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    Tina K. Hairston 
                                                                                                                
     
     
     
      1st Block  Algebra I (M,W,F)
     10:00-11:00
     2nd Block  Algebra I (M,W,F)  11:00-12:00
     3rd Block  
     
     4th Block  Algebra I (M,W,F)
     11:00-12:00
     
    Online Learning for Algebra I
     

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    • Lowe is also available for you to email for help as well. (Those students who normally work with her)
    • Xfinity is offering free Hotspots at https://wifi.xfinity.com/
    • Then type in zip code.
    • Don’t hesitate to contact me or Mrs. Lowe if/when you need help or do not understand something.
    • I know the first school closure stated that your work would not be graded, but now that it is closed for the remainder of the school year, you must show completion of assignments
    • You can still complete any missing assignments for the 5th grading period.
    • Please complete this work and future assignments
    • We cannot put grades in the gradebook RIGHT NOW; however, we will be given the approval to do so eventually
    • If you have any problems with unified classroom, please email Liz Russell (ASAP)
    • Just like last week, I will be communicating with you through Google Meet
    • Class Hours are as follows: starting next week (March 30, 2020)
    1. 1st Block – 10:00 to 11:00 (Monday, Wednesday, Friday )
    2. 2nd and 4th Blocks – 11:00 to 12:00 (Monday, Wednesday, Friday)

    We will log into Google Meet and be able to see each other just like in the classroom

    • I will send the link at 9:45 each morning for you to join. If you need extra help, you can let me or Mrs. Lowe know by email. Then we can set up a Google Meet with you personally.

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    April 15- April 17, 2020 (10:00 - 11:00)

    Virtual Learning in Google Meet 

    1st Block : Algebra I

                                                            Wednesday, April 15, 2020

                                                                         Questions on previous IXL's

                                       Go over Released Items for 2016 Packet (1-20)

                                                            Friday, April 17, 2020

                                                                         Questions on previous assignments

                                                                         Go over Released Items for 2016 Packet (21-40)

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    2nd & 4th Blocks : Algebra I (11:00 - 12:00)

    Wednesday, April 15, 2020

    Questions on prevoius assignments

    Go over SOL Review Part I (47-77)

     

    Friday, April 17, 2020

    Questions on previous assignments

    Go over SOL Review Part I (78 - 93)

    Submit completed work

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    Monday , March 30, 2020 (10:00 – 11:00)

    Notes on IXL AR7, AR8

    Complete IXL AR7, AR8

     

    Wednesday , April 1, 2020 (10:00 – 11:00)

    Notes on IXL (AT1, AT2, AT3)

    Complete IXL (AT1, AT2, AT3)

     

    Friday, April 3, 2020  (10:00 – 11:00)

    Notes on IXL (AU1, AU8)

    Complete IXL (AU1, AU8)

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    2nd and 4th Block Agenda: 

    Monday, March 30, 2020  (11:00 – 12:00)

    Complete SOL Review 1 (1-46)

     

    Wednesday, April 1, 2020 (11:00 – 12:00)

    Complete SOL Review 1 (47-77)

     

    Friday, April 3, 2020  (11:00 – 12:00)

    Complete SOL Review 1 (78-93)

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    Notes for 1st Block:

    IXL (AT1)

    Does the point (1,8) satisfy the inequality y>x+7?

    Substitute for x and y

    If true=> Yes

    If false => No

     

    8>1+7

    • ????

    False=> No it does not…

     

     Greater than.  >

    Less than <

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    IXL (AT2)

    Slope Intercept Form y=mx+b

    Solve for y

    ***If you multiply or divide both sides by a negative, REVERSE THE INEQUALITY SIGN!!!!

    Example: 10x+y >16.         Subtract 10x from both sides…….16 and 10x ARE NOT LIKE TERMS

                    -10x.     -10x

                            Y > -10x + 16

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    IXL (AT3)

    To graph inequalities:

    < or > dotted or broken lines

    < or = and > or = are solid lines

     

    Example: y<7

    Two ordered pairs to graph are (1,7)(and (4,7) THE Y COORDINATE MUST BE 7

    Plot the two points and connect with a dotted line. (SHOULD BE A HORIZONTAL LINE THROUGH 7 ON THE Y AXIS)

    BECAUSE OF THE INEQUALITY SIGN THERE ARE MORE ANSWERS ;THEREFORE, WE MUST SHADE…

     

    TO FIGURE OUT WHICH SECTION TO SHADE, CHOOSE A TEST POINT NOT ON THE LINE…

    THE EASIEST TEST POINT IS (0,0) IF THE LINE DOES NOT GO THROUGH THE ORIGIN…

     

    YOU ARE FREE TO CHOOSE WHATEVER TEST POINT YOU WANT TO. WHEN YOU PLUG IN…IF TRUE, SHADE THAT SIDE…IF FALSE, SHADE THE OTHER SIDE.

     

    WHEN I PLUG IN 0 FOR THE Y FROM THE Y COORDINATE

    0< 7 IS TRUE THEREFORE WE SHADE THE (0,0) SECTION

     

    ANY ORDERED PAIR IN THE SHADED REGION (OR SOLID LINE) IS A TRUE SOLUTION

     

    ANOTHER EXAMPLE:

     

    Y>X

    Slope = 1/1      y intercept =0

    Plot the y intercept on the y axis

    From that point, use the slope.

    Connect the points. (dotted line or broken line)

     

    Choose a test point to shade a side.

    (0,0) is on the line therefore, I cannot use it. Must use a point not on the line.

    My test point (2,0)

     

    Plug into y>x

                    0>2?????    False statement; therefore I do not shade where (2,0) is. We shade the other side which should be true….

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     NOTES:

    IXL AR7 (Inverse Variation)

     

    If y varies inversely as x => equation => y = k  

                                                                     X

    Substitute for x and y and solve.

     

    Example: If y=3 and x=8, write the inverse equation .

    Y=k                        3=k   

      X                            8

    Solve for k by multiplying both sides by 8; k=24

    Substitute 24 only back into the original equation

    Answer=> y = 24 

                          X

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    IXL AR8 (Inverse Variation)

     

    To find a 4th number, set up as a proportion, cross multiply and divide.

    X1 = Y2

    X1.   Y1

     

    Example: if y varies inversely as x, (12,4)(3,n)

     

    12=n

    3    4

     

    48=3n.             Divide by 3           n=16

     

     

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    Supplies needed:
     
    Graphing Calculator (supplied by teacher)
    4 Triple AAA Batteries
    Loose Leaf Paper
    3 Ring Binder
    Pencils
    IPAD
                                                                                                  
                                                                                 
     
    ONLINE SOURCES
     
     
     
     
                                                                                        Additonal Resources for SOL Review:
    http://www.interactiveassessemnt.com
                                                           http://eduaction.jlab.org/solquiz/                                                   
    IXL.com