*For ES1A and ES1B**Teacher:**Mrs. Rhoads**Please remember to reload this frame if you are reading it in Fronter!*

Here are the preliminary grade for the National Tests: NationalTestGrades

- Math Clinic 14.50 in room 4315

- National Test work

- Math Nationals 9 - 11

- ES1A in Room 5312
- ES1B in Room 6503
- Part II

- More detailed solutions required

- More detailed solutions required

- National Test work
- Extra math help in room 4315 @ 15:00

- Extra math help in room 6317 @ 13:30

- National Test work
- Questions 12-21 on the Review A Course are no longer included in Math A and you can safely ignore them

- Self study of old National Tests (due to illness)
- Someone will/should let you into the room in order for you to work there.
- Even though I'm hope sick guys...it's important that you continue working with the old National tests that I gave you on Friday. Any questions you might have, we can take up on Wednesday. (Try asking other students as well.)

- Mrs. Rhoads' extra Math A help times:

- Thursday Jan 15th @ 13:30 (6317)
- Monday Jan 19th at 15.00 in room 3407
- If there are too many ppl for 6317 we'll also open up room 6504

- Tuesday Jan 20th: 9 - 11

- ES1A in Room 5312
- ES1B in Room 6503
- Part II

- More detailed solutions required

- More detailed solutions required

- Friday Jan 23rd: 8:30 - 9:30

- ES1A & ES1B in the Auditorium
- Part I

- Recommended time 25 minutes
- Often answer only questions
- No calculator allowed

- Investigational Question

- Longer question which often detailed written solutions
- Calculator allowed (must turn in Part I in order to use calculator)

- Averages: Mean, Median, Mode and Range
- Recommended Exercises:

- p.382 Ex1C (every third)
- p.387 Ex3C (even)
- p.394 3,6,7,8,13

- Handouts

- Spring 2005: Part I & Part II

- Grading Criteria - only available in Swedish (unfortunately)

- Grading Criteria - only available in Swedish (unfortunately)
- Spring 2002: Part I & Part II

- Grading Criteria - only available in Swedish (unfortunately)

- Grading Criteria - only available in Swedish (unfortunately)
- Last Year's Mock National
- Review A Course
- MathProblemsFromBook

- Spring 2005: Part I & Part II

- Tests were handed back and gone through.
- GradesForWeek50Test

- Information updated Jan8th, 2008
- Please check to see that your book code matches this information and that your test grades are correct.

- Orgininal test and solutions
- Old National Tests

- Spring 2005: Part I & Part II

- Grading Criteria - only available in Swedish (unfortunately)

- Grading Criteria - only available in Swedish (unfortunately)
- Spring 2002: Part I & Part II

- Grading Criteria - only available in Swedish (unfortunately)

- Grading Criteria - only available in Swedish (unfortunately)
- National Tests in Mathematics Earlier given tests

- Spring 2005: Part I & Part II

- Welcome to the New Year
- Sorry about not having the GradesForWeek50Test up sooner.
- Here is the orgininal test and solutions as well.

- Exponential Functions
- Have a
*Merry (American) / Happy (British) Christmas*and a*Happy New Year*!!! - Keep studying and look here for more information during the break!

- Drawing Curves
- Function notation f(x)=y: f(x)=2x-6 → f(2)=2(2)-6 → f(2)=-2
- Recommended Exercises: p.265 #17-20
- Recommended Video:

- Drawing Curves
- Function notation f(x)=y: f(x)=2x-6 → f(2)=2(2)-6 → f(2)=-2
- Recommended Exercises: p.265 #17-20
- Recommended Video:

- TestTwo (test copy and solutions coming soon)

- Review

- Topics for TestTwoReview
- Math Test by Jennifer (5Mb)

- Topics for TestTwoReview

- Linear Inequalities
- Indices
- Recommended Exercises

- p.348-9 Ex1C (choose one column)
- p.249-50 Ex9C
- p.350-1 Ex2C (choose one column)

- Last day for working with Geometry problems
- Recommended Exercises

- p.215 Ex27E #1-6,12
- p.218 Ex28E 1-13 odd

- Last day for working with Geometry problems
- Recommended Exercises

- p.215 Ex27E #1,3,5,6
- p.218 Ex28E 1-13 odd

- Quiz
- Even more Geometry
- Recommended Exercises

- p.211 Ex 25E

- p.211 Ex 25E

- p.194 # 22 for extra credit on Friday's quiz

- Don't forget to ask my 2nd year Math C students for help on the equation (2x)
^{2}+ (2x)^{2}= (20-2x)^{2} - They only need to write down the exact solution on your paper and sign it.

