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```Algebra 1
Cook
Know the definitions and
properties of exponents
and roots and apply
them in algebraic
expressions
Tuesday 3/1
PLAN Testing
Monday 2/28
Objective
Lesson
Solving Using Square Roots Day 1
Notes: p. 80-82
HW: p. 83-84
Wednesday 3/2
MME
Know the definitions and
properties of exponents
and roots and apply
them in algebraic
expressions
Thursday 3/3
MME
PLAN Testing
Know the definitions and
properties of exponents
and roots and apply
them in algebraic
expressions
Solving Using Square Roots Day 2
Notes: p. 85-86
HW: p. 87-89
(MME- ½ Day)
Solving Using Square Roots Day 2
Notes: p. 85-86
HW: p. 87-89
(MME- ½ Day)
Friday 3/4
**FRIDAY QUIZ!!!**
Know that the complex
number i is one of two
solutions to x^2 = -1.
To assess concepts and
skills learned this week.
Imaginary Numbers
Notes: p. 90-92
HW: p. 93-94
WorkKeys-Applied Math: Level 3 , Lesson 4
Algebra 1
Cook
Solve linear and
inequalities. Justify
steps in the solutions
formula appropriately.
Notes: p. 95-97
HW: p. 98-99
Solve linear and
inequalities. Justify
steps in the solutions
formula appropriately.
Notes: p. 100-101
HW: p. 102-105
Thursday 3/10
Know that the complex
number i is one of two
solutions to x^2 = -1.
Solve linear and
inequalities, including
systems of up to three
linear equations with
three unknowns.
Friday 3/11
Wednesday 3/9
PLC
Monday 3/7
Lesson
Tuesday 3/8
Objective
To assess concepts and
skills learned this week.
To review previously
learned material.
Imaginary Numbers review
HW: p. 173-174
Notes: p. 106-107
HW: p. 108-109
**FRIDAY QUIZ!!!**
HW: p. 180-181
WorkKeys-Applied Math: Level 3, Lesson 5
Algebra 1
Cook
Solve linear and
inequalities, including
systems of up to three
linear equations with
three unknowns.
Notes: p. 110-111
HW: p. 112-113
Solve linear and
inequalities, including
systems of up to three
linear equations with
three unknowns.
Notes: p. 114-115
HW: p. 116-117
Happy St. Patrick’s
Day!
Friday 3/18
Thursday 3/17
Wednesday 3/16
Monday 3/14
Lesson
Tuesday 3/15
Objective
Write and solve
equations and
inequalities with one or
two variables to
represent mathematical
or applied situations
Write and solve
equations and
inequalities with one or
two variables to
represent mathematical
or applied situations
Recognize that functions
may be defined by
different expressions
over different intervals
of their domains. Such
functions are piecewisedefined.
To assess concepts and
skills learned this week.
Notes: p. 118
HW: Piecewise Substitution
Notes: p. 119
HW: Piecewise Graphing
**FRIDAY QUIZ!!!**
Piecewise writing
WorkKeys-Applied Math: Level 3, Lesson 6
Algebra 1
Cook
Monday 3/21
Write and solve
equations and
inequalities with one or
two variables to
represent mathematical
or applied situations.
Notes: p. 120
HW: p. 199-200
Tuesday 3/22
To review and prepare
for Unit test.
PreTest
HW: p. 195-197
Wednesday 3/23
Write and solve
equations and
inequalities with one or
two variables to
represent mathematical
or applied situations.
Notes: p. 121
HW: p.
Thursday 3/24
Lesson
To review and prepare
for Unit test.
Test Review
Friday 3/25
Objective
To assess concepts and
skills learned this unit.