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* 8th – Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities
Students need to be able to use real and rational numbers with operations before they can learn to simplify and solve expressions and equations with these number types. A firm understanding of absolute value is necessary in order for students to be able to solve absolute ? value equations. They also need to be comfortable in their ability to use exponents, powers of ten, and use the LCD of fractions in order to succeed in the skills and concepts introduced in this chapter. Students need to know how to compare rational numbers and solve one- and two- step equations, as well as multistep equations with variables on either side of the equal sign and with grouping symbols before going on to solve inequalities. They also need to be proficient at locating numbers on a number line in order to graph inequalities.

Ms. Sanon’s Homework 12/20

Posted on December 20, 2019

****8B’S HOMEWORK****
ELA: Book Report due on Jan 10th
Math: Mathletics (Students must get up to 2000 points by January 5th. The points reset every Monday. Therefore, you can get part of the points during the first week and the rest of the points during the second week. If you have any questions, please contact me via Remind, cell (516 430 7772), or email at jsanon@mcabk.org. No excuses will be accepted!)

****5TH, 6TH, 7TH, & 8A’S MATH HOMEWORK****
ALL CLASSES: Mathletics (Students must get up to 2000 points by January 5th. The points reset every Monday. Therefore, you can get part of the points during the first week and the rest of the points during the second week. If you have any questions, please contact me via Remind, cell (516 430 7772), or email at jsanon@mcabk.org. No excuses will be accepted!)

****REMINDERS****
School Closed until Jan 6th. HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!
Jan 6th: Sweatsuit $1 Dress Down

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