Welcome new Pre-Algebra 2 students. This is where you can come to find homework assignments, links to Khan Academy videos, and other class materials.

Assignments:

06/6 Chapter 13 Test A Quiz Review

06/05 Dilation, pp. 750-751, exs. 9-11, 17, 18, 25-27.

06/04 Dilation, pp. 750-751, exs. 6-8, 12-16.

06/01 Rotation, pp. 744-746, exs. 8-12, 20-22.

05/30 Reflection, pp. 736-738, exs. 10-13, 15-17, 20-24 even.

05/29 Translations, pp. 732-733, exs. 7, 10-13, 15-22.

Happy Fun Angle Worksheets are due Monday.

05/09 Exterior and Interior Angles, pp. 725-727, exs. 15-21, 26-30.

05/08 Exterior and Interior Angles, pp. 725-727, exs. 9-11, 22-24, 31-36.

05/07 Angles and Parallel Lines, pp. 719-720, exs. 11-24.

05/06 Complementary/Supplementary/Vertical Angles, pp. 711-713, exs. 9, 10, 14-26.

5/2/18 Application of Fraction Worksheets 68 and 69.

5/1/18 Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing Fractions, Worksheets 41 and 42.

4/30 Multiplying Fractions, Worksheet 38.

04/18 Complementary/Supplementary/Vertical Angles, pp. 711-713, exs. 9, 10, 14-26.

04/17 Independent and Dependent Events, pp. 637-638, exs. 5-8, 15-19. 22-26.

04/12 Disjoint and Overlapping Events, pp. 631-632, exs. 12-15, 23, 26-28, 32-35.

4/10 Permutation/Combination Review Worksheets 10.6-10.7

04/09 Combinations, pp. 623-625, exs. 9-14, 23-25, 28-34.

04/08 Permutations, pp. 618-619, exs. 14-17, 22-25, 29-32, 35-40.

04/02 Probability, pp. 315-317, exs. 7, 8, 10-19.

04/01 Probability, pp. 309-311, exs. 9-11, 14-22.

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Mr.Hunt. I’m sitting here in my dad’s office clicking the reload button. WHERE IS THE HOMEWORK.

Hey Hunt! I didn’t bring my textbook home, so I can’t do my homework. If you could put up the link to the textbook that would be awesome! Thanks :]

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Just about to start the Stem and Leaf Plots.

Mr. Hunt,

If I have a data set from 3-23, but there aren’t numbers in the 10’s, can I not write that down? Is the example correct?

EX:

0-3,5

2-0,4,8

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By the way, for question 16, should I add up the times or the ‘leaves’?

EX:

Adding up times:

83+86 (and etc.)

Adding up the ‘leaves’

3+6 (and etc.)

No. Not sure which question your answering, bit that is not required for a, b, c or d.

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having difficulty with the captcha not sure if my post has gone up

For question 15 b should I change the fraction to a percent even though we have not done percents yet?

In questions 18 and 19, it says to use different intervals in the histogram than the stem-and-leaf plot, but I don’t see any intervals in the stem-and-leaf plots shown.

Actually, I think figured it out but how would we change the intervals? Wouldn’t we need a different set of data?

Maybe list each data point, find the range, and divide by 5 to find your new interval.

I’m confused on #23.

I don’t understand how to figure out how many numbers are under 12.5. Thanks!

On problem 25a can I use a calculator?

no

Thanks Torrey

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Hey hunt can you put the textbook pages up for today?

Hey Mr. Hunt, I know it’s really late but some of these geo board area requirements(ex: find the area of 3 with a 4 unit base) don’t seem possible. We don’t have to do all of #s 2 and 7 if we can’t find the answer, right? Or are points deducted?

I’m really confused and I have spent 2 hours on it…