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3rd Period – New Seating Chart

Turn in homework – pages 10-11

4th Period - New Seating Chart

Turn in homework page 10-11

6th Period - New Seating Chart

All but new students - Turn in homework page 10-11

DAY 7 – Accelerated MathAugust 14th
• Turn in homework – open packet up to page 10
• Question of the Day:

Last Sunday, an accident caused a traffic jam 12 miles long on two lanes of the highway. How many cars do you think were in the traffic jam? Explain your thinking and show your calculations.

3. Tonight’s Homework: finish pages 15 and 16

Check your homework pp. 10-11
• You do not multiply before applying the exponent (PEMDAS)
• You multiply what is in parenthesis first
• No, m is the # of magazines – not affected by the # of books
• The constant (\$23.90) will decrease
• The value of the expression would be > 9
• When x < 0 (x is negative)
• Increasing the interest will increase the base and increase the amt of money you earn
• No effect; the dose (starting amount) is not affected by the rate
• The rate would be negative, so (1 + r) would be between 0 and 1.
• No effect; the rate is already set and 1% - the number of months does not change it
Questions over graphing assignment??
• Inconsistencies
• Labels
• Connect dots or not???
• Domain and Range