Homerooms 609 &610
Last day to turn in makeup work or corrections is 110712.
All makeup work and corrections must be graded for the end of the marking period which is Friday, November 9th, 2012
Parentteacher conferences are Tuesday, November 20, 2012.
EXTRA CREDIT: Students who want extra credit to can do this assignment, which was also given out as a hard copy on 102612.
The extra credit must be neat & organized and include all work shown to receive credit.
Students who did NOT complete the Party Time Project can make up the grade with the assignment "Lunch, Anyone?" The work must be neat & organized and must show all calculations to receive credit.
Parentteacher conferences are Tuesday, November 20, 2012.
EXTRA CREDIT: Students who want extra credit to can do this assignment, which was also given out as a hard copy on 102612.
The extra credit must be neat & organized and include all work shown to receive credit.
Students who did NOT complete the Party Time Project can make up the grade with the assignment "Lunch, Anyone?" The work must be neat & organized and must show all calculations to receive credit.
Math Assignments
Date Assigned
09/07/12 09/10/12 09/11/12 09/14/12 09/19/12 09/20/12 09/21/12 09/24/12 09/25/12 09/27/12 09/28/12 10/2/12 10/03/12 
Date Due
09/10/12 09/11/12 09/13/12 09/19/12 09/20/12 09/21/12 09/24/12 09/25/12 09/27/12 09/28/12 10/1/12 10/3/12 10/04/12 
Description
Red W.B. pp. 15 (All Try It's & Exercises 110) Red W.B. pp. 610 (All Try It's & Exercises 18) Red W.B. pp. 1114 (Short Response 12, Chapter 1 Test) 609 only: Use www.mathisfun.com to define: prime number, composite number, prime factorization Complete the Independent Practice Problems 1028. 609: Use www.mathisfun.com to define factor & multiple 610: Use www.mathisfun.com to define prime number, composite number, factor and multiple. Answer "Deeper Understanding" question 2. 609: Unit 1 Fractions Problem Solving 1 worksheet. Complete questions 1 & 2 showing your work, answer and a written explanation. 610: Unit 1 Fractions Problem Solving 1 worksheet. Complete questions 1 showing your work, answer and a written explanation.
609: Explain why (in a paragraph) in the locker problem all the open lockers were lockers with a number that is a perfect square. How do factors effect the the perfect squares?
610: Kyle's BBQ question (Due 09/27/12) Both classes: Use the dictionary at www.mathisfun.com to define least common multiple & greatest common factor. Write your own sample problem for each, and solve it. Show all work, and write an explanation which describes how you found your answer and why it is correct. · Kynon does a lot of chores at home. Every 6 days he vacuums. He washes the dishes every 4 days and he takes out the trash every 3 days. If he did all three chores today, when is the next time he will do all three chores again? A school has 100 lockers, all shut. a. The first student goes along and opens every locker. b. The third student then goes along and shuts every 3rd locker beginning with locker number 3. c. The fifth student changes the state of every 5th locker beginning with locker number 5. (If the locker is open the student shuts it, and if the locker is closed the student opens it.) d. The seventh student changes the state of every 7th locker beginning with number 7. Imagine that this continues until all the odd numbered students out of the 100 have followed the pattern with the 100 lockers. At the end, which lockers will be open and which will be closed? e. Which locker was touched the most number of times? Justify your answer. f. Which locker was touch the fewest number of times? Justify your answer.

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10/09/12 10/11/12 10/15/12 10/16/12 10/17/12 
10/09/12
10/12/12 10/15/12 10/16/12 10/17/12 10/18/12 
Party Time Project rough draft is due Tuesday, October 9, 2012.
ONGOING: Party Time Project. FINAL DRAFT is due FRIDAY, October 12, 2012
LCM & GCF Quiz Corrections and LCM credit recovery worksheet Due on MONDAY
610: 0period corrections on "Chapter 2 Standardized Test Practice" due FRIDAY 10/12/12 FR Fractions Review Worksheet Questions 14 Due Tuesday. FR Fractions Review Worksheet Questions 510 Due Wednesday.
610: Use the handbook on the math textbook resources page. Pages 118121 Questions #520.On page 122, only the ODD NUMBERED questions. Textbook link
609: Write two 6thgrade level word problems in which the solution requires you to multiply by a unit fraction. Each question must have at least 2steps required to answer it. Example: Rhamil goes to a karate afterschool program. There are a total of 60 people in the program. 7/8 of the program is male. What fraction of the program is female? How many people are female in the program?

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Begin studying for the Quarterly exam. You should spend at least 25 minutes a day reviewing and doing the problems in the math handbook from the Math 1st Quarter Review. Textbook link
1. Worksheet titled "FR Review Multiplying & Dividing Fractions" You can find a copy of the worksheet at by clicking the title. 2. Continue studying for the Quarterly exam on THURSDAY 1025. You should spend at least 25 minutes a day reviewing and doing the problems in the math handbook from the Math 1st Quarter Review. 1. Continue studying for the Quarterly exam on Thursday 1025. The problems in the math handbook from the Math 1st Quarter Review are tomorrow for a grade. 2. 609 Worksheet titled "Dividing Fractions" Due tomorrow. Homework: Review for the Math quarterly exam tomorrow. Also you should study using these methods: · Redo past homework questions and check against the answers you already have. · Make flashcards for math vocabulary with the definition & example on the back. · Rewrite your notes and redo the example problems from your notes without looking at the answer. MidUnit Quiz corrections are due TOMORROW, 102612. You may receive up to HALF of the points back that you missed. For example, if the score was a 50% you could raise the score up to 75%. If the score was an 85% it could be raised to 92%. You can find the CORRECTIONS FORM by clicking the link or downloading it.
EXTRA CREDIT: Students who want extra credit to can do this assignment, which was also given out as a hard copy on 102612. If the link does not work, the file can be downloaded below.
****The extra credit must be neat & organized and include all calculations to receive credit.***
During this unexpected hiatus from school it is important to keep learning, especially in the core subjects of math & literacy. To aid this, the Department of Education of New York has put together a learn from home resource for 6th grade you can view here. Bring in your work from this resource and you can receive credit in math when we return to school.
