Monday
P.224, 19-29 odd
P.225 35(use a T chart or new method to graph)

Tuesday
P.231/232 13,17,31,37-43odd, and 40
P.233 57-61odd

Wednesday
P.242 problem 41 try to use the new method where you graph the y intercept first and then rise and run to get the next point
P.243 47-53odd

Thursday
P. 249 7,9,10,11,13-23 odd
P.250 33-37 odd

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On Oct 8, 2014, at 3:50 PM, Amy wrote:

For problems on page 752, section 5.4, 1-11odd, follow the directions below:

The slope is the number in front of x and the y intercept is the other number.
For example, on #1
The slope is 3 and the y intercept is 1
I don’t remember teaching this in class, but it is super easy ðŸ™‚
What do you think the slope and y intercept is of #2?
It is slope of 2 and y intercept of -1.

Easy cheese ðŸ™‚

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On Oct 5, 2014, at 4:29 PM, Amy wrote:

Homework for 10/10 for Algebra I
I am out of town for part of this week and internet may be sketchy, but feel free to text me 6624195227 if you have questions. I will be checking emails, so you can email questions also, but I may not answer them as quickly.
Monday
p. 750 Lesson 5.1 , 1-7 odd answers on p. 853
P. 748 Lesson 4.2 25-43 odd answers on p. 853
Tuesday
p.751 lesson 5.2 , 1-21 odd check answers on p. 853
Wednesday
p. 752, lesson 5.4, 1-11 odd check answers on 853
p, 749 lesson 4.4 ,1-7 odd check answers on p. 853
Thursday
You get the day off
Enjoy and I will see you tomorrow!

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On Sep 27, 2014, at 12:53 PM, Amy wrote:

Homework for 10/3 for Algebra I

We will be out of town this week, but I will be checking texts and emails, so feel free to ask questions.

Hope you will all study hard and do well on the test Friday!

Monday

p. 223/224 1,5,13-17 odd

p. 745 Lesson 3.3 1-21 odd The answers to these are also in the back of the book on page 853

Tuesday

p. 231 11, 15,19,23,27,31,35,39

p. 746 Lesson3.5 1-19 odds (answers on page 853)

Wednesday

p. 747 Lesson 3.6 Every other odd Answers on p. 853

p.747 Lesson 4.1 13-29 odd (answers on 853)

Thursday

REMEMBER that your test over ch. 3, ch 4(proportions only) and ch. 6 is tomorrow

Mr. Chunn will be giving your test. If you have any questions about ch. 3, 4 or 6 you may ask them briefly before the test.

P. 754 Lesson 6.2 1-23 every other odd

p. 754 Lesson 6.3 17, 21, 23, 27

p. 755 Lesson 6.5 1-39 every other odd

All the answers to these are on p. 854

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On Sep 24, 2014, at 8:53 PM, Amy Blassingame wrote:

Please bring graph paper to class this Friday.

If you would like to print some off from a website, here is a link:

http://donnayoung.org/fi14a/math-f/graph-paper/45×60.pdf

Let me know if you have questions,
Mrs. A

On Tue, Sep 23, 2014 at 11:18 AM, Amy Blassingame wrote:
Answer to #3 on p. 314 should be B instead of C Sorry! I was looking at prob. 2

On Tue, Sep 23, 2014 at 10:40 AM, Amy Blassingame wrote:
p. 314
1. A
3.C
5.B
7.C
9.D
11. -52
13.925
15.22
17.-11.4
19. -11/2 or -5.5
21.y<-4
23. 25%
25. 45
27. 4x+2y
45.6w-1
46.-8xsq-28
47.6m-9n
48.-x+2y
49. 25
50. 5
51. 10.8
52. 62
53. 1/8

On Mon, Sep 22, 2014 at 12:51 PM, Amy wrote:
Hi all,
I had already sent out the email last night when I remembered the bit about p 311 and 312 being for homework today.
I did assign p312 for Thursday, so if you did these in class on Friday, then you won’t have to do these.
I didn’t reassign the few problems from 311 – they were super easy.
Let me know if you have questions,
Mrs A

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On Sep 21, 2014, at 10:24 PM, Amy Blassingame wrote:

Hi,
Remember that you will have a test on ch. 3, part of 4(proportions) and ch. 6 on October 3.

Homework for this week:

Monday
p. 298 13-35 odd
p. 305 19-25 odd
p. 307 65-77 odd

Tuesday
p. 305/306 27-53 odd

Wednesday
p. 314 1-27 odd, 45-53 all

Thursday
p.312 55-71 odd

Let me know if you have any questions,
Mrs. A

On Mon, Sep 15, 2014 at 11:59 AM, Amy wrote:

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On Sep 15, 2014, at 10:00 AM, Amy Blassingame wrote:

7. B
8. C
9. B
10. 28
11. 7.2
12. 39.5

18.18
19.7
20. 16.5
21. 150
22. 24%

On Sun, Sep 14, 2014 at 6:10 PM, Amy Blassingame wrote:
Monday
p.280, 15-41odd
p.272. 7-12 all,18-22all

Tuesday
p.286, 19-71 odd

Wednesday
p.293, 19-39 odd

Thursday
p.310, 1-35 odd

All answers except p. 272 should be in the back of the book. Check your answers as you are working the problems.

Remember to reverse the inequality sign if you divide or multiply by a negative.

Example

-3x-4

Let me know if you have questions,
Mrs. A