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# TIGER PRIDE

TIGER PRIDE. October 1 – October 15. T - Timed test / test taking strategies. Identify which answer choices you can immediately eliminate and explain why. Then solve the problem.

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## TIGER PRIDE

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1. TIGER PRIDE October 1 – October 15

2. T - Timed test / test taking strategies • Identify which answer choices you can immediately eliminate and explain why. Then solve the problem. • Sandra is making 4 batches of cookies, so she will need to use 4 times the amount of flour the recipe calls for. The recipe calls for 3 1/4 cups of flour. How much flour does Sandra need? a) 11 cups b) 1 1/4 cups c) 13 cups d) 4 cups Answer:

3. I - informational decision making

4. I - informational decision making According to the chart on the previous slide, what are middle school girl's bathrooms used for most? Least? Answer: Do you feel this is a true picture of what takes place in the bathrooms at Red Oak Middle School? Could the same graph be used to represent the boys bathrooms? If so, do you think it is ok for the time to be spent this way? Answer: What does this say for the bullying that takes place in Middle School? Answer: What could teachers do to change the statistics? What could students do to change the statistics? Answer:

5. G - Geometry Fill in the following chart. See Octagon for an example.

6. G - Geometry

7. G - Geometry

8. E - Estimation Skills The "rule" for middle school homework is 10 minutes a night for each subject. If you have 6 subjects a day (math, language, reading, science, social studies, and an elective), about how many minutes of homework can you expect every school night? About how many minutes a week is this? About how many minutes a month is this (4 weeks makes a month)? About how many minutes a school year is this (9 months a year)? About how many hours is of homework a year? Answer:

9. R - Rates / Ratios Rate / ratio: compares two quantities of units Examples: 16 eggs to 4 chickens, 13 boys to 11 girls, \$546.14 to 11 hours *Can also be written as a fraction: 16 eggs / 4 chickens Unit rate: A unit rate is a rate / ratio that describes a quantity of units compared to another quantity of ONE unit Examples: \$8.75 per hour, 65 miles per hour, 2 hotdogs per minute Fill in the chart on the next slide to find each unit rate.

10. R - Rates / Ratios

11. R - Rates / Ratios Where did you spend the most of your time? The least of your time? Answer: Was there anything you found that was surprising to you? Answer: Is there anything you would like to change about how you spend your time? Answer:

12. P - Probability Probability - the chances of something happening, written as a ratio (fraction) KhanAcademyIXL - Probability Practice Examples: What is the probability of picking a red flag out of a box of 5 blue flags, 3 green flags and 2 red flags? # of red flags 2 1 0.20 20% total # of flags 10 5 Examples: What is the probability of picking a blue flag out of a box of 4 blue flags, 8 green flags and 6 red flags? # of blue flags 4 2 0.22 22.2% total # of flags 18 9 What is the probability of pulling out a white sock from your drawer of 12 black socks, 2 blue socks, and 14 white socks? Answer: Where have you seen probability before, outside of math class? Answer:

13. On a scale of 1 - 10, how comfortable are you in the area of subtraction. Explain. On a scale of 1 - 10, how comfortable are you in the area of multiplication. Explain. On a scale of 1 - 10, how comfortable are you in the area of division. Explain. R - Research of Math Topics On a scale of 1 - 10, how comfortable are you in the area of addition. Explain. Answer: Answer: Answer: Answer:

14. Alvaro's second customer bought a small hand shovel for \$8.99 and three bags of potting soil for \$1.59 each. What was the total cost of these purchases? I - Introduction of Algebra Alvaro's first customer bought a package of 12 rolls of paper towels for \$5.99 and a hairbrush for \$6.99. What was the total cost of these purchases? Answer: Answer: The customer paid with a \$20 bill. Solve for x to find how much change Alvaro should give back. 5.99 + 6.99 + x = \$20 Write an equation with x, to represent how much change the customer should receive from a \$50 bill. Answer: Answer: Is there another way you could solve this? Solve for x. Answer: Answer:

15. D - Decision Making / Deductions Below are examples of deductive reasoning. All rectangles have 4 angles that are 90 degrees and 4 sides. All squares have 4 angles that are right angles and 4 congruent sides. Therefore, all squares are rectangles. Oranges are a fruit. All fruits grow on trees. All oranges must grow on trees. 1. Are all rectangles squares? Explain. Answer: 2. Create your own example of deductive reasoning. Answer:

16. E - Exponents Write the expanded form of each exponent. 1. 6 ^4 2. 9 ^7 3. 5 ^ 1 Answer: 1) 2) 3) Example: 7 ^ 10 7 * 7 * 7 * 7 * 7 * 7 * 7 * 7 * 7 * 7

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