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Mr. Turner Room 624

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2” 3-Ring Binder Scientific Calculator ◦ Graphing calculator may be used, but is not required (TI83-plus is recommended) Writing Utensil Graph Paper & Loose Leaf Paper

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Be respectful Be here on time Be prepared Homework done and out, ready to be checked Maximum effort

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We do not have a textbook. ◦ Packets distributed by unit Kept in a 2” binder Students will be assigned homework out of the packets daily.

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Logic Polygons & Quadrilaterals Surface Area & Volume Triangles Proofs Transformations Locus Systems of Equations Circles Constructions

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In 5-13, solve each quadratic-linear system graphically, showing the graphs of both equations on the same axes for the interval -2 ≤ x ≤ 2. xy1y1 y2y Solve equation for y y = 6 - 2x 2 2 x + y = 2

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Daily homework counts as 10% of their grade. Quizzes – per marking period counting as 40% of their grade. Unit Tests – taken at the end of each unit counting as 50% of their grade. Their overall marking period grade is just the sum of the three percentages. Regents exam at the end of the year counts as 20% of their overall average for the year.

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PeriodClassRoom 1 st Plan624 2 nd Algebra254 3 rd Geometry624 4 th Geometry624 5 th Lunch624 6 th Geometry624 7 th Math Lab505 8 th Plan624 9 th Study Hall604 Students are welcome to come to my room any period that I do not have instruction for help – 1 st, 5 th, 7 th, 8 th, 9 th.

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The students will take a regents in June. This regents must be passed if the student wants an advanced regents diploma. The regents counts as 20% of their final overall average. Lets check out the rubrics:

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I believe in . ◦ weekly ◦ Notify of upcoming tests ◦ Notify of upcoming holidays ◦ Notify of report card distribution My ◦ My website ◦

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