## Bell Ringer

Make sure you have all supplies you need.

1) What is a rational number? Give an example.

2) What is an irrational number? Give an example.

3) Round to the nearest tenth: 5.6974292

1) What is a rational number? Give an example.

2) What is an irrational number? Give an example.

3) Round to the nearest tenth: 5.6974292

## Where we were...

- I can use square roots and cube roots to solve equations.
- I can explain the Pythagorean Theorem and its converse.
- I can use the Pythagorean Theorem to find missing side lengths of a right triangle.
- I can use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the distance between points on a coordinate plane.

- I can determine if a number is rational or irrational and approximate irrational numbers.

## Where we are...

**Learning Target:**

I can demonstrate my understanding of the Pythagorean Theorem unit.

**Focus Question:**

What is a rational number?

**PBIS Goal:**

I can take the initiative to review the Pythagorean Theorem learning targets.

**Language Goal:**

I can reflect on my understanding of the Pythagorean Theorem learning targets.

## Where we are going...

Monday - Retakes

Tuesday - Exponents and products of powers

Wednesday - Exponents and products of powers

Thursday - Exponents and quotients of powers

Friday - Exponents and quotients of powers

Tuesday - Exponents and products of powers

Wednesday - Exponents and products of powers

Thursday - Exponents and quotients of powers

Friday - Exponents and quotients of powers

## Assessment Retakes

- Only complete the pages you did not master

- Use Pencil only

- No Talking

## After Retakes...

After you've finished relearning, play the games below:

Chapter 10: "What You Learned Before" (#1-3)

Chapter 10: "What You Learned Before" (#1-3)

## Independent Practice

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__Homework__none

__Exit Ticket:__none