- Don't forget to ask my 2nd year Math C students for help on the equation (2x)
- ES1A

- Volumes
- p.207 Ex 23C (odd)
- p.209 Ex 24C (odd)

- ES1B

- Circle Sectors and Arcs - a percentage of the circle
- Recommended Exercises

- p. 199-200 Ex 20E (not 8)
- p. 201 Ex 21E (1,5,7,8)

- Working with Circles
- Recommended Exercises

- p.193 Ex 18E
- p.196 #2-5

- Quiz p.153 #20 and p.175 #7
- Circle Sectors and Arcs - a percentage of the circle
- Recommended Exercises

- p. 199-200 Ex 20E (not 8)
- p. 201 Ex 21E (1,5,7,8)

- Quiz (p.154 #25 and p.175 #7)
- ES1A

- Working with Circles
- Recommended Exercises

- p.193 Ex 18E
- p.196 #2-5

*Reminder of Quiz on Monday*

- ES1B

- Areas etc
- Recommended Exercises

- p.180-2 Ex 13C
- p.185-6 #11-16
- p.185-8 Ex 15C (1-13)

- ES1A

- Areas etc
- Recommended Exercises

- p.180-2 Ex 13C
- p.185-6 #11-16
- p.185-8 Ex 15C

- EA1B

- Geometry Lecture

- Geometry Lecture

- No class due to Operations Dagsverke

- Geometry Lecture

- Quiz: Equation of a line
- ES1A

- Angles

- Alternate Angles
- Corresponding

- Pythagorean Theorem
- Recommmended Exercises (every other question):

- p.152-4 Ex1C ( Answer p.154 no 27)
- p.172-4 Ex 10C
- p.175-178 Ex 11E (not 16)

- Angles
- ES1B

- Pythagorean Theorem

- p.172-4 Ex 10C
- p.175-178 Ex 11E (not 16)

- Pythagorean Theorem
- Recommended Links for Equation of a line:

- Math is Fun: Equation of a Straight Line
- Tutorial on Equation of Line - we use the
*slope intercept form* - Some practice questions
- Linear Equations: Given Point and Slope
- Linear Equations: Given Two Points
- Graphing the Equation of a Line:Table of Values
- Graphing the Equation of a Line: Slope and Y-Intercept

- ES1A

- Finding the equation of a line (y = mx + c)

- Need either:

- two points OR
- a point and a slope

- Need either:
- Self review of Real-life Graphs
- Recommmended Exercises:

- p.132 Ex27E
- p.133 Ex28C

- Finding the equation of a line (y = mx + c)
- ES1B

- Angles

- Alternate Angles
- Corresponding

- Recommmended Exercises:

- p.152-4 Ex1C

- p.152-4 Ex1C

- Angles

- Finding the equation of a line (y = mx + c)

- Need either:

- two points OR
- a point and a slope

- Need either:
- Self review of Real-life Graphs
- Recommmended Exercises:

- p.132 Ex27E
- p.133 Ex28C

- No lektion due to illness

- No lektion due to illness

*No class due to Y1 Conferences and Y2/3 Development Talks*- Here is the copy of the test from earlier:

- Investigating the intercept constant c
- Using the intercept to graph straight lines
- Recommended Exercises:

- p.130 Ex 26C, group 2 problems and graph using new graphing technique in the same coordinate system, check with 3 others for answers.

- p.130 Ex 26C, group 2 problems and graph using new graphing technique in the same coordinate system, check with 3 others for answers.

- Investigating the intercept constant c
- Using the intercept to graph straight lines
- Recommended Exercises:

- p.130 Ex 26C, group 2 problems and graph using new graphing technique in the same coordinate system, check with 3 others for answers.

- p.130 Ex 26C, group 2 problems and graph using new graphing technique in the same coordinate system, check with 3 others for answers.

