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Oakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy - Videosen-usEdlio CMS<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra 2.3 - Subtracting Integers.]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=294393Fri, 25 Dec 2020 04:10:02 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung44:27Understand that Subtraction is the SAME as Adding the Opposite of a number.
Converting a subtraction expression into adding with a negative allows you to regroup the integers using the commutative property to a group with positive integers and a group with negative integers (and if there is an integer and its additive inverse, grouping this together makes zero). If you have groups of integers with the same sign, you just add their absolute values together and keep the original sign.
Understand that Subtraction is the SAME as Adding the Opposite of a number.
Converting a subtraction expression into adding with a negative allows you to regroup the integers using the commutative property to a group with positive integers and a group with negative integers (and if there is an integer and its additive inverse, grouping this together makes zero). If you have groups of integers with the same sign, you just add their absolute values together and keep the original sign.
<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 2A - Lesson 1]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=309698Wed, 12 May 2021 05:02:17 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung51:34How to Use a Number Line to:
a) Describe Positive and Negative Numbers
b) Find the Distance a Number is from Zero aka The Absolute Value
c) What are opposite numbers
d) A number is combined with its opposite number also called its Additive Inverse, the result is zero
e) How to and which direction to move from one number to the next (ADDING)How to Use a Number Line to:
a) Describe Positive and Negative Numbers
b) Find the Distance a Number is from Zero aka The Absolute Value
c) What are opposite numbers
d) A number is combined with its opposite number also called its Additive Inverse, the result is zero
e) How to and which direction to move from one number to the next (ADDING)<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1D - Practice Test Problems]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=308887Wed, 05 May 2021 05:02:10 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:47:52Models of each problem on the TestModels of each problem on the Test<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 2B - Lesson 13 Day 2]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=317119Mon, 26 Jul 2021 05:05:03 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung20:19Review how to Convert
1) Decimals to Fractions
2) Fractions to Decimal by rewriting Fractions with a Denominator with a Base of 10Review how to Convert
1) Decimals to Fractions
2) Fractions to Decimal by rewriting Fractions with a Denominator with a Base of 10<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 2A - Lesson 2]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=310322Tue, 18 May 2021 05:02:23 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:1:32Modeling Addition of Integers on a NumberLineModeling Addition of Integers on a NumberLine<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1C - Lesson 13 part 1]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=301451Tue, 16 Feb 2021 04:11:24 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:14:51Solving Word Problems Involving Complex Fractions/RatiosSolving Word Problems Involving Complex Fractions/Ratios<![CDATA[Algebra 1 - Slope Intercept Form (5-3)]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=257489Wed, 15 Jul 2020 04:04:22 PDTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy32:07Objectives
1) Identify the Slope and Y-Intercept from the Equation of a Line in Slope Intercept Form
a) Be able to (re)write a Linear Equation into Slope Intercept Form
2) Write an Equation of a Line (in Slope Intercept Form) given:
a) the Slope and Y-Intercept
b) the Graph of a Linear Equation
c) Two point (that exist) on the Line
3) Graph a Linear Equation from an Equation in Slope Intercept FormObjectives
1) Identify the Slope and Y-Intercept from the Equation of a Line in Slope Intercept Form
a) Be able to (re)write a Linear Equation into Slope Intercept Form
2) Write an Equation of a Line (in Slope Intercept Form) given:
a) the Slope and Y-Intercept
b) the Graph of a Linear Equation
c) Two point (that exist) on the Line
3) Graph a Linear Equation from an Equation in Slope Intercept Form<![CDATA[Oakland Military Institute - Success isn't for everyone]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=301450Mon, 15 Feb 2021 04:11:23 PSTSFC. SFC Phil CottonSFC. SFC Phil Cotton00:30Want to know how to become a Cadet at the Oakland Military Institute? Visit JOINOMI.ORG.
The Oakland Military Institute is a Charter school run by the California National Guard in partnership with the Oakland Unified School District. Here's the down and dirty. Our whole goal is to prep your kid for College by any means necessary.
We put your kid through Mentally, Physically, and most importantly, Academically challenging situations. We use Military structure to keep the learning environment, well, a learning environment. We serve 6th - 12th graders and although many of us wear Military Uniforms, we don't push the Military. Your child is going to College!Want to know how to become a Cadet at the Oakland Military Institute? Visit JOINOMI.ORG.
The Oakland Military Institute is a Charter school run by the California National Guard in partnership with the Oakland Unified School District. Here's the down and dirty. Our whole goal is to prep your kid for College by any means necessary.
We put your kid through Mentally, Physically, and most importantly, Academically challenging situations. We use Military structure to keep the learning environment, well, a learning environment. We serve 6th - 12th graders and although many of us wear Military Uniforms, we don't push the Military. Your child is going to College!<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 4.2 Simplifying Algebraic Expressions]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=302261Thu, 25 Feb 2021 04:12:03 PSTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy1:6:57Know and be able to Identify what
a Term is?
Like Terms are?
are Coefficients?
is/are Constants?
To be able to COMBINE LIKE TERMS to rewrite and simplify an algebraic expression
(Distributing if necessary)Know and be able to Identify what
a Term is?
Like Terms are?
are Coefficients?
is/are Constants?
To be able to COMBINE LIKE TERMS to rewrite and simplify an algebraic expression
(Distributing if necessary)<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1D - Lesson 19]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=305817Fri, 09 Apr 2021 05:01:15 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:8:32What is the Area Factor, AF?
How does the Scale Factor, SF relate to the Area Factor?
Given the Area Factor, find the Scale Factor.
Given the Scale Factor, find the Area Factor.
Use the Area Factor to find the Area of a Polygon if given the Area of another proportional Polygon.
Old Measurement X Scale Factor = New Measurement
Old Area X Area Factor = New AreaWhat is the Area Factor, AF?
How does the Scale Factor, SF relate to the Area Factor?
Given the Area Factor, find the Scale Factor.
Given the Scale Factor, find the Area Factor.
Use the Area Factor to find the Area of a Polygon if given the Area of another proportional Polygon.
Old Measurement X Scale Factor = New Measurement
Old Area X Area Factor = New Area<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 3.3 Multiplying Rational Numbers]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=300403Fri, 05 Feb 2021 04:11:13 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung33:03Multiply positive and negative rational number: fractions and mixed numbers
Substitute fractions into algebraic expressions and evaluate
Multiply positive and negative rational number: fractions and mixed numbers
Substitute fractions into algebraic expressions and evaluate
<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1A - Lesson 3 - Prove Proportional or Not]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=286255Thu, 19 Nov 2020 04:08:27 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:7:55Show if a data set is proportional or non-proportional.
