7th and 8th Grade Special Education – Mr. Katzenberg

Special Education Student Resources

Contact Me:

mkatzenberg@mountainsongschool.com
 
I’d be happy to set up individual Zoom times to meet with you by appointment.  Otherwise, you may click on one of the Office Hour buttons below to join that session.
 
Please email me if you tried to attend one of my office hour times and Zoom did not let you enter.

7th GRADE REDWOOD CLASS

7th Grade Math

Previous Weeks' Math Help

Adapted 7th Grade Worksheet #12

The easiest way to answer these problems is to use a real deck of cards, but you can also go to this website: https://www.random.org/playing-cards/

Just click on the Draw cards button at the bottom of the page and then record the results in the boxes for each problem.  Do this ten times, and then write your results as P(type of card you’re asked to look for)= # of times that card appeared/10. 

Follow the format listed for question #2 and question #4.

7th GRADE WILLOW CLASS

7th Grade Math

Previous Weeks' Math Help

Adapted 7th Grade Worksheet #12

The easiest way to answer these problems is to use a real deck of cards, but you can also go to this website: https://www.random.org/playing-cards/

Just click on the Draw cards button at the bottom of the page and then record the results in the boxes for each problem.  Do this ten times, and then write your results as P(type of card you’re asked to look for)= # of times that card appeared/10. 

Follow the format listed for question #2 and question #4.

8th GRADE BRISTLECONE CLASS

8th Grade Math Group

Previous Week's Worksheets

The worksheet appears pretty self-explanatory and something that you will have to do at home with your family.  Please contact me if you have any questions.

After watching the video, you may copy the arrows for problems #1-4. Do #5 on your own and contact me if you still need help.

Adapted 8th Grade Worksheet #13

The more the dots are bunched together, the closer the correlation is to being perfect (r=1.0).  None of the graphs show a perfect correlation, but the the closer they are bunched together, the closer the answer is to 1.0 (the higher the number after the decimal). 

Select the letter of the answer that fits how close the dots are bunched together.  If the dots are slanting up to the right, it is a positive correlation.  If they are slanting down to the right, it is a negative correlation.  

Adapted 8th grade math worksheet #14

Photos for problem solutions:

https://mountainsongschool.com/wp-content/uploads/Problem-1-Worksheet-14-scaled.jpg

https://mountainsongschool.com/wp-content/uploads/Problem-2-Worksheet-14-scaled.jpg

See Adapted Worksheet for problem #3

Problem #4: solve this the way you solved #2 with X=5 for this equation. 

See Adapted Worksheet for problem #5

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