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Kelley Bergman

Wednesday, February 6th 2019

Advanced Math I: I am sending you copies of my notes, sample questions, and sample question answers to your emails. If you don't get it, please contact me so that I can try and get it to you a different way. You homework is on the notes; but you need to do: pg. 282-283-- #11-15, 27-31, 39-43, 49-51, 61-65, 75-79, 91-93, 95-105, 111-117 ODD only of those problems.

9th Grade Geography: Read pages 168-174 and answer the following questions.

Geography Chapter #8 (pg. 168-174)

1) Why was the Midwest of great importance to the nation?

2) What does till plains mean?

3) Why was Ohio referred to as “rust belt”?

4) What is Indiana the leading manufacturer of?

5) What city is the transportation capital of the nation?

6) What state is the largest Midwestern state?

7) Why is Detroit known as the Motor City?

8) What is Wisconsin known as? Why is it called that?

9) What is Minnesota called? Is that name correct? Why or why not?

10) What percent of the nation’s food supply does Iowa produce?

11) What is Missouri called? Why is it called that?

12) What did the pioneers call the Great Plains?

13) Where did North Dakota get its name? What does it mean?

14) What famous landmark is in South Dakota? What makes it famous?

15) What percent of Nebraska’s land is used for farms?

16) What is Kansas known as? Why is it called that?

17) What does Oklahoma mean and where did it come from?

18) Share one interesting fact that you found for each state from your book:

a. Illinois:

b. Indiana:

c. Michigan:

d. Minnesota:

e. Ohio:

f. Wisconsin:

g. Missouri:

h. Kansas:

i. Nebraska:

j. North Dakota:

k. Oklahoma:

l. South Dakota:

 

Government: read pages 133-137 and answer the following questions.

Government Assignment Chapter 7 pg. 133-137 

1) What do local governments exist as?

2) What are some other names for counties? Which states have those unique names?

3) How many county governments are there in the United States?

4) What are some of the services that counties are responsible for?

5) How many municipal governments in the United States?

6) What three forms do the municipals commonly use?

7) How is the government divided in the mayor-council government?

8) What happens with a council-manager government?

9) What happens with a commission government?

10) How many special districts in the United States? What percent are special districts?

11) How do special districts get their money?

12) What is one of the greatest arguments against special district officials?

 

11th Grade Anatomy:  read pages 208-215 and answer the following questions.

Anatomy/Physiology Module #7 pg. 208-215 

1) Define action potential, excitability, and potential difference. 

2) What does “at rest” mean? What do you need to remember during resting potential?

3) What is the sodium-potassium exchange pump?

4) What are the two things you need to know to understand action potential?

5) What are polarization, depolarization and repolarization?

 

Advanced Math 2:  I am emailing you the answers to the worksheet that was due today so that you can better prepare for the test on Friday. Do not change any of your answers though, unless your grade it with a colored pen. I am also emailing the study guide that is homework for today. We will have a test on Friday. If you do not get the email, please let me know so that I can try and get it to you a different way.

 

10th Grade Chemistry: read pages 254-261 and answer the questions below.

Chemistry Module #7C pg. 254-261 

1) What is the number above the atomic symbol called?

2) What is the number below the atomic symbol called and what does it tell us?

3) What are the units used on the periodic chart? What is their abbreviation?

4) What is the relationship between atomic mass units and grams?

5) What is molecular mass?

6) What do chemists use the term “mole” to refer to? What does it mean?

7) What is Avogadro’s Number and what does it represent?

8) What does an atom’s mass in amu tell you? What does an atomic mass in grams tell you?

9) What does a molecule’s mass in amu tell you? What does a molecule's mass in grams tell you?

10) Which has more mass: 100 hydrogen atoms, 4 sulfur atoms, or 1 lanthanum (La) atom?

11) What is the mass of a tin atom (Sn) in grams?

12) What is the mass of a K2CrO4 molecule in kg?



 




 

 

Published Wednesday, February 6, 2019 4:47 AM by Kelley Bergman

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