# Pre-Algebra Assignment Sheet, September 28

Daily Assignment Sheet

Teacher:        Brenda Lecklider                  Date Assigned: September 28th

Class:       Pre-Algebra

Student Assignment

Monday:         Chapter 2 Review, problems 2-5 and all odd problems 7-55

Answer the following SAT Prep questions.

Greg’s weekly salary is \$70 less than Joan’s, which is \$50 more than Sue’s. If Sue earns \$280 per week, how much does Greg earn per week?

1. \$160 b. \$260 c. \$280           d. \$300           e. \$400

Liza took 5n photographs on a certain trip. If she gives n photographs to each of her three friends, how many photographs will she have left?

1. 2n b. 3n c. 4n – 3          d. 4n               e. 4n + 3

Tuesday:        Quiz in class and Chapter 2 Review (in class), talk about stock project.

Wednesday:    Take Home Test, follow Test Guidelines

Thursday

and Friday:    Lesson 3.1 (calculators are allowed, but students must still show their work when determining the mean, median, or range) Problems 10– 36, 38, 39, and Math Detective 36 and 37

Please bring graph paper to class

next Monday.

Parent Responsibility:

Please make sure that your student shows his work and completes the assignments. Students are expected to spend a minimum of 30 minutes per week on Khan Academy. This is part of their homework grade

To Bring to Class: loose-leaf notebook paper, pencil, colored pen (other than blue or black)

Math Perplexor (page 5)

# Algebra Assignment Sheet, September 28

Daily Assignment Sheet

Teacher:        Brenda Lecklider                  Date Assigned: September 28th

Class:       Algebra

Student Assignment

Monday:         Chapter 2 Review (done in class) and Lesson 3 Overview.

Tuesday:        Chapter 2 Test (In class)

Wednesday:   Lesson 3.1 – Do problems 21-53 (you may use your calculators on problems 48-53), and problems 68-75

Check your stock price and record it on your stock sheet. We will do the Biggest Winner/Biggest Loser contest in class Thursday.

Thursday/

Friday:           Lesson 3.2 – Do even problems 24-54, and problems 58-61

Lesson 3.3 – Do problems 10-39, 50-56 (you may use your calculators on these problems), 65

When the positive integer n is divided by 5, the remainder is 0. What is the remainder when 3n is divided by 5?

1. 0 1                 c. 2                 d. 3                 e. 4
 The sum of the positive odd integers less than 50 is subtracted from the sum of the positive even integers less than or equal to 50. What is the resulting difference?   0     b.         25         c. 50         d. 100       e. 200

Parent Responsibility:

Please make sure that your student is showing his/her work on homework assignments. Students are expected to spend a minimum of 30 minutes per week on Khan Academy. This is part of their homework grade.

To Bring to Class:

Looseleaf notebook paper, pencil, colored pen (other than blue or black), math book, calculator

# Pre-Algebra Assignment Sheet, September 21

Daily Assignment Sheet

Teacher:        Brenda Lecklider                  Date Assigned: September 21st

Class:       Pre-Algebra

Student Assignment

Monday:         Lesson 2.5 Do even problems 12-34, problems 36-39, 43, 45, 46, 53, 54

Tuesday:        Lesson 2.6 Do problems 9-34, 38-40, 44

A subway car passes 3 stations every 10 minutes. At this rate, how many stations will it pass in 1 hour?

1. 2 b. 12               c. 15 d. 18 e. 30

4 people shared a taxi to the airport. The fare was \$36.00, and they gave the driver a tip equal to 25 percent of the fare. If they equally shared the cost of the fare and tip, how much did each person pay?

1. \$9.00 b. \$9.75 c. \$10.25        d. \$10.75        e. \$11.25

Wednesday:    Math Detective #6 and #8

There will be a quiz in class over 2.1-2.5

Thursday

and Friday:    Quiz in Class over 2.1-2.5

Lesson 2.7 Do problems 12-49, 55-60

Students are to complete a minimum of 30 minutes each week on the Khan Academy website. This counts as part of the student’s grade.

Parent Responsibility:

Please make sure that your student shows his work and completes the assignments.

To Bring to Class: loose-leaf notebook paper, pencil, colored pen (other

than blue or black)

# Algebra Assignment Sheet, September 21

Daily Assignment Sheet

Teacher:        Brenda Lecklider                  Date Assigned: September 21st

Class:       Algebra

Student Assignment

Monday:         Lesson 2.6 Do Problems 22-35, 46-56, 68-71

Select stock for class project.

Tuesday

and

Wednesday:    Quiz in class over 2.1-2.6

Lesson 2.6: Do problems 72, 73, 79-82, 86-89, 91

Lesson 2.7: Do problems 26-46, problems 48-52, 60-65, 68-70,

72, 73, 78, 80, 84, 90, 95, 98

Thursday:      Lesson 2.8: Do problems 11-25, 28-31, 33, 34, 35-39

Friday:           Chapter 2 Review: Do odd problems 1-51 (page 123-124)

Answer the following college test prep questions:

If one worker can pack 15 boxes every two minutes, and another can pack 15 boxes every three minutes, how many minutes will it take these two workers, working together, to pack 300 boxes?

