Algebra Assignment Sheet, October 10

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Daily Assignment Sheet

Teacher:         Brenda Lecklider                  Date Assigned: October 10th

Class:        Algebra                                       

Monday:         Lesson 3.3, do problems 64, 65 and Lesson 3.4, do problems 18-46

 

Review the formulas on page 813.  There will be a test on Thursday on the following formulas:  perimeter of a polygon, area of a triangle, area of a square, area of a rectangle, area of a parallelogram, volume of a cube, volume of a rectangular prism, volume of a cylinder, circumference of a circle, area of a circle, average speed, probability, and odds.  You will also be tested on using these formulas to find answers for each type of math problem.  You should bring a calculator to class to use on Thursday.

 

Out of 40 sandwiches, 19 are turkey, 9 are bologna, and the rest are tuna fish.  If one sandwich is randomly picked, what is the probability of picking a tuna fish sandwich?

 

If the sum of a, b, and c is twice the sum of a minus b and a minus c, then a =

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

 

Tuesday:        Lesson 3.5, do problems 9-20 and 27-40

 

Wednesday:    Study for Thursday’s formula test and complete the following test prep question:

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

A right circular cylinder has height and volume . What is the                                      circumference of its base?

 

Thursday       

and Friday:    Formula Quiz (in class)

Lesson 3.6, do even problems 16-44, 45-47, problems 49-54

There will be a quiz in class on Monday covering Lesson 3.1-3.4

 

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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