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MATH WORK KEYS Monday, February 1 send questions or comments to: timfarquer@limestone.k12.il.us Rochelle drives 40 miles to work everyday. If she drives 55 mph the whole way, how long will it take for her to get to work? 46.33 minutes 43.63 minutes 43.36 minutes 43.33 minutes

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math work keys

MATH WORK KEYS

Monday, February 1

send questions or comments to:

timfarquer@limestone.k12.il.us

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Rochelle drives 40 miles to work everyday. If she drives 55 mph the whole way, how long will it take for her to get to work?

    • 46.33 minutes
    • 43.63 minutes
    • 43.36 minutes
    • 43.33 minutes

at 55 mph, she will travel 55 miles in 60 minutes (one hour)

but to travel 40 miles at the same rate, how long would it take?

let’s set up an equation and cross-multiply…

55x = 2400

x = 43.63 minutes

slide3

It takes Connor 12.68 minutes to get to school. How long does it take him to get here?

    • 12 minutes and .68 seconds
    • 12 minutes and 41 seconds
    • 12 minutes and 68 seconds
    • 13 minutes and 8 seconds

In the question, the .68 represents 68 hundredth’s of a minute

we must find out how many seconds are in 68 hundredth’s of a minute…

let’s set up an equation and cross-multiply…

100x = 4080

x = 40.8

slide4

Michelle lives 10 miles from school. How much longer would it take her to get here if she drove 35 mph instead of 45 mph?

    • 17 m 14 s
    • 13 m 33 s
    • 3 m 18 s
    • 3 m 49 s

Looks like we need to set up an equation for each scenario to find the difference in time. We’ll do it the same way we did the first two today.

35x = 600

x = 17.14 minutes

45x = 600

x = 13.33 minutes

So if she drives 35 mph, it will take her 3.81 minutes longer to get to school.

Now we need to turn .81 (hundredths) into seconds…more cross multiplying…

100x = 4860

x = 48.6 seconds

so which answer is the best?

slide5

According to National Highway Safety Administration statistics, we each have about a 1 in 100 chance of dying in a car crash. In addition, the probability of death pretty much doubles for every 10 mph over 50mph that a vehicle travels. If Rochelle routinely drives 70 mph back and forth from work, what are her chances of dying in a car crash?

    • 1 in 50
    • 1 in 25
    • 1 in 10
    • 1 in 5

increasing to 60 mph, her risk would double from a 1% chance to a 2% chance

increasing to 70 mph would double her risk again…

from 2% to 4%

4% is the same as…

reading work keys

READING WORK KEYS

Tuesday, February 2

slide7

425.

  • Select the best definition for prognosticate.
    • predict
    • foretell
    • prophesize
    • all of the above
slide8

Groundhog Day is an annual holiday celebrated on February 2. It is held in the United States and Canada. According to folklore, if a groundhog emerging from its burrow on this day fails to see its shadow, it will leave the burrow, signifying that winter will soon end. If on the other hand, the groundhog sees its shadow, the groundhog will supposedly retreat into its burrow, and winter will continue for six more weeks. The holiday, which began as a Pennsylvania German custom in southeastern and central Pennsylvania in the 18th and 19th centuries, has its origins in ancient European weather lore, wherein a badger or sacred bear is the prognosticator as opposed to a groundhog. The holiday also bears some similarities to the medieval Catholic holiday of Candlemas. It also bears similarities to the Pagan festival of Imbloc, the seasonal turning point of the Celtic calendar, which is celebrated on February 1 and also involves weather prognostication.

Modern customs of the holiday involve celebrations where early morning festivals are held to watch the groundhog emerging from its burrow. In southeastern Pennsylvania, Groundhog Lodges (Grundsow Lodges) celebrate the holiday with fersommlinge, social events in which food is served, speeches are made, and one or more g'spiel (plays or skits) are performed for entertainment. The Pennsylvania German dialect is the only language spoken at the event, and those who speak English pay a penalty, usually in the form of a nickel, dime or quarter, per word spoken, put into a bowl in the center of the table.

slide9

425.

  • Select the best definition for prognosticate.
    • predict
    • foretell
    • prophesize
    • all of the above

…I see East Peoria goin’ down tonight

slide10

426.

