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Welcome to Common Core Math 1!!

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Welcome to Common Core Math 1!!

Please find your name on a seat and start filling out the student info sheet.

- Email: akennedy@wcpss.net
- PB Works
- Akennedykhs.pbworks.com
- EVERYTHING WE DO IN CLASS WILL BE ON THIS WEBSITE!!!!!! Take advantage of it.

- IN YOUR SEAT WHEN BELL RINGS
- You should not be getting up in the middle of class unless you have an emergency.

- This is a give/give situation. If you would like to borrow a pencil/ pen you will need to give me something of yours in return to ensure I get it back.

- Calculators are assigned in pairs. ONLY TAKE YOUR ASSIGNED CALCULATOR. Get this as soon as you walk in the door. If your calculator is not there, and another member(s) of your group does not have it tell me immediately.

- You have a specific basket to turn work in, it is labeled with your class name.

What does it mean to you?

Group jobs:

Recording Time Keeper

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Quality Controller

Spying Monitor

Text: 919-695-9089

1st Period Message: @akennedy1

4th period Message: @akennedy4

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You have 10 minutes as a group to come up with definitions for the 12 vocabulary words. Work together!!

- Algebraic Expressions
- Terms (numbers, variables, variables with numbers) linked together with an addition or subtraction sign.

- Coefficient
- Number in front of a variable

- Constant
- A term that has no variable and does not change

- Distributive Property
- Taking a term on the outside of a parenthesis and multiplying it to the inside. Ex a(b + c) = ab + ac

- Equivalent Expressions
- Expressions that have the same value or simplest form

- Integers
- Positive and negative whole numbers and 0.

- Like terms
- Terms that have identical variable parts

- Order of Operations
- P.E.M.D.A.S.
- Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction

- Simplify
- To write an expression in simplest form (combine all like terms

- Substitute
- To replace

- Term
- Parts of an expression separated by addition and subtraction signs

- Variable
- A letter used to represent one or more number

AdditionSubtraction

MultiplicationDivision

When multiplying a number and a variable, the number is written first

Ex) 5x (NOT x5)

Be careful of order with subtraction & division!!

Ex) “5 – t” is very different from “t – 5”

- Have your parents/guardians read and sign the bottom of the course syllabus and return by Friday!
- HW 1.1
- QUIZ Friday!!