Homework
Procedures and Rules:
  • Homework will be assigned everyday and will be due the next day.
  • Homework accounts for 10% of the student's grade.
  • Homework not submitted on time will only be accepted at the discretion of the teacher.

Homework Help
Students may visit the following websites to get help with their homework or to practice their skills.


Assigned Homeworks (latest homework at top of the list)
  • Week of 5/28/13
    • Mon - 1. Find the missing number to make the average 95
      88, 99, 94, 90, 98, ?
      2. Solve: a2 - 9bc when a=4, b=1/2 and c=3
      3. 7/8 divided by 3/4 =

    • Tues -
    • Wed -
    • Thur -
    • Fri -

  • Week of 5/13/13 - Released Math 6 EOG
    • Mon - #11, 12, 16, 17, 18
    • Tues - #13, 14, 19, 21, 23
    • Wed - #10, 15, 20, 22, 28
    • Thur - # 9, 24, 25, 26, 27
    • Fri - Review the following formulas:
      • Area of rectangle, Area of a triangle, Volume of a rectangular prism

  • Week of 5/6/13
    • Mon - None
    • Tues - None.
    • Wed - None.
    • Thur - #5,6,7,8.
    • Fri - #1,2,3,4.
  • Week of 4/22/13
    • Mon - Using the data below, FIND: average, median, minimum, maximum, lower quartile, upper quartile: 5,7,9,4,5,6,8,3,0,4,7,10
    • Tues -Using the data below, FIND: average, median, minimum, maximum, lower quartile, upper quartile: 15,17,29,4,15,26,38,33,20,24,17,20.
    • Wed - Using the data below, create a frequency chart with 5 intervals (first put the data in order):15,15,15,14,16,11,12,17,18,5,6,8,9,9,10,22,24,24,15,11,7,7,2.
    • Thur - Find the missing number to make the average of the following grades a 95 or higher.
      • 78,93,95,97,?.
    • Fri - Get a copy of the released EOG.
  • Week of 4/15/13
    • Mon -In RED TEXTBOOK - Data about us - Pg 23: #14 - 20.
    • Tues -In RED TEXTBOOK - Data about us - Pg 24: #22 - 25.
    • Wed - In RED TEXTBOOK - Data about us - Pg 25: #26 -28.
    • Thur - In RED TEXTBOOK - Data about us - Pg 25: # 29 - 31.
    • Fri - Create two numerical and categorical answer questions (4 questions in all).

  • Week of 4/8/13
    • Mon - Worksheet on finding the volume of rectangular prisms.
    • Tues - Worksheet on finding the volume of rectangular prisms.
    • Wed - In RED TEXTBOOK - Data about us - Pg 21: #1 & 2.
    • Thur - In RED TEXTBOOK - Data about us - Pg 22: # 8 - 10.

  • 3/25 to 3/28/13
    • Mon - In RED TEXTBOOK - Covering & Surrounding - Pg 61; #11 & 12
    • Tues - In RED TEXTBOOK - Covering & Surrounding - Pg 61; #13 & Pg 63 #20.
    • Wed - In RED TEXTBOOK - Covering & Surrounding - Pg 61; #21.
    • Thur - In RED TEXTBOOK - Covering & Surrounding - Pg 64; #30.

  • 3/19 to 3/22/13
    • Mon - Study for Vocabulary Test
    • Tues - None
    • Wed - In RED TEXTBOOK - Covering & Surrounding - Pg 61; #8
    • Thurs - In RED TEXTBOOK - Covering & Surrounding - Pg 61; #9 & 10.
    • Fri - Ask 10 people a statistical question and record their answers.


  • 3/4 to 3/8/13
    • Mon - In RED TEXTBOOK - Covering & Surrounding - Page 44: #1 - 4
    • Tues - In RED TEXTBOOK - Covering & Surrounding - Pg 45; #7a, 7b, 7c, 7d, 8, 9
    • Wed - In RED TEXTBOOK - Covering & Surrounding - Pg 46; #15 & 16
    • Thurs - In RED TEXTBOOK - Covering & Surrounding - Pg 48; #26, 27, 28
    • Fri - Find some historical facts of your topic and examples of real world useage..

