## Thursday, March 22, 2012

### Mandatory extra credit assignment

For your mandatory extra credit assignment you must watch this video from beginning to end. There is a hidden task in the video that you must do.

314 on 3.14

Help on solving systems with mult/add
algebra 9 5 prob 11
algebra 9 5 prob 11

## Tuesday, March 20, 2012

### Homework due Wednesday 3/21

ace 15-20, 63 p. 59
Help videos to be posted at 4:30

## Monday, March 19, 2012

### Shapes of Algebra homework due 3/20

Ace 8-14, 62 p. 59

## Wednesday, March 14, 2012

### Pi day Fun!

Sir Circumference and the Dragon of Pi
Please watch this early and often.  It doesn't count your view unless you reach the end!

Pi Domino

Pi Song (this is great!)

## Monday, March 12, 2012

### Homework due Tuesday no exceptions

It's only 9 problems!

## Wednesday, March 7, 2012

### Due Friday or recieve a detention form

Problem 1:

Elitch's passes for the season are regularly \$79.00. If you purchase them early you will receive a 18% discount. How much money will you save for buying your pass early?

Problem sheet:

## Tuesday, March 6, 2012

### Pi day pie baking contest

Just a reminder, if you want to eat pie on the Pi day celebration (3/16) then we need pies brought in on Pi day. Donated pies can be store bought. Pi baking contest pies must be homemade.

Here are the rules:

Pi Day Baking contest Rules and Procedures:

Rules:

2) Students must participate in the making of the pies. No parent only made pies

3) Pies must be delivered to the students’ homeroom by 7:25 on Friday 3/13

4) If there is dairy in anything other than butter, please make a note of it on the top

5) If pies are diabetic friendly (no sugar) please note that on the top of the pie

Procedures:

1) Pies will be checked into homerooms by 7:25 with this form signed my both the student and the parent.

2) At that time, a numbered sticker will be stuck to the bottom of the pie and on this form. Students must keep this form with the number.

3) Student council representatives will taste pies from a homeroom and judge each pie (see below for pie tasting rubric) before school starts.

4) Student council judges will determine the top two entries from each homeroom and those eight pies will be taken to the middle school teachers for final judging.

5) The final judging will take place at 11:45 and will follow the same judging rubric.

6) The eight finalists and the over-all winner and runner-up will be announced at 11:45 during the Pi day awards presentation.

7) The winner will have the chance to throw a whipped-cream pie in Mr. Framke’s face, acknowledgement in the middle school news letter, and possible additional prizes.

Appearance: 10 points each

Pre-slice score (Includes consistency of crust or topping)

After slice score (based on degree of appropriate runniness, juiciness or firmness)

Crust: 10 points

(Flaky or mealy)

Filling: 10 points each

1) Impression of the first taste. Strength and balance of flavor appropriate for type of pie; balance of sweet and/or tartness.

2) Peripheral flavors should be balanced with main ingredient of pie),

3) Mouth Feel (appropriate consistency, i.e. thick, thin, smooth, creamy, chalky, mushy, runny, dry, sticky, etc.), Crust (flaky or mealy)

4) Aftertaste (pleasant or unpleasant).

Overall Impression: 10 points

Impressiveness, Creativity (based on originality).

Pie #

I ________________________ agree to the rules of this contest.

(Student name)

____________________________

(Student signature)

____________________________

(Parent signature

10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Pre-slice score

Post-slice score

Crust

Impression of the first taste

Peripheral flavors

Mouth Feel

Aftertaste

Overall Impression

Total Score:

### digits of pi

You are expected to memorize a minimum of 12 digits (not including the first 3.

3.
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## Monday, March 5, 2012

### Homework Due Wed 3/7

When I was a middle schooler I wanted to be a fighter pilot, so here is my middle school dream job question. Enjoy.

1) The Boeing 767 flies at a cruising speed of 520 miles per hour.  The speed of sound is approximately 760 miles per hour.  The mach scale is a ratio that is used to express speed.  Mach 1 is the speed of sound and mach 2 is twice the speed of sound.  What is the speed of a 767 in the mach scale?

2) The fastest plane is NASA's x-43a.  It can fly at mach 9.6 (so cool I know).  What is the speed of the x-43a in miles per hour?

3) If New York and San Fransisco are about 5,000 mile apart, then how long will it take each plane to fly from NY to SF (excluding time to take off and land).

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