# Bell Ringer 10-07-03 Bob saved CDs. He began his collection with 5 CDs his older brother gave him. Each week he bought another CD as shown by the table.

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Bell Ringer 10-07-03 Bob saved CDs. He began his collection with 5 CDs his older brother gave him. Each week he bought another CD as shown by the table below. weekNumber of CDs 00 + 55 11 + 56 22 + 57 33 + 58 44 + 59 wn Which of the following equations describes the number of CDs, n, he had after w weeks? A. n = 5w + 5 B. n = 5w + 1 C. n = 5w D. n= w + 5

Exit Card 10-07-03 4x -3 x + 7 x -1 Which of the expressions below represents the perimeter of the triangle? A. 6x - 11 B. 6x + 11 C. 6x + 3 D. 3x -3

Bell Ringer 10-09-03 Geometry: Write the converse of this sentence: “If Gary is home by curfew, then his parents are pleased.” Algebra II: Three times a number increased by 4 is 37. What is the number?

Exit Card 10-09-03 Which of the following is equivalent to 8( x + 4) + 2y? A.( 2y + 4) + 8x B.8x + 4 + 2y C.2y + 12 + 8x D. 8x + 32 + 2y

Bell Ringer 10-14-03 3x + 7 4 Which of the expressions below represents the area of the above figure? A. 10x + 4 B. 3x + 28 C. 12x + 28 D. 12x + 7

Exit Card 10-14-03 Geometry: What is the conclusion of the syllogism? “If it has three sides and a right angle, then it is a right triangle. If it is a right triangle, then it has a side called a hypotenuse.” Algebra II: Solve the system of equations: 2x + 3y = 8 4x – 3y = -2

Bell Ringer 10-16-03 Which equation is not equivalent to 2(6 x - 7) = 22? A.12 x - 14 = 22 B.2(6x) = 22 + 7 C.x = 3 D. 6x - 7 =

Exit Card 10-16-03 Julio borrowed \$1000 and is paying it back at \$40 per week. What is a reasonable domain for the number of weeks,w, that it took Julio to pay back the total loan? A. 0  w  25 B. 0  w  40 C. 0  w  24.5 D. -25  w  25

Bell Ringer 10-20-03 Geometry: In your own words, define the five parts of a two-column proof. Algebra II: Solve the given system using any method: 3x – 4y = 24 x + y = 15

Exit Card 10-20-03 What is the solution to the equation? 25 -3y = 4 A.y = -7 B. y = 7 C. y = D. y =

Bell Ringer 10-22-03 What expressions describes the following pattern? xy 25(2)-19 35(3)-114 45(4)-119 55(5)-124 A.y =9x + 1 B.y= 9x -1 C.y=5x -1 D.y=5x +9

Exit Card 10-22-03 The sides of a triangle have lengths of 2x-1, x + 3, 3x-4. Which of the following describes the perimeter, P, of the triangle? A.P = 5x-8 B.P = 6x + 9 C.P= 6x 3 – 12 D. P= 6x - 2

Bell Ringer 10-24-03 Progress Reports are coming soon. Using complete sentences, write a persuasive paragraph either to advocate progress reports or to abolish progress reports.

Exit Card 10-24-03 For which of the points on the graph is < x < A.Point A B.Point B C.Point C D.Point D

Bell Ringer 10-28-03 Write a five sentence paragraph stating what you have learned so far this semester in your Geometry or Algebra II class.

Exit Card 10-28-03 Write a plan for what you will do during the next three weeks to make certain that you have the highest grade possible in Geometry or Algebra II.

Bell Ringer 10-30-03 Rectangle R’S’T’V’ is a dilation of rectangle RSTV. What is the scale factor of the dilation?

Exit Card 10-30-03 Tomorrow is Halloween. Write a math problem that involves Halloween and solve it. The problem you write may be as simple or as complicated as you wish.

Bell Ringer 11-03-03 Bob wanted to locate a point R so that triangle PQR would be similar to triangle KLM. Which coordinate pair should he choose for point R? A. (2,7) B. (6,3) C. (7,0) D. (7,2)

Exit Card 11-03-03 Find the value of x and the measure of each of the angles in this triangle.

Bell Ringer 11-05-03 Which equation could be used to describe the data in the table below? X12467 Y3591315 F. y = 3x + 1 G. y = 2x + 1 H. y = x + 3 J. y = x + 2

Exit Card 11-05-03 Solve 3(x+1) = 5x + 2

Bell Ringer 11-07-03 Geometry: Write a word problem that involves triangles. Algebra II: Write a word problem that involves systems of equations.

Exit Card 11-07-03 68 degrees Find the measures of angles 1, 2, and 3. 3 2 1

Bell Ringer 11-11-03 Re-evaluate the plan you wrote on your Exit Card for 10-28-03. Have you followed this plan? Do any adjustments need to be made before the end of the second six weeks? If so, list the adjustments.

Exit Card 11-11-03 Mike's Candy Store charges \$5.50 a pound for gummy bears. Shipping charge is \$2.00 per order. Which of the following equations could be used to find the cost, c, of x pounds of gummy bears? A.c = 5.5 x + 2 B. c = 2x + 5.5 C. c = 5x + 2 D. c = 7.50 x + 2

Bell Ringer 11-13-03 Make sure you have completed all your Bell Ringers and Exit Cards for this six weeks. Show Mrs. Hylemon your completed Bell Ringers and Exit Cards during class today.

Exit Card 11-13-03 Drop a copy of your BR & EC into Mrs. Hylemon’s shared folder before you leave class today. BR & EC will count as two daily assignment grades for the six weeks.

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