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**September 2012 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 3**

4 Variables and Patterns 5 Variables and Patterns 6 Variables and Patterns 7 Variables and Patterns HOLIDAY - Labor Day 10 Variables and Patterns 11 Variables and Patterns 12 Variables and Patterns 13 Variables and Patterns 14 Variables and Patterns 17 Variables and Patterns 18 Variables and Patterns 19 Variables and Patterns 20 Variables and Patterns 21 Variables and Patterns 24 Shrinking and Stretching Pre Test Intro to Unit 25 Shrinking and Stretching 1.1 HMWK Variables and Patterns Investigation 1 Pg. 16 #1, 12-14 26 Shrinking and Stretching 1.2 activity 1.3 Pg. 16 #2, 5, 16 27 Shrinking and Stretching 2.1 Pg. 17 # 28 Shrinking and Stretching 2.2

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**Shrinking and Stretching Test**

October 2012 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 1 Shrinking and Stretching 2.3 HMWK Variables and Patterns Investigation 2 Pg. 35 #1and pg 36 #3 2 Shrinking and Stretching 3.3 Pg. 37 #4 3 Shrinking and Stretching 4.1 Pg. 38 #6 pg 41#12 4 Shrinking and Stretching 4.1 and 4.2 Pg. 40 #10-11 5 Shrinking and Stretching Mid Chapter 8 Shrinking and Stretching 43 Investigation 3 pg. 56 #2-7 9 Shrinking and Stretching 5.1 pg 57 #9-16 10 Shrinking and Stretching Project Investigation 4 pg72-p73 # 2-4 11 Shrinking and Stretching pg74 #7-10 12 Shrinking and Stretching 15 Shrinking and Stretching 16 Shrinking and Stretching 17 Shrinking and Stretching 18 Shrinking and Stretching 19 Shrinking and Stretching 22 Comparing and Scaling 23 Comparing and Scaling 24 Comparing and Scaling 25 Comparing and Scaling 26 Comparing and Scaling Shrinking and Stretching Test 29 30 Comparing and Scaling 31 Comparing and Scaling WORKDAY

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Warm-Up #1 Look at the set of points. (1,5) (2,6) (3,7) (4,__) 1a. What number would go in the blank? Plot the points. 1b. What are some other points that would fit the pattern? Plot them. (___,____) (____,____) (_____,_____) 1c. Are they on a line? 1d. What is the relationship between each pair of numbers?

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**Stretching and Shrinking Pretest**

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**Stretching and Shrinking Introduction**

What does the word similar mean to you? Draw a picture of similar figures Similar means Summary: What can be the same and what can be different about two similar figures?

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**Warm-Up #2 (______,______) (3,9) (5,13) (7,17) (9,21)**

Look at the set of points. (3,9) (5,13) (7,17) (9,21) 1a. What number would go in the blank? Plot the points. 1b. What are some other points that would fit the pattern? Plot them. (___,____) (____,____) (_____,_____) Are they on a line? What is the relationship between each pair of numbers?

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**Stretching and Shrinking Reducing and Enlarging Shapes **

Investigation 1.1 15in. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ (use other side of paper if needed.)

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**Independent Work and Mathmatical Reflection**

Using the picture……How tall would the person in the picture be if the magazine was 15in. in reality and .5 in. on the picture? Show your work!!

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**Warm-Up #3 (______,______) (1,5) (2,6) (3,7) (4,__)**

Look at the set of points. (1,5) (2,6) (3,7) (4,__) 1a. What number would go in the blank? Plot the points. 1b. What are some other points that would fit the pattern? Plot them. (___,____) (____,____) (____,_____) 1c. Are they on a line? 1d. What is the relationship between each pair of numbers?

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**Investigation 1.3 Scaling Up---Scaling Down**

Vocabulary Word Corresponding Sides Corresponding Angles Definition: Example or Picture

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**Warm-Up #4 (______,______) (1,5) (2,6) (3,7) (4,__)**

Look at the set of points. (1,5) (2,6) (3,7) (4,__) 1a. What number would go in the blank? Plot the points. 1b. What are some other points that would fit the pattern? Plot them. (___,____) (____,____) (____,_____) 1c. Are they on a line? 1d. What is the relationship between each pair of numbers?

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**2.1 Making Similar Figures**

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Given the information in the table predict what will be the difference between the wump family members? _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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**Warm-Up #5 (______,______) (1,5) (2,6) (3,7) (4,__)**

Look at the set of points. (1,5) (2,6) (3,7) (4,__) 1a. What number would go in the blank? Plot the points. 1b. What are some other points that would fit the pattern? Plot them. (___,____) (____,____) (____,_____) 1c. Are they on a line? 1d. What is the relationship between each pair of numbers?

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**2.1 Con’t…..Graph the Wumps… **

Attach the graph to the other side of this page ____________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ __

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**Changing a Figures Size and Location**

2.2 Hats off to the Wumps Changing a Figures Size and Location What happens when you add or subtract from a point on a graph versus what happens when you multiply by a number? ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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**Functions can be represented in various forms.**

Warm-Up #6 Functions can be represented in various forms. Function Tables Ordered Pairs Graphs X is the input y = 3x – 1 Y is the output 1 2 3 Ordered Pairs ( , )

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**2.3 Mouthing off and Nosing around**

NOTES EXAMPLE

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**Functions can be represented in various forms.**

Warm-Up #8 Functions can be represented in various forms. Function Tables Ordered Pairs Graphs X y = 2x +10 Y 2 4 6 Ordered Pairs ( , )

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**3.3 Scale Factor and Similar Figures**

Summary When figures are similar, how are the lengths, areas, and scale factor related?

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**Functions can be represented in various forms.**

Warm-Up #9 Functions can be represented in various forms. Function Tables Ordered Pairs Graphs X y = 5x + 5 Y 2 3 7 Ordered Pairs ( , )

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**4.1 Ratios within similar parallelograms**

Vocabulary Ratios Equivalent Ratios Three ways a ratio can be written are….. Examples

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**Functions can be represented in various forms.**

Warm-Up #10 Functions can be represented in various forms. Function Tables Ordered Pairs Graphs X y = 10x + 10 Y 5 8 10 Ordered Pairs ( , )

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**4.2 Ratios within Similar Triangles**

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**Warm-Up #11 The graph has recorded trends from one day’s energy usage.**

The graph has recorded trends from one day’s energy usage. What is the largest source of residential energy cost according to the pie chart? _____________ The graph represents residential energy source for one day. Which source is represented in the graph and why? _______________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________

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4.3 Finding Missing Parts When you know two figures are similar, name two ways you can find the missing parts? Example

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**Warm-Up #12 The graph has recorded trends from weeks water usage.**

The graph has recorded trends from weeks water usage. Which is the largest source of water usage according to the pie chart? _____________ What can you do to conserve water?_______________________ __________________________________________________________________ The graph represents one source of residential water usage for a week. What story could this tell? Explain. _________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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**5.1 Using Shadows to find Height**

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