3rd Grading Reviewer/Quick notes on Math VII
* Algebra – is a branch of mathematics that focuses on demonstrating the properties and relationships of abstract things in symbolic form or in which symbols, usually letters of the alphabet, represent numbers or members of a specified set and are used to represent quantities and to express general relationships that hold for all members of the set. * Variable - is a symbol, usually a letter, such as x, y, or z, used to represent an unknown number. * Constant - an object or symbol that does not change its value in a particular problem or discussion e.g. pi. * Algebraic Expression - is a collection of numbers, variables, symbols for operations, and symbols for grouping. * Diophantus – a Greek mathematician in the 3rd century, was for some time called the “Father of Algebra”. * Musa al-Khowarizimi – an Arabian mathematician in the 9th century was awarded the title the “Father of Algebra”. The word algebra was taken from his treatise Al-jabr. * Polynomial - is an algebraic expression that represents a sum of one or more terms containing whole-number exponents on the variables. In a polynomial, a variable cannot appear (1) in a denominator, (2) as an exponent, or (3) within a radical sign. * A term is that part of an algebraic expression separated by + or – signs. Ex: 7x + 3 has two terms: 7x and 3. (7x is a variable term while 3 is a constant term). * The numerical part of a term is called its numerical coefficient. Ex: the numerical coefficient of 9m is 9, the numerical coefficient of –15x3y2 is –15, the numerical coefficient of x is 1. * Terms with exactly the same variables that have the same exponents are called like or similar terms. * Dissimilar terms are terms whose literal factors are not exactly alike. Ex. 3xy^2; 3x^2y; * Monomial – a polynomial with one term

* Binomial – a polynomial with two terms
* Trinomial – a polynomial with three terms...

...Language Reviewer
1. Writing the correct plural of nouns that agree w/ the verbs in the sentence
Ex. Wrong- They sell furnitures in their store.
Correct-They sell pieces of furniture in their store.
Wrong- The girls bought expensive bag at Gucci.
Correct-The girls bought expensive bags at Gucci.
2. Identifying the use of nouns as S, PN, DA, IO, DO
Ex. SUBJECT- Children tease her and call her names.
PREDICATE-Leila is a new student.
DIRECT ADRESS- Children, you should treat Leila with respect.
INDIRECT OBJECT-Fr. Reyes hugged Joseph during the mass.
DIRECT OBJECT-Joseph recited a long prayer.
3. Constructing sentences using the given nouns as directed
Ex. My (fathers, father) is always busy.
We have many (responsibilities, responsibility) to fulfill.
4. Supplying the sentences with the kind of pronouns asked for
Ex. ( Personal) Shamcey represented the Philippines in the Miss Universe 2011 pageant in which she was declared 3rd runner-up.
5. Choosing the correct pronouns that complete the sentences
Ex. The teachers and ( we, us ) went to the museum.
(She, Her) runs fast.
6. Identifying verbs in the sentence and labeling them as action or be-verbs
Ex. People seemed unaware of the present condition of our planet.=Be verb
Different kind of plants and animals grow on Earth.=Action verb
7. Identifying the given verb as...

...treated equally and given...
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Now that I look back and think about him, I believe that he a very special grading system of his own. Girls get an "A", boys get a "B or C" and smokers get...
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the particular subject or thing. So these are the few examples of negativity of the grading system....

...determine the appropriate cutoff points for her grading curve. Generally, she wants to set the cutoff points so that the following distribution of grades is observed in the student body:
F 5%
D 10%
C 35%
B 35%
A 15%
Professor Reynolds has five possible grading curves. For example, in Grading Curve 1, she will assign As to test scores from 80 to 100. She wants you to evaluate each grading curve scenario and determine which one results in a distribution of grades closest to her proposed distribution. After you choose which of the five scenarios fits the data the best, she wants you to use Solver to determine whether there is a grading curve that is even closer to the desired distribution of grades.
STUDENT start FILE
NP_Excel2010_T10_CP1a_FirstLastName_1.xlsx (Note: Download your personalized start file from www.cengage.com/sam2010)
Instructions
Open the file NP_Excel2010_T10_CP1a_FirstLastName_1.xlsx and save the file as NP_Excel2010_T10_CP1a_FirstLastName_2.xlsx before you move to the next step. Verify that your name appears in cell B4 of the Documentation sheet. (Note: Do not edit the Documentation sheet. If your name does not appear in cell B4, please download a new copy of the start file from the SAM Web site.)
2. The Test Score worksheet contains a table of individual student scores and a table for the grading curve. In the...

...Math • English Language Arts • Science • Social Studies Physical Education • World Language • The Arts
What your child will learn in
Parent Guide Grade 3
Grade 3
What your child will learn
English Language Arts
Reading Comprehension
• Find important details in a story and tell what the story is mostly about • Determine the main idea and key supporting details when reading • Make predictions and draw conclusions when reading • Distinguish fact from opinion • Understand cause and effect • Retell a story, including the setting, main characters, and all key events • Describe what a story is mainly about using important details • Make predictions and draw conclusions using clues in the text • Tell whether a statement is fact or opinion and why • Explain whether a given event is a cause or an effect • Oral and written retellings of stories • Performances of plays based on stories • Story maps, projects, or charts that show understanding of the story • Have your child read and follow written instructions (i.e., a recipe) • Have your child retell events from a movie, TV show, or story • Take your child to the library to check out books • Read with your child
Reading Fluency
• Use phonics skills to figure out unknown words • Choose books for independent reading • Read high frequency words • Reread familiar stories, poems, or passages to build fluency
Vocabulary
• Continue to learn new words while reading and participating in...

