Algebra Assignment Sheet, September 11

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Daily Assignment Sheet

Teacher:         Brenda Lecklider                  Date Assigned: September 11th       

Class:        Algebra   

Student Assignment

 

Monday:         Quiz in class. Collaborative work and Chapter 1 test review.

You will be allowed to use a calculator on one test question. Please make sure you have a calculator with you.

 

 

Tuesday:        Test in class

 

Wednesday:   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?

 

Thursday/

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

64, 66-68, 71-79, and (Algebra students only) 83-85.

 

Starting next week, your homework grade will be graded on completion and selected problems which will be graded in a different manner.  We will discuss this in class this coming Monday.

 

 

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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