Here’s what we started today: Introduction to Solving Equations

Here’s your homework: https://cdn.kutasoftware.com/Worksheets/Alg1/One-Step%20Equations.pdf

Spend 15-20 minutes please.

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# Category: MPM1D

# MPM1D Introduction to Solving Equations 2017-10-10

# MPM1D Test tomorrow! 2017-10-05

# MPM1D Review! 2017-10-04

# MPM1D Multiplying Polynomials by Monomials 2017-10-03

# MPM1D Working with Polynomials 2017-10-02

# MPM1D Exponent Laws 2017-09-26

# MPM1D Like Terms 2017-09-25

Here’s what we started today: Introduction to Solving Equations

Here’s your homework: https://cdn.kutasoftware.com/Worksheets/Alg1/One-Step%20Equations.pdf

Spend 15-20 minutes please.

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Yup, we have a test tomorrow (Friday). Here is the skills summary booklet I handed out in class today:

Summary – Simplifying Expressions

I’ll be collecting the review work from yesterday before the test. You can bring a calculator, and you’ll need a pencil and eraser. You don’t need your phone. Seriously. Thanks.

We’re at the end of the first unit, evaluating and simplifying expressions. I handed out this review task today:

Spend up to 20 minutes on that tonight if you’re not already finished. I will be collecting it.

Tomorrow (Thursday) I’ll be showing you some strategies for studying for math.

Friday you’ll have a test during class. You can use a calculator but not a phone during the test.

Here’s what we learned today – we’re just applying the distributive property again, but it’s important that we practise the skill. I’m posting this a bit late, but remember that you should have spent 15-20 minutes on these tonight.

We’ve learned how to multiply monomials, such as:

(page from that day: 06 – Multiplying Monomials)

We’ve learned about the Distributive Property of Multiplication over Addition:

Today we worked on Fractice and then practised adding and subtracting polynomials, such as:

Here’s the homework for tonight: 08 – Adding and Subtracting Polynomials

Tomorrow we’ll be multiplying polynomials by other polynomials. Should be fun :)

We started learning about the Exponent Laws today (we didn’t quite finish). Here’s a note to go along with our learning today (including a bunch of practice work).

Looks like I missed posting here on Friday!

We’ve been discussing **polynomials** and **like terms**. Today we learned how to “combine like terms”, which just means simplifying a polynomials by adding or subtracting like terms.