Investigation
Who Owns the Zebra?
Name:_
Period:_
These are five houses along one side of Birch Street, each of a different
color. The home-owners each drive a different car, and each has a different
pet. The owners all read a different newspaper and plan
Product Review Reflection
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Date: _
Entry Title: _
This entry shows that I understand these concepts:
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The above are good examples of my work because: _
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Using numbe
Chapter 0 Review Form B
Name: _
Date: _
Period: _
Directions: Answer the following questions and be sure to show ALL work for full credit. Leave
your answers in simplest form unless otherwise stated
1. (4 points) A line passes through the point (2, -1) an
Chapter 0 Study Guide
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Date: _
1. Translate each verbal expression into an algebraic expression.
a. A number increased by 4
b. The sum of 4 and a number
c. Double a number
d. Quotient of 9 and a number
e. A fourth of a number
f. Half of a number
g.
The Olympics!
Kevin, Alexander, James, Katherine, Savannah, and Mary are competing in the Olympics. They are each from
a different country (North Korea, Nigeria, Iceland, Japan, United States, and Great Britain), and they are also
each competing in a diff
Lesson 0.3 part 2: Organizing Information
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Period: _
Complete a table to solve the following problem.
Date: _
Due Date: _
Age
*This chart is only a suggestion. Feel free to make your own chart*
Poistion
1
(left)
5
8
10
13
2
3
Name
4
(right)
Rocky
S
Homework Lesson 0.3 part 1: Dimensional Analysis
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Period: _
Date: _
Due Date: _
1. Convert each problem into the given units.
a. 2 miles into inches (12 inches = 1 foot, 5280 feet = 1 mile, 3 feet = 1 yard, 1760 yards = 1
mile)
b. 17 years into min
The Lab Mixup
Lab assistant Jerry Anderson has just finished cleaning a messy lab
table and is putting the equipment back on the table when he reads a
note telling him not to disturb the positions of three water samples
(oops too late).
Not knowing the co
Distance - Rate - Time Word Problems
Name - _ Date_ Period_
1) An aircraft carrier made a trip to Guam and
back. The trip there took three hours and
the trip back took four hours. It averaged 6
km/h on the return trip. Find the average
speed of the trip t
Directions: Follow the instructions for each problem. Write the result in
Column I. Compare your result with the students around you. Then
complete Column II by using a variable for the number you are thinking
of. Be sure to simplify expressions in column
Homework Lesson 0.2 Symbolic Representation
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Period: _
Date: _
Due Date: _
1. Write each as an algebraic expression.
2. Evaluate the expressions.
y
+ x + 4 + z + y ; use x = 7, y = 2, and z = 4
a.
2
b. c
bc
(7 a ) ; use a = 4, b = 8, and c = 5
4
The following problem appears in Problems for the Quickening of the
Mind, a collection of problems compiled by the Anglo-Saxon scholar
Alcuin of York (ca. 735804 C.E.).
A wolf, a goat, and a cabbage must be moved across a river in
a boat holding only one
Homework: Lesson 0.1 Pictures, Graphs, and Diagrams
Name: _
Period: _
Date: _
Due Date: _
1. Find the slope of each line.
2. Find the slope of the line that passes between each pair of points. Then
name another point on the line.
3.
Kyle has a summer job