Summer Math Skills Review - Notes to Students and Parents:

- All new and returning students entering grades 7 through 12 must complete a Summer Math Review Skills set using khanacademy.com.
- Students must complete the skill set for the math course in which they were enrolled during the 2012-2013 school year.
- Be sure to log in to Khan Academy using your Boys' Latin Gmail account as this action tracks your progress to login.
- As in the past, your 2013-2014 math instructor will evaluate your efforts, and your work will be assessed during the first quarter. Your work is due on the first day of classes.
-It is expected that each student will abide by the Boys’ Latin Honor Code as they complete their work. Any misconduct will be perceived as a violation of  this Code.

- To begin, go to www.khanacademy.org, click on login, and then click on "login with Google" link. Use your Boys' Latin G-mail address and password to login. (Be sure to log in as this action tracks your progress) If you need further help with logging in please visit our video tutorial at http://screencast.com/t/Jvt1LyN8usYY.

-To begin a skills-set practice, select a skill set from the list below that you wish to practice, and the link should take you directly to your first problem. Should you feel a need for review, you always have the option to view a tutorial on the topic. Once you become proficient in a skill, then you may move onto another topic on the list. Repeat this process until you have become proficient in all 20 skills listed above. (Note: We strongly recommend that you use Internet Explorer as your web browser in completing these activities.)

- Questions? Contact Anne Kellerman at akellerman@boyslatinmd.com or 410-377-5192 x1130

Summer Math Review Skills Sets

Grade 6 Math
1.      Adding and subtracting negative numbers
2.      Multiplying and dividing negative numbers
3.      Adding decimals
4.      Multiplying decimals
5.      Subtracting decimals
6.      Dividing decimals
7.      Greatest common divisor
8.      Least common multiple
9.      Divisibility
10.  Order of operations
11.  Mean median and mode
12.  Adding and subtracting fractions
13.  Multiplying fractions
14.  Dividing fractions
15.  Triangle types
16.  Angle types
17.  Converting decimals to percents
18.  Converting percents to decimals
19.  Converting mixed numbers and improper fractions
20.  Simplifying fractions

Pre-Algebra
1. Adding and subtracting negative numbers
2. Subtracting Decimals
3. Adding Decimals
4. Absolute Value
5. Division 3
6. Multiplying Decimals
7. Greatest Common Divisor (Factor)
8. Division 4
9. Order of Operations
10. Least Common Multiple
11. Exponents I
12. Adding and Subtracting Fractions
13. Multiplying Fractions
14. Dividing Fractions
15. Linear Equations
16. Complimentary and Supplementary Angles
17. Graphing Points 2
18. Ordering Numbers
19. Equivalent Fractions 2
20. Writing Expressions 

Algebra 1
1. Prime Factorization
2. Greatest Common Factor
3. Least Common Multiple

4. Dividing Fractions
5. Order of Operation
6. Evaluating Expressions
7. Scientific Notation - video
7. Scientific Notation - exercise
8. Exponent Rules
9. Pythagorean Theorem
10.  Percentage Word Problems
11.  Writing Expressions
12.  Graphing Points
13.  Slope of a Line
14.  Graphing Linear Equations
15.  Graphing Inequalities
16.  Graphing Systems of Equations
17.  Simplifying Radicals
18.  Multiplying Expressions
19.  Factoring  Polynomials
20.  Factoring Difference of Squares

Geometry and
Geometry Honors
1. Angles 1
2. Angles 2
3. Complementary and Supplementary Angles
4. Distance Formula
5. Solid Geometry
6. Adding Fractions
7. Dividing Fractions
8. Identifying Slope of a Line
9. Factoring Polynomials 1
10. Multi-step Equations
11. Multiplying Polynomials
12. Equations of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
13. Multi-Step Linear Inequalities
14. Evaluating Expressions in 2 variables
15. Systems of Equations
16. Multiplying Expressions 1
17. Simplifying Radicals
18. Pythagorean Theorem
19. Special Right Triangles
20. Trigonometry 0.5

