Warm-Up Sit in the same area where you sat before. Study for your quiz. What is the area of a triangle with a height of 4 inches and a base that is the length of 3 inches? Clear Your Desk

Except paper and pencil. Finished with Quiz? Staple any work you have to your quiz and put your quiz in the class bin. Get your homework for tonight (the side with #4-9 on it) from the front desk and write your homework in your Bull Book.

Take notes on what you read. Open your textbook to page 397 and read to page 398. Look at #19 to know what a diagonal is. Read Lesson 9-3 and 9-4. What does congruent mean? Area of Special Quadrilaterals Use your basic shapes that you know triangles and

rectangles to find the area. Two sides that have the same measurement are marked with a short line through the sides. Diagonal a line that goes from one point on a shape through the middle to another point, not the edge though Hypotenuse longest side of a right triangle, side of triangle that slopes Find area of a triangle using the base and height, not the

hypotenuse Trapezoid Parallelogram Warm-Up What is the area of the isosceles trapezoid below?

Homework Complete the back of your homework #1-6 due Friday. Warm-Up Consider a square with a diagonal length of 4.3 inches and a height of 1.2 inches. What is the squares area?

Write your homework down: Fold your paper in half. On the top half, draw a special quadrilateral (one that we have discussed this week) and label the lengths of the sides and height. On the bottom half, put your answer and the work you did to solve your problem. Review Benchmark Test over the weekend, test corrections due Monday (include question number, show

all work on how you reworked the problem, and a GOOD explanation to get points back). Consider a square with a diagonal length of 4.3 inches and a height of 1.2 inches. What is the squares area? Rhombus

Kite Warm-Up Get your homework out. A renovation company wants to remodel a buildings floors from wall to wall in bright yellow. The floor looks like the picture above. How many square feet

does the company need to order for the building? Practice A rectangle measures 3 inches by 4 inches. If the lengths of each side double, what is the effect on the area? The lengths of the sides of a bulletin board are 4 feet by 3 feet. How many index cards

measuring 4 inches by 6 inches would be needed to cover the board? Warm-Up Homework on desk. Turn in test corrections. What is the area of the shape below?

Do corrections on your quiz, short explanation why you missed it and write the correct answer. Dont erase anything. Solve to find the area on the back of the quiz. Put the quiz in the class bin. Finished with Quiz?

Draw then find the area of a right triangle with a base length of three units, a height of four units, and a hypotenuse of 5. A border that is 2 ft wide surrounds a rectangular flowerbed 3 ft by 4 ft. What is the area of the border? Check your homework. Read Lesson 9-7 (take notes only need to know the following vocab words: prism, cube, net, right

rectangular prism) Read Lesson 9-9 (take notes only need to know volume, cubic unit, how to find volume of a rectangular prism - do examples 1 & 2) Extra Credit Opportunity Worksheet in yellow extra credit folder.

Game http://www.xpmath.com/forums/arcade.php? do=play&gameid=11 http://www.bonnmath.com/uploads/1/2/9/5/ 12955794/wssection91.pdf Homework on your desk. Warm-Up

What is the volume of the Rubiks cube? A border that is 2 ft wide surrounds a rectangular flowerbed 3 ft by 4 ft. What is the area of the border? Read Lesson 9-7 (take notes only need to know the following vocab words: prism, cube, net, right

rectangular prism) Read Lesson 9-9 (take notes only need to know volume, cubic unit, how to find volume of a rectangular prism - do examples 1 & 2) Volume http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/mesg/ht

ml/math6web/index.html?page=lessons&less on=m6lessonshell15.swf http:// www.learner.org/interactives/geometry/area_ volume.html http ://www.interactivestuff.org/sums4fun/3dboxe s.html

http ://www.illustrativemathematics.org/illustratio Volume Will need to find volume of prisms with fractions for the lengths. Warm Up: A right rectangular prism has edges of 1 , 1, and 1 . How

many cubes with side lengths of would be needed to fill the prism? What is the volume of the prism? 120 cubes Read Lesson 9-7 (take notes only need to know the following vocab words: prism, cube, net, right rectangular prism) Read Lesson 9-9 (take notes only need to know volume, cubic unit, how to find volume of a rectangular prism - do examples 1 & 2)

If you finish, you may move on to surface area (net) to read that section on page 467. A right rectangular prism has edges of 1 , 1, and 1 . How many cubes with side lengths of would be needed to fill the prism? What is the volume of the prism?

Check Homework Answers 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 128 cm3

240 cm3 192 cm3 120 cm3 245 cm3 1. 2. 3.

