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Unit 1: Real Numbers, Exponents, and Scientific Notation

Module 1: Real Numbers Cornell Notes

1.1 Rational and Irrational Numbers Walkout Homework
1.2 Sets of Real Numbers Walkout Homework
1.3 Ordering Real Numbers Walkout Homework

Module 2: Exponents and Scientific Notation Cornell Notes

2.1 Integer Exponents Walkout Homework
2.2 Scientific Notation with Positive Powers of 10 Walkout Homework
2.3 Scientific Notation with Negative Powers of 10 Walkout Homework
2.4 Operations with Scientific Notation Walkout Homework

Unit 1 Study Guide 

Unit 2: Proportional and Non proportional Relationships and Functions

Module 3: Proportional Relationships Cornell Notes
3.1 Representing Proportional Relationships Walkout Homework
3.2 Rate of Change and Slope Walkout Homework
3.3 Interpreting the Unit Rate and Slope Walkout Homework

Module 4: Non Proportional Relationships Cornell Notes
4.1 Representing Linear Non Proportional Relationships Walkout Homework
4.2 Determining Slope and y-intercept Walkout Homework
4.3 Graphing Linear Non Proportional Relationships Using Slope and Y Intercept Walkout Homework 
4.4 Proportional and Non Proportional Situations Walkout Homework
Module 4 Quiz p.121

Module 5: Writing Linear Equations Cornell Notes
5.1 Writing Linear Equations from Situations and Graphs Walkout Homework
5.2 Writing Linear Equations from a table Walkout    Homework
5.3 Linear Relationships and Bi variate Data Walkout   Homework

Module 6: Functions Cornell Notes
6.1 Identifying and Representing Functions Walkout   Homework
6.2 Describing Functions Walkout    Homework
6.3 Comparing Functions Walkout   Homework
6.4 Analyzing Graphs Walkout    Homework

Unit 2 Study Guide p.182-188       Vacation Quiz 

Unit 3 Solving Equations and Systems of Equations

Module 7: Solving Linear Equations Cornell Notes
7.1 Equations with variable on both sides Walkout   Homework
7.2 Equations with Rational Numbers Walkout   Homework
7.3 Equations with the Distributive Property Walkout   Homework
7.4 Equations with Many Solutions or No Solution Walkout   Homework
Module 7 Quiz p.221

Module 8: Solving Systems of Linear Equations Cornell Notes
8.1 Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Graphing Walkout Homework
8.2 Solving Systems by Substitution Walkout Homework
8.3 Solving Systems by Elimination Walkout Homework
8.4 Solving Systems by Elimination with Multiplication Walkout Homework
8.5 Solving Special Systems Walkout Homework
Module 8 Quiz p.265

Unit 4 Transformational Geometry 

Module 9: Transformations and Congruence Cornell Notes
9.1 Properties of Translations Walkout Homework
9.2 Properties of Reflections Walkout Homework
9.3 Properties of Rotations Walkout Homework
9.4 Algebraic Representations of Transformations Walkout Homework
9.5 Congruent Figures Walkout Homework
Module 9 Quiz p.309

Module 10: Transformations and Similarity Cornell Notes
10.1 Properties of Dilations Walkout Homework
10.2 Algebraic Representations of Dilations Walkout Homework
10.3 Similar Figures Walkout Homework

Unit 5 Measurement Geometry

Module 11: Angle Relationships in Parallel Lines and Triangles Cornell Notes
11.1 Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal Walkout Homework
11.2 Angle Theorems for Triangles Walkout Homework
11.3 Angle-Angle Similarity Walkout Homework
Module 11 Quiz p.369

Module 12: The Pythagorean Theorem Cornell Notes
12.1 The Pythagorean Theorem Walkout Homework
12.2 Converse of the Pythagorean Theorem Walkout Homework
12.3 Distance Between Two Points Walkout Homework
Module 12 Quiz p.393 

13.1 Volume of Cylinders Walkout Homework
13.2 Volume of Cones Walkout Homework
13.3 Volume of Spheres Walkout Homework

Unit 6 Statistics

Module 14: Scatter Plots Cornell Notes
14.1 Scatter Plots and Association Walkout Homework
14.2 Trend Lines and Predictions Walkout Homework
Module 14 Quiz p.445

Module 15: Two Way Tables
15.1 Two Way Frequency Tables Walkout Homework
15.2 Two Way Relative Frequency Tables Walkout Homework
Module 15 Quiz p.465