Notes 1

notes 2

On Friday in Math I we tested. The grades are in and they worked on test corrections on Monday. The retest is expected on Thursday. We will start our new lesson tomorrow.

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In Honors Math II we quizzed at the beginning of class and then moved on to learning about proving similar triangles. We didn't get through all of the examples, but did get through a few so they should have the basics of how to complete a proof.
Notes 1 notes 2 On Friday in Math I we tested. The grades are in and they worked on test corrections on Monday. The retest is expected on Thursday. We will start our new lesson tomorrow.
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