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42214 Tuesday 
42314 Wednesday 
42414 Thursday 
42514 Friday 
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POW Due! 
Weekly Review Due! Tenmarks Assignment and WFMA Due April 30th! 

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POW Due! 
Weekly Review Due! Tenmarks Assignment and WFMA Due April 30th! 

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POW Due! 
Weekly Review Due! Tenmarks Assignment and WFMA Due April 30th! 
This week's POW: Due April 23rd:
You want to know whether students in
your class or your friend’s class watch more movies every month. The line
plots show the number of movies each student in your class and each
student in your friend’s class watched during the past month.
1.
Compare the mean, median, and mode of the classes.
2.
Which set of data do you think is more spread out? Explain.
3.
Describe the distribution of the data for each class.
4. Overall, which students do you think watch more movies each month, your class or your friend’s class? Explain your reasoning.
Due April 16th:
Fitness First Health
Club has an annual membership fee of $259.99 which covers all the club’s
services except the use of the racquetball courts.
Using the racquetball courts is an extra fee of $3.75 each time.
Part A:
Write an expression to represent the yearly cost for using the club
with an unknown amount of racquetball court usage:
Part B:
One of the members, Derek, spent $436.24 on membership and fees last
year. How many times did he use
the racquetball courts? Write and
solve an equation:
Derek used the
racquetball court ___________ times.
Due April 9th:
The table shows the
production results for three factories.
Production
Factory A 10,000 cars
and 2500 trucks manufactured in 10 months.
Factory B 6000 cars and
1200 trucks manufactured in 9 months.
Factory C 9000 cars and
1800 trucks manufactured in 8 months.
1. Write a unit rate that represents the total vehicle production
at each factory.
2. Which factory has the fastest rate of production?
3. How many vehicles are manufactured at each factory in one year?
How
many more vehicles does Factory C produce than Factory A in one year?
4. Suppose Factory A manufactures 500 more cars in their 10month
time
period. How many more trucks would Factory A need to manufacture in
those 10 months to equal the rate of total vehicle production at Factory
C?
Due
April 2nd: Rafael was shopping for sweatshirts that cost $20.00 each.
·
How many sweatshirts can Rafael buy with $150.00? Show or explain your
work.
While Rafael was
shopping, a special sale was announced.
For twenty minutes, the price of everything in the store was reduced by
20 percent.
He wanted to buy a
pair of jeans that were originally priced at $40.00.
·
How much did the jeans cost during the sale? Show or explain your work.
·
After the twentyminute special sale, the prices were adjusted by increasing
the sale price by 20 percent.
What
was the price of the jeans then? Show and explain your work.
Due
March 26th:
Marisa bought three
sweaters on sale for the same price.
After using a coupon for $25, the total cost was $80.
Write an algebraic
equation to represent the situation:
How much did each
sweater cost?
Show your work and
explain your thinking:
Due March 19th: Marcia is getting ready to plant a
flower garden.
She wants to design
a garden that will provide the greatest area.
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 cost $1.25 per
square foot, how much will it cost to build the garden?
Due
March 12th:
Mrs. Ganza is planning to build a new rectangular brick patio.
She plans on using bricks that are 1 foot wide by 2 feet long. She would like
the new patio to be 12 feet by 14 feet. She expects that no bricks will need
to be cut.
Part A
Mrs. Ganza uses only whole 1footby2foot bricks. State how
many bricks should be used. Show or explain your work.
Determine the
total area and the perimeter of the new patio.
Show or explain your work.
Area:
Perimeter:
Due March 5th: At a traffic checkpoint, environmental safety
officers checked every 18th car for excess carbon monoxide and every 15th car
for a damaged exhaust system. If the first car at the checkpoint is car
one, what will be the number of the car checked for both problems?
Due
Feb. 26th:
Angela is planting
flowers down the side of her house.
She can plant 3 flowers every 2 minutes.
If she continues to plant the flowers at the same rate, how many
flowers will she plant in 30 minutes?
Due Feb. 19th:
The table shows the
portions of time you spent on several activities during a day at an amusement
park.
Portion of your time
Going on rides
1/6
Waiting in line for rides
3
Playing games
1/12
Swimming in wave pool
3/10
1.
How many times more is the portion of time spent going on rides than
the portion of time spent playing games? Justify your answer.
2.
How many times more is the portion of time spent waiting in line for
rides than the portion of time going on rides? Justify your answer.
3.
The portion of time spent swimming in the wave pool is two times more
than the portion of time spent having lunch. What portion of your time at the
amusement park was spent having lunch?
Due Feb. 12th: Jan brought eight 2liter
bottles of juice to the class party. At the end of the party, one bottle was ½
full, a second bottle contained 0.5 liters of juice, and a third bottle was
3/5 full. The other 5 bottles were empty. How much juice did the students
drink during the class party?
Due Feb. 5th: John’s grades in Math are 86, 93, 75, 81, and 75.
Which number would John prefer to have as a grade: the range, mean,
median, or mode? Explain.
Due
Jan. 29th:
The range of a baseball team’s scores for 4 games is 9.
The scores for three games are 5, 3, and 8. What is the score for the
4th game?
Text: Big Ideas  Green Book  6th Grade
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Periods 67
Text: Big Ideas 
Green Book  6th Grade
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Red Book  7th Grade
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