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Use formulas to solve problems. Convert between Fahrenheit and Celsius temperatures. 

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Graph linear inequalities. Graph solutions to inequality problems. For this lesson, Full Screen mode is recommended, as some answers may be visible to students if the Page Sorter view is on. 

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Multiplying polynomials, specifically binomials by binomials. 

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Model operations with polynomial expressions using algebra Tiles. Add, subtract, multiply and divide polynomials. 

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Students will understand how hurricanes form, understand when and where hurricanes occur in the world, understand the scale that is used to measure hurricanes. 

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Solve problems using percents and apply the formula for simple interest. 

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Students will reflect on the lessons they have learned from their fathers or grandfathers. 

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Multiply mixed numbers. Multiply positive and negative mixed numbers. Solve problems involving mixed numbers. 

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Solve proportion problems. Use proportions to find percents. Find the percent of a number using proportions. Find the number given a percent. 

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Use ratios to solve problems. Write ratios in simplest form. Solve ratio problems by modeling. 

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Estimating percents of a number using near fractions. Solve percent problems by estimation. 

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The objective of this lesson is to review absolute value, to simplify and evaluate absolute value expressions. 

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Write numbers (greater than one) in scientific notation, and convert between scientific notation and standard form. Solve problems using scientific notation. 

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Students will use math skills to determine how much paint to use and to keep the project on budget. They will use science to determine the best buy in paint. They will use technology and engineering to create the best furniture layout. 

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Students will be able to identify the history and traditions associated with celebrating July 4th in the United States. They will explore a timeline of events and play the Jeopardy Game. They may read the Declaration of Independence if desired. 

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