4. 84 cm3 96 cm3 72 cm3 90 cm3 Practice

A large cube has dimensions 3/2, 5/2, and 5/2 inches. Each of the smaller cubic units in the model is inch on each side. How many small cubes can fit inside the large cube? http://illuminations.nctm.org/Activity.aspx?id=4095 Homework: Volume of Rectangular Prism side only and completed Brain Dumps will be taken up on

Friday next week. If I took your Brain Dump, you got 2 points extra credit and remind me to return it to you. Brain Dumps will be used to help me create a review packet for you for the EOG. Warm-Up What is the volume of a rectangular prism with a height of 3 feet, a length of 4 feet,

and a width of 2 feet? What is the area of one of the faces of that prism? Study for your quiz What is the volume of a rectangular prism with a height of 3 feet, a length of 4 feet, and a width of 2 feet?

What is the area of one of the faces of that prism? Check Homework 1. 744.2 cm3 (744.218) 2. 784.4 mm3 (784.377) 3. 968.4 m3 (968.418) 4. 702.3 mm3 (702.27) 5. 1060.6 ft3 (1060.605)

6. 426.7 m3 (426.684) 10. 306.2 cm3 (306.153) Clear Your Desk Except paper and a pencil. Finished with quiz? Staple work to your quiz, drop quiz in class bin. Review surface area of rectangular prisms on p. 467 in

textbook what does it mean? How do you find it? Work examples in your notes. Work on finding the volume of the container you had yesterday. Your papers are by the toilet paper. =) Work on your Brain Dump for your EOG review packet. Finish the problem you are on Staple your quiz and put it in the bin.

Pack up. Straighten desks and clean around your desk so we can go. Happy Friday =) Warm Up What is the area of the shape below?

Practice With a partner, what is the volume of the container you are working with? If you do not have a container, work the problem on the board until it is time to switch. Use what you know about volume to predict how many cubes it will take to fill up the container if each cube is .

Homework: Other side of worksheet due Monday, quiz on Volume Wednesday. Test on all Geometry concepts Friday. Find Volume of Container To help you measure: Warm-Up

Homework: Surface Area worksheet A pool has a length of 12 feet, a width of 8 feet, and a depth of 9 feet. How much water can fit inside the pool, as a fraction? If you run all the way around the pool, how far will you run? Announcements

Homework you turned in yesterday will be returned and reviewed tomorrow. Sign up for tutoring today if you want to stay tomorrow. Know the difference between perimeter, volume, area, and surface area and when to use each. Brain Dumps due Friday.

Practice http:// www.illustrativemathematics.org/illustrations/ 535 - Volume http:// illuminations.nctm.org/Activity.aspx?id=4095 Surface Area

Surface Area (Net) Imagine a cube and then take it apart so that you can flatten it out. Vertex corner Face flat basic shape of the figure Edge the line that connects each vertex, not the diagonal

Decomposing break apart http:// www.learner.org/interactives/geometry/3d_prism s.html Difference between a Prism and Pyramid? Pyramids are based on one

shape and are named after that shape. The remaining faces are all triangles. All the triangles meet at a point called the vertex. Prisms have two faces on opposite ends that are the same.

Sides are made up of rectangles. What are the names of the shapes below? A) C) B)

D) Quiz Directions All fractions should be written in simplest form. This means no improper fractions. For #3, an exact answer will give you an extra 5

points. You do not need to give an exact answer, you can estimate. Finished with quiz? Hand quiz to me when you are finished. On another sheet of paper, find the surface area of the rectangular prism on the board. You can move closer to copy it on your paper then back to your seat.

Announcements Geometry Test 9th Homework: p. 192 on worksheet, make sure you draw the nets for each figure, show your work on another sheet of paper Volume Quiz today Ask your parent/guardian if they want to proctor for the EOG. If they do, tell me.

Math EOG May 30th, Friday Warm-Up Egyptians built rectangular pyramids using 1 foot long mud blocks. The mud blocks covered only the outside of the pyramids and the pyramid floor. How many blocks did the Egyptians need to build this pyramid?

