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Grade 6 Math Homework

Do all of your work on a separate piece of paper to be checked or turned in so I can verify that you did not use a calculator.
If your assignment is on Khan Academy, make sure you are logged in (through Google) to receive credit for completing it. Make sure the bar reaches 100% or 24 problems are completed. Your work should be shown on a separate piece of paper. Check your answers before you enter them.
Should you ever be unable to access your assignment online complete the page in your workbook which connects to that lesson as a replacement.

Business Project

posted May 31, 2015, 2:51 PM by Sean Regan [ updated May 31, 2015, 2:52 PM]

Click here for the assignment.
Use the online copy for Monday and I will give out paper copies on Tuesday.
This is what will be completed in class. Anything not completed will be homework.
Monday 6/1 - Complete Worksheet 1 and begin to list expenses for Worksheet 2.
Wednesday 6/3 - Complete Worksheet 3
Thursday 6/4 - Complete Worksheet four as well as the graph

Homework Due 5/13

posted May 12, 2015, 8:37 AM by Sean Regan

Homework Due 5/8

posted May 7, 2015, 1:03 PM by Sean Regan [ updated May 7, 2015, 1:09 PM]

Homework Due 5/6

posted May 5, 2015, 8:37 AM by Sean Regan

Attachments: GraphingLinearFunctionsWorksheet.pdf

Homework Due 5/5

posted May 5, 2015, 8:36 AM by Sean Regan

Worksheets and Videos Over the Next Month

posted Apr 5, 2015, 4:35 PM by Sean Regan [ updated Apr 5, 2015, 4:36 PM]

VideosWorksheets
Adding and Subtracting IntegersMultiplying & Dividing IntegersOne-Step Equations with IntegersAdding & Subtracting IntegersAdding & Subtracting Integers 2Review Worksheet 2

These will be assigned over the course of the month please wait until they are assigned to view/complete them

Homework Due 3/31

posted Mar 30, 2015, 5:08 AM by Sean Regan

Homework Due 3/20

posted Mar 19, 2015, 12:59 PM by Sean Regan

Attachments: thq6.pdf

Homework Due 3/19

posted Mar 18, 2015, 12:16 PM by Sean Regan

Attachments: dec hw.pdf

Homework Due 3/18

posted Mar 18, 2015, 12:16 PM by Sean Regan

Attachments: frac hw.pdf

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Evaluating Expressions
One Step Equations
Tip: Use inverse operations.
Mean, Median, and Mode
Tip: Line up the decimals vertically and compare from right to left.
Tip: Line up the decimals and add normally, then drop down the decimal.
Tip: Line up the decimals and subract normally, then drop down the decimal.
Tip: Move the decimals to the right and write how many places to the right the problem. Then multiply normally and move the decimal that many places from the right.
Tip: Start by moving the decimal in the divisor and remember to move the decimal in the dividend the same number of times.
Conversions
Tip: Use K H D B D C M for the metric system.
Practice Problems (Metric System)
Practice Problems (Mixed Units)
Perimeter
Tip: It is the same for all shapes: just add up the sides.
Area
Tip: Squares (Area = base x height), Rectangles (Area = base x height), and Triangles (A = base x height divided by 2) Write the formula, plug the numbers in below it and solve it below that.
Circles
Cherry pie delicious, apple pies are too.
(C = pi x d) , (A = pi x r^2)
Area
Practice Problems (click the show answers button to see if your answers are correct)



Rectangular prisms
Reducing Fractions
Show me video 1 (mixed number to improper fraction)
Show me video 2 (improper fraction to mixed number)
Tip: Find a common denominator, then add the numerators and keep the denominator.
Tip: Find a common denominator, then subtract the numerators and keep the denominator.
Practice Problems 2 (Adding and subtracting mixed numbers)
Tip: First REDUCE, then multiply the numerators and denominators.

Proportions
Use cross products.
Show me video 1 (Are they equal?)
Show me video 2 (Solving for an unknown)
Practice Problems 3

Practice Problems 1 (decimals to fractions)
Practice Problems 2 (fractions to decimals)

Adding and Subtracting Integers
SKA (Same, Keep, Add) and DBS (Different, Bigger, Subtract)
Multiply/Divide first. If the signs are different, the answer is negative. If the signs are the same, the answer is positive.
Tip: Walk over to the elevator, then take it either up or down to your floor.
Practice Problems






Probability




Variable - A letter used to represent one or more numbers.

Equation - A mathematical statement that two expressions are equal.

Solution - A value for a variable that makes an equation true.

Inverse Operations - Operations that undo each other.

Ratio - A comparison of two quantities.

Proportion - A statement that two proportions are equivalent.

Y-Intercept - The point on the y-axis where the graph passes through.

Slope - A numerical representation of the steepness of a line.


Also know and be able to label: