Your Course Plan for High School. What do you need to take to graduate?. Education Career Action Plan: ECAP. What is ECAP? ECAP is a career plan helps you learn more about yourself, research and evaluate your options, set and update goals, and make plans to assure your success.By lela
Math Flow Chart. If you have completed 1 semester of Algebra 1, you will need to earn 5 additional credits to meet the FUSD graduation requirement. Algebra ll 4 quarters. Algebra 1 10 credits. Algebra 1 5 credits. ‘C’ or better. If yo u passed 2 nd semeste r. If you passedBy jena
PLANNING FOR 11th GRADE. I will know what the requirement for graduation are. I will become familiar with the information provided in the curriculum guide. I will forecast for courses for next year. I will take home my forecasting materials and discuss my choices with my parents.By shannon-anthony
Math Flow Chart. If you have completed 1 semester of Algebra 1 prior to your enrollment at CHS then you will need to earn 5 additional credits to meet the FUSD graduation requirement.By kieran-witt
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Algebra 1. Ch 8.1 – Multiplication Property of Exponents. Objective. Students will use the properties of exponents to multiply exponential expressions. Before we begin. In chapter 8 we will be looking at exponents and exponential functions…
Algebra 1. Unit 3 Review. Algebra 1 – Unit 3 Review. –7 2 16. 5 3. 1 3 6. -5 4. Is each of the following relations also a function? Explain. 1). 2). 3). Algebra 1 – Unit 3 Review. – 12 6 24. 3 1. 3 9 4. – 9 0. ANSWER.
Algebra 1. Ch 2.8 – Probability & Odds. Objective. Students will find the probability of an event and the odds of an event. Vocabulary. Probability (P) – is the likelihood that an event will occur.
Algebra 1. 2006 Released Test. A repairman estimated the cost of replacing a part in Mrs. James’ computer would be at most $225. The estimate included $35 for the part, a $40 service charge, and $30 per hour for labor. What is the maximum number of hours the repairman estimated for the job?.
Algebra 1. Coin Word Problems. Stan’s pocket is filled with nickels and dimes. He has 6 more dimes than nickels. All together Stan has $1.20 in coins. How many nickels and dimes does he have? -Let’s start with the sentence “He has 6 more dimes than nickels.”
Algebra 1. 7.5 Polynomials. Learning Targets. Students should be able to… Classify polynomials and write polynomials in standard form. Evaluate polynomial expressions. ELL Targets. Language Goal Students should be able to classify polynomials and write polynomials in standard form.
Algebra 1. Unit 4 Review. Algebra 1 – Unit 4 mid-unit Review. 1). Match each equation with line A, B, C, or D from the graph. ___ y = 7 ___ x = 7 ___ y = 3x – 2 ___ y + 4 = (x – 6). y. A. 5. x. -5. 5. B. -5. D. C. Algebra 1 – Unit 4 mid-unit Review. ANSWER. 1).
Algebra 1. Direct and Inverse Variations. Objective. Students will understand the difference between direct and inverse variation. Students will compute both direct and inverse variation.