Announcements Brain Dump is due tomorrow. More extra credit will be given to the person with the highest number (excluding whoever already received the extra credit). Proctor for EOG Test? Geometry Test changed to 13th How and when do

you find perimeter, area, volume, surface area? What is a face, edge, vertex, decomposition, base, net, dimension, height? Special quadrilaterals (rhombi, kites, trapezoids, parallelograms) Homework: Study guide due 12th, p.193 side on worksheet due Friday Geometry Unit

Ask questions you may have on geometry. Finish quiz. Make-up work day next Friday, 5/16: Complete a missing assignment for a max grade of 90. Warm-Up Donny wants to dig a hole for his pool. He wants the

pool to be 9 1/3 feet deep. The pool will be 12 2/3 feet long and 6 3/8 feet wide. How much dirt will Donny have to remove to dig the hole for his pool? Homework on desk. Study guide due Monday. Geometry Test on Tuesday. Donny wants to dig a hole for his pool. He wants the pool to be 9 1/3 feet deep. The pool will be

12 2/3 feet long and 6 3/8 feet wide. How much dirt will Donny have to remove to dig the hole for his pool? Warm-Up, Study Guide on Desk Joanne wants to cover her aquarium with colored paper to keep it dark for her snake. The aquarium is 3 1/3 inches in length and 2 2/3 inches in width. The

tank has a depth of 1 7/8 inches. She does not need to cover the bottom of the tank. How much paper does she need? Announcements Finished with test? Start working on your statistics packet.

We will have small group discussions to review each lesson in the packet. There is a make-up day deadline. If you are missing an assignment or have a low grade for it, you can make up the assignment by Friday of this week. If you need a copy of an assignment, let me know so I can make a copy for you and return it to you tomorrow. We will have a mock EOG test this Thursday and

Friday. It will count for a test grade. Study Guide 1. 4/9 units2 2. Height = 4.5 inches 3. 9 3/7 ft2 4. 9 13/27 ft2 5. 216 or 217 stalks

6. 250 yards2 7. 125 bricks 8. 67 8/9 ft2 9. Perimeter is 20 units. Area is 25 units2. 10.11 in3 and 720 cubes Length of base = 1 Width of base = 2 Height = 1

Surface Area 9 units2 Test: #2 and #8 use the same method of solving. #7 Point C should be Point D, and Point D should be Point C. Work on statistics packet when you finish the test.

Study tonight and statistics packetread the examples and do the practice problems. Remember you can work at your own pace. This packet will be due by Friday. Practice EOG Test Thursday and Friday Parent/guardian want to proctor? Warm-Up

What is the average, or the mean, of the list of numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 What is the median of the list of numbers? Review We have talked about doing operations with decimals and fractions.

Try the ones on the board. We will review percent and proportions followed by integers next week. Tomorrow when you come into class, you will need to clear your desk of everything except a sheet of paper. We will start on the practice EOG as soon as class starts.

Statistical Variability What does it mean if something is a statistical question? Are these statistical questions? How old are you? How much are laptops at these 5 stores? What are the weights of the horses? How much do you weigh now?

EOG Practice Test Work on your statistics packet in homeroom. Two people from homeroom, I need to staple the test booklets together. Clear your desk except for a pencil and blank paper. DO NOT TOUCH THE TEST ON YOUR DESK. DO NOT OPEN THE TEST.

If you need to sharpen your pencil, do it now. You will have the calculator inactive part first. Clear your desk except for a pencil and blank paper. If you need to sharpen your pencil, do it now. You will have the calculator inactive part first.

EOG Practice Test

On your scantron, put your first and last name. The class period is: The date is 5/15/2014. The unit is Math. You do not need to do the sample questions. Start with question 1, not S1. On #7-15, you must use the gridded response paper to bubble in your answer. On your scantron,

put A for #7-15. The book is yours, you can write in it. Get out a sheet of paper. On your paper, solve 11 5/8 3 8/9 Warm-Up Get out a sheet of paper.

On your paper, solve 11 5/8 3 8/9 Finished with test? Check over the calculator active section only. Darken your scantron answers and erase stray marks. Write your name on your gridded response answer sheet. Put everything inside your test booklet and put it in the class bin.

If you get finished with the practice test, you can get Lesson 35/36. They are due Wednesday. Box plots and dot plots are very similar. They both show different ways that data can be displayed. Lesson 32 and 33 due today have out on your desk Range and Measures of Center

Step 1: add all quiz scores Step 2: find out how many TOTAL points he needs to have an average of 92 Remember that average is adding up all the numbers and dividing by how many numbers you had. That is why we can multiply 92 x 5 to get the points he needs. Step 3: find out how many points he has left to get to the total

Kevin needs a score of 94 to get an average or mean score of 92 on the 5 quizzes. 1. About 10, depends how you read the graph 2. Median = 14 3. Mode is the one that happens the most, no number was repeated in the histogram so no mode 4. The range tells you the difference between the

highest and lowest number so 14 - 6 = 8. The range is 8. 5. He needs a 98. 94 x 5 = 470. Subtract 88 + 96 + 98 + 90 from 470 to find the score he needs. 6. Mean: 33 Median: Must have the numbers in order - 27, 27, 32, 32, 39, 41 so the median is 32. Mode: 27 and 32 Range: 41 27 = 14. The range is 14.

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