Welcome to Sixth Grade Math with Mr. Scapellati!

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**TRIMESTER 1 Take-Home Assessment - due Tuesday, November 21st**Please see the calendar for daily homework. Unless told to do otherwise, all assignments should be completed in the math homework notebook with ample work for each exercise.

**IMPORTANT: Please note that tests must be signed by a parent/guardian if a student receives a score of 1 OR if the student is taking advantage of the extra-credit correction option. 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 signed test, and turned into the math bin within three days of class return.****Topics to review for Unit 3:****Translating expressions**

**Evaluating algebraic expressions**

Exponential terms

Word problem translations

Like and unlike terms

Distributive property

Simplifying expressions using properties

Exponential terms

Word problem translations

Like and unlike terms

Distributive property

Simplifying expressions using properties

**Topics to review for Unit 2:**

**Integer Comparisons**

Plotting on number lines

Plotting in the coordinate plane

Absolute value

Horizontal and vertical distancesPlotting on number lines

Plotting in the coordinate plane

Absolute value

Horizontal and vertical distances

**Topics to review for Unit 1:**

Sums of fractions and decimals

Differences of fractions and decimals

Products of fractions and decimals

Quotients of fractions and decimals

Order of operations with fractions and decimals

GCFs and LCMs via lists and prime factorizations

Expressions involving GCFs and sums/differences

Sums of fractions and decimals

Differences of fractions and decimals

Products of fractions and decimals

Quotients of fractions and decimals

Order of operations with fractions and decimals

GCFs and LCMs via lists and prime factorizations

Expressions involving GCFs and sums/differences

**Word problems dealing with rational #s**