Welcome to Seventh Grade Math with Mr. Scapellati!

**Unless told to do otherwise, all assignments should be completed in the math homework notebook with ample work for each exercise.
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**Homework due Friday, 1/4:**

*Text*

Page 319, # 22 - 28.

*Complete Long-Term Assignment 1!*

**Homework due Tuesday, 1/8:**

*Text*

Pages 324 - 325, # 1 - 6, 13 - 18, 28, 29. (be sure you have ample work).

*Workbook*

Page 102, # 1 - 5.

**Homework due Friday, 1/11:**

*Text*

Pages 324 - 325, # 7 - 12, 19 - 27 (be sure you have ample work).

Pages 332 - 333, # 7 - 23 odd, 29.

*Workbook*

Page 102, # 6 - 9.

**Homework due Tuesday, 1/15:**

*Text*

Page 351, # 1 - 15 (complete on loose leaf and turn into the bin)

*Study for test (will be on Wednesday)!!*

**Homework due Friday, 1/18:**

*Text*

Review Pages 360-361.

Page 362, # 10 - 20 even.

*Complete Circle Experiment (see directions below).*

**Homework due Tuesday, 1/22:**

*Text*

Review Pages 364-365.

Page 366, # 2 - 18 even.

*Workbook*

Page 114, # 1 - 11 odd (exact and approximate).

Page 118, # 1 - 3 (exact and approximate).

**Homework due Friday, 1/25:**

*Text*

Page 122, # 1, 3, 4, 6.

*Workbook*

Page 114, # 2 - 12 even.

Page 118, # 4 - 12 (exact and approximate).

**Homework due Tuesday, 1/29:**

*Work on Math Team Lesson/Presentation Plans!!*

*Workbook*

Page 122, # 2, 5.

*Any test with a score of 1 must be signed by a parent/guardian.

â€‹CIRCLE EXPERIMENT

On a piece of white paper, trace a circle from an object at home. Please identify what item you traced. Then draw a diameter and measure its length. Record this information on the paper. Afterwards, take a piece of string/lace such that it overlaps the perimeter of the circle (which is called the circumference). Cut the piece and then stretch it taut (no slack) so that you can measure its length. After measuring the length of the string/lace, record this on the paper as well. Be sure that your units match for the measurements.

EXTRA CREDIT: TEST CORRECTIONS

Students must follow this exact format to be eligible for earning points back:

For each exercise that was partially/completely wrong:

1) Write out the entire question.

2) Complete the exercise correctly with ample work.

3) Provide a brief reason as to why it was marked off the first time.

This should all be done neatly on loose leaf, stapled to the back of the test, and turned into the appropriate math bin within 3 days of class return (along with a student correction card).

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