Queensborough Community College
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Home - 005 Syllabus -
Days/Locations - Tuesdays S218- Wednesdays A416 ( 3-4:40 pm)
FINAL EXAM - 12/18 3:30-5:30pm Room A311
Just a few more classes.
Homework- Complete the final exam. SHOW all Work!!
QUIZ today... on the following:
Comparing Fractions ( Numerator same, Denominator same- Both different)
If Both different - 3 methods please)
Complete with work and 10 each Summer 2006
Problems 12-18 on Summer 2006 with 10 each of the interactives
Up to 10 points on the next quiz for the summit book with the summit imp with dates and sections.....
GET 10 points added to the last quiz. SEE CHARLIE in Math Center.
Complete the quiz again and have him check you---- LINK
11/25- QUIZ tomorrow.... 4 questions - 10 minutes!-
Practice 6,7,10,11 on the final Summer 2006 ( above)
Problems 1-10 on Summer 2006 Final Exam LINK
Welcome to SUMMIT found on QCCMATH.webhop.org
Lets go to the online MA005 syllabus- Link
MA005 Syllabus 2.3
Lesson: on Adding and Subtracting Fractons with unlike denominators
Read pages preceding Page 128
Do the following problems on pages 128-131
Do 20 problems for each of the SUMMIT (aaamath.com) interactives below....
Mark the score and date on your SUMMIT IMP Spreadsheet
Attach the printed report totals to the SUMMIT IMP and remember tosave them by uinit
|8||1||Adding Fractions with Different Denominators|
|8||2||Subtracting Fractions with Different Denominators|
SEE a Screen capture of adding umlik fractions as well as a student explanation on SUMMITSAMPLES
located on qccmath.webhop.org
QUIZ- Area and Perimeter
Study formuals for Area LINK
Nov. 12 (9 more classes until the final)
Area of a circle
What is a Trapezoind?
TUESDAY QUIZ!!!! on Paper!!!!
ONLY 10 more visits!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
|25||6||Area of a Circle|
|25||4||Area of a Trapezoid|
Final Review Summer 2006
Define: angle, vertex, obtuse acute, perpendicular, right angle, line segment, obtuse, reflex angle, scalen, isoceles
What is the formula for:
Circumference of a Circle
Perimeter of a square
Perimeter of a rectangle
Watch the video Triangle Classification
Textbook problems 506-509
What is the difference between Perimeter (Circumference for a circle) and Area?
Please do 20 each and place it in your summit binder- Mark your score on the spreadsheet!
|25||1||Area of a Square|
|25||2||Area of a Rectangle|
|25||3||Area of a Parallelogram|
|25||5||Area of a Triangle|
MUST- DO THE FOLLOWING WITH FORMULAS ON PAPEER- A CHECK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Review - Get extra credit- do a Jing!!!!!!!
|13||Area of a Triangle|
Thousandths by Tenths
Thousandths by Hundredths
|14||Perimeter of a Rectangle|
Thousandths by Tenths
Thousandths by Hundredths
|15||Finding the Third Angle of a Triangle|
Perimeter and circumference
|24||Unit||PERIMETER AND CIRCUMFERENCE|
|24||1||Perimeter of a Square|
|24||2||Perimeter of a Rectangle|
|24||3||Perimeter of a Parallelogram|
|24||4||Circumference of a Circle|
Do the following problems on
Nov. 4th Election Day- All Should Vote
Name Sides Angles Triangle 3 3 Quadrilateral 4 4 Pentagon 5 5 Hexagon 6 6 Heptagon 7 7 Octagon 8 8 Nonagon 9 9 Decagon 10 10What is the sum of the internal angles of a triangle. Use this interactive LINKReview Types of angles Acute, Right, Obtuse and ReflexThank you John page of www.mathopenref.com
Please use the Math Open Ref. Interactive
Take an angle quiz (optional)
Identifying Types of Triangles by Angles
Types of triangles based on their angles
A RIGHT triangle has one 90o angle.
An OBTUSE triangle has one angle that is greater than 90o.
An ACUTE triangle has all three angles less than 90o.Identifying Triangles by their Sides
An EQUILATERAL triangle has all three sides the same length.
An ISOSCELES triangle has two sides with the same length.
A SCALENE triangle has all three sides different lengths.
