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    • 1. Go to khanacademy.org, and click ‘Log in’
    • 2. Since Facebook is blocked on campus, you will sign in using your Gmail account
    • 3. This is a very important step: Select ‘Coaches’ on the left side.4. Type: v6math@gmail.com for the address
    • 5. Once you’ve logged in, the Mastery Questions are located in the Practice area:6. Select the correct topic andyour page will look like:
    • 7. There are some topics that require only 8 consecutivecorrect answers to master. Others require 10. You can do as many questions as you need to until you have the required8 or 10 correct in a row. I will provide you a list of the mastery topics and their due dates for the first quarter. Your homework grade is based on practicing the problems andachieving mastery by the due date each week.
    • A. Each correct answer results in aset of leaves moving up into the stack.B. Once a group of questions has been completed, you are shown a summary.If you look at the leaves you can see 2problems were missed. Mastery has not been achieved.
    • A. Mastery before due date: 100%B. Mastery within 3 days after thedue date: 75%C. Because you should be rewardedfor your efforts, you will receive2 points for each question answered, correct or not, up to a maximum of 70%. Ifyou answer 100 questions but still cannot get 10 consecutive correct, you will stillreceive a grade of 70.D. Looking again at the last example, if you stopped at this point, your score would be 16%--8 questions @ 2 points each. Mastery is achieved through repetition. If you keep working the exercises, there is no doubt you can master every topic.
    •  Please do not wait until Saturday to begin the weeksexercises. If you start early in the week, you can bringany questions you may have to class and receive help. Check the v6math.blogspot.com site for the weekly topics, links to help you achieve mastery, and other resources. Good Luck. The sooner you make this part of your regular routine, the more success you will have.