...Grade7 Math Test
Fractions, decimals and percents
Part A: Multiple Choice - Circle the letter of the correct answer. (20 marks)
1. Estimate which answer is less than 1.
a) b) c) d)
2. Which quiz mark would be the same as 80%?
a) b) c) d)
3. What is the best estimate for the percentage that is shaded in the diagram?
a) 33% b) 50% c) 66% d) 110%
4. How much is of 35 ?
a) 175 b) 70 c) 14 d) 7
5. A recipe calls for of a cup of sugar. Jordan wants to make of the recipe. How much sugar will Jordan need?
A. B. C. D.
6. In the gym of the people are men, of the people are women, and the rest are children. If there are 420 people in the gym, how many are children?
A. 105 B. 175 C. 245 D. 120
7. Which answer is least ?
A. 3 - 1
B. +
C. 1 + 1
D. 2 -
8. Which of the following fractions can be written as a terminating decimal?
A. B. C. D.
9. Which decimal represents ?
A. 0.125 B. 0.58 C. 0.6 D. 0.625
10. 1 is fractions between which set of numbers?
A. 1.3 and 1.4
B. 1.2 and 1.3
C. 1.1 and 1.2
D. 1.4 and 1.5
11. Write the fraction in simplest form (lowest terms)
A.
B.
C.
D.
12. Which does not mean 75%?
A.
B. 0.75
C.
D.
13. If = 0.090909…. = 0.181818…. = 0.272727….. Then 0.6363636……would equal:
A.
B....

...CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTION
Aklan Valley High School is a secondary school established at 2002 and is based at Andagao, Kalibo, Aklan. Aklan Valley High School is composed of more than 600 students. Like other schools, AVHS has its own fair share of delinquent students especially in Science and Technology subject.
Science comes from the Latin word scire, meaning to know. It is a systematic body of knowledge about a particular subject. It is also the study of the physical and natural world phenomena, especially by using systematic observation and experiment. While technology refers to the study of development, and application of devices, machines and techniques for manufacturing and productive processes. Today, a good education in Science and technology is very important because of its usefulness in career such as Chemistry, Biology, Geology, Medicine, and other related fields. Its knowledge will help students to understand how things around them work. It will also encourage the accurate and precise thinking in solving, unlike other subject even your answer is not accurate it is taken for granted.
Good study habits facilitate learning and develop an individual for future adjustment while, poor study habits hinders learning. Many of our students who are above average in intelligence could not achieve as expected due to poor study habits. It is therefore believed that necessary remedy must be given so that performance and wholesome study habits can be expected from...

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7th Grade Math Course Syllabus
Time: 3rd Period
Textbook: Basic Mathematics, 4th Edition
Course Description: Students begin to develop arithmetic skills that will lead them to more challenging mathematics courses. Students are also introduced to other branches of mathematics. Topics in this course include the following:
Basic Skills
Measurement
Algebra
Graphs, Statistics and Probability
Business Mathematics
Geometry
Pythagorean Rule and Trigonometry
Scientific Notation
Metric System
Materials: 1 in. 3 ring binder, Tab dividers: Class Info., Bellringers, Notes, Homework, Tests/Quizzes; Notebook paper, Graph paper, pencils, pens, basic $1 calculator
Things We Can Use: tissues, hand sanitizer, baby wipes, expo markers
Grading Procedure: Grades are determined by dividing the number of points earned by the total number of points possible.
100 – 90 A
89 – 80 B
79 – 70 C
69 – 60 D
Below 60 F
Edline will be updated weekly with any graded work. However, work that is turned in late for any reason, including excused absences, may not be entered the day it is turned in.
What Makes Up Your Grade:
1. Bellringer Activities (10 points each week) – Before class begins, you will have a bellringer activity to complete. Upon entering the classroom, turn in your homework, be seated and begin working on the activity.
2. Homework Checks (10 points each) – You will have...

...cherry, date, egg}
Here is a table for you:
| List | Number of
subsets |
zero elements | {} | |
one element | | |
two elements | | |
three elements | | |
four elements | | |
five elements | | |
Total: | |
(Was there a pattern to the numbers?)
Sets with Six Elements
What about:
{apple, banana, cherry, date, egg, fudge}
OK ... we don't need to complete a table, because...
... you should be able to see a pattern by now!
Doubling
The first thing to notice is that the total number of subsets doubles each time:
A set with n elements has 2n subsets
So you should be able to answer:
* How many subsets are there for a set of 6 elements? _____
* How many subsets are there for a set of 7 elements? _____
Another Pattern
Let's go back to consider how many subsets of each size there were
* The empty set has just 1 subset: 1
* A set with one element has 1 subset with no elements and 1 subset with one element: 1 1
* A set with two elements has 1 subset with no elements, 2 subsets with one element and 1 subset with two elements: 1 2 1
* A set with three elements has 1 subset with no elements, 3 subsets with one element, 3 subsets with two elements and 1 subset with three elements: 1 3 3 1
* and so on!
Do you recognize this pattern of numbers?
They are the numbers from Pascal's Triangle!
This is very useful, because now you can check if you have the right number of subsets....