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1 Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week Whole Numbers, Place Value Practice Problems for section 1.1 HW 1A 1.2 Adding Whole Numbers Practice Problems for section 1.2 HW 1B 1.3 Subtracting Whole Numbers Practice Problems for section Rounding, Estimating, Ordering Practice Problems for section 1.4 HW 1C 1.5 Multiplying Whole Numbers Practice Problems for section 1.5 HW 1D 1.6 Dividing Whole Numbers Practice Problems for section 1.6 HW 1E, HW 1F 1.7 Exponents, Order of Operations Practice Problems for section 1.7 HW 1G, HW 1H 1.8 Introduction to Equations Practice Problems for section 1.8 Chapter 1 Test 2.1 Integers Practice Problems for section 2.1 HW 2A 2.2 Adding Integers Practice Problems for section Subtracting Integers Practice Problems for section 2.3 HW 2B 2.4 Multiplying Integers Practice Problems for section 2.4 HW 2C 2.5 Dividing Integers Practice Problems for section 2.5 HW 2D 2.6 Variables and Expressions Practice Problems for section 2.6 HW 2E 2.7 Evaluating Expressions Practice Problems for section 2.7 HW 2F HW 1A HW 1B HW 1C HW 1D HW 1E HW 1F HW 1G HW 1H Chapter 1 Test HW 2A HW 2B HW 2C HW 2D HW 2E HW 2F
2 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12 Week Simplifying Expressions Practice Problems for section 2.8 HW 2G 2.9 Linear Equations Practice Problems for section Addition Property of Equality Practice Problems for section 2.10 HW 2H Chapter 2 Test 3.1 Fractions Practice Problems for section 3.1 HW 3A 3.2 Prime Numbers Practice Problems for section 3.2 HW 3B, HW 3C 3.3 Equivalent Fractions Practice Problems for section 3.3 HW 3D 3.4 Multiplying and Dividing Fractions Practice Problems for section 3.4 HW 3E 3.5 Multiplication Property of Equality Practice Problems for section 3.5 HW 3F 3.6 Linear Equations Practice Problems for section 3.6 HW 3G Chapter 3 Test 4.1 Adding and Subtracting Fractions Practice Problems for section 4.1 HW 4A, HW 4B 4.2 Operations on Mixed Numbers Practice Problems for section 4.2 HW 4C, HW 4D 4.3 Complex Fractions Practice Problems for section 4.3 HW 4E 4.4 Applications of Fractions Practice Problems for section 4.4 HW 4F No class  Thanksgiving break 4.5 Equations containing Fractions Practice Problems for section 4.5 HW 4G 4.6 Applications of Equations Practice Problems for section 4.6 HW 4H Chapter 4 Test HW 2G HW 2H Chapter 2 Test HW 3A HW 3B HW 3C HW 3D HW 3E HW 3F HW 3G Chapter 3 Test HW 4A HW 4B HW 4C HW 4D HW 4E HW 4F HW 4G HW 4H Chapter 4 Test Week 14 Review for 1 st Semester Exam Exam 1 Review Problems Week 15 Exam 1 Exam 1
3 Week 16 Week 17 Week 18 Week 19 Week 20 Week Decimals, Place Value, Rounding Practice Problems for section 5.1 HW 5A, HW 5B 5.2 Adding and Subtracting Decimals Practice Problems for section 5.2 HW 5C 5.3 Multiplying Decimal Practice Problems for section 5.3 HW 5D 5.4 Dividing Decimals Practice Problems for section 5.4 HW 5E 5.5 Fractions and Decimals Practice Problems for section 5.5 HW 5F, HW 5G 5.6 Equations containing Decimals Practice Problems for section 5.6 HW 5H 5.7 Square Roots, The Pythagorean Theorem Practice Problems for section 5.7 HW 5I 5.8 Applications Practice Problems for section 5.8 HW 5J, HW 5K Chapter 5 Test 6.1 Ratios Practice Problems for section 6.1 HW 6A 6.2 Rates Practice Problems for section 6.2 HW 6B 6.3 Proportions Practice Problems for section 6.3 HW 6C 6.4 Similar Triangles Practice Problems for section 6.4 HW 6D 6.5 Applications Practice Problems for section 6.5 HW 6E 6.6 Measurement, Unit Conversion Practice Problems for section 6.6 HW 6F Chapter 6 Test HW 5A HW 5B HW 5C HW 5D HW 5E HW 5F HW 5G HW 5H HW 5I HW 5J HW 5K Chapter 5 Test HW 6A HW 6B HW 6C HW 6D HW 6E HW 6F Chapter 6 Test
4 Week 22 Week 23 Week 24 Week 25 Week 26 Week 27 Week Percents, Decimals, Fractions Practice Problems for section 7.1 HW 7A 7.2 Problems involving Proportions Practice Problems for section 7.2 HW 7B 7.3 Applications of Percents Practice Problems for section 7.3 HW 7C 7.4 Simple and Compound Interest Practice Problems for section Applications Practice Problems for section 7.5 HW 7D Chapter 7 Test 8.1 Lines and Angles Practice Problems for section 8.1 HW 8A 8.2 Perimeter and Circumference Practice Problems for section 8.2 HW 8B 8.3 Area and Volume Practice Problems for section 8.3 HW 8C Chapter 8 Test 9.1 Circle Graphs Practice Problems for section 9.1 HW 9A 9.2 Bar Graphs and Line Graphs Practice Problems for section 9.2 HW 9B, HW 9C Spring Break 9.3 Rectangular Coordinates Practice Problems for section Linear Equations Practice Problems for section 9.4 HW 9D 9.5 Mean, Median, Mode Practice Problems for section 9.5 Chapter 9 Test HW 7A HW 7B HW 7C HW 7D Chapter 7 Test HW 8A HW 8B HW 8C Chapter 8 Test HW 9A HW 9B HW 9C HW 9D Chapter 9 Test
5 Week 29 Week 30 Week Introduction to Polynomials Practice Problems for section Add and Subtract Polynomials Practice Problems for section 10.2 HW 10A 10.3 Multiplying Exponents Practice Problems for section 10.3 HW 10B 10.4 Multiplication with Monomials and Polynomials Practice Problems for section 10.4 HW 10C 10.5 Factoring Polynomials Practice Problems for section 10.5 HW 10D Chapter 10 Test HW 10A HW 10B HW 10C HW 10D Chapter 10 Test Week 32 Review for 2 nd Semester Exam Exam 2 Review Problems Week 33 Exam 2 Exam 2
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