Tuesday: Worksheet E38

Wednesday: Worksheet E39

Thursday: 1) Worksheet - Test Review (Geometry)

2) Study for Geometry Test

Friday: Worksheet 24, odd numbers

Monday: No School
Tuesday: Worksheet E38 Wednesday: Worksheet E39 Thursday: 1) Worksheet - Test Review (Geometry) 2) Study for Geometry Test Friday: Worksheet 24, odd numbers
52 Comments
Justin Dixon
2/18/2020 03:34:18 pm
Homework was hard but easy at the same time
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Emily
2/18/2020 04:51:08 pm
I need help with number 3 by 5 30
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Delaney
2/19/2020 05:10:40 pm
Which question in number 3? Like 3A or 3B or 3C
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Hannah
2/18/2020 05:09:53 pm
Mr.Berchtold I don’t understand the homework
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Natalie
2/18/2020 05:24:37 pm
Mr. Berchtold said if you weren't her today this will be difficult
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Valerie Lin
2/19/2020 04:06:40 pm
Mr. Berchtold, there is a typo for 1F because there is no answer for that, instead, it says '$42.70' when it was supposed to be $42.50
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Mr. Berchtold
2/19/2020 04:36:43 pm
We worked out that problem in class.
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Amy
2/19/2020 05:46:42 pm
I need help with 2A
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Mr. Berchtold
2/19/2020 09:17:18 pm
For the mean, you need to add all of the values together(50,000) and divide by the number of values you added (5).
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Mr. Berchtold
2/20/2020 06:28:39 am
Below are the answer's to Thursday's geometry study guide.
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Sophia?
2/20/2020 04:41:55 pm
Mr Berchtold how do you draw a net for a cube I wasn’t here for Tuesday’s notes
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Mr. Berchtold
2/20/2020 04:44:36 pm
That was from 1.5 weeks ago! :)
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Sophia?
2/20/2020 04:46:39 pm
Wait never mind
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Sophia?
2/20/2020 04:47:37 pm
Thanks anyway
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Amy Merino
2/20/2020 04:52:07 pm
Mr berchtold, I do not get how to solve #8 please explain😭
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Amy Merino
2/20/2020 04:59:36 pm
I mean # 9
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Mr. Berchtold
2/20/2020 05:03:24 pm
Rectangular prisms have 6 faces. You may want to draw a picture of a rectangular prism and list all 6 faces.
Bryan escobar
2/20/2020 04:52:27 pm
Mr Berchtold I don’t get number 11 and 12
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Mr. Berchtold
2/20/2020 05:04:40 pm
1!) Find the area of all of the faces. On a triangular prism, there are 5 faces.
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Mr. Berchtold
2/20/2020 05:06:44 pm
12) On a square pyramid, there are 5 faces. All four triangles have the same area and the bottom is a square. List all of the faces and find their corresponding area. Then add them together to find the surface area.
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amy
2/20/2020 04:52:59 pm
i need help with number 9
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AMY MERINO AGAIN???
2/20/2020 05:01:09 pm
I NEED HELP WITH NUMBER 10 AND 12
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Amy Merino
2/20/2020 05:22:19 pm
Im amy merino who’s this?..
Mr. Berchtold
2/20/2020 05:05:08 pm
see above
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Mr. Berchtold
2/20/2020 05:07:43 pm
see above for my response to # 11 and #12
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bryan Escobar
2/20/2020 05:06:06 pm
Hi Amy I can help on 10 all you do is you need to multiple each number and you get the answer and round it
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Mr. Berchtold
2/20/2020 05:08:35 pm
Yes, volume is what fits inside of the shape. On a rectangular prism, V = lwh
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Mr. Berchtold
2/20/2020 05:51:06 pm
see comments above
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Luz
2/20/2020 05:25:58 pm
I need help with #6 on the study guide
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Mr. Berchtold
2/20/2020 05:51:57 pm
Plot the points on the graph. Find the distance on all four sides of the rectangle and add them together.
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Bryan escobar
2/20/2020 05:25:59 pm
Mr berchtold how do we do the bottom square
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Mr. Berchtold
2/20/2020 05:52:57 pm
13) Check out this link.
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Daniel Mata
2/20/2020 05:35:05 pm
Explain #5 to me plz
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Mr. Berchtold
2/20/2020 05:54:37 pm
5) Area of a trapezoid. First write out the formula.
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Adrian Gonzalez
2/20/2020 05:51:06 pm
I Dont get 10
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Mr. Berchtold
2/20/2020 05:55:24 pm
see my response above
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Mr. Berchtold
2/20/2020 07:44:18 pm
I explained #'s 5 & 9 above. Read through the previous comments above for the explanation to each of those questions.
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Hannah
2/20/2020 07:14:49 pm
Helppppppp meeeeee😫
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Mr. Berchtold
2/20/2020 07:56:59 pm
No. The test will have the same types of questions with different numbers and different answer choices then the review worksheet.
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Hannah
2/20/2020 08:07:44 pm
On #5 in the formula is the two part of the formula? Because it’s not in the problem.
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Mr. Berchtold
2/20/2020 08:12:10 pm
The complex polygon needs to be broken apart (decomposed) into shapes you are familiar with. So I would draw a horizontal line across to make two smaller rectangles. Find the area of each and add those two answers together.
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Hannah
2/20/2020 08:47:38 pm
I need help with #9!
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Hannah
2/20/2020 08:49:01 pm
Oh whoops I did not mean to put that twice🤔
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Hannah
2/20/2020 08:57:26 pm
Do you have extra copies of the study guide?
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