This is the final unit that we will be tackling for advanced math this year! Within this unit, architecture, proportions, and ratios will be applied to more realistic mathematical situations. Below are a few useful videos to help guide you at home when doing your homework. Thanks for an awesome year! Mrs. R
Two-Step Equations - Some are with regular numbers, and others are with decimals, fractions, and integers.
Remember, that in order to add or subtract terms, they must be alike. In order for terms to be "alike", they must have the same exact variable attached to them. If those variables have exponents, then those exponents must be identical as well. For example, 2a and 5a are like terms because they have the same variables. 2a and 5b would NOT be alike. They have different variables.
BUT... What if negatives are involved?!?!? Watch the videos below to help explain what to do should you find yourself in this "negative" situation! (Get it? Ha ha ha!!!!!!!!)
ADDING AND SUBTRACTING WITH INTEGERS:
Adding and Subtracting with Decimals and also with Fractions:
Be sure to look back at your cheat code book notes about integer rules and for examples to help with HW or to study from for a test! :)
MULTIPLYING AND DIVIDING WITH INTEGERS:
Below are some videos about specific types of graphs:
The video below is actually a playlist on YouTube created by Moo Moo Math. There are a few videos in this playlist that are unrelated to graphing and statistics, but MOST of them fit very well. :)
Today we began our unit on geometry. Below you will find some helpful information regarding 2D shapes, area, 3D shapes, surface area, and volume. All of these concepts are incredibly important for our students to grasp. So, if anyone has any questions about anything, please email me at any time at firstname.lastname@example.org! As always, thank you so very much for stopping by! Have a great day!!!
Thanks again, Mrs. R :)
Basic Area of rectangles, squares, parallelograms, triangles (which are half of a rectangle), and trapezoids:
3D Shapes, Surface Area, and Volume