8th Grade Math Room 619 Mr. Coogen & Ms Szalai

Math is Radical!!

Homework Wednesday 3/4

Posted in Uncategorized on March 4, 2009 by churchill8mathd

Work on the worksheet Multiplying Binomials. Do not do numbers 3 and 6

Thursdays Homework

Posted in Uncategorized on February 26, 2009 by churchill8mathd

Do the first 8 problems on the slope worksheet. Use the rise and run to find the slope of the line.

solve this puzzle. Place the numbers one to nine in the squares so that none of the rows, columns or diagonals have the same sum.

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homework wed 2/25

Posted in Uncategorized on February 25, 2009 by churchill8mathd

Just do the 2 word problems below

Problem: The length of a rectangle is four times as long as its width. The area of the rectangle is 100 metres squared. What are the dimensions of the rectangle?

Problem: My father is four times as old as me. In 20 years, he will be only twice as old as me. How old is my father and how old am I?

Homework Monday 2/23

Posted in Uncategorized on February 23, 2009 by churchill8mathd

Do the next 4 word problems in your packet from where you left off in class.

Problem: Bob is reading a 445 page book. He has already read 157 pages. If he reads 24 pages a day, how long will it take him to finish the book?
Part 2

Bob read 157 pages of a 445 page book. He finished the rest in 9 days. How many pages did he average each day while completing the book?

Homework Thursday 2/19

Posted in Uncategorized on February 19, 2009 by churchill8mathd

Study for the quiz on Friday on Functions. Look over the practice problems I handed back today in class.

Problem:

You are joining the Churchill Basketball team. The cost of a new uniform is $ 45.00 plus $125.00 for shoes. Write a function and create a function table that shows the cost of getting 1 to 6 uniforms.

Homework Wednesday 2/18

Posted in Uncategorized on February 18, 2009 by churchill8mathd

Work on the page 8 of the packet. Combine like terms and solve the equations.

Problem: Jim has three times as many comic books as Charles. Charles has two-thirds as many comic books as Bob. Bob has 27 comic books. How many comic books does Jim have.

Homework Tuesday 3/17

Posted in Uncategorized on February 17, 2009 by churchill8mathd

Finish the word problems given in class. Solve them any way you would like. We will talk about writing them into equations.

Problem: Jane was walking the long way home from school. She started walking East. She walked 3 km East when she met a dog. She ran back to the school and decided to take the alternative route. So she walked North 4 km to her home. If she had walked straight home from where she met the dog, how far would it have been to her home?

Homework Thursday 2/13

Posted in Uncategorized on February 13, 2009 by churchill8mathd

Finish page 14 in your packets be careful there are absolute signs in the last two problems. That means any amount within those symbols is positive because absolute value is asking how far that amount is from zero.

Question: A middle school has 1200 students. Of these, 25% are in the eighth grade. Yesterday, 95% of all eighth graders were present. How many eighth-grade students were absent yesterday?

2/11 Homework

Posted in Uncategorized on February 11, 2009 by churchill8mathd

Finish page 12-13 in the packet you received today. If needed change the equations into function form and graph.

Question: The Adams family was going to buy a car for $5800. The car dealer offered the Adams family two options for buying the car. They could pay the full amount in cash, or they could pay $1000.00 down and $230.00 a month for 24 months on the installment plan. How much more would they pay for the car on the installment plan?

Homework 2/10

Posted in Uncategorized on February 10, 2009 by churchill8mathd

Finish the handout on Functions. Most of you shoud have 2 problems left. Make sure you graph the results below the problem or on a sheet of graph paper.

Question: The cost of Cynthia’s dinner is $15.20. She pays an additional tip that is 20% of the
cost of the dinner. What is the best estimate for the amount of the tip?