# Friday, August 20  STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS  BACK TO SCHOOL SWIM-TONIGHT!!!!! Higginsville Family Aquatic Center from 6:30 to 10:00 p.m. --- \$3/person.

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Friday, August 20  STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS  BACK TO SCHOOL SWIM-TONIGHT!!!!! Higginsville Family Aquatic Center from 6:30 to 10:00 p.m. --- \$3/person  Any 8th grade student wanting to become involved with HYDRO- Higginsville Youth Directing Realistic Opportunities please turn in your information sheet to Mrs. Rhoad or to Teri Ray at the Chamber of Commerce Office. HYDRO Organization Meeting and BBQ will be on SUNDAY, Aug 22 at 5:00 at Fairground Park, RSVP to Teri at the Chamber Office or to Mrs. Rhoad.  LL Football – register by Friday, August 20th for 6th grade. Information packets in the office.  LL Football Cheerleading – register by Friday, August 20th for 6th grade. Information packets in the office.  School pictures will be Wednesday, August 25

Friday, August 20  Fill in planner –Practice 1-2  Agenda for today –Grade Practice 1-1 (10 min) –Notes (25 min) –Group Work (25 min) –Assignment (20 min)  Bell Ringers

Practice 1-1 Answers   1. 7 + x 2. 3p 3. 10 - m 4. 7 - n   5. 2q 6. m + 3 7. 8 divided by a 8. 10 less than s   9. 13 more than x 10. 2 more than the product of a and b   11. 8 - n 12. 4 + n 13. 2n 14. 3 + n 15.   16. n - 12 17. c = 24.95s 18. g = 30t 19. m = 0.10d   20. n = 48 - g 21. c = 8p 22. c = 32.95p   23–28. Choice of variables may vary.   t = number of tickets, c = total cost;   h = number of hours, d = distance;   h = number of hours, p = total pay;   c = change, a = total cost;   d = number of days, l = length;   r = miles traveled, t = miles remaining   23. c = 3.50t 24. d = 55h 25. p = 5h 26. a = 10 - c   27. l = 0.45d 28. r = 500 - t

Objective  SWBAT simplify algebraic and numerical expressions with multiple operations.

ORDER OF OPERATIONS How to do a math problem with more than one operation in the correct order.

PEMDAS  Remember the order by the phrase  Please  Excuse  My Dear  Aunt Sally

The “P” and “E”  The “P” stands for items in parenthesis  Do all items in the parenthesis first The “E” stands for Exponents Do anything that has a exponent (power) 8282

The “MD”  Represents Multiply and Divide  Do which ever one of these comes first in the problem Work these two operations from left to right

The “AS”  Represents Add and Subtract  Do which ever one of these comes first  Work left to right

1) 5 + (12 – 3) 5 + 9 5 + 9 14 14 2) 8 – 3 2 + 7 8 - 6 + 7 8 - 6 + 7 2 + 7 2 + 7 9 3) 39 ÷ (9 + 4) 39 ÷ 13 39 ÷ 13 3

To evaluate an expression means to ____________. find its value To evaluate a variable expression, you must first replace each variable with its value. y 4 = = 16 Variables and Expressions Evaluate for y = 2 and x =3 2424

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Objective SWBAT simplify algebraic and numerical expressions with multiple operations.

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