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REMOTE LEARNING CALENDAR

2020

March 16

Remote learning

March 17

Remote learning

March 18

Remote learning

March 19

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March 23

Remote learning

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March 25

Remote learning

March 26


March 27

Remote learning

March 30

Remote learning

March 31

Remote learning

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April 2

April 3

No School Spring Break

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No School

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April 7

No School

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No School

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April 10

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April 13

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April 17

Ms. Matthew's Remote Learning Work
Template for sum, difference, product, and quotient.pdf

All work should be done on lined paper. Please make sure you put your name and the date for each assignment. When you are finished, put your work into . your folder. If you have any questions, email me at smatthew@mcmish.org.

Monday, March 30, 2020


6th Grade

7th Grade

8th Grade

Monday

3/30

Your #’s are:

11 1/9 and 16 ⅖

45.9 and 7.625


Word problems

1. Florida has 8 less than 5 times the number of counties in Arizona. Georgia has 25 more than twice the number of counties in Florida. 

a. Write an expression for the number of counties in Florida. 

b. Write an expression for the number of counties in Georgia. 

c. Arizona has 15 counties. How many do Florida and Georgia have?

2. The difference between two numbers is 8. The lesser number is a. Write an expression for the greater number.


Fair Game Review

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Pg. 123

36-40

Your #’s are:

  −8 3/8 and −10 1/6

 −7.34 and 5.51


Word problems

1. A cook has 2 2/3 cups of flour. A recipe calls for 2 3/4 cups of flour. Does the cook have enough flour? If not, how much more flour is needed?

2.  Write two different pairs of negative decimals, x and y, that make the statement x − y = 0.6 true.


Fair Game Review

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Pg. 63

31-35

Your #’s are:

-2/9x and -9/10x

1.1y and -4.4y


Word Problems

1.  You have $12 to buy five goldfish for your new fish tank. Write and solve an inequality that represents the prices you can pay per fish.

2. The U.S. Mint pays $0.02 to produce every penny. How many pennies are produced when the U.S. Mint pays more than $6 million in production costs?


Maintaining Mathematical Proficiency 

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Pg. 72

40-47

Friday, March 27, 2020


6th Grade

7th Grade

8th Grade

Friday

3/27

Your #’s are:

9 1/20 and 3 5/6

28.6 and 14.872


Word problems

The expression 20a + 13c is the cost (in dollars) for adults and c students to enter a science center. a. How much does it cost for an adult? a student? Explain your reasoning. b. Find the total cost for 4 adults and 24 students. c. You fi nd the cost for a group. Then the numbers of adults and students in the group both double. Does the cost double? Explain your answer using an example. d. In part (b), the number of adults is cut in half, but the number of students doubles. Is the cost the same? Explain your answer.


Fair Game Review

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Pg. 117

56-60

Your #’s are:

 15/4 and −4 1/3

 -20.25 and −15.711 


Word problems

1. Your bank account balance is −$20.85. You deposit $15.50. What is your new balance?

2.   You eat 3/10 of a pack of hot dogs. Your friend eats 1/5 of the pack of hot dogs. What fraction of the pack of hot dogs do you and your friend eat?


Fair Game Review

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Pg. 55

29-33

Your #’s are:

-76n and 90n

-56k and -34k


Word Problems

1.   You are riding a train. Your carry-on bag can weigh no more than 50 pounds. Your bag weighs 38 pounds. (See Example 3.) a. Write and solve an inequality that represents how much weight you can add to your bag. 

b. Can you add both a 9-pound laptop and a 5-pound pair of boots to your bag without going over the weight limit? Explain.

2. Is it possible to check all the numbers in the solution set of an inequality? When you solve the inequality x − 11 ≥ −3, which numbers can you check to verify your solution? Explain your reasoning.


Maintaining Mathematical Proficiency 

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Pg. 66

36-46

Wednesday, March 25, 2020


6th Grade

7th Grade

8th Grade

Wed

3/25

Your #’s are:

12 ⅖ and 5 ½

64.26 and 18 


Word problems

1. You send 40 text messages in one month. The total cost is $4.80. How much does each text message cost?

2. Tickets to the school musical cost $6.25. The amount received from ticket sales is $706.25. How many tickets were sold?