Watch Professor Stein teach VIDEO - Triangle Classification
Please do 20 each. Print it and pace it in your summit binder
22 1 Identifying Triangles by Angles 22 2 Identifying Triangles by Sides
23 Finding the Third Angle of a Triangle 23 Finding the Fourth Angle of a Quadrilateral 23 Complementary Angles 23 Complementary or Supplementary Angles 23 Supplementary Angles
22 3 Types of Polygons
TEXT- Do the following problems on pages 494-497
20 each and place in your summit folder
When you do report totals incle the unit lesson number and your name
2.3 Pages 128-131 - 1,2,3,9,17,30,39,49,59,63,69
Homework for Oct 28
In Class Assignments due Oct 22
Now you try it on paper. frac_improperreduce.doc
20 problems each
Bring in your SUMMIT BINDER with sections, IMP Spreadsheet(with entries)- with homework write assignment and pages. ( Up to 20 points for bringing a complete binder ( beautiful) with headset)
Do a Jing and get 10 points additional.
In Class 10/15 Assignments due Oct 21
BRING IN SUMMIT PORTFOLIO WITH SECTIONS
YOUR SUMMIT IMP SREADSHEET WITH NOTATIONS OF DATES AND TIMES
YOUR MICROPHONE HEADSET
Do 20 each
Fractions and Decimals 7-4 Least Common Multiple
Fractions and Decimals 7-5 Least Common Denominator
add above to your SUMMIT
Do 10 of the following
Fractions 8-1 Adding Fractions with Different Denominators
add above to your SUMMIT
Adding unlike fractions
Syllabus 2.2 Do the reading and examples and place it in your SUMMIT Printed Portfolio
In Class 10/7 Assignments due Oct 14
BOOK CHECK- SUMMIT BINDER CHECK - NEXT TUESDAY!!!!!
Review Signed number addition and multiplication
Explain the concept or + and - of signed numbers
Dicover the rules for multiplication and division
What is the Identity Element of a base raised to a power(exponent)?
Write the list of the base 2 raised to the power of 5 ( at the top) down to the power of -5
What is a good name for any number raised to the power of 1?
Textbook 88-95 problems 1,3,5,7,13,19,29,31,63,69,81,87,93
|Fractions||7||1||Prime and Composite Numbers|
|and Decimals||7||2||Greatest Common Factor|
|Integers||28||3||One Digit Integer Addition Equations|
|28||4||One Digit Integer Subtraction Equations|
|28||5||Adding Two Digit Integers|
|28||8||Two Digit Integer Subtraction Equations|
|28||9||Add Three Integers|
|28||10||Three Digit Integer Addition Equations|
|28||11||Three Digit Integer Subtraction Equations|
In Class 9/24 Assignments due Oct 1
1.5- Whole Numbers- Exponents
Read 64-67- Problems:2,3,4,11,15,23,27,29,35,39,43,49,63,69,75,77, 96,97,99,105,107,108
|Exponents||32||1||Powers by Multiplication|
|32||3||Evaluate Squares II|
|32||6||Evaluate Integers with Exponents|
|and Order of|
|Operations||11||3||Order of Operations|
Create a jing video
In Class 9/23 Assignments due 9/24
What are the Identity elements for +, -, *, /
What is the Multiplicative Proerty of zero
Product= Multiply 2 or mor numbers
Divisor = What you are dividing by....
From your math syllabus ( Edition 4)
1.4 Read 53-55 and do problems from 55
Problems 2, 3, 23, 25, 29, 33, 53, 63, 65, 66, 67, 70, 71
|Division||5||1||Dividing Without a Remainder|
|5||2||Dividing With a Remainder|
|5||4||Divide a 4 Digit by a 2 Digit number|
BRING your Texbook to class
Bring a headset by Wednesday....(with a mike)
Review of Multiplication...
1.3 Syllabus Read the pages in 4th edition. Do the questions asked for...
Multiply a 5 by a 2 Digit Numbers
Multiply a 5 by a 3 Digit Numbers
Division is the reverse of Multiplication
How many degrees in the interior angles of a triangle?
Whole Number Addition and Rounding Numbers to different place values....
1.2 Syllabus do each of the problems on the printed syllabus- Refer to the textbook.
Interactive syllabus 1.1 and 1.2 - do 20 each and perint and save for your portfolio