  • On Groundhog day, what is the job of the groundhog?
    • to slow down global warning
    • to tell how much snow we have had
    • to predict when spring weather will arrive
    • to tell the date of the summer solstice

UH-OH…

slide11

Groundhog Day is an annual holiday celebrated on February 2. It is held in the United States and Canada. According to folklore, if a groundhog emerging from its burrow on this day fails to see its shadow, it will leave the burrow, signifying that winter will soon end. If on the other hand, the groundhog sees its shadow, the groundhog will supposedly retreat into its burrow, and winter will continue for six more weeks. The holiday, which began as a Pennsylvania German custom in southeastern and central Pennsylvania in the 18th and 19th centuries, has its origins in ancient European weather lore, wherein a badger or sacred bear is the prognosticator as opposed to a groundhog. The holiday also bears some similarities to the medieval Catholic holiday of Candlemas. It also bears similarities to the Pagan festival of Imbloc, the seasonal turning point of the Celtic calendar, which is celebrated on February 1 and also involves weather prognostication.

Modern customs of the holiday involve celebrations where early morning festivals are held to watch the groundhog emerging from its burrow. In southeastern Pennsylvania, Groundhog Lodges (Grundsow Lodges) celebrate the holiday with fersommlinge, social events in which food is served, speeches are made, and one or more g'spiel (plays or skits) are performed for entertainment. The Pennsylvania German dialect is the only language spoken at the event, and those who speak English pay a penalty, usually in the form of a nickel, dime or quarter, per word spoken, put into a bowl in the center of the table.

slide12

426.

  • On Groundhog day, what is the job of the groundhog?
    • to slow down global warning
    • to tell how much snow we have had
    • to predict when spring weather will arrive
    • to tell the date of the summer solstice

Wait a minute…that shadow is too chubby to be mine! Go Spring, it’s your birthday…

slide13

427.

  • Select the best definition for fersommlinge.
    • a type of fruit
    • a social event
    • a deciduous tree
    • a pagan ritual
slide14

Groundhog Day is an annual holiday celebrated on February 2. It is held in the United States and Canada. According to folklore, if a groundhog emerging from its burrow on this day fails to see its shadow, it will leave the burrow, signifying that winter will soon end. If on the other hand, the groundhog sees its shadow, the groundhog will supposedly retreat into its burrow, and winter will continue for six more weeks. The holiday, which began as a Pennsylvania German custom in southeastern and central Pennsylvania in the 18th and 19th centuries, has its origins in ancient European weather lore, wherein a badger or sacred bear is the prognosticator as opposed to a groundhog. The holiday also bears some similarities to the medieval Catholic holiday of Candlemas. It also bears similarities to the Pagan festival of Imbloc, the seasonal turning point of the Celtic calendar, which is celebrated on February 1 and also involves weather prognostication.

Modern customs of the holiday involve celebrations where early morning festivals are held to watch the groundhog emerging from its burrow. In southeastern Pennsylvania, Groundhog Lodges (Grundsow Lodges) celebrate the holiday with fersommlinge, social events in which food is served, speeches are made, and one or more g'spiel (plays or skits) are performed for entertainment. The Pennsylvania German dialect is the only language spoken at the event, and those who speak English pay a penalty, usually in the form of a nickel, dime or quarter, per word spoken, put into a bowl in the center of the table.

slide15

427.

  • Select the best definition for fersommlinge.
    • a type of fruit
    • a social event
    • a deciduous tree
    • a pagan ritual

Easy big fella…

slide17

524.

  • What year did Groundhog Day begin being observed?
    • 1786
    • 1812
    • 1912
    • we are not real sure

Easy bro…already gotta date for vice versa!

slide18

Groundhog Day is an annual holiday celebrated on February 2. It is held in the United States and Canada. According to folklore, if a groundhog emerging from its burrow on this day fails to see its shadow, it will leave the burrow, signifying that winter will soon end. If on the other hand, the groundhog sees its shadow, the groundhog will supposedly retreat into its burrow, and winter will continue for six more weeks. The holiday, which began as a Pennsylvania German custom in southeastern and central Pennsylvania in the 18th and 19th centuries, has its origins in ancient European weather lore, wherein a badger or sacred bear is the prognosticator as opposed to a groundhog. The holiday also bears some similarities to the medieval Catholic holiday of Candlemas. It also bears similarities to the Pagan festival of Imbloc, the seasonal turning point of the Celtic calendar, which is celebrated on February 1 and also involves weather prognostication.

