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1. CAHSEE PREP DNA

2. TABLE OF CONTENTS JAN 10 DAY 1DAY 2DAY 3 JAN 17 DAY 1DAY 2DAY 3 JAN 24 DAY 1DAY 2DAY 3 JAN 31 DAY 1DAY 2DAY 3 FEB 7 DAY 1DAY 2DAY 3 FEB 14 DAY 1DAY 2DAY 3 FEB 21 DAY 1DAY 2DAY 3 FEB 28 DAY 1DAY 2DAY 3 MAR 7 DAY 1MORE SLIDES

3. NUMBER SENSE

4. STATISTICS, DATA, AND PROB.

5. ALGEBRA AND FUNCTIONS

6. MEASUREMENT AND GEOMETRY

7. MATHEMATICAL REASONING • Of the 27 seniors on the girls’ soccer team, 10 are taking AP Biology, 15 are taking AP English, and 6 are taking both. How many of the 27 girls are taking neither? • 2 • 4 • 6 • 8

8. END OF LESSON ALGEBRA 1

9. NUMBER SENSE

10. STATISTICS, DATA, AND PROB.

11. ALGEBRA AND FUNCTIONS

12. MEASUREMENT AND GEOMETRY

13. MATHEMATICAL REASONING • Amy looked at several diagrams of quadrilaterals. She stated that if you know the measure of three angles in a quadrilateral, you can find the fourth angle. Which of the following best justifies Amy’s statement? • An acute angle is less than 90° • An obtuse angle is more than 90° • All quadrilaterals have 4 sides • The sum of the angles of a quadrilateral is 360°

14. END OF LESSON ALGEBRA 1

15. NUMBER SENSE

16. STATISTICS, DATA, AND PROB.

17. ALGEBRA AND FUNCTIONS

18. MEASUREMENT AND GEOMETRY

19. MATHEMATICAL REASONING • By rounding, which of the following is the best estimate of 225 ·387? • 80 • 800 • 8,000 • 80,000

20. END OF LESSON ALGEBRA 1

21. NUMBER SENSE

22. STATISTICS, DATA, AND PROB.

23. ALGEBRA AND FUNCTIONS

24. MEASUREMENT AND GEOMETRY

25. MATHEMATICAL REASONING • If a parallelogram is not a rectangle, which statement is not true? • The opposite sides are equal length • The opposite angles are equal in measure • The opposite sides are parallel • The diagonals are equal in length

26. END OF LESSON ALGEBRA 1

27. NUMBER SENSE

28. STATISTICS, DATA, AND PROB.

29. ALGEBRA AND FUNCTIONS

30. MEASUREMENT AND GEOMETRY

31. MATHEMATICAL REASONING • Tyeisha’s first two quiz grades in Sociology were C and C- . Which of the following conjectures is the result of inductive reasoning? • The final exam counts for 25% of this course’s grade • Late papers will be reduced one letter grade per day late • The Grapes of Wrath is required reading for this course • I will most likely get no higher than a C in the class

32. END OF LESSON ALGEBRA 1

33. NUMBER SENSE

34. STATISTICS, DATA, AND PROB.

35. ALGEBRA AND FUNCTIONS

36. MEASUREMENT AND GEOMETRY

37. MATHEMATICAL REASONING • Using estimation, which of the following is closest to the value of 4,486.8 ÷ 9.2 • 50 • 500 • 5,000 • 50,000

38. END OF LESSON ALGEBRA 1

39. NUMBER SENSE

40. STATISTICS, DATA, AND PROB. • Eduardo has a set of dominos that consists of 28 tiles. Seven of the tiles have the same number of dots on both halves and are called doubles. The player to draw a double first begins the game. What is the probability that the first tile Eduardo draws will be a double? • 1/28 • 1/14 • 1/7 • 1/4

41. ALGEBRA AND FUNCTIONS

42. MEASUREMENT AND GEOMETRY

43. MATHEMATICAL REASONING

44. END OF LESSON ALGEBRA 1

45. NUMBER SENSE

46. STATISTICS, DATA, AND PROB. • Sally has the following change in her purse: three quarters, two dimes, one nickel, and two pennies. What is the probability that, if she picks a coin without looking, she will not pick a penny? • 1/8 • 1/4 • 1/2 • 3/4

47. ALGEBRA AND FUNCTIONS

48. MEASUREMENT AND GEOMETRY

49. MATHEMATICAL REASONING

50. END OF LESSON ALGEBRA 1