There will be** two** choices.

You may write **TEST B** on **Thursday April 18th**

Or

You may choose to write **TEST A on Thursday April 18th** AND then write T**EST B after the Passover break.**

**TEST A**

- Multiplication and Division (long division) of whole numbers (2 digit by 2 digits) with and without remainders
- Multiplying and Dividing by 10, 100, 1000, and 10 000
- Bonus: Order of Operations

**TEST B**

- Multiplication and Division (long division) of whole numbers AND decimals, with and without DECIMAL remainders (two or more digits)
- Multiplying and Dividing 0.1. 0.01. 0.001. 0.0001
- Order of Operations

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Hi Grade 7!

Our Fractions Test will be on **Tuesday, April 30th.**

For this test you will be responsible to know the following:

**Including all Proper, Improper, Mixed and IN LOWEST TERMS!**

- Adding Fractions with uncommon denominators
- Subtracting Fractions with uncommon denominators
- Multiplying Fractions by a whole number
- Multiplication Fractions by another fraction
- Converting Mixed Fractions to Improper Fractions
- Dividing with Fractions

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Mr. Ray and I are joining forces for a bit to help support you with designing, planning, and creating your own Kiddish Cup using the Blender Software and 3-D Printer! Here is Mr. Ray’s rubric for your project.

To find the area of a cylinder you need to multiply the area of the base x the height of the cylinder.

Take a look here.

To help you find the volume of your internal cylinder. Here is a video (same from class) to help.

Also, don’t forget if you are provided the required volume in oz. You need to find a conversion to cubic centimeters. You can find an online conversion calculator here.

Once you have the volume required in cubic centimeters, now you are ready to work backwards to find your heights and radius!

How? Here’s a helpful sheet to help you work backwards!

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Today we began our new unit on Fractions.

Do You Remember Page 285 (Show what you know!) **DUE THURSDAY!**

# 1- 10

If you do not know: TRY and share that with me!

It’s not a test for you, it’s a test for me to see what

and where I need to conference and support you in this unit.

**REMINDER! SJCC Scale Model and paving costs (with tax) are due by Friday!**

Tomorrow is your Integers Test. Please use the sheet I passed out today for reference and a study sheet for tonight’s studying.

Don’t forget to show ALL OF YOUR WORK and STEPS on the test! (especially when solving operations with Integers)

See you tomorrow!

Mrs. Cleveland

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HOWEVER….

Grade 8 DOES have homework from last week that is due tomorrow and a test on Wednesday!

**Go Sens Go!**

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As we discussed in class, homework will be becoming more nightly as we prepare our minds and workloads for grade 9!

To prepare for the Integers text next Wednesday, and due to Sens Night Monday night, the following questions are **DUE TUESDAY APRIL 2nd! **

- #3 (doso)
- #4 (doso)
- #5
- #6
- #8
- #11

Page 215 (Higher Level Questions: Explaining)

- #10
- #11
- #13

**If you have been provided workbook work, this will be your homework in lieu of the above. Still due Tuesday!**

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**DUE THURSDAY MARCH 28th**

If you have a workbook, please complete the pages and questions assigned in your workbook for Thursday.

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You will be responsible for the following:

- Addition and Subtraction with Integers
- Multiplication and Division with Integers
- Order of Operation with Integers
- Word Problems involving Integers

Half of the test will be NO calculators (simple integers like -3 + (-2) )

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Next **Friday March 29th, we will have our unit test on Integers. Your study package is due before Friday.** Earlier if you want more feedback from the teacher about how you are progressing.

For the test:

Half of the test will be WITHOUT a calculator (calculating smaller numbers) and the other half calculators will be allowed ( word problems and more complex values)

You should know how to add and subtract positive and negative numbers, and the rules and terms we have learned: zero principle, opposite integers, integer rules, and canceling out. There will also be word problems which we will practice more in depth next week!

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