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Ms. Frei and Mrs. Scardino welcome you to the 7th & 8th grade math
website for the Merton Intermediate page.

Ms. Frei                                                                                   Mrs. Scardino

Required Materials:
All students are expected to have the following materials every day in Math class.
• Math Textbook
• Notebook
• Charged chromebook or personal device with access to Google classroom and TenMarks
• Pencil and Pen
• Calculator
• Headphones/ear buds

Homework / Grading Policies:
• If a student is absent, it is his or her responsibility to check Skyward to see what happened in class and what was assigned. Teachers will direct students and families to these resources when asked what was missed.
• Late/Absent work will be recorded in Skyward as missing  until the teacher is notified that the student has submitted his or her work.
 Algebra A CurriculumReview of Past MaterialsChapter 1: Expressions, Equations, and FunctionsEvaluate ExpressionsApply Order of OperationsWrite ExpressionsWrite Equations and InequalitiesUse a Problem Solving PlanUse Precision and MeasurementRepresent Functions as Rules and TablesRepresent Functions as GraphsChapter 2: Solving Linear EquationsFind Square Roots and Compare Real NumbersSolve One-Step EquationsSolve Two-Step EquationsSolve Multi-Step EquationsSolve Equations with Variable on Both SidesWrite Ratios and ProportionsSolve Proportions Using Cross ProductsRewrite Equations and FormulasGeometry UnitChapter 3: Graphing Linear Equations and FunctionsPlot Points in a Coordinate PlaneGraph Linear EquationsGraph Using InterceptsFind Slope and Rate of ChangeGraph Using Slope-Intercept FormModel Direct VariationGraph Linear FunctionsChapter 4: Writing Linear EquationsWrite Linear Equations in Slope-Intercept FormUse Linear Equations in Slope-Intercept FormWrite Linear Equations in Point-Slope FormWrite Linear Equations in Standard FormWrite Equations of Parallel and Perpendicular LinesFit a Line to DataPredict with Linear ModelsChapter 5: Solving and Graphing Linear InequalitiesSolve Inequalities Using Addition and SubtractionSolve Inequalities Using Multiplication and DivisionSolve Multi-Step InequalitiesSolve Compound InequalitiesSolve Absolute Value EquationsSolve Absolute Value InequalitiesGraph Linear Inequalities in Two-Variables Algebra B CurriculumReview of Chapter 5: Solving and Graphing Linear InequalitiesChapter 6: Expressions, Equations, and FunctionsSolve Linear Systems by GraphingSolve Linear Systems by SubstitutionSolve Linear Systems by Adding and SubtractingSolve Linear Systems by Multiplying FirstSolve Special Types of Linear SystemsSolve Systems of Linear InequalitiesChapter 7: Exponents and Exponential FunctionsApply Exponent Properties Involving ProductsApply Exponent Properties Involving QuotientsDefine and Use Zero and Negative Exponents Write and Graph Exponential Growth FunctionsWrite and Graph Exponential Decay FunctionsChapter 8: Polynomials and FactoringAdd and Subtract PolynomialsMultiply Polynomials Find Special Products of PolynomialsSolve Polynomial Equations in Factored FormFactor x^2 +bx+cFactor ax^2+bx+cFactor Special ProductsFactor Polynomials CompletelyChapter 9: Quadratic Equations and FunctionsGraph y = ax^2+cGraph y= ax^2 + bx + cSolve Quadratic Equations by GraphingUse Square Roots to Solve Quadratic EquationsSolve Quadratic Equations by Completing the SquareSolve Quadratic Equations by the Quadratic FormulaSolve Systems with Quadratic EquationsCompare Linear, Exponential, and Quadratic ModelsModel RelationshipsChapter 10: Solving and Graphing Linear InequalitiesAnalyze Surveys and SamplesUse Measures of Central Tendency and DispersionAnalyze DataInterpret Stem and Leaf Plots and HistogramsInterpret Box and Whisker PlotsChapter 11: ProbabilityFind Probabilities and OddsFind Probabilities Using PermutationsFind Probabilities Using CombinationsFind Probabilities of Disjoint and Overlapping EventsFind Probabilities of Independent and Dependent Events
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