This page is designed for anyone in my first hour math class. To view or download our course syllabus, please click HERE. In addition, the SJMS handbook can be accessed online by clicking HERE.
Textbook Information Form
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Chapter 1, Quiz 1 Self-Assessment
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Class Assignments & Reminders
Extra copies of worksheets and classroom handouts will be posted in the space below.
How can I access the book online?
All families can easily access our textbook online at bim.easyaccessmaterials.com. No user name or password is required. Choose "Common Core 2014" from the drop down "Program" menu. Then click on the image of our blue textbook.
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Other Internet Resources
Lesson 1.3 - Variables on Both Sides
Lesson 1.4 - Solving for y
Lesson 2.1 - Congruent Figures
Lesson 2.3 - Reflections
Lesson 2.5 - Similar Figures
Lesson 2.7 - Dilations
Lesson 3.2 - Angles of Triangles
Lesson 3.3 - Exterior Angles of Polygons
Lesson 3.4 - Indirect Measurement
Lesson 7.1 - Square Roots
Lesson 7.3 - Pythagorean Theorem
Lesson 7.5 - Using Pythagorean Theorem
Lesson 8.2 - Volume of a Cone
Lesson 10.1 - Exponents
Lesson 10.3 - Division Properties of Exponents
Lesson 10.5 - Reading Scientific Notation
Lesson 1.3 - No Solution / Infinitely Many
Lesson 1.4 - Rewriting a formula
Lesson 2.2 - Translations
Lesson 2.4 - Rotations
Lesson 2.6 - Perimeter/Area of Similar Figures
Lesson 3.1 - Parallel Lines and Transversals
Lesson 3.3 - Interior Angles of Polygons
Lesson 3.4 - Identifying Similar Triangles
Lesson 3.3 and 3.4 - Practice Quiz Answers
Lesson 7.2 - Cube Roots
Lesson 7.4 - Approximating Square Roots
Lesson 8.1 - Volume of a Cylinder
Lesson 8.3 - Volume of a Sphere
Lesson 10.2 - Multiplication Properties of Exp.
Lesson 10.4 - Zero and Negative Exponents
Lesson 10.6 - Writing Scientific Notation
Covering Your Textbook
To prolong the life of our new textbooks, students are encouraged to use a cover. You do not have to buy a cover at the store. All you need is a brown paper bag and a pair of scissors. Check out the video tutorial to the right!