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Jan. 23, Thursday Day “F” Jan. 23, Thursday Day “F”

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Jan. 23, Thursday Day “F” Jan. 23, Thursday Day “F” As responsible members of Randolph Community Middle School, we pledge to honor the values we hold most important: Respect for ourselves and others Opportunities for all Community commitment Knowledge as power By building our school upon this rock, we will lay the foundation for our success.

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Jan. 23, Day “F” ACTIVATOR Jan. 23, Day “F” ACTIVATOR (1) Take out H.W. (2) Just solve in notebook: Chris answered 80% of the questions on a quiz correctly. If he answered 40 questions correctly, what was the total number of questions on Chris’ quiz?

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Jan. 23, Day “F” ACTIVATOR Jan. 23, Day “F” ACTIVATOR Chris answered 80% of the questions on a quiz correctly. If he answered 40 questions correctly, what was the total number of questions on Chris’ quiz? 80 100 X 40

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Jan. 23, Day “F” ACTIVATOR Jan. 23, Day “F” ACTIVATOR Chris answered 80% of the questions on a quiz correctly. If he answered 40 questions correctly, what was the total number of questions on Chris’ quiz? 80 100 X 40 X = 50 questions ÷ 2

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Jan. 23, Thursday Objective(s) Jan. 23, Thursday Objective(s) Students will be able to: understand that inequalities have more than one solution using a number line (6.EE.5)

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“at least” means greater than or equal to

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T.T.L. Solve in agenda: Graph the solutions to this inequality on a number line: k ≤ 3

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