<![CDATA[Skyline Middle School Math - 8th Grade Blog]]>Thu, 30 Nov 2017 13:11:24 -0800Weebly<![CDATA[November 29th]]>Wed, 29 Nov 2017 16:30:09 GMThttp://kghumm.weebly.com/8th-grade-blog/november-29thWhat did you accomplish today?]]><![CDATA[December Goals]]>Tue, 28 Nov 2017 14:50:00 GMThttp://kghumm.weebly.com/8th-grade-blog/december-goalsComment with what you are working on now, then add where you plan to be on the 15th of December.]]><![CDATA[Variables on Both Sides of the =]]>Tue, 26 Sep 2017 07:00:00 GMThttp://kghumm.weebly.com/8th-grade-blog/variables-on-both-sides-of-theWhat are the steps to solving an equation that looks like this: 6x+4=4(3x+1) ]]><![CDATA[Solving Multi-Step Equations]]>Tue, 19 Sep 2017 07:00:00 GMThttp://kghumm.weebly.com/8th-grade-blog/solving-multi-step-equationsTell me everything you know about solving Multi-Step Equations.]]><![CDATA[Linear Equations with 1 Variable 9/12/17]]>Tue, 12 Sep 2017 14:17:41 GMThttp://kghumm.weebly.com/8th-grade-blog/linear-equations-with-1-variable-91217Blog your learning.]]><![CDATA[Formulas]]>Tue, 10 Nov 2015 15:03:02 GMThttp://kghumm.weebly.com/8th-grade-blog/formulasPost the formulas for the perimeter and area of rectangles and triangles.]]><![CDATA[#5 Solving a System with Substitution]]>Wed, 06 May 2015 13:46:34 GMThttp://kghumm.weebly.com/8th-grade-blog/5-solving-a-system-with-substitutionIf you would like to, you can watch this video to help with the problems for today, listed below.

1) y=9x-9 y=9

2) y=8x -5x-5y=0

3) y=-3x+5 5x-4y=-3

4) y=5x-7 -3x-2y=-12]]><![CDATA[#4 Elimination by Multiplication]]>Wed, 29 Apr 2015 13:00:35 GMThttp://kghumm.weebly.com/8th-grade-blog/4-elimination-by-multiplicationYou're now pretty good at solving a system by using subtraction and addition. But what if there aren't any obvious terms to combine like 4x and -4x or 2y and 2y? The answer is multiplication! What we did with terms like 2y and 2y was just multiply the equation by a -1, so you really already know how to do this. This video will explain it even better.]]><![CDATA[#3 Solving Systems of Equations-Elimination-Subtraction]]>Mon, 27 Apr 2015 19:28:10 GMThttp://kghumm.weebly.com/8th-grade-blog/3-solving-systems-of-equations-elimination-subtractionToday instead of using addition to eliminate a term, we will be using subtraction to eliminate a term. When we added, we needed to make sure that one set of like terms was opposite one another like: -4x and 4x. With subtraction you will need to have your like terms be...alike. Get and idea of how to do this by watching and noting this video.]]><![CDATA[#2 Solving Systems of Equations Using Elimination]]>Tue, 21 Apr 2015 18:08:30 GMThttp://kghumm.weebly.com/8th-grade-blog/solving-systems-of-equations-using-eliminationYou will once again need your iPad. Today we will be using a process of elimination, specifically addition to solve a system of two equations. Using this video, make a sketch-note that you can use solve even more unsuspecting problems.]]>