Review Unit 3 - Quadratics and any other units you need to practice in order to be ready for Friday's Algebra I EOC. Tomorrow (Thursday, 12/8), report to the LGI first thing in the morning when you get to school. All Algebra I students will be meeting in there before we start our morning review sessions. Look for your name outside the LGI to find out what color group you are in.
Study for your quiz tomorrow (Thursday, 12/8) on parallel and perpendicular lines. Complete classwork for homework if you didn't complete it during class. Remember to change equations from standard form to slope intercept form first. Then compare the slopes.
If the slopes of two lines are exactly the same (same number AND same sign), then the lines are parallel.
If the slopes of two lines are opposite reciprocals (flipped fraction AND opposite signs), then the lines are perpendicular.
Tuesday we learned how to calculate the mean absolute deviation (MAD), and that it is a measure of variance.
Wednesday we interpreted shapes, centers and spread of data.
Thursday we learned about 2-way frequence tables and the three types of frequencies (marginal, conditional and joint). Homework is to complete the worksheet we started in class.
Friday we will be learning about correlation and causation.
Please start reviewing for your Algebra I EOC exam which will be Friday, December 9th. To help you prepare for your EOC, I encourage everyone to take advantage of the Milestone extra credit on USA test prep. It is due December 12th.
Tuesday we learned about the distance formula. Use the distance formula to find the distance between any two points.
Wednesday was a review of calculating midpoint and distance through the "Marietta Map" Project. If you haven't turned in your project yet, please complete it for homework and turn it in tomorrow.
Thursday we learned how to turn ratios into fractions. Then we learned how to partition a line segment given a ratio. Study for your quiz tomorrow on midpoint, distance and partitioning a line segment.