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Friday, November 1 st Evaluate each expression A) 10 4 A) 10 4 B) 10 -3 B) 10 -3 C) 10 11 C) 10 11

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Monday, October 28th Write the following numbers in Scientific Notation: Write the following numbers in Scientific Notation: 1. 0.0000084 1. 0.0000084 2. 100,000 2. 100,000 3. 0.005 3. 0.005

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Wednesday, October 23rd Solve the following: Solve the following: A) multiply 3b 2 ×6b 5 A) multiply 3b 2 ×6b 5 B) What is the rule when you have a negative exponent. Provide an example to show me you understand the rule. B) What is the rule when you have a negative exponent. Provide an example to show me you understand the rule.

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Tuesday, October 22nd Please find the perimeter of a square that has an area of 24. Please find the perimeter of a square that has an area of 24. Please find the interest rate for the following: Please find the interest rate for the following: Principal: 1,000 Ending amount after three years 1200. Principal: 1,000 Ending amount after three years 1200.

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Thursday, October 17th A) Write 1,000,000 as a 10 raised to a power of 10. A) Write 1,000,000 as a 10 raised to a power of 10. B) If the Area of a square is 144 feet what is the perimeter of the square? B) If the Area of a square is 144 feet what is the perimeter of the square? C) Phil deposited $1000 in a savings account. How much will he have in his account in two years if his account is making a 2% interest? C) Phil deposited $1000 in a savings account. How much will he have in his account in two years if his account is making a 2% interest?

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Tuesday, October 15th Simplify each expression. Simplify each expression. A) 10b 4 c 5 × 2b -2 c A) 10b 4 c 5 × 2b -2 c B) The area of a round rug is 16 (pie) square inches. What is the diameter of the rug. B) The area of a round rug is 16 (pie) square inches. What is the diameter of the rug.

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Monday, October 14th Solve for the following: Solve for the following: A) 2 × 5 × m7 ÷ 2 × m5 A) 2 × 5 × m7 ÷ 2 × m5 B) What happens when you solve and are left with a zero exponent? B) What happens when you solve and are left with a zero exponent? C) What happens when you are left with a negative exponent? How do you make it a positive exponent? C) What happens when you are left with a negative exponent? How do you make it a positive exponent?

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Friday, October 11th Simplify the following: Simplify the following: 7 -2 × 7 0 7 -2 × 7 0 8 3 × 8 -5 8 3 × 8 -5 2m 7 × 3 × 5 × n 5 2m 7 × 3 × 5 × n 5 m 5 × n× 5 m 5 × n× 5

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Thursday, October 10th Simplify and evaluate where applicable. Simplify and evaluate where applicable. 1) 8 4 x 8 0 1) 8 4 x 8 0 2) 2.3 x 5 + 3 1 x 5 0 2) 2.3 x 5 + 3 1 x 5 0 3) (8 -3 ) 0 3) (8 -3 ) 0

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Tuesday, October 8 th 1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd hours today. 1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd hours today. Please answer question #15 on Page 46 in your Math Book for your warm- up today. Please answer question #15 on Page 46 in your Math Book for your warm- up today.

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Monday, October 7th For your Bell Work today add problem #21 on page 39. For your Bell Work today add problem #21 on page 39. Then add the following problems to your 1.4 Homework paper (page 39 #22-24) Then add the following problems to your 1.4 Homework paper (page 39 #22-24)

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Friday, October 3rd Make a line graph of the following data: Make a line graph of the following data: Monday Temperature High 72 Low 52 Monday Temperature High 72 Low 52 Tuesday Temperature High 80 Low 55 Tuesday Temperature High 80 Low 55 Wednesday Temperature High 78 Low 48 Wednesday Temperature High 78 Low 48 Thursday Temperature High 82 Low 49 Thursday Temperature High 82 Low 49 Friday Temperature High 74 Low 53 Friday Temperature High 74 Low 53

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Thursday, October 3rd What do you do when you want to find the product of two algebraic expressions with the same exponent? What do you do when you want to find the product of two algebraic expressions with the same exponent? Solve: 3 multiplied by 4 multiplied by x to the 4 th power divided by 2 multiplied by x. Solve: 3 multiplied by 4 multiplied by x to the 4 th power divided by 2 multiplied by x.