  • 2/25 to 3/1/13
    • Worksheet packet on Dividing Fractions and Long Division. (assigned 2/25, due Friday 3/1)

  • 2/19 to 2/22/13
    • Mon - Holiday
    • Tues - four problems given in class
      • 1) 10 / 35
      • 2) 0.45 x 25
      • 3) 0.33 x 8.5
      • 4) 2 / 20
    • Wed - In RED TEXTBOOK - In Bits & Pieces 3 page #30 - Problems #27
    • Thurs - In RED TEXTBOOK - In Bits & Pieces 3 page #30 - Problems #28 & #29
    • Fri - Draw a trapezoid and a parallelogram. Then break them up into rectangles and triangles.

  • 2/11 to 2/15 - Homework was given out in class on worksheets.

  • 2/4 - 2/8/13 - same homework as the week before
    • Fri - Create a word problem for diving fractions.

  • 1/28 to 2/1/13
    • Mon - In RED TEXTBOOK - In Bits & Pieces 3 page #15 - Problem #33
    • Tues - In RED TEXTBOOK - In Bits & Pieces 3 page #16-17 - Problems #40-43
    • Wed - In RED TEXTBOOK - In Bits & Pieces 3 page #28 - Problems #1-6
    • Thurs - In RED TEXTBOOK - In Bits & Pieces 3 page #28 - Problems #7-10
    • Fri - Create a word problem for adding and subtracting decimals.

  • 1/23 to 1/25/13
    • Mon - MLK
    • Tues - Teacher Workday - NO SCHOOL
    • Wed - In RED TEXTBOOK - In Bits & Pieces 3 page #15 - Problems #30, 31, 32
    • Thurs - In RED TEXTBOOK - In Bits & Pieces 3 page #14 - Problem #22
    • Fri - Create a word problem for dividing fractions.

  • 1/14 to 1/18/13
    • Mon - In RED TEXTBOOK - In Bits & Pieces 3 page #13 - Problems #1 to #6
    • Tues - In RED TEXTBOOK - In Bits & Pieces 3 page #13 - Problems #8 to #12
    • Wed - In RED TEXTBOOK - In Bits & Pieces 3 page #13 - Problems #13 to #18
    • Thurs - In RED TEXTBOOK - In Bits & Pieces 3 page #15 - Problems #30, 31, 32
    • Fri - Create a word problem for adding & subtracting decimals.
  • 1/7 to o1/11/13
    • Mon - Answer the following
        • An integer is a number that has an opposite. Give an example.
        • What is a unit rate?
        • What is a divisor?
        • What does percent mean?
        • What is an algebraic expression?
    • Tues - Review for test on Wed.
        • An integer is a number that has an opposite. Give 3 examples.
        • Give 3 examples of a Benchmark fraction.
        • Give 3 examples of a unit rate.
        • Give 3 examples of a reciprocal.
        • Give 3 examples of simplified fractions.
    • Wed - Test in class. Study for the vocabulary test on Thursday.
        • An integer is a number that has an opposite. Give 3 examples.
        • Give 3 examples of a Benchmark fraction.
        • Give 3 examples of a unit rate.
        • Give 3 examples of a reciprocal.
        • Give 3 examples of simplified fractions.
    • Thur - Finish worksheet of division given in class.
    • Fri - Finish worksheet of division given in class.

  • 1/2 to 1/4
    • Wed - Write the divisibility rule for 2, 3, 6, 5, & 10 three times
    • Thurs - Worksheet on Long Division
      • 7533/9, 1225/7, 6874/7, 1039/3, 3796/4, 2552/4
    • Fri - Play a math game on www.coolmath.com for 10 mins.
  • 12/17 to 12/20/12


  • 12/3/12 - 12/7/12
    • MON - Finish worksheet given in class practicing Part/Whole.
    • TUES- None
    • WED - Write a problem asking someone to find the percentage of a price.
    • THURS - Write the following as a Fraction, Decimal, and Percent
      • 25%, 50%, 75%, 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, 15% and 7%
    • FRI - Find or create an ad for an item on sale.