Fair Game Review

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Pg. 99

61-65

Your #’s are:

-¾ and -⅔

 −2.2 and 2.42 


Word problems

1. You miss 3 out of 10 questions on a science quiz and 4 out of 15 questions on a math quiz. Which quiz has a higher percent of correct answers?

2.  A box turtle hibernates in sand at −1 5/8 feet. A spotted turtle hibernates at −1 16/25 feet. Which turtle is deeper?


Fair Game Review

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Pg. 49

48-52

Your #’s are:

16 1/7b and -8 7/8b

87.6c and -90.65c


Word Problems

1.   The winner of a weight-lifting competition bench-pressed 400 pounds. The other competitors all bench-pressed at least 23 pounds less. a. Write an inequality that represents the weights that the other competitors bench-pressed. b. Was one of the other competitors able to bench-press 379 pounds? Explain.

2. A one-way ride on a subway costs $0.90. A monthly pass costs $24. Write an inequality that represents how many one-way rides you can buy before it is cheaper to buy the monthly pass. Is it cheaper to pay the one-way fare for 25 rides? Explain.


Maintaining Mathematical Proficiency 

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Pg. 60

60-67

Monday, March 23, 2020


6th Grade

7th Grade

8th Grade

Monday

3/23

Your #’s are:

8 7/9 and 6 5/7

7.91 and 0.72 


Word problems

1. Alabama has about 2.51 million acres of cropland. Florida has about 1.15 times as much cropland as Alabama. How much cropland does Florida have?

2.  A car can travel 22.36 miles on one gallon of gasoline. a. How far can the car travel on 8.5 gallons of gasoline? b. A hybrid car can travel 33.1 miles on one gallon of gasoline. How much farther can the hybrid car travel on 8.5 gallons of gasoline?


Fair Game Review

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Pg. 91

70-74

Your #’s are:

-26 and 99

-999 and -888


Word problems

1. An alligator population in a nature preserve in the Everglades decreases by 60 alligators over 5 years. What is the mean yearly change in the alligator population?

2. The regular admission price for an amusement park is $72. For a group of 15 or more, the admission price is reduced by $25. How many people need to be in a group to save $500?


Fair Game Review

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Pg. 33

42-45

Your #’s are:

10.99g and -20.65g

98 3/4y and 20 6/7


Word Problems

1.   The total cost C (in dollars) to participate in a ski club is given by the literal equation C = 85x + 60, where x is the number of ski trips you take. a. Solve the equation for x. b. How many ski trips do you take if you spend a total of $315? $485?

2. A flight averages 460 miles per hour. The return flight averages 500 miles per hour due to a tailwind. The total flying time is 4.8 hours. How long is each flight? Explain.


Maintaining Mathematical Proficiency 

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Pg. 42

47-54

Friday, March 20, 2020


6th Grade

7th Grade

8th Grade

Friday

3/20

Your #’s are:

6 2/9 and 1 1/6

21.9 − 1.605 


Word problems

1. Write three decimals that have a sum of 27.905. 

2.

How much farther is Jupiter from the Sun than Mercury? 


Fair Game Review

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Pg. 83

36-40

Your #’s are:

−6 and −13 

7 and −14 


Word problems

1. You lose four points each time you attend gym class without sneakers. You forget your sneakers three times. What integer represents the change in your points?

2. The height of an airplane during a landing is given by 22,000 + (−480t), where t is the time in minutes. a. Copy and complete the table. b. Estimate how many minutes it takes the plane to land. Explain your reasoning


Fair Game Review

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Pg. 27

49-53

Your #’s are:

16a and -28a

87u and 12u


Word Problems

1.  Starting from 300 feet away, a car drives toward you. It then passes by you at a speed of 48 feet per second. The distance d (in feet) of the car from you after t seconds is given by the equation d = ∣300 − 48t ∣ . At what times is the car 60 feet from you?

2. Your friend says that the absolute value equation ∣3x + 8 ∣ − 9 = −5 has no solution because the constant on the right side of the equation is negative. Is your friend correct? Explain.


