# Aug 14 – Accelerated PowerPoint

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Period – New Seating Chart
Turn in homework – pages 10-11
1
Leon
Agee
10
19
Jacob
Mathis
28
Cheyenne
Tippens
2
Timorria
Beasley
11
Randy
Duncan
20
Jacob
McGraw
29
Rebecca
Vaughn
3
Nicky
Biggerstaff
12
Patrick
Fagan
21
Taylor
Mullins
30
4
Jeff
Boss
13
Henley
22
Emilie
Owen
31
5
Amelia
Cole
14
Rebecca
Horn
23
William
Purcell
32
6
Peter
Compitello
15
Taylor
Hughes
24
Kesh
Raajan
33
7
Gabbie
Cousins
16
Justin
Johnson
25
Kyra
Salcedo
34
8
Tanner
Culberson
17
Joel
Keller
26
Andrew
35
9
Ephraim
Dotson
18
Matt
Kreider
27
James
Stanley
36
4th Period - New Seating Chart
Turn in homework page 10-11
1
Alexei
Antonovich
10
Bryson
Higginbotham
19
Troy
Miller
28
2
Aaron
Brown
11
Katie
Holcombe
20
Zach
Oliver
29
3
Jasmine
Chism
12
Jacob
Holloway
21
Abbie
Post
30
4
Beth Ann
Crouse
13
Allison
Jeffcoat
22
Evan
31
5
Amanda
Dorvelus
14
Langley
23
Katie
Thompson
32
6
Kaitlin
Ford
15
Jackson
Lankford
24
Melissa
Torres
33
7
Angel
Gray
16
Lance
Love
25
Austin
Vaughn
34
8
Chandler
Haney
17
Eimear
Lynch
26
Mikhayah
Walls
35
9
Coleman
Hicks
18
Kamri
Miller
27
Bailey
Waycaster
36
Haley
Worthy
6th Period - New Seating Chart
All but new students - Turn in homework page 10-11
1
Will
Early
10
2
Caleb
Fields
11
Katie
Noble
20
3
Ashley
Gray
12
Maliek
Randolph
21
30
4
Jake
Hayes
13
Caleb
Rogers
22
31
14
Evan
Sabin
23
32
24
33
5
19
28
Darien
Whitfield
29
6
Brandon
Henderson
15
7
Natalie
Johnson
16
Brittany
Smith
25
34
8
Kwajalien
Jones
17
Tyler
Smith
26
35
9
Caleb
Nation
18
Ramey
Ward
27
36
DAY 7 – Accelerated Math
August 14th
1. Turn in homework – open packet up to page 10
2. Question of the Day:
Last Sunday, an accident caused a traffic jam 12
miles long on two lanes of the highway. How many cars
do you think were in the traffic jam? Explain your
thinking and show your calculations.
3. Tonight’s Homework: finish pages 15 and 16
Check your homework pp. 10-11
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7.
You do not multiply before applying the exponent (PEMDAS)
You multiply what is in parenthesis first
No, m is the # of magazines – not affected by the # of books
The constant (\$23.90) will decrease
The value of the expression would be > 9
When x < 0 (x is negative)
Increasing the interest will increase the base and increase
the amt of money you earn
8. No effect; the dose (starting amount) is not affected by the
rate
9. The rate would be negative, so (1 + r) would be between 0
and 1.
10. No effect; the rate is already set and 1% - the number of
months does not change it
Questions over graphing assignment??
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Inconsistencies
Labels
Connect dots or not???
Domain and Range
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