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Periods 12: Students are currently studying mapping diagrams  Chapter 9
Periods 67: Students are currently studying solving ratios and proprotions; slope and direct/inverse variation  Chapter 3
Periods 89: Students are currently studying mapping diagrams  Chapter 9
CLASS PERIOD 
52316 Monday 
52416 Tuesday 
52516 Wednesday 
52616 Thursday 
52716 Friday 
PERIODS 12 
SMI Testing 
POW Due! 
Weekly Review Due! Next Week: Upcoming Dates: May Family Math Game Folder due 53116 

PERIODS 67 
WKST 3.8 Class 
SMI Testing 
POW Due! 
Weekly Review Due! Next Week: Upcoming Dates: May Family Math Game Folder due 53116 

PERIODS 8  9 
SMI Testing 
POW Due! 
Weekly Review Due! Next Week: Upcoming Dates: May Family Math Game Folder due 53116 
This week's POW:
Marcia is getting ready to plant a flower garden.
She wants to design a garden that will provide the greatest area for
planting. These are her choices:
·
A circular garden with a radius of 8 feet.
·
A rectangular garden with a length of 28 feet and a
width of 7 feet.
1.
Draw
a diagram of each of these designs and label the dimensions.
2.
Calculate the area of each design.
Which garden should Marcia plant?
Show your work and label the answers accurately.
3.
If
the materials needed to make the garden cost $1.25 per square foot, how much
will it cost to build the garden?
POW due May 18th: In Exercises 1–4, use the following information. A 16inch cheese pizza costs $10. Each extra topping costs $0.75. You have $14 to spend on a pizza.
1. Write and solve an inequality to represent the number of toppings t you can order. 2. What is the maximum number of toppings you can order? 3. What information did you not need? 4. If you need $1 to tip the delivery driver, what is the maximum number of toppings you can order?
No POW due May 4th or May 11th!
POW: April 26th: Write
each phrase as an expression and state what the expression represents.
a. the
product of the length l
and the width w
b. the
sum of twice the length l
and twice the width w
c. 6
multiplied by the square of the side length
s
2.
Find the perimeter and area of the base of the treasure chest.
3.
Can you use the expression from part (c) in Exercise 1 to find the
surface area of the treasure chest in Exercise 2? Explain.
4.
One cubic inch of sand weighs about 1 ounce. Find the weight of the
treasure chest (in pounds) after it is filled with sand. Assume that the chest
weighs 20 pounds when empty.
Write each phrase as an expression and state what the expression represents.
a. the product of the length l and the width w
b. the sum of twice the length l and twice the width w
c. 6 multiplied by the square of the side length s
2. Find the perimeter and area of the base of the treasure chest.
3. Can you use the expression from part (c) in Exercise 1 to find the surface area of the treasure chest in Exercise 2? Explain.
4. One cubic inch of sand weighs about 1 ounce. Find the weight of the treasure chest (in pounds) after it is filled with sand. Assume that the chest weighs 20 pounds when empty.
POW: April 20th:
The table shows daily
high and low temperatures in two cities for a given week.


Day 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
F 
Sa 
Su 
High temperature (°F) 
14 
3 
1 
8 
15 
0 
–2 
Low temperature (°F) 
–3 
–9 
–10 
–10 
–2 
–4 
–12 


Day 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
F 
Sa 
Su 
High temperature (°C) 
8 
9 
4.5 
9 
8.5 
1 
5 
Low temperature (°C) 
0 
–4.5 
–12 
4.5 
–6 
–10 
–14 
1.
In
2.
In
3.
Use the number lines in Exercises 1 and 2 to identify any days in which
the temperatures were opposites in
each city. Explain how you found your answers.
4.
For each city, plot the data in a coordinate plane. Let
x be the daily high temperature and
let y be the daily low temperature.
5.
Find two ordered pairs for
6.
In which quadrant are there no points plotted for either city? Explain
why this occurs.
POW: April 13th


The
numbers of sailboats and motorboats in a bay are shown.
a.
Write the ratio of motorboats to sailboats in three ways. Explain what the
ratios mean.
b. Four
additional motorboats enter the bay. How many additional sailboats must also
enter the bay for the ratio to remain the same?
2.
The ratio of the number of galleons to the number of galleys in the
Spanish Armada was 5 : 1. What missing information could be used to find the
total number of galleons and galleys in the Spanish Armada? Explain.
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Math Sites:
Lesson Review Site for all Math Topics
Math Video Review  all topics
Math Power Points on All Topics
Skill Builder This site is greatclick on grade level then skill and it will provide a list of resources!
20 Great Math Sites/Apps for Students and Teachers
20 Great YouTube Videos on Math
Decimals:
Geometry:
Coordinate Plane/Ordered Pairs
Mixed Review: Lines, angles, shapes, area formulas
Area of Parallelograms and Trapezoids
Circumference and Area of Circles/Mixed Geometry Review
Math Properties  Click on type then scroll down past lesson for activity
Order of Operations Graded Review
Ordering Rational Numbers Video Clip
Divisibility Rules  Flashcards
Divisibility Rules 3 and 9 Song
Stock Market Sites
Algebra
Another Algebra OneStep Equations  Scroll down page for activity menu
Integers:
http://classroom.jcschools.net/basic/mathinteg.html
http://www.gamequarium.com/integers.html
http://www.uen.org/36interactives/math.shtml#integers
FRACTIONS:
Comparing and Ordering Fractions  lessons, games, practice
Fraction to Decimal Conversion
Fraction Practice Site  Mixed Review of skills
Factors, GCF, LCM and Fractions
Mixed Review Woodlands
Ratio, Rate, Proportion and Percents:
Challenge Game For 1 or 2 Players
Equivalent Fraction/Decimals/Percents
Mixed Review of Fractions/Decimals/Percents
Tangrams: Woodlands