Use/Find k, the Constant of Proportionality (k = y/x) to
a) prove if proportional or non-proportional
b) find missing data co-ordinate by substituting into y = kxShow if a data set is proportional or non-proportional.
Use/Find k, the Constant of Proportionality (k = y/x) to
a) prove if proportional or non-proportional
b) find missing data co-ordinate by substituting into y = kx<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1A - Lesson 6]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=290503Thu, 03 Dec 2020 04:09:10 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung48:12Multiple Examples of Proving if Quantities are Proportional or Not by Graphing
Each Group is assigned 1 of 4 problems to do in breakout rooms.
Multiple Examples of Proving if Quantities are Proportional or Not by Graphing
Each Group is assigned 1 of 4 problems to do in breakout rooms.
<![CDATA[THIS IS OMI]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=300404Fri, 05 Feb 2021 04:11:13 PSTSFC. SFC Phil CottonSFC. SFC Phil Cotton1:14The Oakland Military Institute (OMI) is Calfironia's number one College Prep School run by the California National Guard.The Oakland Military Institute (OMI) is Calfironia's number one College Prep School run by the California National Guard.<![CDATA[The OMI Edge]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=348820Wed, 15 Mar 2023 06:12:21 PDTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy4:14To unmute, click on the slashed speaker cone or increase your device volume.To unmute, click on the slashed speaker cone or increase your device volume.<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 2B - Lesson 11]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=315575Sat, 10 Jul 2021 05:04:17 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung53:02The Rules for Multiplication
Note:
I misspoke at the end. I boofed.
-1 x -1 = (positive) 1
I don't know why I said = 0
(ACTUALLY I DO - BUT....)The Rules for Multiplication
Note:
I misspoke at the end. I boofed.
-1 x -1 = (positive) 1
I don't know why I said = 0
(ACTUALLY I DO - BUT....)<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 6.7: Similar Figures]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=3155761 you have an enlargement]]>Sat, 10 Jul 2021 05:04:17 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung54:18Finding 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 enlargementFinding 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<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 6.3 Converting Rates and Measurements]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=312185Wed, 02 Jun 2021 05:03:10 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung49:27Convert Rates to Other Unit MeasuresConvert Rates to Other Unit Measures<![CDATA[Math 7 - Lesson 12]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=316024Thu, 15 Jul 2021 05:04:22 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung42:22How 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?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?<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 2A - Lesson 5]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=312066Wed, 02 Jun 2021 05:03:10 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:3:42How is Subtracting related to Addition?
What is the difference in showing Subtraction on a Number Line Vs. Addition on a Number Line?How is Subtracting related to Addition?
What is the difference in showing Subtraction on a Number Line Vs. Addition on a Number Line?<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1D - Lesson 18 Problems Worked Out]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=305813Thu, 08 Apr 2021 05:01:14 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:15:05Check your work and Answers by following along.
If you are still having issues after the video,
form questions to ask during class or Academic Support
Check your work and Answers by following along.
If you are still having issues after the video,
form questions to ask during class or Academic Support
<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra: 6.8 - Dilations]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=316022Wed, 14 Jul 2021 05:04:21 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung50:51Transformation #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 PointsTransformation #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<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 3.4 Dividing Rational Numbers]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=300405Fri, 05 Feb 2021 04:11:13 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:2:49Dividing positive and negative rational numbers
Simplifying Algebraic FractionsDividing positive and negative rational numbers
Simplifying Algebraic Fractions<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 5.5: Solving Multi-Step Equations and Inequalitites]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=309687Wed, 12 May 2021 05:02:17 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung46:54Solving Equations with Variables on BOTH sides of an Equation,
But, can require simplifying One or Both sides of the Equation First.
Solving an Inequality is no different that solving a similar Equation
EXCEPT when Multiplying OR Dividing BOTH sides by a NEGATIVE
Solving Equations with Variables on BOTH sides of an Equation,
But, can require simplifying One or Both sides of the Equation First.
Solving an Inequality is no different that solving a similar Equation
EXCEPT when Multiplying OR Dividing BOTH sides by a NEGATIVE
<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 5.1 Homework Problems Worked Out]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=307422Fri, 23 Apr 2021 05:01:29 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung34:32Walk-Through for the Homework Problems
Follow the steps and Check your workWalk-Through for the Homework Problems
Follow the steps and Check your work<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra 2.2 - Adding Integers]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=294384Fri, 25 Dec 2020 04:10:02 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung52:39Use a number line to understand the movement of adding integers.
Adding not only positive numbers with each other, but adding a positive with a negative, or negative with a negative and knowing where the final resulting sum ends up.
Using the idea of movement on a number line , then add multiple integers to find the corresponding sum.
Seeing that grouping integers (via the commutative property) into positives and negatives, leads to knowing that
adding integers with the same sign - you just add the numbers together and keep the sign.Use a number line to understand the movement of adding integers.
Adding not only positive numbers with each other, but adding a positive with a negative, or negative with a negative and knowing where the final resulting sum ends up.
Using the idea of movement on a number line , then add multiple integers to find the corresponding sum.
Seeing that grouping integers (via the commutative property) into positives and negatives, leads to knowing that
adding integers with the same sign - you just add the numbers together and keep the sign.<![CDATA[]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=201955Wed, 27 Feb 2019 02:12:05 PSTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy9:46<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra 1.6 - Scatterplots]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=289470Sun, 29 Nov 2020 04:09:06 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung25:37After plotting points on a graph:
Can you tell if
a) There is a Relationship in the data that is
i) Positive
ii) Negative
b) There is no relationship at all among the dataAfter plotting points on a graph:
Can you tell if
a) There is a Relationship in the data that is
i) Positive
ii) Negative
b) There is no relationship at all among the data<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra 6.5 Solving Proportions]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=313948Mon, 21 Jun 2021 05:03:29 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung54:52Finding Equivalent Ratios or Using the Cross-Product to Solve ProportionsFinding Equivalent Ratios or Using the Cross-Product to Solve Proportions<![CDATA[Grizzlies Run This Town 2019]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=219304Wed, 28 Aug 2019 03:06:05 PDTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy1:28<![CDATA[Grizzlies on the Green 2018]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=346111Sun, 15 Jan 2023 06:10:23 PSTMr.. Jard DavisMr.. Jard Davis6:19The following is an example of supplemental/ flipped lesson content to help students work independently from home.The following is an example of supplemental/ flipped lesson content to help students work independently from home.<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1C - Lesson 15 - Day 2]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=302899Wed, 03 Mar 2021 04:12:09 PSTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy28:57Using a Proportional Graph to find solutions (ordered pairs)
Graph fractional Ordered Pairs
Read an Ordered Pair in context of a word problemUsing a Proportional Graph to find solutions (ordered pairs)
Graph fractional Ordered Pairs
Read an Ordered Pair in context of a word problem<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1A - Lesson 5 - Proving Proporrtional or Non-Proportional by Graph]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=289478Sun, 29 Nov 2020 04:09:06 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung47:47After Graphing Data Set of Ordered Pairs
Two-step process to check if there is a Proportion
1) Are all the plotted points on a straight line?
