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Posted: November 7, 2017

More practice with discrete and contiuous when given word problems and grapgs.

Class/Homework- Page 294-296  #10, 11, 12, 17, 22

Posted: November 6, 2017

Review warm up on finding square roots using product of perfect squares and prime factorization (Quiz Tomorrow on this)

Lesson today is on the quiz material and more practice of the above concepts

Class/Homework:  Worksheet Slide 11 (all Questions)  (ATTACHED)

Posted: November 6, 2017

Discrete & Continuous functions with review of domain/range & Function/NonFunction

Class/Homework:  Page 294  #6,8,9

Posted: November 3, 2017

Homework:  Quiz tuesday on Finding square roots using product of squares of prime factorization.

Today we played Kahoot and review math topics.


Posted: November 3, 2017

Notes on determinng if tables or order pairs are a function or nonfuction. Vertical line test for graphs

Class\Homework:  Page 270  #4, 5, 8,  

                            Page 294  4(a,b), 7

                           Make sure to state domain, range and if it is a function or non-function 

Posted: November 1, 2017

Finding the sqaure roots of large numbers using the product of perfect squares (Must show work)

Class\Homework:  Board questions (attached in PDF)

                          Page 16  #19 (a,b,c), Show work

Posted: November 1, 2017

More Practice with domain & Range of graphs

Class/Homework:  Ws 1 Domaina and range 

                               Letters a to j

Posted: October 31, 2017

Square roots of numbers and how odd number of factors of a number indicate it is a perfect square numbers.

Class work:  Page 14-16 #6(a,b), 7(a,b), 8(a,b), 10(a,b), 11(a,b), 12(i, ii), 14(a,b), 15(a,b)

                     NO Homework since it is halloween

PDF icon gr_8_u1_sqre_day_5_square_roots.pdf1.91 MB

Posted: October 31, 2017

No Homework since it is Halloween

Today we started Domain & range. (Below is the lesson from today's class)

Posted: October 30, 2017

Continued to work on section 1.1 on perfect square numbers. They had the entire class to work on the following questions

Class\Homework:  Page 8-11  #6,9,10,11,12,15,16,17