You can find almost all of the course materials for your math class in CANVAS.
I will post the videos of the lessons here in case you were not in class or would like to see the lesson again.
Pre-Algebra 7.3 Using the Percent Proportion
Math 7 - Module 2B - Lesson 16 and test review problems
Math 7 - Module 2B - Lesson 13 - Problem Set and a Better Method
Math 7 - Module 2B - Lesson 13 Day 2
Review how to Convert
1) Decimals to Fractions
2) Fractions to Decimal by rewriting Fractions with a Denominator with a Base of 10
Math 7 - Module 2B - Lesson 13 Day 1 - Exercise 2
Convert a Fraction to a Decimal
Pre-Algebra 6.9 Indirect Measurements
Setting up Proportions with Corresponding Parts to Solve and Find a missing measurement
Math 7 - Module 2B - Lesson 13 Day 1
Math 7 - Lesson 12
How is Multiplication related to Division?
Identify the Dividend, Divisor, and Quotient.
How are the Dividend and Divisor related to Numerator and Denominator?
How is division related to fractions?
Pre-Algebra: 6.8 - Dilations
Transformation #3 - Dilation
1) Find new points for Image
2) Graph Image
3) Find Scale Factor of Image
4) If given Image and SF, find Original Points
Pre-Algebra - 6.7: Similar Figures
Finding Measures of Similar Figures by
1) Using Proportions to match Corresponding Parts
2) Setting it up as an Equation y = kx
y is what you want
k is the scale factor
x is what you have
if scale factor, SF is <1 you have a reduction
if scale factor, SF is >1 you have an enlargement
Math 7 - Module 2B - Lesson 11
The Rules for Multiplication
I misspoke at the end. I boofed.
-1 x -1 = (positive) 1
I don't know why I said = 0
(ACTUALLY I DO - BUT....)
Pre-Algebra - 6.6 - Scale Drawings and Models
Finding the Scale (Factor)
Using Scale Factor to find measurements
Math 7 - Module 2B - Lesson 10
Recognizing Multiplication is a shorter way of writing Addition of repeated Numbers