2) Does the straight line got through OR line up with the Origin?
If "yes" to both questions, graph is a Proportion.
If "no" to one or both questions, graph is Non-ProportionalAfter Graphing Data Set of Ordered Pairs
Two-step process to check if there is a Proportion
1) Are all the plotted points on a straight line?
2) Does the straight line got through OR line up with the Origin?
If "yes" to both questions, graph is a Proportion.
If "no" to one or both questions, graph is Non-Proportional<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1C - Lesson 14]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=302259Thu, 25 Feb 2021 04:12:03 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:12:06Be able to find the
Discount
Discount Price
Commission
Mark Up
and
Mark Up Price
by finding the portion of the Original priceBe able to find the
Discount
Discount Price
Commission
Mark Up
and
Mark Up Price
by finding the portion of the Original price<![CDATA[Algebra 1 - Slope Intercept Form]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=257473Wed, 15 Jul 2020 04:04:22 PDTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy32:07Objective
1) Identify Slope and Y-Intercept from an Equation in Slope Intercept Form
a) be able to (re)write and equation into Slope Intercept Form, if given a Linear Equation not in Slope Intercept Form
2) Write the Equation of a Line in Slope Intercept Form given
a) the slope and y-intercept
b) the graph of a line
c) two points (that exist) on the line
3) Graph a Line given the Equation of a Line (in Slope Intercept Form)Objective
1) Identify Slope and Y-Intercept from an Equation in Slope Intercept Form
a) be able to (re)write and equation into Slope Intercept Form, if given a Linear Equation not in Slope Intercept Form
2) Write the Equation of a Line in Slope Intercept Form given
a) the slope and y-intercept
b) the graph of a line
c) two points (that exist) on the line
3) Graph a Line given the Equation of a Line (in Slope Intercept Form)<![CDATA[Algebra1 Day 4 - Lesson 5-2 reteach]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=243518Wed, 17 Jun 2020 04:03:25 PDTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy20:45Reteach worksheet and Form K worksheet for 5-2
Also, Make a 1-page cheat sheet summarizing the concepts of 5-1 and 5-2.
Following 5-2, I would have given you a Mastery Assignment (test)
So, make a 1-page cheat-sheet for now - and wait. (=Reteach worksheet and Form K worksheet for 5-2
Also, Make a 1-page cheat sheet summarizing the concepts of 5-1 and 5-2.
Following 5-2, I would have given you a Mastery Assignment (test)
So, make a 1-page cheat-sheet for now - and wait. (=<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1D - Lesson 18]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=305645Wed, 07 Apr 2021 05:01:13 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung55:05Finding CORRESPONDING Lengths
Given
a length
AND
(by finding) the Scale Factor (SF)
Original Measurement X Scale Factor = NEW MeasurementFinding CORRESPONDING Lengths
Given
a length
AND
(by finding) the Scale Factor (SF)
Original Measurement X Scale Factor = NEW Measurement<![CDATA[]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=316010Wed, 14 Jul 2021 05:04:21 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung00:00<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra Ch1.2: Variables and Expression]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=284227Thu, 12 Nov 2020 04:08:20 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung58:43Translate a statement into a variable math expression
Evaluate an expression by substituting in for the variablesTranslate a statement into a variable math expression
Evaluate an expression by substituting in for the variables<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 3.6 Adding and Subtracting Fractions]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=300912Wed, 10 Feb 2021 04:11:18 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:6:30Add and Subtract
Fractions
Improper
Mixed Numbers (Convert into Improper Fractions)
(Positive and Negative)Add and Subtract
Fractions
Improper
Mixed Numbers (Convert into Improper Fractions)
(Positive and Negative)<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 6.3 - Worked Out Problems]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=312641Sat, 05 Jun 2021 05:03:13 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:7:18Going through and explaining how to solve the HW problemsGoing through and explaining how to solve the HW problems<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 2A - Lesson 4 Day 1]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=311276Tue, 25 May 2021 05:03:02 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:5:25Use a Numberline and Vectors to Understand Adding Integers
Adding with the Same Signs
Positive + Positive
Negative + Negative
Adding with Different Signs
Is the Sum Positive or Negative?Use a Numberline and Vectors to Understand Adding Integers
Adding with the Same Signs
Positive + Positive
Negative + Negative
Adding with Different Signs
Is the Sum Positive or Negative?<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra 2.7 - Translation and Reflections on the Coordinate Plane]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=297521Thu, 14 Jan 2021 04:10:22 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:3:17Know how to calculate now points, graph IMAGE, and write a rule for Transformations:
1) Translation - sliding
2) Reflection - flipping overKnow how to calculate now points, graph IMAGE, and write a rule for Transformations:
1) Translation - sliding
2) Reflection - flipping over<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra 2.1 - Integers and Absolute Values]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=294373Fri, 25 Dec 2020 04:10:02 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung45:42Understand the Integers have not only a positive or negative value but also a direction
Positive Integers go right of zero on a horizontal number line and up from zero on a vertical line
Negative Integers go left of zero on a horizontal number line and down from zero on a vertical line
Absolute Values represent the unit value distance/length from zero - that is why the absolute value of positive numbers and negative numbers is always positive. Length/Distance is measured in positive units.
Understand the Integers have not only a positive or negative value but also a direction
Positive Integers go right of zero on a horizontal number line and up from zero on a vertical line
Negative Integers go left of zero on a horizontal number line and down from zero on a vertical line
Absolute Values represent the unit value distance/length from zero - that is why the absolute value of positive numbers and negative numbers is always positive. Length/Distance is measured in positive units.
