Summer homework this year is a little different. There are four separate due dates for material! If you cannot meet the due dates, please inform Mr. Patel at npatel@noblenetwork.org.

All written assignments should be turned in to turnitin.com. Hard copies of assignments should be brought to class on the first day of school: Monday, August 26th.

Turnitin info:

Class ID: 6565916 Password: power

Sample Written Work:
The following sample work all answer the question: "How do you solve an equation for x?" It should be noted that none of the papers have wrong information, but some are simply better at providing explanations and elaborating on how to represent this graphically, numerically, and analytically. Though the Far Below Expectations file, the author does forget to cite sources and makes another pretty obvious mistake in formatting. Algebra II's page has some samples, as well.

2.) What are all of the elements necessary to determine the equation of a line?

Week 3 (Due August 9th, 2013)

1.) According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the United States has a net gain of 1 person every 14 seconds. How many additional persons does that amount to in one year? (Remember to represent your answer graphically, algebraically, and numerically.)

2.) Describe three ways to solve a quadratic equation.

Include in your paragraphs answers to the following:

How many solutions can a quadratic have?

List as many synonyms as possible for solution to an equation.

Week 4 (Due August 23rd, 2013)

1.) What is the Pythagorean Theorem? How does it relate to the coordinate plane? Why is it true?

2.) What is a function? What is the domain of a function?

Summer Homework## Summer homework this year is a little different. There are four separate due dates for material! If you cannot meet the due dates, please inform Mr. Patel at npatel@noblenetwork.org.

All written assignments should be turned in to turnitin.com. Hard copies of assignments should be brought to class on the first day of school: Monday, August 26th.

Turnitin info:Class ID: 6565916

Password: power

Sample Written Work:The following sample work all answer the question: "How do you solve an equation for x?" It should be noted that none of the papers have wrong information, but some are simply better at providing explanations and elaborating on how to represent this graphically, numerically, and analytically. Though the Far Below Expectations file, the author does forget to cite sources and makes another pretty obvious mistake in formatting. Algebra II's page has some samples, as well.

Exceeding:Near:Below:You do not have to complete any quizzes.Week 1 (Due July 12th, 2013)## 1.) What is addition?

2.) What is multiplication?

Week 2 (Due July 26th, 2013)## 1.) What is a line? What is slope?

2.) What are all of the elements necessary to determine the equation of a line?

Week 3 (Due August 9th, 2013)## 1.) According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the United States has a net gain of 1 person every 14 seconds. How many additional persons does that amount to in one year? (Remember to represent your answer graphically, algebraically, and numerically.)

2.) Describe three ways to solve a quadratic equation.

## Include in your paragraphs answers to the following:

Week 4 (Due August 23rd, 2013)## 1.) What is the Pythagorean Theorem? How does it relate to the coordinate plane? Why is it true?

## 2.) What is a function? What is the domain of a function?