## Math 7 Extensions

*Here is a link to ***our textbook**.

**our textbook**.

This page is for students who want to extend their learning and are up for a challenge. These assignments can be done instead of the assigned homework for the night.

1. All homework assignments are done in pencil.

2. Homework assignments are clearly labeled. Ex. HW #3 1-24 to 1-28

3. Problems are clearly numbered. Work is shown where appropriate. If there is a formula, the formula is written and substitutions are included.

4. A straightedge or ruler is used for graphs, tables and shapes that have straight sides.

5. Pages are numbered and assignments are recorded in the table of contents (TOC).

6. Homework assignments are corrected at home using the answer key and are corrected in colored pen (not blue or black). If the problem is incorrect, the correct answer is written down. If you are still unsure of how to do the problem, put a question mark (?) next to the problem so we can address it in class.

**Homework Expectations**1. All homework assignments are done in pencil.

2. Homework assignments are clearly labeled. Ex. HW #3 1-24 to 1-28

3. Problems are clearly numbered. Work is shown where appropriate. If there is a formula, the formula is written and substitutions are included.

4. A straightedge or ruler is used for graphs, tables and shapes that have straight sides.

5. Pages are numbered and assignments are recorded in the table of contents (TOC).

6. Homework assignments are corrected at home using the answer key and are corrected in colored pen (not blue or black). If the problem is incorrect, the correct answer is written down. If you are still unsure of how to do the problem, put a question mark (?) next to the problem so we can address it in class.

**Note:**Periodically there will be unannounced homework checks, where you are asked to write down several problems from your math journal to demonstrate that you are showing adequate and clear work.## Check Homework

Use a colored pen (not blue or black) to correct. Write the correct answer if incorrect.

Ch. 3 Arithmetic Properties Key

Ch. 4 Proportions and Expressions Key

Week 24 - March 2

**Week 24 - March 2**

Quiz on Block Day - Distributive Property & Combining Like Terms

Day 1 - #6 Distributive Property & Combining Like Terms Handout (and KEY)

**Week 24 - March 2**

Quiz on Block Day - Distributive Property & Combining Like Terms

Day 1 - #6 Distributive Property & Combining Like Terms Handout (and KEY)Week 23 - Feb. 23

Day 1 - Ch. 5.1 replacements

Day 2 - Ch. 5.2 replacements

Day 3 - Ch. 5.2 replacements

Week 20 - Feb.

Day 1 - 4.3 replacement PIP 4; read how to do write-up

Day 2 - 4.3 replacement PIP 4

Week 19- Jan. 26

Day 1- Finish Singapore Math Problems

Day 2 - Proportional Relationships Web: Fair Food Campaign

Day 3 - 4.2.4 4-65 to 4-69

Week 18 - Jan. 20

Day 1 - 4.2.1 replacement HW = Singapore Math Question 9

Day 2 - 4.2.2 replacement HW = Singapore Math Question 11

Week 17 - Jan. 12

Day 1 - New Ch. 4 TOC; #1 4.1.1 4-6 to 4-10

Day 2 - #2 4.1.2 4-16 to 4-20; read math notes

Day 3 - #3 Corny Joke - Satellite dish & study for Friday's Ch. 2/3 test

Week 16 - Jan. 5

Day 1 - #9 3.3.2 3-102 to 3-107 - remember to check answers with the HW key above for Ch. 3

Day 2 - #10 3.3.3 3-120 to 3-124

Day 3 - #11 chapter 3 CL 3-130 to 3-137

Quiz on Block Day - Distributive Property & Combining Like Terms

Day 1 - #

Quiz on Block Day - Distributive Property & Combining Like Terms

Day 1 - #

**Week 6: Oct. 13**

Start Monday due in two weeks - Work on the Puzzle Investigation Problem (PIP) 01 - under the Resource tab. Read the directions on how to format your work first before beginning.

**Week 5:**

**Day 1**- 1-59 to 1-65

**Day 2 -**1-11, 1-13-1-15; Graph y = |x| and y = |x + 1|; What do you notice about the graphs?

**Day 3 -**1-57 to 1-62

Week 4: Sept. 29

**Day 1**- HW #1 FT - 3, FT - 4, FT -6 and tomato problem below.

A gardener collected data on two types of tomato. The box and whisker plot below shows data for the masses in grams of the tomatoes in the two samples.

Compare and contrast the two types and advise the gardener which type of tomato he should grow in future.

Check your answer here.

Day 3 - FT 40-45, 46, 48 (same as on-level)

**Day 2**- FT 21 to FT-24 and watch this video on graphing linear equationsDay 3 - FT 40-45, 46, 48 (same as on-level)