Algebra II
1. Inverses of Functions
2. Domain of a Function
3. Quadratic Formula
4. Solutions to Quadratic Equations
5. Systems of Equations
6. Solving Quadratics by Taking the Square Root
7. Solving Quadratics by Factoring
8. Graphing Parabolas in Standard Form
9. Graphing Paraboloas in All Forms
10. Equation of a Line
11. Solving for the Y-Intercept
12.  Completing the Square 1
13.  Trigonometry 1
14.  Simplifying Expressions with Exponents
15.  Factoring difference of squares 2
16.  Linear Equations 4
17.  Writing Expressions 2
18.  Inverse Trig Functions
19.  Shifting and Reflecting Functions
20. Vertex of a Parabola

Algebra II Honors
1. Solving for the Y-Intercept (Alg I)
2. Average Word Problems (Alg I)
3. Multi-step linear inequalities (2.1-3)
4. Linear Equations 4 (3.1-4)
5. Systems of Equations (3.5)
6. Domain of a Function (3.8)
7. Simplifying Expressions with Exponents (4.2)
8. Multiplying Expressions 1 (4.3)
9. Solving Quadratics by Factoring (4.5)
10. Factoring difference of squares 2 (4.6)
11.Simplifying Rational Expressions I  (5.4) 
             
12. Simplifying Rational Expressions II (5.4)
13. Multiplying Complex Numbers (6.7)
14. Completing the Square 1 (7.1)
15. Quadratic Formula (7.2)
16. Shifting and Reflecting Functions (7.5)
17. Inverses of Functions (10.3)
18. Trigonometry 1 (12.2)
19. Trigonometry 1.5 (12.2)
20. Writing Expressions 2 (whole text)

Precalculus
1. Systems of Equations and Inequalities
2. Trigonometry 2
3. Unit Circle
4. Trig Identities
5. Logarithms 2
6. Even and odd functions
7. Complex numbers
8. Exponents 4
9. Graphing Systems of Equations
10. Adding and Subtracting Fractions
11. Absolute Value of Complex Numbers
12. Scaling Vectors
13. Vectors
14. Domain and Range
15. Dividing Fractions
16. Degrees to Radians
17. Completing the Square
18. Factoring Polynomials
19. Inverse Trig Functions
20. Radical Equations

Pre-calculus Honors
1. Systems of Equations and Inequalities
2. Trigonometry 2
3. Unit Circle
4. Trig Identities
5. Logarithms 2
6. Even and odd functions
7. Complex numbers
8. Exponents 4
9. Graphing Systems of Equations
10. Adding and Subtracting Fractions
11. Dividing Polynomials by Binomials 3
12. Scaling Vectors
13. Vectors
14. Domain and Range
15. Dividing Fractions
16. Pythagorean Identities
17. Completing the Square
18. Factoring Polynomials
19. Inverse Trig Functions
20. Radical Equations

Applied Calculus Honors
1. Expressions with Unknown Variables 2
2. Logarithms 2
3. Radical Equations

4. Domain of a Function
5. Solving Quadratics by Factoring
6. Quadratic Formula
7. Trigonometry 1 (Alg 2)
8. Trigonometry 1.5 (Alg 2)
9. Inverse Trig Functions (PC)

10. Limits 1
11. Limits 2
12. Derivative Intuition

13. Derivatives I
14. Power Rule
15. Chain Rule

16. Product Rule
17. Quotient Rule
18. Special Derivatives
19. Unit Circle
20. Trig Identities

 AP Calculus AB
1. Limits 1
2. Limits 2
3. Derivative Intuition
4. Derivatives I
5. Power Rule
6. Chain Rule
7. Product Rule
8. Quotient Rule 
9. Special Derivatives
10. L’Hopital’S Rule
11.Unit Circle
12.Trig Identities
13. Inverse Trig Functions
14.Adding Vectors
15.Scaling Vectors
16.Simplifying Rational Expressions 3
17.Logarithms 1
18. Logarithms 2
19. Recognizing Concavity
20. Recognizing Slope

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