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Bell Ringer MONDAY 1)2.39 – 0.806 2) 1/3 + 2/3

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Bell Ringer MONDAY $1.584 3/3 = 1 1)2.39 – 0.806 2) 1/3 + 2/3

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Answer each question using the Read, Think, Solve, Justify format OR highlight the question and facts and write the justification. Remember to circle each answer choice!! WEEK 1 QUIZ (covers material learned during Week 1)

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Weekly Assignment & POTW Each problem must have: Clear work Correct Answer Format: Worked down the page Completed on appropriate paper Legible Answer boxed with label (if any) and HIGHLIGHTED! DUE: Friday Turn in Monday: 15 points off, sign form Don’t Turn in Monday: 15 points off, sign form & Go to Assignment Recovery!

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Quiz MONDAY Maria is saving to buy a new bicycle. The bicycle will cost her $250. If she uses her mother’s Frequent Buyer Card, she will receive a 10% discount which will be $25 off the regular price. She currently has saved $167.93. Does Maria have enough money saved up to buy the bicycle? Why or why not?

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Does she have enough money saved? Bicycle cost $250 Gets 10% off ($25) Has $167.93 The bicycle will cost her $250. I subtracted $25 (10%) from the original cost, so it would cost her $225 to buy the bicycle. She already has $167.93, so I subtracted that from the cost of the bike ($225 – 167.93) and that leaves $57.07 that she still needs to be able to buy the bike. No, Maria does not have enough money to buy the bike, she will still need $57.07 more. $250.00 – $25.00 = $225.00 $225.00 – $167.93 =$57.07

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Speed Test 1. Get a speed test, marker, and eraser. 2. Make sure your marker works! 3.You have 1 minute to complete as many problems as you can. 4. Graph your results. Keep the graph in your notebook. 5. We will do this every day.

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Bell Ringer TUESDAY 1)120 x 27 2) ½ + ¼

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Bell Ringer 9-1-09 TUESDAY 3240 ¾ 1)120 x 27 2) ½ + ¼

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Quiz TUESDAY The ice cream truck comes to the beach. Mrs. Davis gives her daughter $5. She gets a Choco Taco for $1.25, a Rocket for $.95, and 2 Creamcicles for $.85 each. How much change should she get back?

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How much change will she get back? Daughter has $5 1 choco taco $1.25 1 rocket $.95 2 creamcicles.85 each I added $1.25, $.95, $.85, and $.85 together to get the total cost of all the ice cream which is $3.90. She has $5 so I subtracted how much the ice cream cost from the $5. ($5.00 - $3.90) which is $1.10. She will get back $1.10 in change. 1.25 +.95 +.85 +.85 =$3.90 $5.00 - $3.90 = $1.10

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Speed Test 1. Get a speed test, marker, and eraser. 2. Make sure your marker works! 3.You have 1 minute to complete as many problems as you can. 4. Graph your results. Keep the graph in your notebook. 5. We will do this every day.

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Bell Ringer WEDNESDAY 1)591 x 26 2) 2 ½ - 1 ½ *convert to improper fractions BEFORE solving!

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Bell Ringer WEDNESDAY 15366 1 1)591 x 26 2) 2 ½ - 1 ½

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Quiz WEDNESDAY Most of the state names in the United States end in a vowel. Of the 50 states, of the state names end in either an a or an e and end in either an i or an o. If none of the state names end in a u, what is the fraction of state names that end in a vowel?

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Most of the state names in the United States end in a vowel. Of the 50 states,1/2 of the state names end in either an a or an e and 3/25 end in either an i or an o. If none of the state names end in a u, what is the fraction of state names that end in a vowel? What fraction part of the state names end in a vowel? 50 states ½ end in a or e 3/25 end in i or o None end in u Justification must explain what was done in the “solve” box, and must be in complete sentences! How do we solve this problem?

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Speed Test 1. Get a speed test, marker, and eraser. 2. Make sure your marker works! 3.You have 1 minute to complete as many problems as you can. 4. Graph your results. Keep the graph in your notebook. 5. We will do this every day.

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Bell Ringer THURSDAY 1)Write the prime factorization of 48 using a factor tree. 2)Write the prime factorization of 36 using a factor tree.

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Bell Ringer THURSDAY 48 2 x 24 4 x 6 2 x 2 2 x 3 48 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 36 2 x 18 3 x 6 2 x 3 36 = 2 x 2 x 3 x 3

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Quiz THURSDAY By 11 a.m. on Friday, 72% of Mrs. Lee’s 7 th graders had turned in their POTW’s. What fractional part of the students had NOT yet turned in their POTW’s?

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What fraction part of her students had not turned in their assignment? 72% turned in Fractional part NOT turned in I subtracted the 72% of the students that turned in their assignment from 100%. That left 28% that did not turn it in. 28% is equal to 28/100, and when reduced by dividing by 4, it equals 7/25. 7/25 of her students had not turned in their assignment. 72% turned in 100% - 72% 28% NOT turned in

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Speed Test 1. Get a speed test, marker, and eraser. 2. Make sure your marker works! 3.You have 1 minute to complete as many problems as you can. 4. Graph your results. Keep the graph in your notebook. 5. We will do this every day.

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Bell Ringer FRIDAY Write each decimal as a fraction in lowest terms. 1. 0.63 2. 4.3 3. 0.8 4. 0.38

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Bell Ringer FRIDAY Write each decimal as a fraction in lowest terms. 1. 0.63 3. 0.8 2. 4.3 4. 0.38

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Quiz FRIDAY of the people who came to the reception ate at least 2 chocolate chip cookies. What percent of the people ate at least 2 chocolate chip cookies?

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9/10 of the people who came to the reception ate at least 2 chocolate chip cookies. What percent of the people ate at least 2 chocolate chip cookies? 9/10 is equal to what percentage? 9/10 ate chocolate chip What percent ate chocolate chip I set up a proportion to find the equivalence. The scale factor from 10 to 100 is 10, so I multiplied 9 times 10 to get 90/100. Since 90 is over 100, that is your percentage. 9/10 is equal to 90%. 90% of the people ate 2 or more chocolate chip cookies. Multiply by a scale factor of 10

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Speed Test 1. Get a speed test, marker, and eraser. 2. Make sure your marker works! 3.You have 1 minute to complete as many problems as you can. 4. Graph your results. Keep the graph in your notebook. 5. We will do this every day.

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