<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra: Identifying Terms and Parts of an Expression]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=303255Sun, 07 Mar 2021 04:12:13 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung9:41Separate the Expression into Terms to work with
Be able to Identify and Label the:
Like Terms
Constants
and
Coefficients
This exercise helps for you to see that you can only combine LIKE TERMS Separate the Expression into Terms to work with
Be able to Identify and Label the:
Like Terms
Constants
and
Coefficients
This exercise helps for you to see that you can only combine LIKE TERMS <![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1B - Lesson 10 - Day 2]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=298619Thu, 21 Jan 2021 04:10:29 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:14:28<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra Chapter 5 Review Practice Problems]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=310349Tue, 18 May 2021 05:02:23 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:20:38Study the steps for the testStudy the steps for the test<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1B - Lesson 8]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=297529Fri, 15 Jan 2021 04:10:23 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung31:45Writing proportional equations in the form of
y = kx
find k by dividing y and x
and insert in equation
ie; if x = 4 and y = 12
y / x = k
12/ 4 = 3 = k
equation is
y = 3xWriting proportional equations in the form of
y = kx
find k by dividing y and x
and insert in equation
ie; if x = 4 and y = 12
y / x = k
12/ 4 = 3 = k
equation is
y = 3x<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1B - Lesson 7]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=297649Fri, 15 Jan 2021 04:10:23 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:5:34Writing proportional equations: y = kx
Find/Solve for k
to substitute into the equation and write the equation
y = k times x
Variable1 = number value of k times variable2Writing proportional equations: y = kx
Find/Solve for k
to substitute into the equation and write the equation
y = k times x
Variable1 = number value of k times variable2<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 4.4 Solving by Dividing or Multiplying]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=302724Tue, 02 Mar 2021 04:12:08 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung17:55Solve One-Step Algebraic Equations by Multiplying or Dividing
Use the Multiplication or Division Property of Equality
Use an Inverse Operation Solve One-Step Algebraic Equations by Multiplying or Dividing
Use the Multiplication or Division Property of Equality
Use an Inverse Operation <![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 4.3 Solve by Adding or Subtracting]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=302721Tue, 02 Mar 2021 04:12:08 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung17:41Solve One-Step Algebraic Equations by Adding or Subtracting
Use the Addition or Subtraction Property of Equality
Use an Inverse Operation Solve One-Step Algebraic Equations by Adding or Subtracting
Use the Addition or Subtraction Property of Equality
Use an Inverse Operation <![CDATA[Pre-Algebra: Simplifying an Expression]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=303258Mon, 08 Mar 2021 04:12:14 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung10:12Follow the Rules of GEMDAS aka the Order of Operations to simplify an expression
Distributing to eliminate grouping symbols
Sorting terms by Like Terms in order to Combine Like TermsFollow the Rules of GEMDAS aka the Order of Operations to simplify an expression
Distributing to eliminate grouping symbols
Sorting terms by Like Terms in order to Combine Like Terms<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1A - Lesson 2]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=284218Thu, 12 Nov 2020 04:08:20 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:20:45How to check if ratios are proportional to each other by checking for the Constant of Proportionality, k.
Find and use k.
y = kx or k = y/xHow to check if ratios are proportional to each other by checking for the Constant of Proportionality, k.
Find and use k.
y = kx or k = y/x<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1D - Lesson 17 Problem Set Worked out]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=305439Mon, 05 Apr 2021 05:01:11 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung55:35An explanation and working out of the steps for the problem set.
Check and compare your work.
Still unsure or lost, ask questions during class or Academic Support.An explanation and working out of the steps for the problem set.
Check and compare your work.
Still unsure or lost, ask questions during class or Academic Support.<![CDATA[Algebra 1 - Solving Linear Systems using Substitution (6-2)]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=263876Wed, 29 Jul 2020 04:05:06 PDTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy21:362nd of 3 methods in finding the solution to a Linear System2nd of 3 methods in finding the solution to a Linear System<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 6.1 Ratios]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=311271Tue, 25 May 2021 05:03:02 PDTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy37:41Writing Ratios as Fractions
Simplifying Ratios
Explaining what a Ratio representsWriting Ratios as Fractions
Simplifying Ratios
Explaining what a Ratio represents<![CDATA[Algebra1 Day1 - Lesson 5-1]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=242453Mon, 15 Jun 2020 04:03:23 PDTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy31:33day 1 videoday 1 video<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra 6.4 Day 2 - Show Proportional Relationships by Graphing and Worked Problems]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=313173Fri, 11 Jun 2021 05:03:19 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:3:47Show if a relationship is Proportional or Non-Proportional by GraphingShow if a relationship is Proportional or Non-Proportional by Graphing<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1D - Lesson 17]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=305141Thu, 01 Apr 2021 05:01:07 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:7:45How do you find the SCALE FACTOR?
How do you use the Scale Factor, SF to show a drawing is a scale drawing/proportional drawing or not?
Given the Scale Factor, SF and the Original Measurements/Length/Distance,
draw the NEW image as a Reduction or Enlargement based on the Scale Factor.How do you find the SCALE FACTOR?
How do you use the Scale Factor, SF to show a drawing is a scale drawing/proportional drawing or not?
Given the Scale Factor, SF and the Original Measurements/Length/Distance,
draw the NEW image as a Reduction or Enlargement based on the Scale Factor.<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 2A - Lesson 7]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=312875Wed, 09 Jun 2021 05:03:17 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:7:37Applying Rules of Addition and Subtraction to Rational NumbersApplying Rules of Addition and Subtraction to Rational Numbers<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 4.5 Day 2: More 2-Step Equations Practice]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=305144Thu, 01 Apr 2021 05:01:07 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:5:39TWO Steps
(check first - if you can simplify one side of the equation by combining LIKE Terms - if possible)
1) How to you eliminate the Constant? (set it to ZERO by using the Additive Inverse)
2) How to you eliminate the Coefficient? (set to ONE by using the Multiplicative Inverse)TWO Steps
(check first - if you can simplify one side of the equation by combining LIKE Terms - if possible)
1) How to you eliminate the Constant? (set it to ZERO by using the Additive Inverse)
2) How to you eliminate the Coefficient? (set to ONE by using the Multiplicative Inverse)<![CDATA[Math 7 Redeux - Lesson 3 and 4]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=294402Fri, 25 Dec 2020 04:10:02 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung59:32Using either form y = kx or k = y/x
to fill-in a proportional data chart
or prove a table of values are proportional by show ALL k's are equal.Using either form y = kx or k = y/x
to fill-in a proportional data chart
or prove a table of values are proportional by show ALL k's are equal.<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1C - Lesson 12]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=301349Mon, 15 Feb 2021 04:11:23 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:2:07More Practice Simplifying COMPLEX FRACTIONS
Convert Mixed Numbers into Improper Fractions
Multiply by the Multiplicative Inverse AKA the ReciprocalMore Practice Simplifying COMPLEX FRACTIONS
Convert Mixed Numbers into Improper Fractions
Multiply by the Multiplicative Inverse AKA the Reciprocal<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra Chapter 1-1]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=283590Wed, 11 Nov 2020 04:08:19 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:28:49Lesson 1-1
A Review of Skills
1) Translating Statements into Math Expressions
2) Order of Operations (GEMDAS)Lesson 1-1
A Review of Skills
1) Translating Statements into Math Expressions
2) Order of Operations (GEMDAS)<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra 1.5 - Functions]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=288401Wed, 25 Nov 2020 04:09:02 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung55:55How to tell if you have a function by looking at the Data Set? the T-Chart?
