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. ,, March 16, Monday and Tuesday, March 17 is below Monday, and Wednesday is below Tuesday. Keep scrolling for new. Math: Lesson and homework for Monday, March 16 Continue Combinations and Permutations in Chapter 10. When we come back, we will have a Chapter 10 test which will include scatter plots and quartiles. 1. Permutations can be indicated with an exclamation point to the right of the number. It is called a factorial (p. 515). With permutations, order is important, so it is always the larger group. With combinations, order is NOT important. 2. The procedure in finding a combination in to make a fraction. Please reread page 516 in your text. However many places you need of the original number is the divisor factorial. This will leave a smaller number, but that is OK since order is not important. 3. Your homework for Monday was the top of page 518.Do the odds for Tuesday and check your work in the back of the book. In addition, add word problems 41 through 48. Mark this Assignment #1 and staple all papers together for each assignment. YOU MUST SHOW YOUR WORK. I will not accept "magic" answers. Vocabulary: Sadlier #11. SInce I have your orange books, I will give you the list and you can find definitions in either a book dictionary or use Dictionary.com. 1. Find the definitions and write them on looseleaf paper. Include all definitions, not just one. adequate ajar dialogue emblem gigantic havoc implore infamous innumerable lax mar misdemeanor mull narrative overture pact stalemate vindictive writ If you have any questions, please email me. Our next two weeks will be like homeschool. It is not a vacation, so please do your work and make us proud. vkessler@stconstanceschool.org for Tuesday, March 17 Happy St. Patrick's Day. Wear green and thank the Irish for all their contributions to our country. Math: 1. Begin by completing the word problems on page 519. You may have to go back and review some chapters. Luckily, the text tell you where to find the information. 2. Practice Book pages for lesson 106. The pages support Permutations and Combinations. Do two pages in Practice Book per day. You should be working on math at least one hour per day, representing class time and homework. There will have to be more book assignments for these two weeks. 3. When working with word problems, don't forget math strategies. Draw a picture or diagram Make a table or chart Find a pattern Write an equation Guess and check Use logic Work backward Solve a simpler problem first Label the work for Tuesday as Math Assignment #2 Vocabulary: 1. Using the definitions you have just finished, write a sentence using each definition. Please make letters clear so I can read your work. If there are two definitions, you need to write two different sentences. DO NOT use the sentences provided by your source or change them in minor ways. I want this to be your application. Label this assignment Vocabulary Assignment #2 Work for Wednesday, March 18 Math: 1. Practice Book Finish pages with a 106 heading. It's important that you do all the word problems for this 106 lesson. Word problems are the hardest, but that's what will be on the Aspire Test. 2. Students should have their IXL passwords. Go to 7th grade math, and then to Section DD Probability. There are 15 items under Probability. Students are assigned three per day. 3. The math assignment is DD.1, DD.2, and DD.3. Your goal is a "proficiency" rating or mastery. The computer will adjust the number of problems, depending on your skill level, so I cannot tell you how many problems. It will vary. 4. Email me if you lost your password. I have them all. Math work/tasks should take at least one hour per day. This is considered school, so don't think of it as just homework. Please do your best. Vocabulary: Take this week's word and create a short story using all of the vocabulary words. Your story can be about anything you wish. Some suggestions are: fairy tale, adventure, mystery, fantasy, etc. Be sure to use the words correctly. The story is due Friday, and it must be in cursive. lIf you forgot how to make letters, go to a D'Nealian website. We have practiced this, and you should know how to do it. So. Generate an idea. Make a sloppy copy and copy to final form. Then email me your finished product. Be creative. The focus of your grade is how you apply and use the vocabulary words, but have the other items in place, also. I am giving you a few days for this. Email me if you have too much free time. You should be working from 8am to 3pm. Minus lunch. P.S. Keep all math work together and label Math #1, 3/16, Math #2, 3/17, Vocab #1, 3/16, etc. I will grade when we get back.Students can email me their stories if they wish, but keep hard copies.. Work for Thursday, March 19 Math: Read pages 520521. This 107 section is about odds. Put the definitions on p. 520 in your math notebook. Read the two examples at least twice. Your homework is pp. 521522 923 evens. If you are having difficulty, do an odd problem and check the back of the book for answers. You can always go to Khan Academy for support. What is Experimental Probability? What is the difference between theoretical probability and experimental probability?See pages 511 and 