  • 11/26 - 11/30
    • MON - Complete Project (Due Wed 11/28/12)
    • TUES- Complete Project (Due Wed 11/28/12)
    • WED - Write a math problem asking someone to find the percent of a price. Solve the problem.
    • THURS - none (we took a test on Ratio and Percents)
    • FRI - Draw a picture that represents "equivalent ratio"


  • 11/13 - 11/16
    • Tuesday - In math textbook: Bits & Pieces I - Page 15 #21; Page 17 #36, 37
    • Wednesday - (Handed out in class) CC pg. 37 # 1-4, pg. 24 #45, 46. Pg. 10 #16
    • Thursday - (Handed out in class) CC pg. 40 #56-58, pg.24 #39-42, pg. 10 #13
    • Friday - Create a Frayer Model for the following words: Percent, Unit Rate, Equivalent Ratio, Benchmark Fraction.
      • Percent - Parts per 100 or Out of 100 ---> 20/100 or 20%
      • Unit Rate - a rate with a denominator of 1 ---> 32 heartbeats per minute
      • Equivalent Ratio - two ratios that can be converted into each other. ---> 4 / 8 is equivalent to 2 / 4 or 1 /2
      • Benchmark Fraction - A value that is used as a point of reference for other values.
        • $0.45 is close to 50 cents, $0.50. So 50 cents can be a benchmark.
        • $0.99 is close to $1.00. So $1 is a benchmark
        • 7/8 is close to 1 whole. 1 is a benchmark.
        • 3/8 is close to 1/2. 1/2 is a benchmark.
    • SOLUTIONS -

  • 11/5 - 11/9
    • Monday 5th - worksheet given in class practicing finding unit rate.
    • Tuesday 6th - none (teacher workday)
    • Wednesday 7th - worksheet given in class practicing finding unit rate.
    • Thursday 8th - A) Write the divisibility rule for 3 on a sticky note. B) Write 5 key words for each of the math operations (+ - * /).
    • Friday 9th - Create a Frayer Model for the following words: Ratio, Rate, Unit Rate, Equivalent Ratio
      • Ratio - Comparison of 2 quantities ---> 2 dogs : 5 cats
      • Rate - a ratio with measurement units ---> 70 miles / 2 hours
      • Unit Rate - a rate with a denominator of 1 ---> 32 heartbeats per minute
      • Equivalent Ratio - two ratios that can be converted into each other. ---> 4 / 8 is equivalent to 2 / 4 or 1 /2

  • 10/30 - 11/2

  • 10/22 to 10/26
    • Monday Prime Time pg 43 #’s 24, 25, 26, 27a, 27b
    • Tuesday: Prime Time pg 56 #’s 4, 5, 7, 10, 11, 12
    • Wednesday: Prime Time pg 57 #'s 25-28
    • Thursday: Prime Time pg 71: 1 2, 3a-b
    • Friday: Pick 5 vocabulary words for this quarter (copied down from warm up or on website) and make a foldable using those words. Include definitions and pictures in your foldable.
    • SOLUTIONS


  • 10/12 Find the GCF and LCM of 24 and 36 using prime factorization.
    • 24: PF: 2*2*2*3
    • 36: PF: 2*2*3*3
    • Both: 2*2*3= 12
    • GCF = both = 2*2*3 = 12
    • LCM = both & leftovers = 2*2*3 and 2*3 = 2*2*3 * 2*3 = 72

  • 10/11 Write the definitions and draw a picture for the following words:
    • Variable, Distribuitive Property, Inverse Operation, Factor, Multiple
  • 10/10 Students are to complete the following problems in their red math textbook
    • PrimeTime (unit) - Pages 33-34. Problem #25, 26, 30, 31, 32, 34
    • Answers: 25: A. 26a: 5,10,15,20,25,30. 26b: All the numbers end in 5 or 0. 26c: Those that end in 0. 26d: Those divisible by 2 and 5. 26e: They are the same. 30: Possible answers - 48 is a multiple of 8, 8 is a divisor of 48, 48 is devisible by 8. 31: H. 32: D. 34a: 3*10*10 or 2*3*50 or 25*4*3. 34b: 1,588; 2,294; 3,196; 4,147; 6,98; 7,84; 12,49; 14,42; 21,28. 34c: There are twice as many rectangles as there are factor pairs.

  • 10/9 Students are to:
    • Create a T-chart for each number 1 to 12 and list the factors for each number.
      Label each number Prime or Composite.






  • 9/25 Students are to get their progress reports signed.
    Students are to write down the skip count numbers for 2, 3, 5, 10 from one to one hundred.
    • Example: 2 - 2,4,6,8,10,etc.

  • Students are to complete the worksheet given to them in class.
  • Students are to write an example for each of the number properties.
    Associative Property, Commutative Property, Distributive Property
  • Complete the expressions worksheet given to them in class. DUE Friday 9/14/12
  • Complete Problem 2.3 on the sheet given to them in class. DUE Friday 9/7/12
  • Recreate the foldable we did in class for the vocabulary words Variable, Coefficient, Constant and Expression