Welcome to Regents Common Core Algebra with Mr. Scapellati!

Regents Review Classes:

MOCK REGENTS #3

Monday, May 21st

After School 2:45 - 5:45

Tuesday, April 24th

After School 2:45 - 3:45

Thursday, May 3rd

After School 2:45 - 4:15

Saturday, May 19th

Late Afternoon 3:00 - 5:00

Tuesday, May 22nd

After School 2:45 - 3:45

Thursday, May 31st

After School 2:45 - 4:30

Thursday, June 7th

After School 2:45 - 4:30

Saturday, June 9th

Late Afternoon 3:00 - 6:00

Green Made Easy

Read (and Comprehend) Pages 2 - 11

Green Workbook

Complete Pages 1 - 2, # 1 - 11 with ample work for EVERY question (in the correct section of your math binder)

DUE: Friday, February 2nd

GREEN ALGEBRA WORKGREEN ALGEBRA WORK

Green Made Easy

Read (and Comprehend) Pages 2 - 11

Green Workbook

Complete Pages 1 - 2, # 1 - 11 with ample work for EVERY question (in the correct section of your math binder)

DUE: Friday, February 2nd

**Green Made Easy**

Read (and Comprehend) Pages 12 - 21

Green Workbook

Complete Pages 3 - 4, # 12 - 22 with ample work for EVERY question (in the correct section of your math binder)

DUE: Friday, February 9th

Read (and Comprehend) Pages 12 - 21

Green Workbook

Complete Pages 3 - 4, # 12 - 22 with ample work for EVERY question (in the correct section of your math binder)

DUE: Friday, February 9th

**Green Made Easy**

Read (and Comprehend) Pages 22 - 30

Green Workbook

Complete Pages 5 - 6, # 23 - 29 with ample work for EVERY question (in the correct section of your math binder)

DUE: Friday, February 16th

Read (and Comprehend) Pages 22 - 30

Green Workbook

Complete Pages 5 - 6, # 23 - 29 with ample work for EVERY question (in the correct section of your math binder)

DUE: Friday, February 16th

**Green Made Easy**

Read (and Comprehend) Pages 31 - 41

Green Workbook

Complete Pages 7 - 10, # 30 - 37 with ample work for EVERY question (in the correct section of your math binder)

DUE: Friday, March 2ndRead (and Comprehend) Pages 31 - 41

Green Workbook

Complete Pages 7 - 10, # 30 - 37 with ample work for EVERY question (in the correct section of your math binder)

DUE: Friday, March 2nd

**Green Made Easy**

Read (and Comprehend) Pages 44 - 48

Green Workbook

Complete Pages 11 - 12, # 1 - 11 with ample work for EVERY question (in the correct section of your math binder)

DUE: Friday, March 9th

Read (and Comprehend) Pages 44 - 48

Green Workbook

Complete Pages 11 - 12, # 1 - 11 with ample work for EVERY question (in the correct section of your math binder)

DUE: Friday, March 9th

Green Made Easy

Read (and Comprehend) Pages 49 - 60Green Made Easy

Read (and Comprehend) Pages 49 - 60

**Green Workbook**

Complete Pages 13 - 14, # 12 - 23Complete Pages 13 - 14, # 12 - 23

**with ample work for EVERY question (in the correct section of your math binder)**

DUE: Friday, March 16thDUE: Friday, March 16th

**Green Made Easy**

Read (and Comprehend) Pages 61 - 79Read (and Comprehend) Pages 61 - 79

**Green Workbook**

**None for this week, but make sure you have READ and COMPREHENDED the material in the other book thoroughly!**

DUE: Friday, March 23rd

DUE: Friday, March 23rd

**Green Made Easy**

**Read & Comprehend!! At this point, it is up to you to come up with an efficient plan for reading/studying the remaining material and actually following through. Your Regents will be here before you know it!**

**Green Workbook
Complete Pages 15 - 20, # 24 - 37 with ample work for EVERY question (in the correct section of your math binder)
DUE: Monday, April 23rd**

**Regents Common Core Algebra is a rigorous high school level course which concludes with students sitting for the administration of the Common Core Algebra Regents Examination in June. Placement in this course is based on maintaining strong grades in both sixth and seventh grades. Successful completion of this course results in high school credit.
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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. **

**â€‹Topics to review:
Fraction, decimal, and percent forms of rationals
Order of operations with real #s
Unit analysis
Algebraic translations
Solving equations and inequalities
Basic set theory
Function notation
Components of relations
Properties
Function equations in context
Writing linear equations
Rates of change
Literal equations
Manipulating formulas
Linear inequalities in two variables
Laws of exponents
Scientific notation
Systems of linear equations
Solving systems graphically
Solving systems algebraically
Systems of linear inequalities
Word problems using systems
Operations with functions
Basic transformations of functions
Functions and their inverses
Scatter plots
Trend lines and linear models
Data correlations
Residuals
Linear regression
Exponential functions
Exponential growth applications
Exponential decay applications
Solving basic exponential equations
Exponential regression
Comparing linear and exponential cases
Using piece-wise functions
Absolute value functions
Step functions
Quadratic functions
Graphing parabolas
Solving quadratic equations via square root method
Factoring techniques
Geometric transformations
Solving quadratic equations via factoring methods
The quadratic formula
Completing the square
Cumulative vocabulary**