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Motor Math (4-4-1). Tuesday. Numbers & Ops. April 3, 2012. SPI 2.7 Use ratios and proportions to solve problems.

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Motor Math (4-4-1)

Tuesday

Numbers & Ops

April 3, 2012

SPI 2.7 Use ratios and proportions to solve problems.

Fred has a savings account with $850 that earns 4% annual simple interest. If he does not make any withdrawals or deposits, how much money will Fred earn in 3 years. I = prt

What is the scale factor andratio of the volume between these similar cubes?

What is the value of k in this equation?

Inequalities the same!

Area =

81 in.2

2 feet

24 feet


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Motor Math (4-4-2)

Wednesday

TCAP Coach Algebra

April 4, 2012

  • Since she started recording, Valarie has walked 8 times and ridden her bike 17 times to school. What percent of those days did Valarie walk to school?

  • Which product has the least value?

  • a. b. c. d.

  • What is the solution set for t in this inequality?

  • Begin your next TCAP Lesson or rework quiz.

Area =

81 in.2


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Motor Math (4-4-3)

Tuesday

TCAP Practice Problems

April 10, 2012

SPI 2.5 Solve contextual problems that involve operations with integers.

Simplify:

a

Area =

81 in.2


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Motor Math (4-4-4)

Wednesday

TCAP Practice Problems

April 11, 2012

Area =

81 in.2


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