Math Literacy for College Class Page

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Online Practice: MyMathLab (username is school email, password is RI+ID# (EX: john.d123@rimschools.org, RI1234567)

Date Done in Class Handouts/Homework (click to open/download)
9/17 1.9 Making and Interpreting Graphs
Recording
#012 MML1.3 due 9/18
#013 Excel1 in Google Classroom due 9/23
9/14 1.3 Graphing Coordinates
Recording
#011 MML1.7 due 9/16
#012 MML1.3 due 9/18
9/10 1.7 Integer Operations
Recording
#010 MML1.6 due 9/14
#011 MML1.7 due 9/16
9/9 1.6 Understanding Integers
Recording
#010 MML1.6 due 9/14
9/3 2.16 Theoretical Probability
Recording
#008 MML1.5 due 9/10
#009 MML2.16 due 9/10
8/31 1.5b Experimental Probability
Recording
#005 MML0 Getting to Know MyMathLab due 9/2
#006 MML1.2 due 9/2
#007 MML1.4 due 9/2
8/27 1.5a Mammogram Test Explore #005 MML0 Getting to Know MyMathLab due 9/2
#006 MML1.2 due 9/2
#007 MML1.4 due 9/2
8/26 MyMathLab
Recording
#004 MSS 7&8 in Google Classroom due 8/27
#005 MML0 Getting to Know MyMathLab due 9/2
#006 MML1.2 due 9/2
#007 MML1.4 due 9/2
8/24 1.4b Ratios and Rates
Recording
#004 MSS 7&8 in Google Classroom due 8/27
8/20 1.4a Nutrition Percents Explore #004 MSS 7&8 in Google Classroom due 8/27
8/17 1.2b Using Fractions
Recording
#003 MSS 1&2 in Google Classroom due 8/20
8/13 1.2a Venn Diagrams
Recording
#003 MSS 1&2 in Google Classroom due 8/20
8/10 Group Focus Problem Jamboard  
8/6 Welcome!
Recording
#001 and #002 in Google Classroom due 8/10
This year, we will be following Black Hawk College’s curriculum to guide our learning. Upon successful completion of this course, the student shall be able to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of the characteristics of functions and apply this knowledge in modeling and problem solving
  • Perform operations on expressions and functions and make use of those operations in modeling and problem solving.
  • Solve equations in the context of modeling and problem solving.
  • Represent mathematical information symbolically, visually, numerically, and verbally.
  • Estimate and check answers to mathematical problems in order to determine reasonableness, identify alternatives, and select optimal results.
  • Use mathematically correct vocabulary and symbolism to communicate problem statements, problem-solving methods, and interpretations of the solutions to problems.