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### Speed Test

Bell Ringer2-10-11

Janice has a fence around her garden which measures 6 ft by 8 ft. She wants to enlarge her garden by increasing the dimensions to 9 ft by 12 ft.

1. Calculate the scale factor

2. How many times larger than her old fence will her new fence be?

3. How is the area of the garden affected?

Janice has a fence around her garden which measures 6 ft by 8 ft. She wants to enlarge her garden by increasing the dimensions to 9 ft by 12 ft.

1. Calculate the scale factor

2. How many times larger than her old fence will her new fence be?

3. How is the area of the garden affected?

2-10-11

At a ski shop, Marvin saw a snowboard on sale with a regular cost of $24.75. The snowboard is now on sale at a 12% discount. Approximate the amount of the discount.

At a ski shop, Marvin saw a snowboard on sale with a regular cost of $24.75. The snowboard is now on sale at a 12% discount. Approximate the amount of the discount.

What is the discount amount?

Regular $24.75

12% off

Approximate

To find the amount of discount, I multiplied the cost of the snowboard by the discount percent (converted to a decimal). Since it said to approximate, I rounded the $24.75 to $25.

The discount amount is $3.00.

1. Get out a dry erase marker.

2. You have 1 minute to complete as many problems as you can.

We will grade in 1 minute.

4. Graph your results. Keep the graph in your notebook.

5. We will do this every day.

Problem of the Week

#4-4

1. You have 5 minutes to work on the problem of the week and word problem.

2. The problem of the week must follow the Read, Think, Solve, Justify format.

3. When you are finished, turn them in.

4. They are due Friday.

Remember to Act Right

I hope you are acting the way I expect you to act. You are wonderful classes for me, and I hope you respect me and the sub enough to act the way you are supposed too. I want to remind you of the consequences if you do not act correctly.

1. Lunch Detention with me for one week

2. After school detention

3. Phone call home and office referral

4. No incentive party

Reach for the StarsThursday

Mrs. Weathersbee drew a line and shaded part

of the coordinate plane.

Which list is made up of coordinate pairs representing points in the shaded part of the coordinate plane?

A. (3, −4), (−2, 5), and (6, −3)

B. (−3, 4), (3, 8), and (−9, −2)

C. (−6, 3), (1, 6), and (−2, 1)

D. (−3, 5), (3, 1), and (−9, 2)

Class Work

Individual Volume Test: Complete first

Individual – no calculators

Motivation Math

pg. 83: 1 – 3

pg. 84: 2 – 4

pg. 85: 1 – 3

Do NOT write in the books.

Do all work on your own paper.

Show ALL steps.

Complete any measuring up for the week.

Accelerated Math

Weekly Assignment

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