- Quiz - Graphical Solution to Simultaneous Equations
- Returning Tests and getting a chance to see where you made mistakes

- Graphic solutions of simultaneous equations
- Recommended Exercises:

- p.140 Ex30C
- p.142 Ex31C (using graphical method and not substitution)

- Graphic solutions of simultaneous equations
- Recommended Exercises:

- p.140 Ex30C
- p.142 Ex31C (using graphical method and not substitution)

- Finding solutions by "Trial and Improvement(Error)"
- Recommended Exercises:

- p.111 Ex17C
- p.112-4 Ex 18E (not 12 & 13)

- Test ONE!!!

- Finding solutions by "Trial and Improvement(Error)"
- Recommended Exercises:

- p.111 Ex17C
- p.112-4 Ex 18E (not 12 & 13)

- Graphing Linear Equations

- Recommended Exercises: p.124 Ex12C

- Recommended Exercises: p.124 Ex12C

*ES1A and ES1B*Equations and Word Problems Quiz*ES1B*

- Graphing Linear Equations
- Recommended Exercises: p.124 Ex12C

*ES1A*

- Sequences
- Recommended Exercises: p.115 Ex19C

*ES1B*Sequences

- Recommended Exercises: p.115 Ex19C

- Recommended Exercises: p.115 Ex19C
*ES1A*Word Problems

- Solving Word Problems 101

- Read through the problem entirely
- Read through the problem and make your own notes
- Translate your notes into math
- Solve/Simplify your math
- Read through the problem again and answer the question

- Recommended Exercises

- p.104 Ex13C
- p.106 Ex14C
- p.108 Ex15C

- Solving Word Problems 101

- Solving Word Problems 101

- Read through the problem entirely
- Read through the problem and make your own notes
- Translate your notes into math
- Solve/Simplify your math
- Read through the problem again and answer the question

- Recommended Exercises

- p.104 Ex13C
- p.106 Ex14C
- p.108 Ex15C

- Create your own equation and scenario for an equation

- similar to Ex10C p.103 and Ex12C p.104
- includes distribution like for example 3(x-10)
- has a denominator and numerator that has a variable in it
- takes more than 3 steps to solve

- Make sure that you can solve it

- Quiz based on last recommended exercises
- Solving equations with fractions
- Cross multiplication

- Recommended Exercises

- p.103 Ex10C
- p.104 Ex12C

*Don't forget about Math Clinic on Thursdays @ 14.50 - 17.00 in room 4315 with Mr. Nash for those that have difficulties!!!*

- Solving Equations
- Recommended Exercises

- p.102 Ex9C
- p.103 Ex11C
- p.104 Ex13C

- Parenthesis Expansion
- Binomial Expansion
- Recommended Exercises

- p.95 Ex3C
- p.98 Ex4C (not 5)
- p.98 Ex5C 1-14

- Quiz on Expressions
- Creating Expressions
- Simplifying Expresssions
- Recommended Exercises

- p.89 Test Yourself 1-12 (6 is a trick question) - Do this as if it were a real test.
- p.92-3 Ex1C
- p.94 2C (second column)

- For those of you interested in the fruits I talked about in class

- Beginning Algebra
- Evaluation of Expressions
- Recommended Links

- Standard Form
- Recommended Links

- Recommended Exercises

- p.65-7 Ex18C all
- p.68 Ex 19C 1-24 (and the rest if you like)

- Standard Form
- Recommended Links

- Recommended Exercises

- P.65-6 Ex18C 1-28
- p.68 Ex19C 1-25

- Order of operations - BIDMAS or Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally
- Using you calculator effectively
- Recommended Links

- Recommended Exercises

- p.58 Ex11C (even)
- p.59 Ex12C (13-30)
- p.60 Ex13C (10-18)
- p.61-2 Ex14C (third column)
- p.63 Ex17C Calculator Words

- Permille and ppm - Handout
- Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) - Note: BAC is normally given in percent (%) 1/100 but in Sweden it is given in per mille (‰) 1/1000.

