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This is the chapter on Patterning  for review and practice (if needed)
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 identify increasing and decreasing patterns
 extend increasing and decreasing patterns  write a rule for an increasing or decreasing patterns  create a Table of Values to show how a pattern extends  use the Table of Values to identify the initial value  use the Table of Values and the pattern rule, to write an algebraic expression  use the algebraic expression to find any term given the term number  write a there fore statement to answer a given questions  graph a linear growing pattern on a coordinate grid To date, we have learned to work with growing linear patterns; how to write a pattern rule (for example  start at 15 and add 4 each time); how to make a table of values for the pattern; how to extend a pattern; how to create an algebraic expression that we can use to find any term; and now we will be looking at how to graph a linear pattern. Here is a video to help you learn how to do that:
www.khanacademy.org/math/ccfifthgrademath/cc5thalgebraicthinking/v/relationshipsbetweenpatterns Your first UNIT TEST!
Geometry Test  Thursday November, 9, 2017 What do you need to know?  how to draw lines, rays, and line segments  how to draw and label parallel, intersecting and perpendicular lines  how to draw, measure and label acute, right, obtuse and reflex angles  how to identify and classify triangles by sides (equilateral, isosceles, and scalene) and by angles (acute, obtuse and right)  how to identify polygons by their name, shape and number of sides  how to solve problems involving drawing and measuring lines, triangles, and polygons Sources of information and review 1) Your Math Reference Notebook 2) Your Blue Math folder 3) This web site 4) Class review  come with your questions 
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