## You can access Mr. Pazar's work for the study guide using the button below.

## Homework #12 for the night of Monday 8/27/18

First, complete problems 27-39 all for lesson 1.7. Then, correct your work using the images below.

## Homework #11 for the weekend of 8/25/18

Complete lesson 1.7 problems 14-24 all

## Homework #10 for the night of either 8/22/18 or 8/23/18

Complete lesson 1.6 problems 16-30 all.

## Homework #9 for the night of Tuesday 8/21/18

Watch this Khan Academy video and take notes. This will allow us more practice time in class tomorrow! Then, complete the single problem below and bring it in to class ready to discuss.

Solve the compound inequality: 5x - 7 < 13 or -4x + 3 > 11. This is example #2 from the lesson in your text in case you need some assistance!

## Homework #8 for the night of Monday 8/20/18

Complete problems 16-36 evens from page 34 in the text in lesson 1.5.

## Homework #7

Complete 1.4 Additional Practice (attached below) problems 1-7 odd, and 9-18. Then compare against my work to reflect on your progress.

## Homework #6

On page 28 from the text, complete problems 13-27 odd and problem 30. Tonight you only need to complete ten problems in addition to what you accomplished in class.

## Homework #5

Complete problems 17-27 odd from page 22 in the math textbook. Don't forget to bring your text back with you to class! Then, check your work. I've included my work below for your reference. Thanks!!!

## Homework #4

Linear equations do not always have just one solution. Watch the short video below and take notes. Then, answer the three questions below the video.

Come to class with answers for these three questions. How many solutions are there for each equation? How do you know?

- 3x + 5 = 7 + 3x
- 3x + 5 = 3x + 5
- 3x + 5 = 7 + 2x

## Homework #3

Complete 1-13 on the attached worksheet below. Then check your answers. I've noticed at least two mistakes on the answer key. I did several problems but not all.

Answers and Some Work

1.2_answers_and_some_work.pdf |

## Homework #2

Complete the attached assignment and then use the provided answers to see how you did.

## Homework #1

**Step 1)**Begin by watching this short video about irrational numbers.

Recall than an

**irrational**number__cannot__be written as a ratio of two integers and all**rational**numbers__can__be written as a ratio of two integers. Also recall that all terminating and repeating decimals can be written as a ratio of two integers, so they are all rational. Confused? No problem. Check out this site and/or this video. Both explain the difference between rational and irrational numbers in detail.**Step 2) Homework:**Come to class with thoughts on this question: are there more rational or irrational numbers in the universe?