Modern customs of the holiday involve celebrations where early morning festivals are held to watch the groundhog emerging from its burrow. In southeastern Pennsylvania, Groundhog Lodges (Grundsow Lodges) celebrate the holiday with fersommlinge, social events in which food is served, speeches are made, and one or more g'spiel (plays or skits) are performed for entertainment. The Pennsylvania German dialect is the only language spoken at the event, and those who speak English pay a penalty, usually in the form of a nickel, dime or quarter, per word spoken, put into a bowl in the center of the table.

slide19

524.

  • What year did Groundhog Day begin being observed?
    • 1786
    • 1812
    • 1912
    • we are not real sure

Hey, Chuck Collins isn’t right all the time either!

slide20

321.

The largest Groundhog Day celebration is held in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, where crowds as high as 40,000 have gathered to celebrate the holiday since at least 1886. Other celebrations of note in Pennsylvania take place in Quarryville in Lancaster County, the Anthracite Region of Schuylkill County, the Sinnamahoning Valley, and Bucks County. Outside of Pennsylvania, notable celebrations occur in the Frederick and Hagerstown areas of Maryland, the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, Woodstock, Illinois, and among the Amish populations of over twenty states and Canada.

Groundhog Day received worldwide attention as a result of the 1993 film of the same name, Groundhog Day, which was set in Punxsutawney (though filmed primarily in Woodstock, Illinois) and featured Punxsutawney Phil.

  • Where was the movie Groundhog Day primarily filmed?
    • Germany
    • Punxsutawney, PA
    • Woodstock, IL
    • Bucks County
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MATH WORK KEYS

Wednesday, February 3

slide22

Today’s slides are set up to automatically change after a predetermined time. You will have…

  • 20 s to complete each Level 3 question
  • 1 m for each Level 4
  • 2 m 30 s each Level 5
  • 4 m 40 s for the Level 6 question

The challenge consists of 10 questions. The last slide will show you all of the answers. This should give you an idea of your current PSAE Math Level.

AFTER CLICKING THIS SLIDE, JUST LET THE SHOW RUN. NO MORE CLICKING IS NEEDED TO ADVANCE THE SLIDES.

ready

READY

SET

ONE FOR THE MONEY…

GO!

slide24

Your school district has 3 high schools. East has 238 students, West has 167 students, and South has 429 students. How many high school students are there in all?

      • 405
      • 804
      • 814
      • 834

1

slide25

You have 12 tables set up for your sister’s graduation party. You have 48 chairs to set up evenly at the tables. How many chairs should you set at each table?

      • 4
      • 6
      • 8
      • 36

2

slide26

You are in charge of ordering pencils for the airport. You need to order 600 pencils, which come in boxes of one dozen each. How many boxes should you order?

      • 50
      • 60
      • 100
      • 600

3

slide27

A bank account for Ashby’s Brick Laying has a balance of $2,398.66. The business has the following expenses: rent - $1,165.22, electricity - $84.00, supplies - $449.43 and taxes $321.05. After all the expenses are paid, how much money will be left?

      • $57.91
      • $378.96
      • $462.96
      • $700.01

4

slide28

It usually takes 240 minutes to paint the windows in a house. How many hours does it take to paint the windows?

      • 2 hours
      • 4 hours
      • 6 hours
      • 8 hours

5

slide29

You are attending classes according to the schedule below.

  • According to this class schedule, how long does the benefits class run?
    • 1 hour
    • 1 hour, 20 minutes
    • 1 hour, 30 minutes
    • 2 hours

6

slide30

Kohls is having a huge sale. Everything in the store is going to be marked down 20%. What will the price of a $28 sweatshirt be?

