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## Wednesday, May 28, 2014

### Exponents

From Purple Math:

Exponents are shorthand for repeated multiplication of the same thing by itself. For instance, the shorthand for multiplying three copies of the number 5 is shown on the right-hand side of the "equals" sign in (5)(5)(5) = 5

This process of using exponents is called "raising to a power", where the exponent is the "power". The expression "5

When we deal with numbers, we usually just simplify; we'd rather deal with "27" than with "3

From Math is Fun:

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Example:

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Example:

Exponents are shorthand for repeated multiplication of the same thing by itself. For instance, the shorthand for multiplying three copies of the number 5 is shown on the right-hand side of the "equals" sign in (5)(5)(5) = 5

^{3}. The "exponent", being 3 in this example, stands for however many times the value is being multiplied. The thing that's being multiplied, being5 in this example, is called the "base".This process of using exponents is called "raising to a power", where the exponent is the "power". The expression "5

^{3}" is pronounced as "five, raised to the third power" or "five to the third". There are two specially-named powers: "to the second power" is generally pronounced as "squared", and "to the third power" is generally pronounced as "cubed". So "5^{3}" is commonly pronounced as "five cubed".When we deal with numbers, we usually just simplify; we'd rather deal with "27" than with "3

^{3}". But with variables, we need the exponents, because we'd rather deal with "*x*^{6}" than with "*xxxxxx*".From Math is Fun:

# Exponents

The

**exponent**of a number says**how many times**to use the number in a multiplication.
In

so

**8**the "2" says to use 8 twice in a multiplication,^{2}so

**8**^{2}= 8 × 8 = 64
In words: 8

^{2}could be called "8 to the power 2" or "8 to the second power", or simply "8 squared"*Exponents are also called Powers or Indices.*

Some more examples:

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Example: **5**^{3} = 5 × 5 × 5 = 125

^{3}= 5 × 5 × 5 = 125

- In words: 5
^{3}could be called "5 to the third power", "5 to the power 3" or simply "5 cubed"

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Example: **2**^{4} = 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 = 16

^{4}= 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 = 16

- In words: 2
^{4}could be called "2 to the fourth power" or "2 to the power 4" or simply "2 to the 4th"

Exponents make it easier to write and use many multiplications

Example:

**9**is easier to write and read than^{6}**9 × 9 × 9 × 9 × 9 × 9**
You can multiply

**any**number by itself**as many times**as you want using exponents.
Tonight's homework is worksheet 2-4. Feel free to use a calculator!

-Miss K :)

## Tuesday, May 27, 2014

### Fun times today!

Thanks for being so great as we finished our 100 box reward! Back to learning tomorrow! We're going to do exponents! Interested in exponents right now? Watch the video below!

-Miss K :)

-Miss K :)

## Friday, May 23, 2014

## Thursday, May 22, 2014

### Nice Job!

I'll grade the quizzes tomorrow! Homework is to bring in a quiet snack. Feel free to read into that however you would like! ;)

-Miss K :)

-Miss K :)

## Wednesday, May 21, 2014

### Study for your quiz!

Quiz tomorrow!!!

Study, study!

What you need to know:

Study, study!

What you need to know:

- Determine what value would work in an equation
- Identify parts of an expression
- Solve Equations
- Write and Graph Inequalities
- Justify short answers
- Write and Solve equations
- Write a function (equation/expression from a chart)
- Identify Independent and Dependent variables
- Combine like terms
- Determine what doesn't work

Problems from class:

Good luck and aim for a 100!!!

-Miss K :)

## Tuesday, May 20, 2014

### Some more review!

More review again today!!! You should really know what you're doing by now! If not, you have "targeted" studying for homework. Focus on the topics you had difficulty with as you study tonight! Some of you asked for another copy of the study guide. You can find printable images of the assignment below the answers to today's work in this blog post.

Study Guide

Keep reviewing for the quiz on Thursday! Come with questions tomorrow if there's anything you need to know!

-Miss K :)

## Monday, May 19, 2014

## Friday, May 16, 2014

## Thursday, May 15, 2014

### More Inequalities

We continued to work on inequalities today in class and will finish up tomorrow! I handed out the study guide for our Quiz next Thursday. The study guide is due Tuesday, May 20th. Tonight's homework is the super short inequality worksheet.

Examples from the homework:

Study Guide Topics and Questions: (get your study guide from me if you were out today!)

Examples from the homework:

Please review the following concepts to prepare for
the Expressions & Equations Quiz.

You should be able to:

- □ identify the correct solution for an equation when given choices.
- □ identify the parts of an expression (constants, coefficients, variables, and terms).
- □ solve addition, subtraction, multiplication and division equations with variables and decimal numbers.
- □ explain why an answer is correct or incorrect using mathematical language.
- □
write and solve an equation using
*x*as the variable. - □ combine like terms to simplify an expression.
- □ identify dependent and independent variables.
- □ write, solve, and graph inequalities.
- □ write an expression that states what the rule is using a function table.

Have a great night! Be sure to start on your study guide since the homework is super short!!!

-Miss K :)

## Tuesday, May 13, 2014

### Inequalities

Today we began working with inequalities.

Homework is due Thursday because we will complete a shorter activity in class tomorrow as we will be visiting Polson tomorrow! Please see me if you missed class and need to get the homework!

-Miss K :)

## Monday, May 12, 2014

### Solving Equations

Thanks for all of your hard work solving these equations! Now that you are done, complete the riddle below to see what all of this dining out means!

I like to go out to eat and can't cook, so...

Ha ha!

Have a great night!

-Miss K :)

I like to go out to eat and can't cook, so...

Ha ha!

Have a great night!

-Miss K :)

## Friday, May 9, 2014

### Snack Shop

Today we solved some basic equations using a food menu from the Hammonasset Snack Shop!

No Homework! Enjoy your weekend!

-Miss K :)

No Homework! Enjoy your weekend!

-Miss K :)

## Wednesday, May 7, 2014

### Functions!

We began working on functions in class today and it seemed like everyone was pretty good and solving input/output tables, though determining the equations to match was a bit more challenging. Notes and examples from class are below and there are links to games here and here to help you feel more comfortable with the concept. Homework is to complete the packet. We'll do more tomorrow!

-Miss K :)

-Miss K :)

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