and 12 test. Be sure to study your pre-tests, chapter summaries, and old class work / homework to arrive prepared.

We continued our look at solving systems with linear combinations today in Lesson 12.222

Also, we'll be taking**Common Assessment #5 **on** Friday , April 15th**.

**Homework:** textbook pages 653-654.

Also, we'll be taking

We discovered our third and final method to solve systems of linear equations today: solving by using linear combinations (also sometimes called the elimination method) inLesson 12.1.

It takes a little bit of practice to get this technique down, but I think you'll find it quite helpful to quickly and easily find the solution of a linear system of equations.

It takes a little bit of practice to get this technique down, but I think you'll find it quite helpful to quickly and easily find the solution of a linear system of equations.

Be sure to use the example on page 652 to help you with your homework tonight!

Also, we'll be taking **Common Assessment #5 **on** Monday, April 18th**. A study guide has been posted in the Document Locker.

Today we wrapped up our look atsolving systems via substitution with the last of Lesson 11.4.

Tonight's homework is tough, so please be sure to give it your best effort, care, and attention. We want you all to be substitution masters!

**Homework:** Textbook pages 635-636

Tonight's homework is tough, so please be sure to give it your best effort, care, and attention. We want you all to be substitution masters!

We spent another day working with solving systems of linear equations by substitution, this time shifting our attention towards context problems and systems that model them with Lesson 11.3, Problem 3.

Be sure to put in an additional 10 minutes each night studying these new concepts and/or reviewing any homework or class work errors. This is tough stuff and requires extra effort to master.

**Homework:** Textbook pages 631-632 (#1a-d)

Be sure to put in an additional 10 minutes each night studying these new concepts and/or reviewing any homework or class work errors. This is tough stuff and requires extra effort to master.

Today we introduced ourselves to asecond method to solve systems of linear equations: Substitution!

We're going to be working with this method all week, so you'll have plenty of time to get comfortable with the ins and outs.

Today was a good intro. Tonight's homework will be a good chance to test out your new skills.

**Homework:** Textbook page 603

We're going to be working with this method all week, so you'll have plenty of time to get comfortable with the ins and outs.

Today was a good intro. Tonight's homework will be a good chance to test out your new skills.

Today we continued with a lesson on systems of equations.11.2 We've got A LOT more to do with systems, but today is a continuation of yesterday.

**Homework:** Finish any unfinished classwork, pg. 603-604 in addition to talk the talk pg. 619.then do textbook pages 602-606 (Problem 2). You can use Desmos instead of doing the table and graph by paper if you prefer.

We dove into Chapter 11 today with an introduction to systems of equations in Lesson 11.1. We've got A LOT more to do with systems, but today was a good introduction for us.

For those that were absent today, be sure to do all of Problem 1 on your own before attempting your homework. You can use this blank copy of 11.1 if you haven't ripped out your textbook pages yet.

**Homework:** Finish any unfinished classwork, then do textbook pages 602-606 (Problem 2). You can use Desmos instead of doing the table and graph by paper if you prefer.

For those that were absent today, be sure to do all of Problem 1 on your own before attempting your homework. You can use this blank copy of 11.1 if you haven't ripped out your textbook pages yet.

We finished out the chapter today with Lesson 10.4 where we investigated the slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines.

Instead of working through the textbook pages, we did a Desmos Activity that covered the same concepts. If you didn't finish it in class, please do so at home tonight. Head to student.desmos.com and type in the corresponding class code.

If you were absent today, you're welcome to either do the 10.4 textbook pages, or the Desmos Activity instead. Just make sure you do one of them to prepare for tomorrow's test.

Instead of working through the textbook pages, we did a Desmos Activity that covered the same concepts. If you didn't finish it in class, please do so at home tonight. Head to student.desmos.com and type in the corresponding class code.

We wrapped up Lesson 10.3 today using all the new concepts we've learned to find missing angle measures.

We'll finish Chapter 10 tomorrow with Lesson 10.4 and an awesome Desmos Activity. Then we'll take our Chapter 10 test on Thursday.

If you're going to be absent this week, I encourage you to do your work ahead of time so you're ready for the test!

**Homework:** Textbook page 561

We'll finish Chapter 10 tomorrow with Lesson 10.4 and an awesome Desmos Activity. Then we'll take our Chapter 10 test on Thursday.

If you're going to be absent this week, I encourage you to do your work ahead of time so you're ready for the test!

Today we worked on pages 549-554 in Lesson 10.3, investigating the relationships formed by all the pairs of angles we learned about yesterday.

Some of the key pairs of angles are congruent, some are supplementary, and some have no relation at all, depending on whether or not the two lines are parallel.

Need a protractor at home? Here's a printable protractor that'll help you out until you can purchase a plastic one.

**Homework:** Finish textbook pages 553-554

Some of the key pairs of angles are congruent, some are supplementary, and some have no relation at all, depending on whether or not the two lines are parallel.

Need a protractor at home? Here's a printable protractor that'll help you out until you can purchase a plastic one.

We began our look at pairs of angles today with this Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal activity. Here's a copy of a pdf version for those that don't have PowerPoint at home.

If you were absent today, you'll want to complete the activity linked above before doing your homework. You'll need this Math Is Fun website to learn the meanings of the following terms:

**Homework:** Textbook pages 550-551 (Problem 3)

If you were absent today, you'll want to complete the activity linked above before doing your homework. You'll need this Math Is Fun website to learn the meanings of the following terms:

- Transversal
- Parallel lines
- Vertical angles
- Corresponding angles
- Alternate interior angles
- Alternate exterior angles
- Same-side interior angles (consecutive interior angles)
- Same-side exterior angles (consecutive exterior angles)

Today we finished up Lesson 10.2, focusing on solving for unknown angles measures using all our new key terms.

