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Blog EntryBlog: Friday, November 20, 2015

Digitial Do-Now

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Posted by Ms. Dee Kalman at 11:57 AM
Blog EntryBlog: Monday, September 28, 2015

Maternity Leave

Ms.áKalmanáwill be returning to TMS on Novemberá23rd. The current leave replacement teacher is Ms.áHong and her email address is hhong@tenafly.k12.nj.us. á

Posted by Ms. Dee Kalman at 7:55 AM
Blog EntryBlog: Thursday, July 10, 2014
Blog EntryBlog: Thursday, June 5, 2014

The last quiz of the year! Tues., 6/10

The last quiz of the school year will be on Tuesday, June 10th.  The topics on the quiz will include:

·         Solving & checking single-step equations
Example: -6x=42
Answer:  x=-7

·         Word Problems: Writing, solving & checking single-step equations
Example: Mark saved $18 per week to save for a new toy.  After a few weeks, he has a total of $126 in his bank account.  How many weeks has he been saving his money?
Answer:  Let x = # of weeks, Equation:  18x=126; x= 7 weeks

·         Writing Single-step expressions based on words
Example: Nine less than a number
Answer:  n-9

·         Solving single step equations with fractional coefficients
Example: ⅘x=-16
Answer: x = -20

·         Solving single step equations with squares & square roots
Example: √x=8
Answer: x = 64
Example: x²=169
Answer: x = 13

·         Solving & checking two-step equations
Example: -15+2x=21
Answer: x = 18

·         Word Problems: Writing, solving & checking two-step equations
Example: Sally’s dog weighed 15 lbs when she adopted him.  He is gaining 2 lbs per week.  How many weeks will it take for Sally’s dog to weigh 27 lbs?
Answer:  Let x = # of weeks, Equation:  15+2x=27; x= 6 weeks

Posted by Ms. Dee Kalman at 8:21 AM | 0 comments
Blog EntryBlog: Thursday, December 20, 2012

Holiday Break Math Exercises

Do you have 15 minutes everyday over to practice your math skills?  
Is your New Years Resolution to do well in math in 2013?

Try these review games over break!
Ordering Integers: http://themathgames.com/our-games/arithmetic-games/order-positive-negative-integers/

Ordering Absolute Value: http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/Numberballs_absolute_value/numberballsAS2_abs.htm

Multiplying or Dividing Positive & Negative Integers:
http://www.math-play.com/multiplying-and-dividing-integers-game.html

Multiplying Positive & Negative Integers:
http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/integers/FS_Integer_multiplication.htm





Posted by Ms. Dee Kalman at 8:46 AM | 0 comments
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