# Integer Warm Up: Monday! Write out the alphabet assigning integer values to each letter with A = -13, B= -12, C= -11… Note there is not zero, skip zero.

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Integer Warm Up: Monday! Write out the alphabet assigning integer values to each letter with A = -13, B= -12, C= -11… Note there is not zero, skip zero and go to one when you get to the letter N. N should be positive one! Now tell me what the following would be worth if adding: Your name Your Special Someone’s name ( if it is positive, it is a love match!) The month you were born A word with the smallest value posible A word with the largest value possible

Warm Up- Tuesday- Friday 10 Tiles on Doc Camera SOL One A Day!

Math Goals This Week! Warm Up Alphabet-Monday, 10 Tiles Tuesday-Friday Lesson: Properties Activity: Pictorial Properties, Sorts, Create Properties Cubes, Test Friday Review Slides: Fraction, decimal, percent… Homework: Worksheet or sort Monday through Thursday, Test on Properties Friday

+ =+ Numbers change places Look at the order on the left versus the order on the right side of the equal sign. Works only with ADDING and MULTIPLICATION!!!

( x ) x = ( x ) x The numbers that are grouped together changed. Look inside the ( ). There are different friends paired together on the left side versus the right side. Be careful who you “associate” with!!! Works only with ADITION and MULTIPLICATION!!

( + ) =+xx How many do you have on the left versus the right? The number outside the parenthesis is distributed to each of the numbers inside. “Distribute” means to hand-out. You have two operations happening in the same problem!!!

X 1= + 0 = What can you multiply or add to a number and not change the number? Any number times 1 equals the number. Any number plus 0 equals the number. Your “Identity” is who you are…. Do not let that change!!!!

+ = 0 x =1=1 What can you add to a number and get 0? What can you multiply a number by and get 1? Any number plus it’s opposite equals zero. Any number times its reciprocal equals one. Multiplicative Inverse and Reciprocal are the same…FLIP!!!

What is on the quiz? Proportion Word Problems Fraction to Decimal to Percent Properties Review Questions

Six Our science experiment yielded 37 red blood cells out of 60 blood cells. How many red blood cells would be expected in a sample of the same blood that has 925 blood cells?

Seven: A factory can produce 247 monitors during 5 working days. How many working days will it take to make 1000 monitors?

Change the following fractions to percents! 3/18 1/45 56/890 4/15

Change the Percents to Decimals! Percent Means Per Hundred! 86% 20% 43% 4%

Give an Example of Each Property! Associative Commutative Distributive Identity Multiply Identity Addition Inverse Addition Inverse Multiply

TASK! FRACTION, DECIMAL, PERCENT MATCH AND GLUE

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