Sixth Grade Math— Students will work with proportions this week. They will test proportionality, solve percent of number problems and percent problems using proportions. The key is understanding and setting up the problems. Students will be allowed a calculator for the computation.
Seventh Grade Math— Seventh grade will continue working on equations. Students have been exposed to many types of equations. Choosing each step in the process, in the correct order, to solve the equation is important. Students sometimes struggle with identifying details in the equation that help determine the steps in the process. The only way to master solving equations is through repetition and practice.
Eighth Grade Math— Eighth graders will be working with functions tables, writing equations and graphing in math over the next week. Students will find patterns in numbers and graph lines using coordinates in the function tables. They will work their way through chapter two practicing the standards they are to master using graphs and functions.
Algebra-- Students will continue working with radicals this week and trigonometric ratios for right tringles. Students will practice simplifying radicals and solving right triangles. Once those concepts are completed students will begin to review for their chapter 10 test.