The assignments are:

Go log onto ixl.com and complete Y.6 Evaluate variable expressions with decimals, fractions, and mixed numbers and J.3 Add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators. Remember you want to get a score of at least 80.

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We are now in 8.3 Surface Area of Pyramids. Please watch the video below to learn about how to find the surface area of pyramids and to review about how to find the surface area of prisms.

Log into clever.com and complete the assignment 8.3 Surface Area of Pyramids on Big Ideas. Be sure to hit the submit button when you are done.

Log into ixl.com and complete FF.16 Surface Area of Cubes and Rectangular Prisms. Goal is to get at least 80. This should be review.

The last section in Chapter 8 is 8.4 Volume of Rectangular Prisms. Please watch the video below to learn about volume.

This week we are going to be doing some more Geometry. Earlier in the year we looked at how to find the area of figures like parallelograms, triangles, and trapezoids. In Chapter 8 we are going to use what we learned earlier to learn about Surface Area and Volume. The first section in Chapter 8 is titled Three-Dimensional Figures. Please watch thevideos below to learn about some different types of three-dimensional figures, what are faces, vertices, and edges, and viewing the front, side, and top of three-dimensional figures (solids.)

Go log on to clever.com and go to Big Ideas to complete the assignment 8.1 Three-Dimensional Figures. Be sure to hit the submit button when you are done.

The next section in Chapter 8 deals with 8.2 Surface Area of Prisms. Please watch the videos below to learn more about this.

Go log on to clever.com and go to Big Ideas to complete the assignment 8.2 Surface Area of Prisms. Be sure to hit the submit button when you are done.

I recorded on Jupitergrades over the weekend what you completed from last week's assignments. If you have completed an assignment from an earlier week and don't see it recorded on Jupitergrades please email me what you did.

We are going to begin 10.4 Box and Whisker Plots. Please watch the video below.

Go to clever.com and complete the assignment 10.4 Box and Whisker Plots on Big Ideas. Be sure to hit the submit button when you are done.

Go to ixl.com and complete GG.20 Interpret box-and-whisker plots under 6th Grade Math. Goal is to get at least an 80.

Go too clevver.com and complete the assignment Chapter 10 Review. on Big Ideas. Be sure to hit the submit button when you are done.

If you have any questions, please email me at paul.brown@leusd.k12.ca.us

We are going to begin a new chapter this week. We will be in Chapter 10 Data Displays. This covers more statistics and some different ways to display data.

The first section in this chapter is 10.1 Stem-and-Leaf Plots. Please watch the following video to learn about this way to display data.

Please complete the following for 10.1. Go to clever.com and complete the assignment 10.1 Stem-and-Leaf Plots on Big Ideas. Please submit when you are done. Also go to ixl.com and complete GG.18 Interpret Stem-and-Leaf Plots. Remember you want to get a score of at least 80

10.2 is all about Histograms. Please watch the videos below to help you learn about another way to display data.

Please complete the following assignments for 10.2. Go to ixl.com and do GG.11 Interpret Histograms and GG.12 Create Histograms. Remember you want to get at least a score of 80.

If you have any questions please email me at paul.brown@leusd.k12.ca.us

Below are your assignments for this week April 20-24. Please remember that these assignments are optional. You are not required to do them. Here you go.

We are still in Chapter 9 Statistical Measures. This week we are going to start on 9.4 Measures of Variation. Below are some notes on what you will be learning in the sections. You will learn about Range, First Quartile, Third Quartile, and Interquartile Range. Please read over this. It is two pages. It is also as a pdf.

measures_of_variation_9.4_.pdf |

Below are two videos that you should watch that will give you more information about this section 9.4.

Go to IXL.com and go to 6th grade math to complete GG.3 Interpret Line Plots and HH.2 Calculate Mean, Median, Mode, and Range. Remember you want to get at least a score of 80. FYI Line Plots is the same thing as Dot Plots

If you have any questions, please email me at paul.brown@leusd.k12.ca.us

I will update Jupitergrades this weekend with the assignments you have completed this week. If you have any questions, please email me at paul.brown@leusd.k12.ca.us.

You will be working in Chapter 9 which is called Statistical Measures. The first section 9.1 is called Introduction to Statistics.

I have some videos for you to watch which will help prepare you for the assignment.

VIDEO #1-> This will go over Statistical Questions

I have some videos for you to watch which will help prepare you for the assignment.

VIDEO #1-> This will go over Statistical Questions

VIDEO #2->This will go over Dot Plots

VIDEO #3->This will go over Dot Plots and talk about Gaps, Clusters, and Peaks

Your first assignment is on Big Ideas through Clever. Once logged in, go to assignments. Your assignment is called Statistical ?s/Dot Plots. Please submit the assignment when you are done.

For the next two assignments you are going to watch a video on Mean, Median, and Mode. You are also going to read about what an outlier is in a set of data.

Video about Mean, Median, and Mode

Video about Mean, Median, and Mode

Read below to find out what an outlier is.

Your next assignment is on Big Ideas through Clever. It is over section 9.2 Mean. The assignment is called Mean. It will cover mean and what an outlier is. Please submit assignment when you are done.

This assignment is also on Big Ideas through Clever. It is over section 9.3 Measures of Center. The assignment is called Measures of Center. It will cover Median and Mode. Please submit assignment when you are done.

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There are a lot to choose from. If you are wondering about what you could do to keep up with your math skills, I might suggest doing some IXL

Below are skills on IXL that we have already covered that would be good practice (review for you)

If you have any questions please email me at paul.brown@leusd.k12.ca.us

C.Division

5 Divide whole numbers - 2-digit divisors

6 Divide whole numbers - 3-digit divisors

E.Number Theory

*Any skill

G.Add and Subtract Decimals

*Any skill

H.Multiply and Divide Decimals

*Any skill

J.Add and Subtract Fractions

*Any skill

K.Multiply Fractions

*Any skill

L.Divide Fractions

*Any skill

M.Integers

*Any skill

O.Mixed Operations

*Any skill

R.Ratios and Rates

*Any skill

S.Percents

*Any skill

X.Coordinate Plane

*Any skill

Y.Expressions and Properties

*Any skill

Z.One Variable Equations

*Any skill

AA.One Variable Inequalities

*Any skill

FF.Geometric Measurement

1Perimeter

2Area of rectangles and squares

3Area of triangles

4Area of parallelograms and trapezoids

5Area of quadrilaterals

6Area of compound figures

7Area between two rectangles

8Area between two triangles

9Area between two triangles

HH.Statistics

*If you want to try something that we haven’t gone over yet, any skill under statistics would be good. If we were in school right now we would be doing statistics.

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Got back your Chapter 7 test. If you got below a C- I need a parent signature. For this test if you got below a C- you may try to improve your test score by correctly fixing the problems you got wrong on another piece of paper showing your work. Please make boxes for the paper where you are making your test corrections. For each problem you got wrong you need to write at least a 1-2 sentence explanation about what your mistake was. In other words, why did you get the problem wrong. If you can correctly fix all the problems and write an explanation for each one, I can raise up your grade to a C-. Need this the Monday we get back from Spring Break . Please make sure you turn in the original test along with the paper with the corrections and explanations. If you were absent for the test, I do make ups in the morning before school.

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