Assessment Update

7-702 – no quiz on this unit.  All statistics will be assessed on a quest scheduled for Thursday, 3/29.  Review Sheet Due 3/28

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8th Grade – Module 1 Quiz scheduled for Monday, 3/26 and will cover the following topics:

  • piecewise functions with a restricted domain
  • solving/graphing compound inequalities with interval notation
  • simplifying rational expressions
  • finding the undefined value in a rational expression
  • solving literal equations (“in terms of”)

8th Grade – Module 2 Quiz scheduled for Thursday, 3/29… Continue reading

Notes on Piecewise Functions

Piecewise Functions worksheet


Using the TI83/84 to graph piecewise functions

Just follow the step-by-step instructions.

Mock Regents – Short Answer (Due Thursday, 2/15)

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8th Grade Classwork – 1/26 (Due Thurs, 2/1)

Complete the mock regents in section #4 of your notebook.  Although the questions are multiple choice, you must show all necessary work.  Will be counted as a homework. Calculators allowed for all parts.  Make sure that DIAGNOSTICS and APPS – INEQUALITIES are on.

Rubric:   Check Plus –> all questions;   Check –> half the amount

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Calculating the Residuals

Watch this video first!

More notes on residuals:

How to use the calculator to find and graph residuals:

Important things to edit:

(for step #4) cross out the first part and only follow directions after you see the word OR -> (under L3, use 2nd STAT #7 instead).

(for step #5) take note that the residual graph does not use L1 and L2.  you must change L2 to L3 (or wherever you entered the residual).

Solving and Graphing Inequalities

Solving and Graphing Inequalities

Modeled Example #1


Compound Inequalities

Modeled Example #1 and #2


June 2017 – Mock Regents Answers

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Mock Regents – Due Monday 9/25

Complete the following 24 multiple choice questions in section 4 of your notebook.  You must provide ALL work necessary to answer each question.  For questions you are unsure of, choose a math strategy you learned last year to work through the problem.  Any questions you are unsure of how to answer, leave blank. Calculators are allowed and encouraged.

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