1. a) 10 b) 12 c) 15               d) 24               e) 30

If the remainder when x is divided by 5 equals the remainder when x is divided by 4, then x could be any of the following EXCEPT:

1. a) 20 b) 21 c) 22               d) 23               e) 24

Students are expected to spend a minimum of 30 minutes per week on Khan Academy. This is part of their homework grade.

Parent Responsibility:

Please make sure that your student is showing his/her work on homework assignments.

To Bring to Class:

Looseleaf notebook paper, pencil, colored pen (other than                                                          blue or black), math book, graph paper

# Pre-Algebra Assignment Sheet, September 14

Daily Assignment Sheet

Teacher:        Brenda Lecklider                  Date Assigned: September 14th

Class:       Pre-Algebra

Student Assignment

IMPORTANT NOTE: Each week a student should log 30 minutes on Khan Academy.

Monday:         Lesson 2.1 (page 54-55) Do problems 14-30, 38-45, 54, 55

If the average (arithmetic mean) of a and –5 is 10, then a =

1. 25     b. 15     c. 5     d. –5     e. –15

On a certain street map, ¾ inch represents one mile. What distance, in miles is represented by 1 ¾ inches?

1. 1 ½     b. 1 ¾       c. 2 1/3     d. 2 ½     e. 5 ¼

Tuesday:        Lesson 2.2 (page 60-62) Do problems 9-22, 24-27, 45-48, 51-53, 56, 58, 59. Try the Brain Game on Page 62 for a challenge and extra credit.

Wednesday:    Lesson 2.3 (page 65-66) Do problems 16-34, 40, 42, 47, 52, 54, 55

There will be a quiz in class over 2.1-2.3 on Thursday.

Thursday       Quiz in class on Thursday over 2.1 – 2.3

and Friday:    Lesson 2.4 (page 69-71) Do problems 17-26, 31-37, 42-49, 55-59, 63, 64 and Do Review Quiz 1 (page 73), even problems 2-14 and problem 15

Parent Responsibility:

Please make sure that your student shows his work and completes the assignments.

To Bring to Class: loose-leaf notebook paper, pencil, colored pen (other

than blue or black)

For extra credit, try the Puzzler below: Two years ago, Carlos was 63.9 inches tall. He is now 68.3 inches tall. If he grew 2.8 inches last year, how much did he grow the year before?

# Algebra Assignment Sheet, September 14

Daily Assignment Sheet

Teacher:        Brenda Lecklider                  Date Assigned: September 14th

Class:       Algebra

Student Assignment

Students should be logging 30 minutes weekly on Khan Academy.

Monday:         Lesson 2.1 Do Problems 26-28, 30, 35-40, 43, 48-51, 54-58, 60

64, 66-68, 71-79, 83-85

Tuesday:        Lesson 2.2 Do problems 18, 28-38, 44, 49, 52, 55, 58-60, 69, 72, 80, 81

Wednesday:   Lesson 2.3 Do problems 22-32, 42-49, 55-58, 60, 71, 74, 76, 78, 82, 83

Thursday:      Lesson 2.4 Do problems 7-14, 18-21, 23, 29, 32, 42, 48

Friday:           Lesson 2.5 Do problems 24-34, 44-49, 58-62, 66, 68, 72, 74

Answer the following test prep questions:

1. When k is subtracted from 10, and the difference is divided by 2, the result is 3. What is the value of k?
2. 3 b. 4 c. 6                  d. 10                e. 16

1. Steve ran a 12 mile race at an average speed of 8 miles per hour. If Adam ran the same race at an average speed of 6 miles per hour, how many minutes longer did Adam take to complete the race than did Steve?
2. 9 b. 12 c. 16                d. 24                e. 30

Parent Responsibility:

Please make sure that your student is showing his/her work on homework assignments. Calculators are not allowed on this homework.

To Bring to Class:

Looseleaf notebook paper, pencil, colored pen (other than                                                          blue or black), math book

# Pre-Algebra Assignment Sheet, September 8

Daily Assignment Sheet

Teacher:        Brenda Lecklider                  Date Assigned: September 8th

Student Assignment

Tuesday:        Lesson 1.7 Do problems 5-10, 11, 14-16. Try question 13 for a challenge and a one point bonus, if correct on your next quiz.

Answer the following Test Prep Question:

Which of the following CANNOT be the lengths of the sides of a triangle?

1. 1, 1, 1 b. 1, 2, 4 c. 1, 5, 5              d. 5, 6, 8

Wednesday:    Do odd problems 1-51 and problems 36 and 50 of the Chapter 1 Review on page 44-45. This is critical homework that will be helpful as you prepare for the Chapter One Test. Please check your odd answers prior to class. We will go over any problems in class on Thursday to prepare for the test.

The sum of the digits of a three-digit number is 12. If the hundreds digit is 3 times the tens digit and the tens digit is ½ the units digit, what is the tens digit of the number?

1. 2 b. 3 c. 4                 d. 6                 e. 9

Quiz in class on Thursday over 1.4-1.7

Thursday:   Quiz in class on Thursday over 1.4-1.7 and Chapter One Review (done in

class)

Friday:           Chapter 1 Test – This test must be proctored by a parent. Follow the test guidelines. This is due Monday.

Parent Responsibility:

Make sure your student is showing his/her work. Follow the testing guidelines and sign your       student’s test sheet.

To Bring to Class: loose-leaf notebook paper, pencil, colored pen (other than blue or black)