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Category Archives: Math
Eighth Graders have reached the exciting part their curriculum — learning about and comparing different algebraic relationships, modeling different patterns of growth, and connecting them to real life situations. Beginning the year by reviewing Linear equations (straight lines), they have gathered the skills needed to move into examining Exponential Relationships (earning interest on a bank … Continue reading
Seventh Graders have been finishing their Pre-Algebra units this winter getting prepared to move into some real Algebra work! Working through Ratios and Proportions, Geometry, Data Analysis, and Probability, seventh graders are now prepped for Algebra for the rest of the school year — Linear Equations, Symbolic Method (Solving for X), Problem-Solving, and Graphing Equations. … Continue reading
From Daeshawn McLaughlin, a student in Mr. Weinstein’s math class: In math class we do a lot of decimals. We add them, subract them, multiply them and we also divide them. For example: .25 X .45 = 1/50 – 1.40 = 1.25 X .7 = 7.38/.3 = After vacation we will start another unit … Continue reading