Math 8A Assignments
- Watch the video on Rotational symmetry (take notes)
- Complete the hands on activity and questions 1-8 p. 473-474 of your textbook.
- Complete problems 1-3 p. 479
HW: Rigid Transformation Emoji
Complete the rotation emoji.
Complete the dilation emoji
Finish your translation emoji.
Follow the directions to reflect the emoji. (Only do the reflection emoji) Use the notes for reflections pdf to help you with the lines of reflection for your emoji (in teams). Add these notes to your notebook page on reflections.
April 12th lesson
Properties of Similar Polygons and indirect measurement:
Use equivalent ratios and cross multiplying to solve for the missing side. Make sure you match up the similar sides. The video shows a neat trick on how to figure out the similar side. I will check your 3 pages (including HW) plus your notes on Tuesday in class. If you would prefer to submit your work in teams, that works as well. This assignment is worth 8 points. 2 points for each step below.
- Watch the video on how to solve for a missing measure, and take notes. (the video link is in teams)
- Complete Exercise 2 on the front of the worksheet Properties of similar polygons, and problems 5-8 on the back.
- Complete Exercises 1-3 on the front of the worksheet Similar triangles and indirect measurement and problems 1-6 on the back.
- HW- Properties of similar polygons and Similar Triangles and Indirect Measurement worksheet.
Have a wonderful Easter and Spring Break!
Math Test Wednesday
Study for Wednesday's math test. It will cover:
- Angle measures: lines, triangles, polygons
- Pythagorean's theorem
Complete the worksheet on furniture construction.
Complete the tables and graph on p. 7 of the Angle book.
Pythagorean, Distance and Angles
- Finish problems 1-10 of the Pythagorean Theorem and Distance worksheet.
- Complete problems 1-8 of the Angle relationships worksheet.
Could you be a mathematician?
Finish the packet from class: Could you be a mathematician?
Angles, triangles, polygons and review
Complete both worksheets:
- Angles and triangles/polygons and angles
- Are you ready?
March 19th classwork
- Watch the video
- Answer all questions on the Skill Practice worksheet
- Answer all questions on the Introduction worksheet
- Answer all questions on the Extra Practice worksheet
Angles and lines
- Complete p. 4 of the All About Angles book.
- Complete the homework worksheet problems 1-22
- Look at all angle definitions on the attached pdf.
- Fill in definitions for all angles in your notes. Make sure you have illustrations of each type. You may use the angle reference sheet for your illustrations.
- Fill in missing vocabulary words on the Angle Relationship worksheet (top half of page).
Qualitative graphs and Angle vocabulary
- Complete the worksheet on qualitative graphs
- Define vocabulary terms on p. 1 of the All About Angles book
Water park part 2 revisions
Please resubmit your water park by Monday March 15th.
- Watch the video on how to graph quadratic functions.
- Do got it # a-b on p. 336 (complete a function table using -2, -1, 0, 1, 2 for the x coordinates)
- Do problems # 2-3 on p. 338, #1-4 on p. 339 (complete a function table for each) #6-11 on p. 340 (you may graph if you wish)
- Complete the HW worksheet on Quadratic functions
Systems of Equations story problems
Complete problems 7-11 and 21-23 on the systems of equations worksheet.
Water park project part 2
Part 2 of the water park project is due March 1st. Make sure your park looks nice and is in color. You should be spending at least 30+ minutes each night on the project.
Water park tasks 5 & 6
Complete tasks 5 & 6 for your water park.
Systems of Equations
- Complete problems #12- 20 of the homework packet on solving systems of equations algebraically. Spend some time working on your water park. Remember it is due Monday.
Work on your water park project
Spend 30+ minutes Wednesday working on your water park project.
Work on your water park project
- Part 2 of your water park is due on Monday, spend 30+ minutes tonight working on it.
Solve systems of equations by graphing
Complete problems #1-6 of the homework packet on solving systems of equations.
Remember, part 2 of your water park is due on Monday, you may want to spend some time each night working on it.
Water park part 1 revisions
Resubmissions for part 1 of the water park project are due Monday February 22nd. Please fix anything that you missed on part 1. See teams or the rubric for specific comments.
Proportions and scale
Complete the packet on proportions and scale.
Complete the worksheet on functions. Remember to show your work.