**Homework:** Textbook pages 542-544

We examined angle relationships today with the first part of Lesson 10.2.

*Parents: Ask your child to explain the following terms and concepts:*

**Homework:** Textbook pages 538-539

- Congruent angles
- Adjacent angles
- Vertical angles
- Supplementary angles
- Linear pair of angles

Today we took a look at line relationships with Lesson 10.1.

*Parents: Ask your child to explain the following terms and concepts. Extra dessert tonight if they can explain them and use props to demonstrate.*

- Intersecting lines
- Perpendicular lines
- Parallel lines
- Coplanar lines
- Skew lines
- Coincidental lines

Today we took a look at line relationships with Lesson 10.1.

*Parents: Ask your child to explain the following terms and concepts. Extra dessert tonight if they can explain them and use props to demonstrate.*

**Homework:** Textbook pages 529-530 & 533

- Intersecting lines
- Perpendicular lines
- Parallel lines
- Coplanar lines
- Skew lines
- Coincidental lines

We finished Chapter 9 today with our last look at similar figures, this time on a coordinate plane, in Lesson 9.4.

We'll be taking Common Assessment #4 on Friday. A study guide is available in the Document Locker.

**Homework:** Textbook pages 514-515*

*Use (0, 0) as your center of dilation for #3 and #4.

*Use (0, 0) as your center of dilation for #3 and #4.

Today we finished out Lesson 9.2 with a look at finding missing measures from similar triangles. Warning: Critical Thinking Required!

**Homework: **Dilations of Triangles and Triangle Similarity worksheet

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We dove into the concept of similaritytoday with the first part of Lesson 9.2. We'll wrap it up tomorrow.

Today we finished our introduction to the fourth type of transformation, a dilation, with the rest of Lesson 9.1.

**Homework:** Finish textbook pages 488-489

We introduced ourselves to dilations today with an awesome Desmos Activity! We'll finish it up tomorrow (unless you just can't wait and jump in tonight!!).

To finish it at home, head to student.desmos.com and enter your class code:

**Homework: **Dilations of Triangles worksheet

To finish it at home, head to student.desmos.com and enter your class code:

- Period 1: 5GVG
- Period 2: RBCE
- Parents: KCAH

We finished our look at congruent triangles today with the last portion of Lesson 8.2.

**Homework:** Textbook pages 447-449

Today we learned about congruent triangles today in the first half of Lesson 8.2.

We discovered the difference between equal and congruent, and investigated how to write congruence statements and measure/length statements.

**Homework:** Textbook pages 439-440

We discovered the difference between equal and congruent, and investigated how to write congruence statements and measure/length statements.

We finished our introduction to transformations today with the second half of Lesson 7.4.

We'll be taking our**Chapter 7 test tomorrow**. Be sure to study your chapter summary, warm-ups, class work and homework to help you arrive fully prepared. This'll be your first test of second semester, and you want to get off to a great start!

Here are a couple of extra practice problems: Transformations Review

**Homework:** Textbook pages 420-421

**Monday HW Solutions:** Translations worksheet answer key

We'll be taking our

Here are a couple of extra practice problems: Transformations Review

Today we tackled reflections with the first half of Lesson 7.4. We'll finish the other half on Wednesday.

We'll be taking our Chapter 7 test on Thursday, which will cover all three**transformations **that we've learned so far:

Be sure to study lessons 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, and 7.4 to get yourself fully prepared.

**Homework: **Transformations worksheet

We'll be taking our Chapter 7 test on Thursday, which will cover all three

*Translations**Rotations**Reflections*

Be sure to study lessons 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, and 7.4 to get yourself fully prepared.

Today we worked with rotations with the first part of Lesson 7.3. We'll finish the rest of the lesson tomorrow.

**Homework:** Rotations worksheet & finish any leftover class work (from either today or yesterday)

Today is class we explored the effects of our second kind of transformation, a rotation, with an awesome Desmos activity.

For those that were absent today, you'll need to complete the activity at home on your own. Head tostudent.desmos.com and type in the class code that goes with your period.

For those that were absent today, you'll need to complete the activity at home on your own. Head tostudent.desmos.com and type in the class code that goes with your period.

We continued our work with translations today with a look at translating linear functions in Lesson 7.2.

We discovered that translating a linear function either vertically or horizontally will change the y-intercept, but will not change the slope in any way.

**Homework:** Textbook pages 403-405 (#4-7)

We discovered that translating a linear function either vertically or horizontally will change the y-intercept, but will not change the slope in any way.

We contained our look at translations today with the second half of Lesson 7.1.

Here's the Desmos tool we used for translations in class today: bit.ly/desmostranslations It may come in handy on your homework tonight.

**Homework:** Finish textbook pages 392-393

Here's the Desmos tool we used for translations in class today: bit.ly/desmostranslations It may come in handy on your homework tonight.

Today we dove into translations withLesson 7.1.

Here's the Ohio State Marching Band illustrating a translation for you. :-)

*Parents: Ask your child to explain in their own words (and identify in their class work) the terms **transformation, translation, congruent, image, and pre-image. *

**Homework:** Finish #3 and #4 on textbook pages 388-390

Here's the Ohio State Marching Band illustrating a translation for you. :-)

Here's the Desmos tool we used for translations in class today: bit.ly/desmostranslations It may come in handy on your homework tonight.

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