Algebra Assignment Sheet, September 12

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Daily Assignment Sheet

Teacher:         Brenda Lecklider                  Date Assigned: September 12th       

Class:        Algebra   

Student Assignment


Monday:         Lesson 1.7, Do problems 17-26, 30-35, 39-41

There will be a quiz in class Tuesday over Chapter 1 material.



Wednesday:   Quiz in class over Chapter 1 and Chapter 1 test prep.

Read the review for each section of Chapter 1 on pages 54-56 and do odd problems 1-29 for this review. Make sure that you have checked your answers in the back of the book. This will help you know if you need to ask any questions before the test.


There will be a test in class on Thursday.  You will be allowed to use a calculator on one test question so please make sure you have a calculator with you.


Thursday:      Chapter One Test (in class)


Friday:           Do the Chapter 2 preview and prepare section on page 62.  Read the key vocabulary words and do problems 1-16 on this page.


                        Answer the following questions:

                        There are n students in a biology class, and only 6 of them are seniors. If 7 juniors are added to the class, how many students in the class will not be seniors?

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


Three friends form a company and agree to share the profits based on the proportion of the amount invested.  For example, if two people formed a partnership and one invested $2,000 and the other invested $1,000, the first partner would be paid double the profits of the second partner.


The three partners invested $3,000, $4,000, and $5,000.  In the first year, the company made a profit of $60,000.  How much did each partner receive, based on the original investment?


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 

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