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__Monday-__

**Math- **Finish Quiz on Page 394

__Tuesday- __

**Math**- No school

__Wednesday- __

**Math**-Introduced Inequalities

__Thursday- __

**Math**- page 398 6-15 all

__Friday- __

__ Math__- Add and Subtract Inequalities 7-15 all

Our Math Goals This Week:

__Math Standards for 2/13-2/16__

**State Performance Indicators: **

**CFU 0606.3.1 Write and solve two-step linear equations corresponding to given situations (non-negative numbers only).**

**CFU 0606.3.3 Recognize the use of juxtaposition (such as 3x, ab) to stand for multiplication, and the convention in these cases of writing numbers before letters.**

**CFU 0606.3.4 Generate data and graph relationships concerning measurement of length, area, volume, weight, time, temperature, money, and information.**

**CFU 0606.3.6 Use equations to describe simple relationships shown in a table or graph.**

**CFU 0606.3.7 Move fluently between different representations (such as verbal, tabular, numerical, algebraic, and graphical) of equations and expressions.**

**CFU 0606.3.8 Represent patterns using words, graphs, and simple symbolic notation.**

**CFU 0606.3.9 Write a contextual story modeled by a given graph.**

**CFU 0606.3.10 Understand that in an ordered pair (x, y), the x represents horizontal location and y represents vertical location.**

**CFU 0606.3.11 Identify the quadrant of the coordinate system in which a point lies.**

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**SPI 0606.3.2 Use order of operations and parentheses to simplify expressions and solve problems.**

**SPI 0606.3.3 Write equations that correspond to given situations or represent a given mathematical relationship.**

**SPI 0606.3.4 Rewrite expressions to represent quantities in different ways.**

**SPI 0606.3.5 Translate between verbal expressions/sentences and algebraic expressions/equations.**

**SPI 0606.3.6 Solve two-step linear equations using number sense, properties, and inverse operations.**

**SPI 0606.3.7 Use algebraic expressions and properties to analyze numeric and geometric patterns.**

**SPI 0606.3.8 Select the qualitative graph that models a contextual situation (e.g., water filling then draining from a bathtub).**

**SPI 0606.3.9 Graph ordered pairs of integers in all four quadrants of the Cartesian coordinate system.**