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Clicker Questions &amp; Daily Agendas Week 1. Phillips 2012. Clicker Question (Wednesday). In the following expression, 4x 3 + 2x, 2 and x are… factors. terms. exponents. bases. What to do when I walk into Ms. Phillips’ class today?.

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Clicker Questions & Daily Agendas Week 1

Phillips

2012

Clicker Question (Wednesday)

In the following expression, 4x3 + 2x,

2 and x are…

• factors.
• terms.
• exponents.
• bases.
What to do when I walk into Ms. Phillips’ class today?
• Turn in my signed syllabus (if I have it – if not, get it signed ASAP)
• Get a handout from the desk in front of the room
• Use the following word bank to fill in the 4x4 table on the back of the worksheet by what words mean each symbol.

Times

Multiply

Less than (could be two)

Minus

Decreased by

Subtract

Twice

Opposite

Increased by

More than (could be two)

Each

Product

Quotient

Sum

Difference

Less

More

Longer than (could be two)

Negative

Daily AgendaCoordinate Algebra; 8/1/12
• Organizer: Operations in words
• Worksheet: Writing Expressions
• Activity: Lucy’s Linear Equations and Inequalities
Clicker Question (Thursday)

Were you able to find your clicker? (yes, obviously)

Can you remember this number all year?

• YES
• NO
Daily AgendaCoordinate Algebra; 8/2/12
• Activity: Cara’s Candles
• TOD: Pre-test page 2
Clicker Question (Friday)
• Which of the following expressions fits this sentence: The opposite of the difference of 6 and negative 5?
• -6 – 5
• -(5 – 6)
• -(6 – (-5))
• -5 – 6
Daily AgendaCoordinate Algebra; 8/3/12
• Finish: Lucy’s Linear Equations & Inequalities
Brainteasers
• They call me a man, but I'll never have a wife. I was given a body, but not given life. They made me a mouth, but didn't give me breath. Water gives me life and sun brings me death... What am I?
• There was an electrician and a plumber waiting in line for admission to the Home Show. One of them was the father of the other’s son. How could this be possible?
• John has sons. His eldest son is four years older than his second son. The second son is four years older than the youngest son. The youngest son is exactly half the age of the eldest.
Brainteasers

1. Nancy is Goldie's father's son's wife's daughter.

What relation is Goldie to Nancy?

2. The Loving couple have six daughters. Each girl has a brother.

What is the minimum amount of members in the family?

3. You have two hourglasses--a 4-minute glass and a

7-minute glass. You want to measure 9 minutes.

How do you do it?