Tuesday: Textbook 53/54

Wednesday: Worksheet 5/6

Thursday: 1) Worksheet - CA Review

2) Study for Common Assessment on Monday/Tuesday (block schedule - period 1,3,5 on Monday, Periods 2,4,6 on Tuesday)

Friday: No School- Veterans Day

Monday: Textbook 45/46
Tuesday: Textbook 53/54 Wednesday: Worksheet 5/6 Thursday: 1) Worksheet - CA Review 2) Study for Common Assessment on Monday/Tuesday (block schedule - period 1,3,5 on Monday, Periods 2,4,6 on Tuesday) Friday: No School- Veterans Day
15 Comments
Sahir Patel
11/6/2017 04:34:58 pm
Do we have to fill in the charts with numbers for every question?
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Mr. Berchtold
11/6/2017 05:33:17 pm
Yes, similar to the examples we did in class.
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Julia Gonzalez
11/6/2017 04:59:42 pm
Mr. Berchtold I lift early because I had a game what do I do with the tables.
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Mr. Berchtold
11/6/2017 05:37:19 pm
Since you were not in class, I recommend that you look at pages 40 - 42 and complete the example problems in the book. This explains how to scale up and/or down for each problem. Here is a Youtube video that may help as well.
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Brian Martinez
11/8/2017 06:54:49 pm
How do we answer for page 5. Do you answer by the number you receive after you divide, or do you answer by the number you divide by.
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Mr. Berchtold
11/8/2017 08:46:17 pm
show which number you are multiplying or dividing both the numerator and denominator by (scaling up or scaling down)
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Katie R
11/9/2017 04:06:07 pm
Can you put the answers for the worksheet please?
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Mr. Berchtold
11/9/2017 08:35:36 pm
Below are the answers to Thursday's common assessment review worksheet. Don't forget, we will be on block schedule next week. Period 1 will take the test on Monday and Period 4 & 6 will take the test on Tuesday.
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Brian Martinez
11/10/2017 05:08:06 pm
How did you get November 7. I got November 6.
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Mr. Berchtold
11/12/2017 08:14:45 pm
3) You need to find the LCM for 12 days and 9 days. The LCM is 36 days. So 36 days after Oct 1. 31 days in October so (36 - 30 days) leaves 6 days which puts us at November 6, not Nov. 7.
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Sophie
11/12/2017 07:31:11 pm
I don’t get how you do #6
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Mr. Berchtold
11/12/2017 08:15:59 pm
6) You need to find the unit rate for each part. Remember, a unit rate has a unit of 1 (in the denominator)
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Camila Amenero
11/12/2017 08:21:26 pm
So just to be clear the answer to #3 is November 6 right no November 7?
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Mr. Berchtold
11/12/2017 08:24:13 pm
Yes, Nov. 6.
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Camila
11/12/2017 08:27:15 pm
Thank you I just wanted to clarify. 👌👍🙏
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