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• 1. Homework Assignments
For November 4th,2009, Wednesday
• 2. Humanities
• 3. Math
NOVEMBER PORTFOLIO PROJECT
A. Plan
MATH DITTO COMPLETE
• 4. Art
Do two gestures.
Do prac. Shoe drawing Contour Still Life
At least 15 mins for the shoe
• 5. SHSAT
Logical R 3
Math 5 (use the four stemp method of math solving)
• 6. Get signed/Reminders
PERMISSION SLIP FOR TOUR GUIDE NOV
TEST SIGN FOR SCI
PUT REMINDER AND BRING COAT TOMMORROW
STUDY FOR QUIZ ON FRIDAY science
STUDY FOR MATH QUIZ TOMMORROW
STUDY FOR SPELLING HUMANITY FRIDAY.
• 7. Science G.8/Earth
To study for quiz on FRIDAY
• 8. Math Grade 8 & Algebra I
1. In the phrase “like terms” the word termalgebrically symbolizes any number or variable. The word like refers to the variables, numbers, and combined numbers (usage of multiplication) that are similar to each other. Moreover, you can only add, subtract, or *operate on like terms. Here is an example of why you can only add or subtract like terms:
My algebric equation: 2z + 3y= 12
In reality, let’s say 2z represents 2 groups of books and 3y represents 3 groups of erasers. (Note: z and y must be different because different variables usually represent different quantities). You cannot add the number of pencils to erasers and call the pencils and erasers both pencils or erasers. In the equation, you cannot say z is equivalent to y or else that wouldn’t be true.
2. Examples of combining like terms:
Example 1: 2y+67y
Example 2:3a+ 1(4+ 7a)- 2
If you simplify example 2 a little bit further you will receive 3a+7a as part of your expression. When operating on variables they usually do not change but their co-efficient changes in the monomial. The co-efficient represents how many groups of a (based on this example) are represented or being observed. Moreover, when you are multipliplyingvariables that are the same remember to put the ² symbol. When you are adding terms with bases and exponents, the monomials must have the same exponent, base, the base’s co-efficient, and variables.
3. A polynomial is a general word used to describe as many terms as possible. A polynomial can have one term to billions of terms and can be still considered a polynomial. There are several different types of polynomials . Some types of polynomials include: minomials, Binomials, Trinomials. Lastly, you can find the degree of a polynomial by determining the highest degree of a term in an expression or equation.
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