# Algebra Assignment Sheet, May 15

Daily Assignment Sheet

Teacher:  Brenda Lecklider             Date Assigned: May 16th

Class:    Algebra

Student Assignment

Monday:         Quiz over 12.5 and 12.6

You and your partner will present your group project to the class on  Monday, May 23. As we discussed in class you                             and your partner have the  option of making a video, game, a rap song, or any other creative idea.  The objective of                               this assignment is for students to address ten concepts from our textbook which will help students prepare for the                               final exam.

Tuesday/

Wednesday:   Open book quiz over chapters 1-7

Thursday:      Quiz in class over Chapters 1-7

Friday:           Open book quiz over chapters 8-12

# Pre-Algebra Assignment Sheet, May 15th

Daily Assignment Sheet

Teacher:      Brenda Lecklider                     Date Assigned: May 15th

Class:      Pre Algebra

Student Assignment:

Monday:                     Lesson 10-5, do problems 4-13

Lesson 10-7, do problems 1-6, 10, 11

Quiz in class

Tuesday/

Wednesday:               Do Checkpoint Quiz 1 on page 543, problems 6-9 and problems 1-5 of                          the Checkpoint Quiz 2 on page 571.  This will count as a Quiz Grade.

Review for Thursday’s chapter test

Thursday:                  Chapter 10 test (in class)

Friday:                       Complete the first part of your Road Trip Project.  You need to complete pages one and two.  You will use the                                           map that was handed out with this worksheet.

Parent Responsibility:  Make sure that your student has completed the homework and work is shown for all problems.

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

# Algebra Assignment Sheet, May 8

Daily Assignment Sheet

Teacher:         Brenda Lecklider                  Date Assigned: May 9th

Class:              Algebra

Monday:         Quiz in Class over chapter 11. The chapter 11 test will be given on Tuesday in class. The class will preview 12.5 and 12.6

Tuesday:        There will be a Chapter 11 test in class on Thursday.  Please make sure that you bring a calculator and graph paper!!!

Wednesday:   Lesson 12.5, do problems even problems 2-22, 25-27, 39, 41-44

Lesson 12.6, do even problems 18-44

Thursday/

Friday:           Extra Practice Page 800, problems 1, 7, 15, 23, 31, 39, 41, 45, 57

Extra Practice Page 801, problems 1, 5, 13, 23, 31

Extra Practice Page 802, problems 5, 13, 17, 21, 35, 37, 43

Extra Practice Page 803, problems 7, 15, 17, 25, 26, 29, 31, 41

Extra Practice Page 804, problems 1, 5, 10, 21, 31, 43, 47, 51

Extra Practice Page 805, problems 1, 7, 9, 15, 17, 19, 23, 45, 51

There will be a quiz over 12.5 and 12.6 in class on Monday.

# Pre-Algebra Assignment Sheet, May 8th

Daily Assignment Sheet

Teacher:  Brenda Lecklider            Date Assigned:  May 8th

Class:      Pre Algebra

Student Assignment:

Monday:         Lesson 10-1, do problems 1-19

Lesson 10-2, do problems 1-5, 8-10

Tuesday/

Wednesday:               Lesson 10-3, do problems 1-16, 35-41

Enrichment 10-1, Practice 10-2

There will be a quiz on 10-1 and 10-2 on Thursday

Thursday:      Quiz in class

10-5 worksheet

Friday:           Complete your stock sheet and graph the stock prices over time.

Make sure that you have the original stock prices noted on your worksheet and that you list the number of shares “purchased”.

You should have an one entry a month, starting with of November  Use the history file to find any stock prices that are missing.  Your last entry should be the price of stock on May 10th (make sure to list the closing price of the stock).  Calculate your percent of increase or decrease based on “selling” your stock on May 10. Remember this percent is always based upon the original purchase price of the stock.

Your graph should include a title and labels for the x and y axis.  You will be graded on completing the above requirements as well as accuracy and neatness of the information submitted on your stock sheet and the graph.  This will count as a quiz grade.

Parent Responsibility:  Make sure that your student has completed the homework and work is shown for all problems.

To Bring to Class:  Graph Paper, loose-leaf notebook paper, pencil, colored

pen (other than blue or black).