s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=feNWZEln6Nc

Volume of Composite Figures pt 2

p241-242 in practice book

Area of a Triangle

Worksheets

Area of a Trapezoid

Worksheet

Dividing a decimal by a decimal with no remainder

Pg 225-226 all problems

No Meeting

Dividing a decimal with a decimal to make a decimal

Pg Pg 229-230 all problems

Distributive Property

Worksheet, all problems, front and back

Multiplying Mixed numbers

Worksheet, all problems

Finding the Mean of a data set

Worksheet, all problems

Range, Median, and Frequency of data

Two step equations

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Math Problem of the week 12/6

It was a dark and stormy night in London in 1905. A traveler named Maxwell lost his wallet and walked to a hotel. He asked the hotel manager if he could pay with his gold chain that consists of 7 rings linked together. The hotel manager looked at his chain and said: "Yes, one gold ring per night. I have a wire cutter to separate the chain." Maxwell said: “Great, I will stay for 7 nights.”

a) What is the minimum number of gold rings Maxwell needs to cut to pay for the hotel ONE ring per night for 7 nights?

b. If Maxwell can get change (in rings ) from the hotel each night (i.e. pay 1 ring one night and the next night pay 2 rings, and get 1 ring back the second night, resulting in 2 rings paid for 2 nights), What is the minimum number of rings he needs to cut

**October 25th**

Volume of Composite Figures

pg 489-490 in math textbook #1-13Volume of Composite Figures

pg 489-490 in math textbook #1-13

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=feNWZEln6Nc

**November 1st**Volume of Composite Figures pt 2

p241-242 in practice book

**November 8th**Area of a Triangle

Worksheets

**November 29th**Area of a Trapezoid

Worksheet

**December 6th**Dividing a decimal by a decimal with no remainder

Pg 225-226 all problems

**December 13th**No Meeting

**January 17th**Dividing a decimal with a decimal to make a decimal

Pg Pg 229-230 all problems

**January 24th**Distributive Property

Worksheet, all problems, front and back

**January 31st**Multiplying Mixed numbers

Worksheet, all problems

**February 7th**Finding the Mean of a data set

Worksheet, all problems

**February 14th**Range, Median, and Frequency of data

**February 21st**Two step equations

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Math Problem of the week 12/6

It was a dark and stormy night in London in 1905. A traveler named Maxwell lost his wallet and walked to a hotel. He asked the hotel manager if he could pay with his gold chain that consists of 7 rings linked together. The hotel manager looked at his chain and said: "Yes, one gold ring per night. I have a wire cutter to separate the chain." Maxwell said: “Great, I will stay for 7 nights.”

a) What is the minimum number of gold rings Maxwell needs to cut to pay for the hotel ONE ring per night for 7 nights?

b. If Maxwell can get change (in rings ) from the hotel each night (i.e. pay 1 ring one night and the next night pay 2 rings, and get 1 ring back the second night, resulting in 2 rings paid for 2 nights), What is the minimum number of rings he needs to cut