Sunday, May 6, 2012

Weekly Update 5/7-5/11

Homework Schedule:

Monday 5/7:

Course 2: 2B Worksheet
Pre-Algebra: 8-8 Video (In class: P442 #10-30 even)

Tuesday 5/8:

Course 2: 2C Worksheet
Pre-Algebra: Question Worksheet (In class: Pg 451 #14-36 even )

Wednesday 5/9:

Field Trip to Ft. Scott
End of the Year Celebration
No regular Core Classes today.

Thursday 5/10:

Course 2: Test Review  -- STAR Test
Pre-Algebra: Review -- STAR Test

Friday 5/11:

Course 2: Chapter 7 Celebration
Pre-Algebra Chapter 8 Celebration

Three Cheers for:

PCMS for raising over $651 for the Humane Society!

Challenge Problem:

This week:

Clara was born on January 1, 2004 and her mother, Sinclair, was born on January 1, 1976. In what year will Sinclair’s age be twice Clara’s age?

Last Week:

It is believed that people generally gain weight in the colder months in large part due to this lack of physical activity. Lou decided to be pro‐active about this and promised himself he would exercise at least four days of every week (Sun-Sat). If Lou never wants to skip exercising on consecutive days within a calendar week, and he exercises exactly four days out of the seven, how many different workout schedules are possible for a calendar week?
ANSWER: 10 options
Rather than listing the four days he could exercise, let’s list the three days that he can miss. (S=Sun, M=Mon, T=Tues, W=Wed, R=Thurs and Q=Sat)
(S,T,R), (S,T,F), (S,T,Q), (S,W,F), (S,W,Q), (S,R,Q)
(M,W,F), (M, W, Q), (M,R,Q)
There are only these 10 “missed days” options

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