Is/ Can x be repeated?
Is/ Can y be repeated?How to tell if you have a function by looking at the Data Set? the T-Chart?
Is/ Can x be repeated?
Is/ Can y be repeated?<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 4.2 Simplifying Algebraic Expressions]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=302433Sat, 27 Feb 2021 04:12:05 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:6:57Know and be able to Identify what
a Term is?
Like Terms are?
are Coefficients?
is/are Constants?
To be able to COMBINE LIKE TERMS to rewrite and simplify an algebraic expression
(Distributing if necessary)Know and be able to Identify what
a Term is?
Like Terms are?
are Coefficients?
is/are Constants?
To be able to COMBINE LIKE TERMS to rewrite and simplify an algebraic expression
(Distributing if necessary)<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1D - Lesson 19 - the Rest of the Lesson]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=305943Fri, 09 Apr 2021 05:01:15 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung29:21These are the exercises in the Notes Packet (not an assignment but part of the notes) you were supposed to do and try on your own. It's for you to check to see if you can succeed on your own. Watch the video to check your own work.These are the exercises in the Notes Packet (not an assignment but part of the notes) you were supposed to do and try on your own. It's for you to check to see if you can succeed on your own. Watch the video to check your own work.<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 5.3: Inequalities]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=308960Wed, 05 May 2021 05:02:10 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung44:56What are the FOUR different Inequalities
How to Translate an Inequality
How to Write an Inequality
How to Graph an InequalityWhat are the FOUR different Inequalities
How to Translate an Inequality
How to Write an Inequality
How to Graph an Inequality<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 2A - Lesson 6]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=312548Sat, 05 Jun 2021 05:03:13 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:6:32Using the (1-Dimensional) Distance Formula to find the distance between
two-points horizontally
or
two-points vertically
on a numberline
more practice with changing subtraction to "adding the additive inverse"Using the (1-Dimensional) Distance Formula to find the distance between
two-points horizontally
or
two-points vertically
on a numberline
more practice with changing subtraction to "adding the additive inverse"<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 2A - Lesson 3]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=310766Fri, 21 May 2021 05:02:26 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung52:28Using a Numberline to Understand
The Similarities and Differences
When adding a Positive or Negative NumberUsing a Numberline to Understand
The Similarities and Differences
When adding a Positive or Negative Number<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 2A - Practice Test Questions]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=314204Tue, 22 Jun 2021 05:03:30 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung51:28<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra 2.6 - Graphing in 4 Quadrants]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=297347Thu, 14 Jan 2021 04:10:22 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung42:21Be able to label and locate the 4 Quadrants
Be able to label a point into its lying quadrant
Be able to label and locate the 4 Quadrants
Be able to label a point into its lying quadrant
<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1B - Lesson 9]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=297626Fri, 15 Jan 2021 04:10:23 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung33:13More writing proportional equations
Three equations to know
1) y = kx
2) k = y/x
3) x = y/k
writing y = kx using other variables in place of x and yMore writing proportional equations
Three equations to know
1) y = kx
2) k = y/x
3) x = y/k
writing y = kx using other variables in place of x and y<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1C - Lesson 14]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=302109Wed, 24 Feb 2021 04:12:02 PSTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy56:55Using ratios to find the:
Discount
Discount Price
Commission
Mark Up
Mark Up PriceUsing ratios to find the:
Discount
Discount Price
Commission
Mark Up
Mark Up Price<![CDATA[Algebra1 Day3 Lesson 5-2]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=242998Wed, 17 Jun 2020 04:03:25 PDTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy22:43Direct Variation or y = kx, where k is the "constant of variation" (also the slope)Direct Variation or y = kx, where k is the "constant of variation" (also the slope)<![CDATA[Math7 day2 - Lesson 6]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=242997Wed, 17 Jun 2020 04:03:25 PDTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy1:20:14Lesson 6 Combining Like Terms that include fractions
This is a big lesson
If you can finish in 1 day - great
But, you need more time, another day - take it...Lesson 6 Combining Like Terms that include fractions
This is a big lesson
If you can finish in 1 day - great
But, you need more time, another day - take it...<![CDATA[Math7 Mini-Pre-Lesson for Day 2 Lesson 6]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=242996Tue, 16 Jun 2020 04:03:24 PDTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy11:52A review on how to find the Least Common Multiple in helping you find
The Least Common Denominator
So, you can add and subtract fractions
When you combine like terms that are or have fractions for Lesson 6A review on how to find the Least Common Multiple in helping you find
The Least Common Denominator
So, you can add and subtract fractions
When you combine like terms that are or have fractions for Lesson 6<![CDATA[Math7 d4 - Lesson 7]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=243607Thu, 18 Jun 2020 04:03:26 PDTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy40:01Understanding how to write and solve equations.
How to use pictures and diagrams to organize your thoughts.Understanding how to write and solve equations.
How to use pictures and diagrams to organize your thoughts.<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 2B - Lesson 16 and test review problems]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=318248Sun, 08 Aug 2021 05:05:16 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung57:01<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1D - Lesson 19 - Problem Set]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=305975Sat, 10 Apr 2021 05:01:16 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung52:32Check your answers and work as you follow along the video where the problems from the problem set are worked out. If you still don't understand, bring it up and have questions next class or during Academic Support.Check your answers and work as you follow along the video where the problems from the problem set are worked out. If you still don't understand, bring it up and have questions next class or during Academic Support.<![CDATA[Football Highlights: Anderson Montoya WR/S C/O 2020 Midyr]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=225224Wed, 18 Dec 2019 03:09:25 PSTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy<![CDATA[Football Highlights: Charles Colvin QB/CB OMI Mid c/o 2022]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=225226Wed, 18 Dec 2019 03:09:25 PSTRajashanea EverettRajashanea Everett<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra 3.1 - Fractions and Decimals]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=299198Tue, 26 Jan 2021 04:11:03 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung54:59Changing Fractions to Decimals
Mixed Numbers to Decimals
Writing Repeated DecimalsChanging Fractions to Decimals
Mixed Numbers to Decimals
Writing Repeated Decimals<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1D - Lesson 20]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=307105Tue, 20 Apr 2021 05:01:26 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:6:02How to make a Scale Drawing.