      • $5.60
      • $20.60
      • $22.40
      • $24.20

7

slide31

Jerry gets paid $350 per week salary and a 2.9% bonus on production sales for the week. If sales for the week are $5600, what is his total income?

      • $366.24
      • $456.40
      • $512.40
      • $1974.00

8

slide32

If Suzie’s yard is a 300 feet by 250 feet rectangle, how much chain link fence will she need to enclose her yard?

      • 1,100 ft.
      • 50,000 ft.
      • 70,000 ft.
      • 75,000 ft.

9

slide33

Your pump at work will pump 125 gpm. How long will it take to empty a 12,000 gallon tank?

      • 1 hr 36 min
      • 1 hr 46 min
      • 2 hr 39 min
      • 4 hr 20 min
      • 9 hr 6 min

10

answers
ANSWERS
  • D
  • A
  • A
  • B
  • B
  • B
  • C
  • C
  • A
  • A

On the PSAE, there is no exact formula that determines what Level you are labeled. However, for the most part, as soon as you miss your 2nd question, that is where you are labeled.

FYI, using these timing intervals on the actual PSAE would result in 30 seconds left-over to fill in bubbles on the last 9 questions of the test (3 Level 6’s and all 6 Level 7’s).

Also, if you are going to achieve a Level 7, you should be able to set up your own intervals!!!

reading work keys35

READING WORK KEYS

Thursday, February 4

slide36

619.

  • As used in paragraph III A, the term “target organ” means:
    • A part of the human body which a given chemical can damage
    • Any body part which can come into contact with a chemical
    • The part of the body which ingests or absorbs the chemical
    • The effect a chemical can have on hearing
    • Actions which can cause the chemical to explode or burn
slide38

619.

  • As used in paragraph III A, the term “target organ” means:
    • A part of the human body which a given chemical can damage
    • Any body part which can come into contact with a chemical
    • The part of the body which ingests or absorbs the chemical
    • The effect a chemical can have on hearing
    • Actions which can cause the chemical to explode or burn
slide39

620.

  • You find an unlabeled container of a chemical in your work area. What would be the best thing to do according to this procedure?
    • Refuse to work in the area
    • Ask the safety manager to identify and label the chemical
    • Ask co-workers who placed the chemical in the container
    • Label it the most hazardous chemical in the area
    • Immediately dispose of it in a safe garbage container
slide41

620.

  • You find an unlabeled container of a chemical in your work area. What would be the best thing to do according to this procedure?
    • Refuse to work in the area
    • Ask the safety manager to identify and label the chemical
    • Ask co-workers who placed the chemical in the container
    • Label it the most hazardous chemical in the area
    • Immediately dispose of it in a safe garbage container
slide42

621.

  • What should you do if you mistakenly take a double dose?
    • Skip the next dose.
    • Call 911 for poison control information.
    • You will feel better, but you will get worse later.
    • Call your doctor since you will have serious side effects.
    • Continue to take double doses until the medicine runs out.
slide44

621.

  • What should you do if you mistakenly take a double dose?
    • Skip the next dose.
    • Call 911 for poison control information.
    • You will feel better, but you will get worse later.
    • Call your doctor since you will have serious side effects.
    • Continue to take double doses until the medicine runs out.

maybe, let’s check the others

a double dose is not that toxic

there is nothing that indicates that to be true

again, a one time double dose is not that toxic

WOW, terrible idea

slide45

622.

  • You feel better after taking penicillin for 7 days. After returning from a hike in a park, you get a rash on your legs. Most likely:
    • You are allergic to penicillin – stop taking it.
    • Your illness is getting worse.
    • You are getting over your illness now.
    • You were exposed to something in the park.
    • The penicillin has gone bad – get some new ones.
slide47

622.

  • You feel better after taking penicillin for 7 days. After returning from a hike in a park, you get a rash on your legs. Most likely:
    • You are allergic to penicillin – stop taking it.
    • Your illness is getting worse.
    • You are getting over your illness now.
    • You were exposed to something in the park.
    • The penicillin has gone bad – get some new ones.

nah, you would have had a reaction by now

but you were feeling better

that wouldn’t cause a rash

that seems entirely possible

pretty sure it won’t expire in just 7 days