Have you said “Thank You”?

If you even remotely paid attention today during Advisory, we talked about how we should say “Thank You” to people more often. Not only is it good manners, but it very well could brighten up someone’s day. It doesn’t have to be for anything big. For example, if someone holds the door open for you, saying “Thank You” is not only the polite thing to do, but the right thing.

In Geometry, we looked at Composite Figures. These are figures that are composed of basic shapes such as rectangles, triangles, trapezoids, and circles. To find the area of these figures, we can find the area of the individual shapes and then add or subtract, depending on the circumstances. I know the lesson was a bit lengthy, but hopefully it made sense. If not, look at the notes again, study them, and come see me with all of your questions.

In Algebra II, we looked at Inverses. The simple rule of thumb is to switch the “x” and the “y” and plot/solve algebraically. That’s pretty much it for inverses, just switch “x” and “y” for each point. See the notes for more details. This was the last of the new material for Unit 7, which means we will review tomorrow and have a dreaded Monday test.

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