Measure and Record all sides.
Calculate new proportional corresponding sides using the Scale Factor
Calculate Scale Drawing Area using the Area FactorHow to make a Scale Drawing.
Measure and Record all sides.
Calculate new proportional corresponding sides using the Scale Factor
Calculate Scale Drawing Area using the Area Factor<![CDATA[Math7 - Module 1A - Review Problems]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=291077Tue, 08 Dec 2020 04:09:15 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:6:03Can you solve problems:
1) Proving quantities are Proportional by Graphing
2) Proving quantities are Proportional by using k
3) Find the Unit Rate of a ratio
4) Which is the better buy
5) Writing a Ratio and writing it in Simplest form
6) Write a ratio in ALL its forms
7) Given a ratio, use it to find another quantity that is proportional to it.Can you solve problems:
1) Proving quantities are Proportional by Graphing
2) Proving quantities are Proportional by using k
3) Find the Unit Rate of a ratio
4) Which is the better buy
5) Writing a Ratio and writing it in Simplest form
6) Write a ratio in ALL its forms
7) Given a ratio, use it to find another quantity that is proportional to it.<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1A - Lesson 1 - Ratios]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=283570Wed, 11 Nov 2020 04:08:19 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:27:32Lesson 1
Ratios - What is a Ratio? How to write and simplify a Ratio? Compare Ratios?Lesson 1
Ratios - What is a Ratio? How to write and simplify a Ratio? Compare Ratios?<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1C - Lesson 15 Day 1]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=302614Mon, 01 Mar 2021 04:12:07 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung30:46Graphing Ordered Pairs with Fractions
Finding the Unit Rate from complex FractionsGraphing Ordered Pairs with Fractions
Finding the Unit Rate from complex Fractions<![CDATA[Math 7: How to Setup and Solve DISCOUNT and MARKUP problems]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=302613Mon, 01 Mar 2021 04:12:07 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung37:40Even though it's fraction "times" original to find the "portion"
Be able to change a percent to the fraction
Even though it's fraction "times" original to find the "portion"
Be able to change a percent to the fraction
<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 2B - Lesson 13 Day 1 - Exercise 2]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=316292Sun, 18 Jul 2021 05:04:25 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung19:11Convert a Fraction to a DecimalConvert a Fraction to a Decimal<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1A - Lesson 2 - Part 2]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=285476Tue, 17 Nov 2020 04:08:25 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung59:44How to prove/show if a set of Ordered Pairs are proportional?
How to find other/missing elements if you have k, the Constant of ProportionHow to prove/show if a set of Ordered Pairs are proportional?
How to find other/missing elements if you have k, the Constant of Proportion<![CDATA[Algebra1 Day2 Lesson 5-1]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=242468Tue, 16 Jun 2020 04:03:24 PDTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy12:01for
Lesson 5-1 Reteach and form Kfor
Lesson 5-1 Reteach and form K<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra 6.9 Indirect Measurements]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=316291Sun, 18 Jul 2021 05:04:25 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung28:14Setting up Proportions with Corresponding Parts to Solve and Find a missing measurementSetting up Proportions with Corresponding Parts to Solve and Find a missing measurement<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 2B - Lesson 13 Day 1]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=316290Sun, 18 Jul 2021 05:04:25 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung46:48<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 5.1 Perimeter and Area]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=307107Wed, 21 Apr 2021 05:01:27 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung59:49Setup and Solve Variable Equations relating to:
The Perimeter of Triangles and Rectangles
The Area of Triangles and Rectangles
Know how to Identify the Height of a Triangle
Be able to solve/isolate any variable in a formula using Inverse OperationsSetup and Solve Variable Equations relating to:
The Perimeter of Triangles and Rectangles
The Area of Triangles and Rectangles
Know how to Identify the Height of a Triangle
Be able to solve/isolate any variable in a formula using Inverse Operations<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 4.6 Writing Equations]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=305568Wed, 07 Apr 2021 05:01:13 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung46:02Be able to write an equation (2-Step) given information from a word problem and solve it.
Solving a 2-Step Equation:
(Pre-Step 1) Simplify, if possible, one-side of the equation - by combining like terms, distributing, etc
(Step 1) Eliminate the Constant from the side with the Variable - Additive Inverse
(Step 2) Eliminate the Coefficient - Multiplicative InverseBe able to write an equation (2-Step) given information from a word problem and solve it.
Solving a 2-Step Equation:
(Pre-Step 1) Simplify, if possible, one-side of the equation - by combining like terms, distributing, etc
(Step 1) Eliminate the Constant from the side with the Variable - Additive Inverse
(Step 2) Eliminate the Coefficient - Multiplicative Inverse<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 2A - Lesson 8.5]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=313343Mon, 14 Jun 2021 05:03:22 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung43:38Adding and Subtracting (adding the opposite) Rational Numbers on a Numberline and By
Using the Commutative and Associative PropertiesAdding and Subtracting (adding the opposite) Rational Numbers on a Numberline and By
Using the Commutative and Associative Properties<![CDATA[Math7 Day1 - Lesson5]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=242466Tue, 16 Jun 2020 04:03:24 PDTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy55:58day1 vidday1 vid<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 6.4 Recognizing Proportional and Nonproportional Relationships]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=312963Wed, 09 Jun 2021 05:03:17 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung44:26How to tell if data is Proportional or Not (Non-Proportional)?
What is the Constant of Proportionality, k?
How would you use k to find a value that is proportional to a given rate?How to tell if data is Proportional or Not (Non-Proportional)?
What is the Constant of Proportionality, k?
How would you use k to find a value that is proportional to a given rate?<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 6.6 - Scale Drawings and Models]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=315436Fri, 09 Jul 2021 05:04:16 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung50:03Finding the Scale (Factor)
Using Scale Factor to find measurements
.Finding the Scale (Factor)
Using Scale Factor to find measurements
.<![CDATA[Math 7 - Simplifying a Complex Ratio]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=303177Fri, 05 Mar 2021 04:12:11 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung12:08Simplifying a Complex Ratio aka a Complex Fraction.
