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# Primed for Numbers

## The Math III Newsletter for Imaginary High School

21 September 2015

## Our First Test Approaches

Our class will have its first
exam this Friday, 25 September.
Students have prepared so far with
two quizzes and a series of notebook assignments.

How to Review?

## the material covered so far this

year, with a greater focus on the
types of problems seen on the second quiz. Students should be confident with factoring, multiplying
polynomials, and combining like
terms.

## Students should go over their

notebooks and quizzes to see
which topics they are struggling
with.

## Tutoring is available for all

students after school on
Tuesdays and Thursdays in
Room 111.

## The students have corrected

go over a quiz with you. How
did they approach each problem? What difficulties did they
have the first time, and what
were they able to improve on?

Homecoming!
The students would never let us
forget that Homecoming is right around
the corner. Stay safe! Communicate with
your child and plan the evening so that it
can be as fun and safe as possible! Tickets can still be purchased from the
front office.

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## Math Activity: Pizza Prices

Heres a fun activity to help pizza at different locations. What
your child practice some math skills places offer the most pizza per dolthe next time you order out:
lar? Which sizes are the most cost
an order thats delicious and thrifty.
find the area of different sizes of

## Whats coming up? Exponential Change

In the upcoming weeks,
our class will begin to look into
exponential change, functions
that do not just increase in a line,
but increase more or decrease
more over time.
How does a bank account
change over time if money is deposited and left to gather interest?
How does a soccer ball behave
when its kicked into the air, or
what happens when a penny is
thrown off a tall building?

see exponential change in the
world, on an everyday basis: a