Welcome to your 8th grade Math class! I will be contacting parents via School Status. It is extremely important that the school always has your updated contact information. If you need to contact me for any reason, the best way would be through email. You can use the above contact form.
Below you will find some of the important concepts we'll be studying in 7th Grade. Also, I try to have the week's homework assignments posted by Monday afternoon. Be sure to check it if there is any question about what a child should be completing for class. Materials needed for math class each day: 3ring notebook to be used only for math. I specialize in tutoring Maths for school and test preparation. My way of explaining solutions to the problems will surely make the student get rid of the. 8 Dry Erase Markers to be collected in AA for in class use. Colored Pencils (1 box of 12 or more)AA teacher will collect for in class use. Scissors – will collect in AA and used as a class set for projects in each teacher’s room. Glue Sticks (3 or more) –AA teacher will collect for in class use.
7th Concept Listmrs. Colville's Math Class 1
We all will be using the Schoology platform this year. We all need to be prepared to learn if schools close! In this platform you will be notified of what assignments are due and when, and you will be able to submit them via Schoology. Schoology is the place to go for all information regarding your 8th grade Math class!
I am in my 10th year of teaching Math at Hernando Middle school. I graduated from The University of Mississippi with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Secondary Math Education. I have been married to my husband, John, for thirty years! Rosie o'donnell 5 more years of trump meme. We have two daughters and one grandson. As a family we worship with the Life Fellowship Church in Southaven. I love many outdoor activities, adventure, watching movies and spending time with my family traveling.
I look forward to another great year at HMS!
Welcome to 7th Grade Math! This year, our assignments, daily lessons, video resources, and other information are all posted in Google Classroom. Please refer to Google Classroom for details. Click below for the 7th grade supply list (20202021) for traditional classroom teaching: 7th grade supply list.
7th Concept Listmrs. Colville's Math Class 9
7th Concept Listmrs. Colville's Math Classes
MathTuesday, June 16, at 7:50 AM HOMEWORK LISTTuesday, May 26  4.4/4.8  Wednesday, May 27  sheet pg 251  Thursday, May 28  exam practice  Friday, May 29  6.4/6.5 
Most weeks we take either a test of a quiz. Students are encouraged to make corrections (on another piece of paper, showing all work). The corrections should help students better understand the material and improve their grade. POWs can be found under 'document manager' found on the left side of this page. 
Welcome to Mrs. Harrison's Website. Below you will find some of the important concepts we'll be studying in 7th Grade. Also, I try to have the week's homework assignments posted by Monday afternoon. Be sure to check it if there is any question about what a child should be completing for class. Materials needed for math class each day: 3ring notebook to be used only for math looseleaf paper 2pocket folder LOTS of pencils with erasers protractor scientific calculator (about $10 at Walmart.. used in 7th and 8th grade) 
Homework for May 11 Monday correct quiz; POW 18; bring $5 for field day Tuesday none (Gates MacGinitie Test Wed AM) Wednesday keep working on POW 18 Thursday pg 520 1339 odds; finish POW18 Friday Homework for May 1115 (Accelerated 7) Mondaysheet 140; POW 18; $5 for field day Tuesday Wednesday sheet 4.3 Thursdaypg 185 3860 evens; finish POW18 Friday 
ORDER OF OPERATIONS: Parenthesis Exponents Multiplication & Division (done left to right as found in equation) Addition & Subtraction (done left to right as found in equation) You must compute answers within an equation in the above order or your answer will be inaccurate. Remember, negative signs count! 45  (4 x 2)^{3} 45  (8)^{3} 45  512 467 
Integer Rules Adding Integers The sum of 2 positives is positive. The sum of 2 negatives is negative. Example: 3 + 4 = 7 To add 2 integers with different signs, find the DIFFERENCE of their absolute values. The sum has the sign of the integer with the greater absolute value. Example: 6 + 4 = 2 (64=2. There were more negatives when you started, so the answer is negative.) Subtracting Integers To subtract an integer, add its opposite. Example:  4  (6) = +2 (change to 4 + (+6) then follow rules for adding integers) Multiplying Integers The product of 2 integers with the same sign is positive. Example: 6 x 3 = +18 The product of 2 integers with opposite signs is negative. Example: +4 x (2) = 8 Dividing Integers The quotient of 2 integers with the same sign is positive. Example: 35 divided by 7 = +5 The quotient of 2 integers with opposite signs is negative. Example: 16 divided by +2 = 8 
To solve an equation for x, do the INVERSE operation of the term that is on the same side of the equal sign as the x. This inverse number must be done on BOTH sides of the equation. ex. x8 = 2 x  8 +8 = 2 +8 x = 6 To solve a 2step equation, first do the inverse of the constant term, THEN do the inverse of variable term. ex. 3x + 4 = 16 3x + 4 + (4) = 16 + (4) 3x = 12 3x (divided by 3) = 12 (divided by 3) x = 4 
A SEQUENCE is a set of numbers that follows a pattern. Each number in a sequence is called a TERM. Two types of sequences are Arithmetic Sequences & Geometric Sequences. An Arithmetic Sequence is found by adding a fixed number to the previous term (the number might be negative). A Geometric Sequence is found by multiplying the previous term by a fixed number (the number might be a fraction). 
To add polynomials, add the coefficients of the like terms. ex. (3x + 4) + (5x + 2) = (3+ 5)x + (4 + 2) = 2x + 6 To subtract polynomials, keep the first polynomial, but negate each term of the second polynomial, then combine. ex. (3x + 4)  (5x + 2) = (3x + 4) (5x) (2) = 3x + 4 +5x 2 = 8x + 2 
PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM used to find the third side of a right triangle 2 2 2 a + b = c (a squared, plus b squared, equals c squared; where a and b are legs of the right triangle, and c is the hypotenuse.) 