Complete the worksheet on comparing functions.
Find the distance between two points and solve the riddle.
Waterpark project part 1
Part 1 of your waterpark project is due Monday, February 8th. Remember you will be graded on accuracy and neatness.
Solve for the midpoints and answer the riddle. See teams for the worksheet.
Complete the worksheet on linear functions.
January notebook checks
January notebook checks are due on Monday February 1st. Please upload photos to teams of all your notes from January, or turn in at the end of class on Monday.
Spend 20 minutes working on your drawing of your waterpark project. Remember that you will be graded on neatness.
Solve for intercepts
Complete problems #21-30 on the slope-intercept form worksheet.
Writing equations in slope-intercept form
Complete worksheet problems #1-10, 17, & 18.
Equations in y=mx form
Complete problems 10-12 of the Skill Practice worksheet, then do problems 19-22 of the homework. Pay close attention to what variables they are giving you.
Complete problems #15-18 of the Constant Rate of Change/Slope worksheet
Constant rate of Change / Slope
Complete problems #1-14 on the worksheet Constant rate of change / slope (teams). You may use a calculator. Remember to show your work.
Find and label two points on each line. Draw in your slope triangles. Calculate your slope, remember to reduce your fraction. Remember slope is rise/run. Upload your work in teams.
Type of slope
Label the 8 graphs as having positive, negative, zero or no slope.
December notebook check
Turn in or upload your notebook. See teams for a list of items that should be included in your notebook.
January 4th classwork and homework: Slope and distance
January 4th classwork and homework: Slope and distance
Find the next new page in your notebook. Complete the following. (1 point per task/page)
- Write or glue in the common core standard 8.EE.5 p.70 of the packet. Make sure you have the title, standard, and explaination.
- Write or glue in the I can statement, p. 76 of the packet.
- Write or glue in the common core standard 8.EE.6 p.79 of the packet. Make sure you have the title, standard, and explaination.
- Write or glue in the I can statement, p. 85 of the packet.
- Write or glue in y=mx+b table (most recent packet, see photo in teams)
- Watch the Math Antics video. Take notes on Slope and Distance
- Answer the questions on the worksheets in teams (4).
- Upload your work or turn it in tomorrow in person.
Waterpark research and drawing
Spend 30 minutes working on your waterpark. Research theme parks and waterparks. Draw your x and y axes prior to anything else. Use a ruler. Place a point where your lines will begin for each attraction.
Functions and graphing
Linear Equation Quiz
Complete the quiz online. You can upload your work or turn it in in-person. You may use your notes, textbook, and calculators. Remember, you will receive 1 point for each step.
Complete the worksheet from teams. Make sure you are showing all your steps. Check your answers using substitution. You may use a calculator.
Complete the worksheet, Linear Equations. Show all steps as modeled in class.
Multi-step equations involving the distributive property
Textbook p. 156 # 1-3, p. 157 # 1-9
Check your bingo answers
Check your bingo answers using substitution. Attached in teams are the problems from today.
Solving equations with variables on both sides
Complete the worksheet Solving equations with variables on both sides. Make sure you show your work for each step. Check your homework from last night if you did not have it in class. Answers are in teams.
November notebook check
You can upload your notebook in teams or turn it in in class. Make sure you have all the required pages.
November 30th classwork
Lesson for November 30th- Distributive property review (attachments are in teams):
- Watch the video on the distributive property
- Take notes while you watch
- Use your notes and the video to help you answer the problems on the attached worksheets.
- Upload your work in teams.
Make sure you have the information and examples in your notes for 2-step equations. Complete problems 1-15 from the worksheet.
writing multi-step equations for word problems
Make sure your expressions chart is in your notebook. If you were unable to complete it in class, it is attached in teams. For homework, write the equations to solve the word problem cards. You do not need to solve them, just write the equations. #1, 2, 5, 16, 17 & 26 are bonus problems.
Do p. 115 #1-9.
comparing real numbers
Finish your real number quiz and upload your work in teams. You may use your notes, but no calculators. Have a great 3-day weekend!
Finish your in class work, p. 22 big packet; do textbook p. 85 (#1-9, 11-13)
Square and cube roots
Complete and upload the worksheet on square and cube roots.
