We will also be having our second quiz on Wednesday. The quiz will cover polynomial vocabulary, polynomial operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication), and translating expression including perimeter problems.

Class notes: More practice word problems and perimeter problems

HW 1.10: More Translating Expressions/ Perimeter problems

**IXL: **Additional Practice

Z.4- Add and subtract polynomials

]]>Since Chapter 5 is the last of the first unit, we will be having our first unit test on **Friday, September 28**. We’ll spend some time Thursday reviewing, but you may want to start the review assignment early: from pages 134-146, exercises 5, 6, 7, 8, 18, 19, 21, 31, 32f, 33

This weekend, please read the passage Ants in Labyrinths, from Ivars Peterson’s The Mathematical Tourist. As usual, make a note of questions you have and passages you think are significant.

]]>Period 2 HW 1.9- Perimeter Word Problems

Period 8 HW 1.9- Perimeter Word Problems

]]>From pages 102-103 (chapter 4), do exercises 31, 35

From page 131 (chapter 5), do exercises 1, 3, 5

]]>Operations vocabulary list

Copy of class notes

]]>In order to create your graph, I recommend you use the online tools found at Stapplet, specifically the 1 Quantitative Variable, Multiple Groups tool. You can export your graph from the online tool, but you may want to take a screenshot instead. Instructions can be found here (I recommend the “partial screenshot” option).

Finally, we discussed in class how boxplots are great for comparing distributions of data, but maybe aren’t the best option for assessing a distributions **shape**. We saw this with some interesting visualizations here, which you’re welcome to check out on your own.