On June 14th/15th we had our final exam. WOO HOO!!! Congratulations!!!

Your marks will be emailed to you on June 16th. If you are not passing, you have received an email from me and need to complete your rewrites by marks cutoff.

For homework, important dates, and general info!

On June 14th/15th we had our final exam. WOO HOO!!! Congratulations!!!

Your marks will be emailed to you on June 16th. If you are not passing, you have received an email from me and need to complete your rewrites by marks cutoff.

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On June 12th/13th we:

- warmed up with some practice multiple choice question
- reviewed with the handout in class. Here’s a copy of it for you to access and/or print if you’d like to see it at home! It’s really similar to the types of questions you’ll see on the exam… remember to practice without a calculator if it’s a question from one of the topics listed below!
- you can check your answers at home by going to the website and scrolling to the bottom and clicking “check your answers”, or you can use this link.

**Please remember to bring in your textbook next day!!!**

**Your final exam will be on June 14th/15th. Here is the breakdown:**

**No-Calculator Section: 25 Questions Multiple Choice****
**5 questions about square roots and the Pythagorean theorem

5 questions on integers

5 questions on fractions

6 questions on algebra

4 questions on graphs and probability

5 questions on rates, ratios, and percents

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On June 8th/9th we:

- warmed up with a Skyscraper puzzle
- reviewed with the handout in class. Here’s a copy of it for you to access and/or print if you’d like to see it at home! It’s really similar to the types of questions you’ll see on the exam… remember to practice without a calculator if it’s a question from one of the topics listed below!
- you can check your answers at home by going to the website and scrolling to the bottom and clicking “check your answers”, or you can use this link.

**Your final exam will be on June 14th/15th. Here is the breakdown:**

**No-Calculator Section: 25 Questions Multiple Choice****
**5 questions about square roots and the Pythagorean theorem

5 questions on integers

5 questions on fractions

6 questions on algebra

4 questions on graphs and probability

5 questions on rates, ratios, and percents

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On June 6th/7th we:

- got our quiz back
- went over some multiple choice strategies
- reviewed with the review handout in class (see me if you need a copy)

**Your final exam will be on June 14th/15th. Here is the breakdown:**

**No-Calculator Section: 25 Questions Multiple Choice****
**5 questions about square roots and the Pythagorean theorem

5 questions on integers

5 questions on fractions

6 questions on algebra

4 questions on graphs and probability

5 questions on rates, ratios, and percents

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On May 31st/June 1st/June 2nd/June 5th we had some shuffling to do! The test was completed on the first class that we had as a group, so it was different for each block.

The following tasks were completed on these days:

- we took our Data and Probability test on LO 30 and 31
- we learned about sketching various views of 3D objects
- we completed homework from page 438 # 5, 8 – 10, 12 – 14.

Your **final exam will be on June 14th/15th**. It is a multiple choice exam. We’ll have lots of practice between now and the exam, so stay tuned for the review handouts.

Here is the video from today:

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On May 26th/29th we reviewed for our test with questions from page 425-427 # 3 – 15. Please make sure your assignment has a title, your name, your block, that you have shown your work, and done corrections.

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On May 24th/25th we:

- practiced basic probability with independent events
- worked on questions from Handout 1 and got it checked in class. When you were done, you got Handout 2 (that’s for homework).

Here is the video from today:

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