Even though we are not in the classroom we will continue to practice our math skills online. One of the things you can do to continue your practice is through IXL. This program is fairly simple to navigate, but if you have any questions feel free to contact me through email at email@example.com. If you need help logging into your account I can get you that information through email as well. If you need any help with any of the problems you may use your textbook, youtube, or the website khan academy which has examples of various problems. On khan academy all you have to do is type in what you need help with and a video of how to do the problem should pop up. There is a link on my teacher page on the haileyville website under “educational websites”. I have provided a suggestion of what dates to complete the lessons on. I will not be taking a grade on these lessons, but I would like you to complete them so that you can stay sharp on your Algebra skills.
April 6 I.3 Simplify variable expressions involving like terms and the distributive property
April 7 I.4 Identify equivalent linear expressions
April 8 I.6 Does x satisfy the equation?
April 9 I.7 Which x satisfies an equation?
April 13 I.8 Solve equations using order of operations
April 14 J.3 Solve one-step linear equations
April 15 J.4 Solve two-step linear equations
April 16 J.5 Solve advanced linear equations
April 20 J.6 Solve equations with variables on both sides
April 21 J.7 Solve equations: complete the solution
April 22 K.4 Solve one-step linear inequalities: addition and subtraction
April 23 K.5 Solve one-step linear inequalities: multiplication and division
April 27 K.6 Solve one-step linear inequalities
April 28 K.8 Solve two-step linear inequalities
April 29 K.10 Solve advanced linear inequalities
April 30 K.14 Solve compound inequalities