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    Mrs. Gunderson’s and  Mrs. Turk’s 7th grade Math

     Its hard to believe that we are half way through the year! Our hundredth day falls on February 13th and with it our class is finishing up on our topic of solving multistep equations and inequalities. By month's end we will be starting to investigate data collections and displays.

    Students will survey each other in hopes to attain information that can be used as visual representations. Students will use technology to construct bar graphs, pie charts, and line graphs to record their data. Don't be surprised when your child comes home and interviews you!

    We meet on Mondays with several of our students for study and organizational help in addition to practicing newly learned skills. All students are invited and we have adopted the practice of allowing students to choose where they feel they might need some extra guidance. 

     Best regards,Mrs. Gunderson & Mrs. Turk

     

     
    8th Grade Algebra

                          Our class has begun its study of exponential representation and operations involving scientific notation. We are learning about exponential growth and decay- a topic often implemented in Miss Porter's science class.

    We will learn how to graph exponential functions and apply the concept to real world situations. One consideration that our students can draw from is the rapid relay of information on social media.

    Its daunting to realize that our students have now turned the corner towards highschool! Welcome to the 3rd marking period!

     

     

     

     

     
     
                                                                  
     

     

     
     
     
     
     
     
                            
                            

     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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Last Modified on February 11, 2019