1. Today
Warm
Review
Up
for Test
Khan
Academy
Notes

Scientific
Notation
Classwork
2. Notes:
 New Khan Posted @v6math (posted with last
week's topics, so scroll down to view)
 Last weeks Khan Participation was too light
considering the impact on your grade.
 Alt.Khan due Today; New Alt. ready
 Next week is last week before progress
reports; extra credit work is available. To
receive credit, you must show all necessary
work. Accepted only if submitted by this
Friday afternoon.
3. Notes:
 Our test on multiplying & dividing
monomials is tomorrow. Both the warm up
and class work is a review for this test. Ask
questions if you are unsure how to
solve/simplify a problem.
 Warm-Up Section of your Notebook, please
 You should be able to do all the problems on
today's class work. Each problem represents
one just like it on the test tomorrow. Again,
work together, ask when unsure.
4. Test Review:
Reminder: A negative exponent is not a negative number.
It means '1 over’ or 1 divided by the exponent.
Simplify:
either
or
5. Test Review:
Like the last problem, there are a
number of ways to solve this as well.
Again, there are a number of
ways to solve this problem.
Choose the method most
comfortable to you.
6. Test Review:
With monomials, division problems can be rewritten
as multiplication problems and vice-versa.
Rewrite as a multiplication problem, then simplify:
Rewrite
Only
Rewrite as a division problem, then simplify.
7. Test Review:
What's the difference?
Algebra Tip:
Relate to what you already
know. (See the similarities.)
12
3
•
6
2
For your first step you could either simplify each
fraction or multiply across, and then simplify.
Now, multiply these
fractions
8. Test Review:
There will also be questions from our last two tests. Here
are 2 examples.
Use the information from this line and the point-slope
formula to find the new equation.
You will need graph paper for our final problem.
9. Test Review: Graphing
Graph the solution to the following system of
inequalities
10. Class Work:
See Handout. The test will have at
least one of each of these types of
problems.
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