- Percentage profit/loss => old price * percentage multiplier = new price
- Reverse percentages => old = new / pm
- Compound interest (and powers)
- Recommended Exercises

- p.52 Ex6C choose left or right
- p.52 Ex7C choose 5
- p.54 Ex8C (every third)
- p.56 EX9C (even)

- Reverse percentages
- Compound interest (and powers)
- Recommended Exercises

- p.54 Ex8C (odd)
- p.56 EX9C (even)

*(ES1B)*

- Quiz on fractions and negative numbers
- Working out (basic) percentages
- Percentage multiplier = new price / old price

- p.48 Ex2C & 3C (3rd column)
- p.49 Ex4C (first column)
- p.49-51 Ex 5c (1-13 odd)

*(ES1A)*

- Percentage multiplier = new price / old price
- Percentage profit/loss = diff / old price

- p.49 Ex4C (first column)
- p.49-51 Ex5C (1-13 odd)
- p.52 Ex6c (choose one side)
- p.52 Ex7c (choose 5)

- No class due to sports day

- Negative numbers

- p.35-38 (every third)

- p.35-38 (every third)
- Converting between percentages, fractions, and decimals
- For those who need more help on long division - Links for long division

- Added MathLinks

- Quiz on fractions and negative numbers
- Converting between percentages, fractions, and decimals
- Working out (basic) percentages
- Links for Percent
- p48 Ex 2C and 3C (first and third columns)
- For those who need more help on long division - Links for long division

- Added FavoriteGeneralMathWebsites

*ES1B*

- Map Scales

- p.33 Ex23C and Ratios handout

- p.33 Ex23C and Ratios handout

- Map Scales
*ES1A*

- Negative numbers
- p.35-38 (every third)

*ES1A*

- Math Diagnostic

- Math Diagnostic
*ES1B*

- Course Criteria (Link to to the National School Agency's National Criteria)

- Estimating and Rounding
- Approximations
- Significant Figures
- Decimal Places
- Ratios
- Exercises

- p.27 Ex19C (every third)
- p.28 Ex20C 1-3
- p.30 Ex21C (every other)
- p.31 EX22C (odd)

- Course Criteria (Link to to the National School Agency's National Criteria)

- Math Diagnostic

- Course Criteria (Link to to the National School Agency's National Criteria)
- Estimating and Rounding

- Estimating and Rounding Decimals (has a good self test)

- Estimating and Rounding Decimals (has a good self test)
- Estimating and Rounding (has some practice questions)

- Find the place value you want (the "rounding digit") and look at the digit just to the right of it.
- If that digit is less than 5, do not change the rounding digit but drop all digits to the right of it.
- If that digit is greater than or equal to five, add one to the rounding digit and drop all digits to the right of it.

- Approximations

- Significant Figures

- Non-zero digits are always significant.
- Any zeros between two significant digits are significant.
- A final zero or trailing zeros in the decimal portion ONLY are significant.

- Decimal Places

- Significant Figures
- Ratios
- Exercises

- p.27 Ex19C (every third)
- p.28 Ex20C 1-3
- p.30 Ex21C (every other)
- p.31 EX22C (odd)
- p.33 Ex23C (even)

- MathVideos: Added videos for Fractions, Decimals, and Long Division.

*ES1B*

- Meet in the computer room 4311 for an introduction to Fronter.

- Meet in the computer room 4311 for an introduction to Fronter.
*ES1A*

- Fractions

- Multiplying/Dividing
- Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions
- Addition/Subtraction

- p.20-25 every third question
- If you're having problems check out the MathVideos on fractions

- Fractions

*ES1B*

- Fractions

- Multiplying/Dividing Fractions
- Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions

- p.23 Ex17C 5-6
- p.24 Ex18C 1-3
- Continue on to Addition and Subtraction of Fractions and work through some excercises on pp.22-25

- Fractions
*ES1A*no class due to carnival preparations

- Getting and registering books with library
- Reminder about purchasing calculators...
- Mrs. Rhoads learning names... :D
- Arithmetic without calculators

*Mixed problems: p.7 ex 8c 1-18 even**Word Problems p.10-11 ex11c 1-13 odd*

- Getting and registering books with library
- Reminder about purchasing calculators...
- Mrs. Rhoads learning names... :D
- Arithmetic without calculators

*Mixed problems: p.7 ex 8c 1-18 even**Word Problems p.10-11 ex11c 1-13 odd*