A Complex Ratio is a Ratio to a Ratio
To Simplify a Complex Ratio, convert the complex ratio into a division expression
The division expression will be dividing two fractions
Dividing two fractions is to
convert the division into multiplication
and multiply by the Reciprocal aka the Multiplicative Inverse Simplifying a Complex Ratio aka a Complex Fraction.
A Complex Ratio is a Ratio to a Ratio
To Simplify a Complex Ratio, convert the complex ratio into a division expression
The division expression will be dividing two fractions
Dividing two fractions is to
convert the division into multiplication
and multiply by the Reciprocal aka the Multiplicative Inverse <![CDATA[Math 7 - Finding the Unit Rate]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=303176Fri, 05 Mar 2021 04:12:11 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung8:40Finding the Unit Rate is making an Equivalent Ratio where the Denominator is 1.
"per" mean "over 1" or "to 1"Finding the Unit Rate is making an Equivalent Ratio where the Denominator is 1.
"per" mean "over 1" or "to 1"<![CDATA[Math 7 - Writing a Ratio]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=303175Fri, 05 Mar 2021 04:12:11 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung5:55Given a story with information/ data, write a ratio from the desired relationship of two numbers.
Simplifying the ratio to a Simplified Fraction.Given a story with information/ data, write a ratio from the desired relationship of two numbers.
Simplifying the ratio to a Simplified Fraction.<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1B - Lesson 10 - Day 1]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=348169Wed, 01 Mar 2023 06:12:07 PSTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy2:10<![CDATA[Math 7 - Lesson 21 Day 2 and Problem Set Worked out]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=308185Wed, 28 Apr 2021 05:02:03 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:41:37<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1C - Lesson 13 part 2]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=301953Tue, 23 Feb 2021 04:12:01 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:1:56Simplify Ratio of Ratios
Given a portion find the Constant of Proportion, k
Given k, use to calculate other related portions that are proportional
A review of making/finding Equivalent Ratios
A review of Adding fractions with Unlike DenominatorsSimplify Ratio of Ratios
Given a portion find the Constant of Proportion, k
Given k, use to calculate other related portions that are proportional
A review of making/finding Equivalent Ratios
A review of Adding fractions with Unlike Denominators<![CDATA[Math 7 Module 1A - Lesson 4 - Proportional or Non-Proportional using a T-Chart]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=288178Wed, 25 Nov 2020 04:09:02 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:8:26Fill in T-Chart Values (using y = kx, when proportional)
Prove data is proportional or non-proportional by finding/using k = y/xFill in T-Chart Values (using y = kx, when proportional)
Prove data is proportional or non-proportional by finding/using k = y/x<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra 6.4 Graphing Proportions]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=313374Tue, 15 Jun 2021 05:03:23 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung36:26Using a Graph to verify if the relationship is a proportion or not
Review of how to verify a proportion by finding k, the constant of proportionalityUsing a Graph to verify if the relationship is a proportion or not
Review of how to verify a proportion by finding k, the constant of proportionality<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 6.2 Unit rates]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=311592Thu, 27 May 2021 05:03:04 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung50:06Writing a Ratio as a Unit Rate
Comparing Unit Rates to See which is the better value
Using the Unit Rate to Compute new valueWriting a Ratio as a Unit Rate
Comparing Unit Rates to See which is the better value
Using the Unit Rate to Compute new value<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1D - Lesson 21 part 1]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=307416Thu, 22 Apr 2021 05:01:28 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung54:16Given a Scale Drawing and the Scale Factor
Find the Original Measurements
Make a New Scale Drawing with a Different Scale Factor
Find the Scale Factor BETWEEN the two Scaled DiagramsGiven a Scale Drawing and the Scale Factor
Find the Original Measurements
Make a New Scale Drawing with a Different Scale Factor
Find the Scale Factor BETWEEN the two Scaled Diagrams<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra: 1.3 - Properties]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=285505Wed, 18 Nov 2020 04:08:26 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung50:07Commutative vs Associative Properties of (Addition or Multiplication)
Identity Properties
Understanding Processes of Logic, Coding, EtcCommutative vs Associative Properties of (Addition or Multiplication)
Identity Properties
Understanding Processes of Logic, Coding, Etc<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 4.1 Distribution Property]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=301959Tue, 23 Feb 2021 04:12:01 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung53:45Show integer expressions are equivalent using GEMDAS and by using Distribution
Simplify Algebraic Expressions with groups using DistributionShow integer expressions are equivalent using GEMDAS and by using Distribution
Simplify Algebraic Expressions with groups using Distribution<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 5.2 Equations with Variables on Both Sides]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=307419Fri, 23 Apr 2021 05:01:29 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung30:42Isolated the Variable.
When there is a Variable on BOTH sides on an Equation,
You just need to make a choice of an INVERSE OPERATION to clear out a term
AND
Keep your work BALANCED on both sides of the equation
Isolated the Variable.
When there is a Variable on BOTH sides on an Equation,
You just need to make a choice of an INVERSE OPERATION to clear out a term
AND
Keep your work BALANCED on both sides of the equation
<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 2B - Lesson 10]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=315424Fri, 09 Jul 2021 05:04:16 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung50:26Recognizing Multiplication is a shorter way of writing Addition of repeated NumbersRecognizing Multiplication is a shorter way of writing Addition of repeated Numbers<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 2B - Lesson 13 - Problem Set and a Better Method]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=317326Wed, 28 Jul 2021 05:05:05 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung40:49<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1D - Lesson 16]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=304895Tue, 30 Mar 2021 05:01:05 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung59:57What is the Scale?
Is it
An Enlargement?
or
A Reduction?
What is the Scale?
Is it
An Enlargement?
or
A Reduction?
<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 5.2 Worked Out HW problems and Practice Test Questions]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=308051Tue, 27 Apr 2021 05:02:02 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:13:02Step by Step Process and Explanation on
Writing an Equation with Variables on Both Sides
And
Solve the EquationStep by Step Process and Explanation on
Writing an Equation with Variables on Both Sides
And
Solve the Equation<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1 C - Lesson 11]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=299618Sun, 31 Jan 2021 04:11:08 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:17:22What is a Complex Fraction?
Converting a Complex Fraction to a Unit Rate using the a Reciprocal of the DenominatorWhat is a Complex Fraction?