Square roots: p. 75 #1-9
Factors and roots
Define and give an example of perfect square and perfect cube on your vocab cards. You may use p.71-73 of your textbook to help. Finish your factor tree page. Upload your work here.
Scientific Notation Escape Room
Scientific Notation Escape Room: once you have escaped, post in teams the escape code
October Notebook check
Back in person materials needed
If you will be coming back in person this week, please make sure you have:
- your math packets (combine all loose papers and packets into one large envelope)
- math textbook(s)
- glue sticks (at least 2)
- red pen
- math notebook (spiral bound)
- white board
- dry erase markers (2)
- dry eraser
- charged computer
Compute with scientific notation
Complete the HW worksheet Compute with scientific notation. Pay careful attention to the operations and which way you move the decimal. Come to class with your thinking caps on tomorrow, we will be escaping a virtual room using our knowledge of scientific notation.
Multiplying and Dividing in Scientific Notation
Complete p. 68 from your notebooks Multiplying and dividing numbers expressed in scientific notation.
Follow the step by step directions to complete the activities in teams for the day. Anything that you are unable to finish during the class period, finish for homework. Remember to upload photos of all work completed, in teams.
Converting Scientific Notation to Standard form
Converting Scientific Notation to Standard form:
- Finish negative exponents page if you did not in class
- Complete To the power of 10 worksheet and glue it in your notebook
- Complete Lots of zeros worksheet and glue it in your notebook
- Upload photos of your work
Intro to Scientific Notation
Intro to Scientific Notation:
- Cut and glue all 9 scientific notation strips into your notebook.
- Solve the problems that are greater than one (do not do the decimal problems).
- Answer the question on the note page Rules for Scientific Notation "How do you write a number in scientific notation?"
- Upload pictures of your completed note pages
Please complete the monomial quiz by tomorrow morning.
Please complete the review worksheet on monomials. Mark any problems that you were confused about, so we can go over them on Monday.
Properties of Exponents
Complete the Properties of Exponents worksheet. Show your work on a separate piece of paper. Upload to teams when complete.
Laws of exponents
Friday's Lesson (will be posted in teams at 10am):
Good morning! All your materials are in teams. Use the reference chart to take notes and answer the exercise worksheet while watching the video. You will need to look at the 2 documents in teams before beginning the video. If you print and take notes on the reference chart, please glue the page into your notebook. Finish any problems on the orange and purple pages.
Dividing Monomials: Cut, mix up, solve and glue the domino monomials into your notebook. Upload a photo in teams.
Multiplying Monomials: Solve all the multiplication problems on the Orange and Purple monomial foldables. Remember to expand out all the factors before combining like terms. Skip any problems with negative exponents.
Powers and Exponents worksheet
Complete the worksheet. Remember when it says to evaluate, expand out the power, then solve.
Fraction, decimal and percent quiz
Please finish your quiz by Monday morning if you were unable to complete it in class. You may use your note, but NO Calculators.
Repeating decimals scavenger hunt
Cut and shuffle cards, Pick one card at random. Glue it into your notebook. Convert the decimal to a fraction in simplest form. Find the matching answer card. Glue that card into your notebook and convert the decimal to a fraction. Continue until all cards are used. Your last decimal should match the fraction from your first card. Upload photos in teams.
September Notebook Check
Upload all pages in team. The list of required pages is listed in teams. You will receive 1 point for every completed page.
Repeating decimals to fractions
Glue in pages to your notebook: Convert the decimals to fractions, and Repeating decimals to fractions graphic organizers. Solve problems 1-6 and upload to teams.
Cut and match the puzzle pieces. Glue matching groups of 4 into your notebook. Fill out the match it worksheet and glue it into your notebook. Upload a photo of your notebook pages in teams.
Rational and Irrational Number Quiz
You may use a calculator and notes for this quiz.
Complex number sort.
After you finish sorting your rational and irrational numbers into their envelopes, complete the complex number sort. Please use your note to help you! Upload the complex number sort into teams when finished.
Rational vs Irrational numbers
Complete the worksheet on Rational and Irrational Numbers. Upload a photo in teams.
Rational Number Venn Diagram
Complete the Venn Diagram and post to teams.
Escape room- room 4
Solve and submit in teams Escape room 4.
Escape room- Room 3
Escape Room- Room 1, Task 1
Complete as much as you can by Thursday.