529. Be able to verbalize your answer. Then do IXL DD.4 and DD.5 Vocabulary: No new assignment. I am giving you time to work on your story. Be sure it is written in cursive and double spaced on loose leaf paper. It should be finished on Friday, March 20. Work for Friday, March 20 Happy 1st Day of Spring. It doesn't feel like spring yet, but warmer days are coming. Sorry about the misprint on page 522. It was problems 923. We are studying ODDS, so now try the word problems. Finish the rest of the exercises, #2436 all. You can, of course, go to the back of the book for odd answers, but be sure you know how to do each one. We will have a quick review when we get back and assessment. Monday we start Independent and Dependent Events. Read ahead if you wish. Practice Book: Please do all the pages associated with 107. Word problems are really important. They will be on the Aspire Test. Keep up with the work. Don't get behind... P.S. Due to the beforeplanned day off due to teacher Development, I will extend Friday's March 20 assignment until Monday. Don't fall behind! Work for Tuesday, March 24 Math: We continue our 107 lesson on Odds and add the word problems #2436 evens. If you have difficulty, so some of the odd problems and check the answers in the back. You can also go to Khan Academy. Practice Book: All pages associated with 107. Vocabulary: Lesson #12. Find and write all the definitions in your notebook. Here they are: abound braggart cache clarification despondent embezzle heartrending leisurely lethargic mellow nomadic piecemeal quest random rant reinforce seclusion status turmoil Be sure you give each subject the attention you would normally give to the subject. This is classwork, not just homework. In addition, please check the websites for your Specials teachers: Spanish, Gym, Music, Computer, etc. They also have assignments for you. Work for Wednesday, March 25 Math: Complete with work problems for 107, including the Mixed Review  a review of previous lessons. New Lesson: 108 ProblemSolving Strategy: Simulation A simulation is modeling an event so you can see the outcomes. You will be using coins. Read pages 524525, especially examples 1 and 2. Complete problems #47 on page 526, plus they Practice Book pages for 108. The word problems are really important because they will likely be on the Aspire test. When you finish, take a picture and email me your work. Also keep the hard copy and label it.The IXL assignment is DD.12 and DD.13. Vocabulary: Your definitions should be completed. You can email me a copy of your work. The school has asked us to have work turned in, and not to wait until we return. ALSO keep the hard copies and label them by date or assignment. Note: Some students have been collaborating their work, and t his is not allowed. Please don't be guilty of plagiarism. New assignment in vocabulary: Create sentences with this week's words. Choose a theme and stick to it. The subject is your choice, but be consistent. Work for Thursday, March 26 Math: You have all been working very hard lately. I'm going to take a short pause and give you a problembased learning project for Thursday. There is a wonderful problem on p, 523, #30. It involves watching TV and keeping track of commercials. You will need to make a chart,k categorize the commercials, etc. Make this problem your project in math for the day. Catch up on IXL assignments. Remember that I can check your progress online. Vocabulary: After you have finished definitions and sentences, do another story, only this time no cursive. Do it in Word: 12 font, double spaced, oneinch margins, two page minimum. Your choice of storylines. Amuse me. Just be sure you use the vocabulary words correctly. Due Friday. Send me your final copy on Friday by late afternoon. Work for Friday, March 27 Math: we have to move forward in Unit 10. Your new assignment is to read 109 Probability of Independent and Dependent Events. Now are going to add the word "and" to our favorable outcomes. The word "independent" just means the two events do not depend on each other. When there is the word "and", the probabilities are multiplied together (see bottom of p. 531. When you have read 109 at least twice, try the IXL support: DD.10 and DD.11. Keep up with IXL! Your class is amazing. Two 7th graders have done over 1,000 problems!! Victoria Le and Alyssa. Yea for you. So that is a challenge. Think about devising a Probability Independent event with a deck of cards. This could be fun. We'll bring cards to school when we get back. Vocabulary: There is no extra vocabulary assignment for Friday. Complete your stories, and remember the requirements: Word, 12font, doublespaced, 1inch margins, and twopage minimum. Email me the finished product. No homework for the weekend. NOTE: For those who were having trouble with p. 522, here is a minilesson: Probability and Odds are different. Probability is the number of favorable outcomes over the total number possible. Probability of getting a 5 on a die is 1/6 Probability of NOT getting a 5 on a die is 5/6 Odds of getting a 5 on a die is 1/6 divided by 5/6 = 1/6 times 6/5 = 1:5 (Success over failures) Odd of NOT getting a die is 5/6 divided by 1/6 = 5/6 times 6/1 = 5:1 (Failures over success) see definition at bottom of p. 520 