Homework and Classwork
"There is no such thing as a long piece of work, except one that you dare not start." - Charles Baudelaire
Homework is one's gift of practice. If you want to get better in math and to have more fun with it, you need to
practice. Now, if you start working on your math homework why not just to do the best you can for each
problem: show all steps, explain, write down some questions, and find more than one way of solving.
Small groups homework tutorials will be schdeuled on Wednesdays.
Tips for success:
- Before you start each homework look over your class notes and textbook examples; also watch the Khan video related to the topic learned in class.
- Homework is assigned for the whole week every Monday for cohort A and collected Thursday, or on Tuesday for cohort B and collected on Friday.
- The exit tickets are due the following day before the period starts.
Periods 1, 2, 3, 4 Homework
Properties of exponents : Study guides 7.1, 7.2 and 7.3Evaluate Radical Expressions: Study Guide 4.4Simplify Radical Expressions : Study Guide 4.5Classifying Real Numbers (Rational and Irrational): Study Guide 4.6Exponents: Study Guides 4.1-4.3Equations and Proportions: Study Guide 5.3-5.5Simplify algebraic expressions: Study Guide 5.2Writing algebraic expressions: Study Guide 5.1