Converting a Complex Fraction to a Unit Rate using the a Reciprocal of the Denominator<![CDATA[Enroll Now 2023!]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=348272Thu, 02 Mar 2023 06:12:08 PSTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy00:28Please follow this link provided to enroll to Oakland Military Institute. If you need help setting up an Oakland Enrolls account, feel free to ask us and we will be more than happy to help you!
https://oaklandenrolls.schoolmint.net/signin
Steps to enroll
1: Schedule a tour at Oakland Military Institute.
2: Sign up for an Oakland Enrolls Account.
3: Put in your (Parent/Guardian) information.
4: Put your student(s)'s information.
5: Find Oakland Military Institute and select it.
6: The form will ask you yes or no questions. Please read these questions carefully.
7: Submit!Please follow this link provided to enroll to Oakland Military Institute. If you need help setting up an Oakland Enrolls account, feel free to ask us and we will be more than happy to help you!
https://oaklandenrolls.schoolmint.net/signin
Steps to enroll
1: Schedule a tour at Oakland Military Institute.
2: Sign up for an Oakland Enrolls Account.
3: Put in your (Parent/Guardian) information.
4: Put your student(s)'s information.
5: Find Oakland Military Institute and select it.
6: The form will ask you yes or no questions. Please read these questions carefully.
7: Submit!<![CDATA[Math 7 - Equivalent Ratios, Percent to Fraction, Percent of a Number]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=303165Fri, 05 Mar 2021 04:12:11 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung21:38Models on how to shoe work for
Make/ Find/ Write equivalent ratios/ fractions
Change a Percent to a Fraction (in Simplest Form)
Calculate the Percent of a NumberModels on how to shoe work for
Make/ Find/ Write equivalent ratios/ fractions
Change a Percent to a Fraction (in Simplest Form)
Calculate the Percent of a Number<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 2A - Lesson 8]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=312959Wed, 09 Jun 2021 05:03:17 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:9:27Applying the Properties of Addition and Subtraction to Rational Numbers
How to write a "Math Proof" aka Math "Essay" - Justifying your stepsApplying the Properties of Addition and Subtraction to Rational Numbers
How to write a "Math Proof" aka Math "Essay" - Justifying your steps<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 3.2 Rational Numbers]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=299615Sun, 31 Jan 2021 04:11:08 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung52:39Converting decimals to fractions
a) terminating decimal to a fraction
b) repeating decimal to a fraction
c) classifying a rational number as
i) interger
ii) whole
iii) naturalConverting decimals to fractions
a) terminating decimal to a fraction
b) repeating decimal to a fraction
c) classifying a rational number as
i) interger
ii) whole
iii) natural<![CDATA[Annual Governor's Luncheon]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=268219Mon, 10 Aug 2020 04:05:18 PDTOakland Military Institute College Preparatory AcademyOakland Military Institute College Preparatory Academy<![CDATA[RJ]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=219922Thu, 12 Sep 2019 03:06:20 PDTJocelyn ZylstraJocelyn Zylstra3:04<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra 7.3 Using the Percent Proportion]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=318259Sun, 08 Aug 2021 05:05:16 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung45:04<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra Chapter 6 part 1 Practice Test Problems]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=314211Tue, 22 Jun 2021 05:03:30 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung51:30<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 1B - Review]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=299051Mon, 25 Jan 2021 04:11:02 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung1:13:016 Model Problems for the Module 1B test
1) Given 5 Points on a coordinate plane, Find the coordinates of all five points
2) Make a T-Chart of 4-points for a y = kx equation, where k is a fraction. Then graph the points.
3) Find the unit rate based on the story from the word problem
4) On a map, the distance in inches or cm is given to what it is in real-life. If the distance between two towns on a map is this far apart, how far would they be in real-life?
5) You drive this many miles on this amount in gallons of gas. How many gallons would be needed for a trip "x" miles long?
6) A double points question in two-parts
given a t-chart of data that are relatively close to proportional
a) graph the data
b) assume the data IS proportional, write an equation, y = kx, where k is a decimal
6 Model Problems for the Module 1B test
1) Given 5 Points on a coordinate plane, Find the coordinates of all five points
2) Make a T-Chart of 4-points for a y = kx equation, where k is a fraction. Then graph the points.
3) Find the unit rate based on the story from the word problem
4) On a map, the distance in inches or cm is given to what it is in real-life. If the distance between two towns on a map is this far apart, how far would they be in real-life?
5) You drive this many miles on this amount in gallons of gas. How many gallons would be needed for a trip "x" miles long?
6) A double points question in two-parts
given a t-chart of data that are relatively close to proportional
a) graph the data
b) assume the data IS proportional, write an equation, y = kx, where k is a decimal
<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra - 4.5: Solving 2-Step Equations]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=304897Tue, 30 Mar 2021 05:01:05 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung51:13Solve the Algebraic Equation (Isolate the variable)
1) Zero out the Constant (add or subtract to both sides of the "equal sign")
2) Convert the Coefficient to One (multiply by the multiplicative inverse)Solve the Algebraic Equation (Isolate the variable)
1) Zero out the Constant (add or subtract to both sides of the "equal sign")
2) Convert the Coefficient to One (multiply by the multiplicative inverse)<![CDATA[Math 7 - Module 2A - Lesson 4 Day 2]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=311582Thu, 27 May 2021 05:03:04 PDT1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung49:23Adding Integers
1) With the SAME signs
2) With DIFFERENT signsAdding Integers
1) With the SAME signs
2) With DIFFERENT signs<![CDATA[Math 7 - Discount Price, Mark Up Price, and other Practice Problems for the FINAL modeled]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=302914Wed, 03 Mar 2021 04:12:09 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung36:37Modeled Problems for
Discount Price
Mark Up Price
containing
Changing a Percent to a Fraction
Taking a Percent "of" a Number
having to
Simplify a Fraction
also known as
Making Equivalent Ratios/Fractions
Problems like these will appear on the FINALModeled Problems for
Discount Price
Mark Up Price
containing
Changing a Percent to a Fraction
Taking a Percent "of" a Number
having to
Simplify a Fraction
also known as
Making Equivalent Ratios/Fractions
Problems like these will appear on the FINAL<![CDATA[Pre-Algebra 1.4 - Ordered Pairs and Relations]]>
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//www.oakmil.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=288328Wed, 25 Nov 2020 04:09:02 PST1LT. W. Leung1LT. W. Leung49:36Be able to graph a set of ordered pairs (x, y)
Be able to place a set of ordered pairs into a T-Chart
Find Domain and RangeBe able to graph a set of ordered pairs (x, y)
Be able to place a set of ordered pairs into a T-Chart
Find Domain and Range