Monday, October 7th:
Compare the numbers and replace the # with <, >, <, >, or =.
1. 2 # 2
2. 3 # 4
3. 7 # 12
4. l 2 l # 2
Compare the numbers and replace the # with <, >, <, >, or =.
1. 2 # 2
2. 3 # 4
3. 7 # 12
4. l 2 l # 2
Tuesday, October 8th:
Complete the addition exercises below in one minute or less. Write your solutions in your Bell Ringer Book (do not write the original questions). Record the number that you got correct out of 25 and how long it took you to complete the addition exercises. 

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Wednesday, October 9th:
Are the ratios equivalent?
1. 3 and 7
4 21
2. 1:2 and 6:12
3. 9 to 12 and 15 to 20
Are the ratios equivalent?
1. 3 and 7
4 21
2. 1:2 and 6:12
3. 9 to 12 and 15 to 20
Thursday, October 10th: Indicate the rule regarding inequalities.
1. Which of the following symbols is not an inequality: <, >, <, >, =.
2. When an inequality is completely solved, should the variable be written on the right or left side?
3. When both sides of an inequality are divided or multiplied by a ____________ the inequality symbol should be reversed or flipped.
4. Less than or equal to is graphed with a(n) ______________ circle.
5. True or false? When x = 2 is graphed on the number line, the graph is shaded to the right of 2.
6. Write the symbol that corresponds to the phrases below.
Phrases: more than, at least, no less than, at most, less than
1. Which of the following symbols is not an inequality: <, >, <, >, =.
2. When an inequality is completely solved, should the variable be written on the right or left side?
3. When both sides of an inequality are divided or multiplied by a ____________ the inequality symbol should be reversed or flipped.
4. Less than or equal to is graphed with a(n) ______________ circle.
5. True or false? When x = 2 is graphed on the number line, the graph is shaded to the right of 2.
6. Write the symbol that corresponds to the phrases below.
Phrases: more than, at least, no less than, at most, less than
Friday, October 4th: Make your best educated guess for the following questions without going over.
1. What is the largest number of different words spoken by one bird during its lifetime?
2. What percent of U.S. households own at least one pet cat?
3. In feet and inches, how tall is Tom Cruise?
1. What is the largest number of different words spoken by one bird during its lifetime?
2. What percent of U.S. households own at least one pet cat?
3. In feet and inches, how tall is Tom Cruise?