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Speed Gizmo
Per #
Prior Knowledge Questions (Do these BEFORE using the Gizmo.)
Max ran 50 meters in 10 seconds. Molly ran 30 meters in 5 seconds.
1. Who ran farther, Max or Molly? _
2. Who ran faster? _ Explain: _
_
Gizmo Warm-up
The Dista
Words About War: Series 3
Below are two selections on the topic of war. The first is a poem by Nigerian born Wole Soyinka who has made
a career of using his voice for social change and human rights through his poetry, novels, and essays. He is the
first A
Words About War Series: Section 1
Below are two selections on the topic of war. The first is a speech given by Chief Joseph in 1877 as he decided the Nez
Perce people should retreat after years of fighting for their land and way of life. The second select
Vocab due 9/18
You need to do the assigned reading and define and give an example for each
vocab word.
2.06 and 2.07 Geometry Book Reading pgs. 43-45 Algebra PDF pgs. 526-528
Compound statement A compound statement connects two statements with either the
Lessons 4.12 to 4.16 Vocab and Homework
Remember, you need to complete the vocab and reading Friday the 30 th. The entire
assignment is not due until November 6th. You need to complete the homework problems
assigned the day of the lesson.
Lessons 4.12 and
Vocab and Homework 5.07-5.10 and 2.01-2.06
This is a long vocab and homework. We only have one day of school the week
of the 23rd, no reason for a separate assignment.
Make sure you do definition and EXAMPLE FOR VOCAB!
Vocab
Lesson 5.07 and 5.08 pgs.155-1
Words about War Series: Section 2
Below are two poems about the cost of war. The first poem by written in 1915 by Canadian military doctor and
artillery commander John McCrae after the death of his friend, a lieutenant serving in the same artillery unit.
Romanticism Soundtrack Project Rubric
DUE DATE: Friday 11.6.12
Please submit your Planning Worksheet with your Final Project. If you dont, 20 points will be deducted from your
presentation score.
Excellent
(A)
The audience is able to easily identify the f
You MUST choose one of these three poems for this assignment:
Shakespeares Sonnet 116 (textbook page 72)
Elizabeth Barrett Brownings Sonnet 12 (textbook page 76)
Pablo Nerudas Sonnet 79 (textbook page 80)
Sonnet Explication Worksheet
explication (noun)
*a
BUS030: Personal Finance | Assignment
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Assignment 6
Instructions
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name. For example, Jessie Robinson's assignment 1R for Sec
Biology 202
1.10 Lab: Scientific Method
25pts
Objectives:
1. Understand the relationship between an independent
variable and a dependent variable.
2. Understand the significance of the control group.
3. Explain the difference between inference and observa
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Romanticism Soundtrack Project
100 Points
Time frame for completion: 3.5 Weeks. Do not wait until the last minute to complete your project. This
is something you should be working on over the course of the Unit.
DUE DATE: Wednesday 11.2.16
Please submit y
20 Points
Unit 4: Rip Van Winkle
Figurative Language Super Search
Directions: As you read Rip Van Winkle, pay attention for examples of figurative
language. Use the chart below to list AND explain the intended meaning or created
effect. Be sure to cite th
Viewing Guide: The History Channels The Salem Witch Trials
Directions: Review these questions prior to watching the documentary, which can be
viewed here: https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=PdX1vK03hRw
On My Own Questions
Think and Search Questions
Right Ther
Unit 5 Lesson 10 November 15, 2016
Before Class:
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State the quadratic formula:
Where does the quadratic formula come from? _
_ _
To use the quadratic formula, the quadratic equation
Math | Graded Assignment | Unit Test, Part 2 | Polynomial Functions
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Graded Assignment
Unit Test, Part 2: Polynomial Functions
Answer the questions below. SHOW ALL WORK. This test must be written by hand.
When you are finished, scan and submit
Unit 2 Lesson 2.02 September 19, 2016
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The mean is a measure of the _ of a data set. As such, it is descriptive of the entire data set. Because a
poll, or census, of an
Math ] Graded Assignment | Unit Test, Part 2 1 Connections Between Data
Graded Assignment
Unit 3 Test, Part 2: Connections Between Data
Do not type on this test! You need to handwrite your answers.
You must show all of our work to receive full credit. You
Math 1 Graded Assignment | Unit Test, Part 2| Connections Between Data
Graded Assignment
Unit 3 Test, Part 2: Connections Between Data
Do not type on this test! You need to handwrite your answers.
You must show all of our work to receive full credit. You
Unit 6 Lesson 7 December 1, 2016
BEFORE CLASS:
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Factor Theorem: If (x + a) is a factor of the _, then _.
#lookinthebook
What does the factor theorem mean? It means that if you evalua
Unit 5 Lesson 2 November 2, 2016
Before Class:
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A polynomial is an _ expression in which certain types of terms, called monomials, are
added and subtracted. Polynomials can be classi
Unit 6 Lesson 9 December 6, 2016
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The fundamental theorem of algebra states:
For every polynomial P(x), with a degree n, n > 0 there exists at least one _ root. Some
po
Unit 5 Lesson 7 November 9, 2016
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The Zero Product Property: If a product is equal to zero, then at least one of its _ must equal zero.
Steps for solving a polynomial e
Unit6Lesson2:PowerFunctions November21,2016
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6.08 Graphing Polynomial Functions December 5, 2016
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Polynomial functions can be graphed using the _ _ theorem and the
_ theorem.
When you graph a polynomial function t
Unit5Lesson5:FactoringPatterns November7,2016
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To factor a GCF out of a polynomial:
1.
5.11 Factoring over complex numbers November 16, 2016
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What is the difference of squares pattern?_.
When two binomial factors are the same except for the plus and minus
Unit5Lesson6:MoreFactoringPatterns November8,2016
BEFORE CLASS:
Learn: *Get this information from the Learn section of the online lesson*
Itispossibleforagreatestcommonfactor(GCF)tobea_ratherthana_.
Theprocessoffactoringouta_GCFisthesameastheprocessforfac