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Wednesday, October 2nd http://my.hrw.com/mif_6/mif_201 2/assets/grade8_volA/data/chap 01/sec04/5minute.pdf http://my.hrw.com/mif_6/mif_201 2/assets/grade8_volA/data/chap 01/sec04/5minute.pdf http://my.hrw.com/mif_6/mif_201 2/assets/grade8_volA/data/chap 01/sec04/5minute.pdf http://my.hrw.com/mif_6/mif_201 2/assets/grade8_volA/data/chap 01/sec04/5minute.pdf

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Tuesday, October 1st Simply the following Simply the following A) m to the second power divided by A) m to the second power divided by m B) 4 multiplied by x to the 8 th power and all divided by 2 multiplied by x to the 3 rd power. B) 4 multiplied by x to the 8 th power and all divided by 2 multiplied by x to the 3 rd power. C) What is the rule for the Product Property? C) What is the rule for the Product Property?

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Monday, September 30th Solve the following: Solve the following: 81 multiplied by x to fourth power multiplied by y to the 17 th power and all of this divided by 27 multiplied by x to the third power and y to the 12 th power. 81 multiplied by x to fourth power multiplied by y to the 17 th power and all of this divided by 27 multiplied by x to the third power and y to the 12 th power.

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Wednesday, September 25th Simply the following problems (be sure to write out the problem first and show your work) Simply the following problems (be sure to write out the problem first and show your work) 1) 7 to the tenth power divided by 7 to the third power 1) 7 to the tenth power divided by 7 to the third power 2) 35m to the seventh power multiplied by n to the fourth power and then divided by 7m to the second power and n to first power. 2) 35m to the seventh power multiplied by n to the fourth power and then divided by 7m to the second power and n to first power. 3) Explain if you can use the Quotient of Powers property for the following: x to the second power divided by y to first power? 3) Explain if you can use the Quotient of Powers property for the following: x to the second power divided by y to first power?

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Thursday, September 26th What is the rule for Quotient Powers Property? What is the rule for Quotient Powers Property? What is the rule for Product of Powers property? What is the rule for Product of Powers property? When solving Algebraic expressions do you multiply or divide first? When solving Algebraic expressions do you multiply or divide first?

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Friday, September 27th 1). Solve the following problems. A). 3x²÷3x B) Answer question 21 on page 24 in B) Answer question 21 on page 24 in your book. your book.

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Tuesday, September 24th Evaluate the following problems (Write out what the problems look like) Evaluate the following problems (Write out what the problems look like) A) 3m to the second power multiplied by 2m to the fifth power A) 3m to the second power multiplied by 2m to the fifth power B) x to the 10 th power multiplied by x to third power. B) x to the 10 th power multiplied by x to third power. C) x multiplied by x to the ninth power C) x multiplied by x to the ninth power

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Monday, September 23rd 1. Identify the base and the exponent in each expression. 1. Identify the base and the exponent in each expression. A) 5 to the third power A) 5 to the third power B) (-6) to the fourth power B) (-6) to the fourth power 2). Rewrite each expression in exponential notation. 2). Rewrite each expression in exponential notation. A) 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 A) 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 B) (-2) x (-2) x (-2) B) (-2) x (-2) x (-2)

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Math Warm-up Thursday, September 19 1. Express 100 as a multiple of 10. 2. Evaluate 10²= 3. What do you notice about 10 x 10 and 10²

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Friday, September 20th Make a bar chart of the following data. Make a bar chart of the following data. Favorite Sport Data Favorite Sport Data Basketball- 20 people Basketball- 20 people Football – 42 people Football – 42 people Skiing – 10 people Skiing – 10 people Baseball- 18 people Baseball- 18 people Other – 12 people Other – 12 people

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