Maintaining Mathematical Proficiency 

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Pg. 34

62-67


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Wednesday, March  18, 2020


6th Grade

7th Grade

8th Grade

Wednesday

3/18

Your #’s are:

1 2/5 and 4/7

7.638 and 2.365 


Word problems

1. A bag contains 42 cups of dog food. Your dog eats 2 1/3 cups of dog food each day. How many days does the bag of dog food last?

2. How many 1 3/5 -inch-thick books can fit on a 14 ½ -inch-long bookshelf?


Fair Game Review

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Pg. 75

41-45

Your #’s are:

-87 and 5

-15 and -111


Word problems

1. A shark is at −80 feet. It swims up and jumps out of the water to a height of 15 feet. Write a subtraction expression for the vertical distance the shark travels. 

2. Write two different pairs of negative integers, x and y, that make the statement 

x − y = −1 true.


Fair Game Review

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Pg. 19

50-56

Your #’s are:

7 1/5s and -13 1/3s

2.5t and -9.56t


Word Problems

1. You and your friend drive toward each other. The equation 50h = 190 − 45h represents the number h of hours until you and your friend meet. When will you meet?

2. One serving of granola provides 4% of the protein you need daily. You must get the remaining 48 grams of protein from other sources. How many grams of protein do you need daily?


Maintaining Mathematical Proficiency 

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Pg. 24

41-44


Tuesday, March  17, 2020


6th Grade

7th Grade

8th Grade

Tuesday

3/17

Your #’s are:

6 3/4 and 1 1/6

22.6 and 14.21 


Word problems

1. At a party, 10 people equally shared 212 gallons of ice cream. How much ice cream did each person eat? 

2. You bought 3.25 pounds of  grapes at a farm stand. You paid $2.48 per pound. What was the total amount that you paid for the grapes? 


Fair Game Review

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Pg. 69

58-62

Your #’s are:

100 and -78

-12 and -27


Word problems

1. The temperature is −3°F at 7:00 a.m. During the next 4 hours, the temperature increases 21°F. What is the temperature at 11:00 a.m.? 2. Your bank account has a balance of −$12. You deposit $60. What is your new balance? 


Fair Game Review

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Pg. 13

50-54

Your #’s are:

1/5w and -7/5w

-76x and -14x


Word Problems

1. You order two tacos and a salad. The salad costs $2.50. You pay 8% sales tax and leave a $3 tip. You pay a total of $13.80. How much does one taco cost?

2. You have quarters and dimes that total $2.80. Your friend says it is possible that the number of quarters is 8 more than the number of dimes. Is your friend correct? Explain.


Maintaining Mathematical Proficiency 

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Pg. 18

57-65

Monday, March 16, 2020


6th Grade

7th Grade

8th Grade

Monday

3/16

Your #’s are:

5 5/7 and 2 1/10

20.35 and 13.748 


Word problems

1. Band members make 23 of their profit from selling concert tickets. They make 15 of their profit from selling band merchandise at the concerts. How many times more profit do they make from ticket sales than from merchandise sales?

2. The Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool is approximately rectangular. Its width is 50.9 meters, and its length is 618.44 meters. You walk the perimeter of the pool. About how many meters do you walk?


Fair Game Review

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Pg. 61

60-64

Your #’s are:

28 and -15

31 and -75


Word problems

1. Write three integers that do not all have the same sign that have a sum of −20. Write three integers that do not all have the same sign that have a sum of 10. 

2. The top of a sailboat mast is 22 feet above the water surface. The bottom of the sailboat is 3 feet below the water surface. What is the difference in the elevations? 


Fair Game Review

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Pg. 7

46-50

Your #’s are:

-108j and 67j

-8.8r and -12.6r


Word Problems

1. The balance of an investment account is $308 more than the balance 4 years ago. The current balance of the account is $4708. What was the balance 4 years ago?

2. You spend $30.40 on 4 CDs. Each CD costs the same amount and is on sale for 80% of the original price. 

a. Write and solve an equation to find how much you spend on each CD. 

b. The next day, the CDs are no longer on sale. You have $25. Will you be able to buy 3 more CDs? Explain your reasoning.


Maintaining Mathematical Proficiency

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Pg. 10

58-65



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