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Math and Music

September 26, 2017


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Welcome back!

This class follows Ms. Z's lesson plans for pre-algebra which you can view here as well as incorporating some online resources from the text, google classroom and khan academy. Daily assignments will be posted here.

Monday:  Khan academy do the assigned quizzes first then back up to complete the lessons if you need to. Tip and commission discussion.

Tuesday:  Keep working on ratio, proportion and percent assignments in Khan academy.  

  Wednesday: Get ready for a quiz 6.1-6.5 tomorrow.

Thursday:  start percent change

Friday: discount and mark up discussion all Khan for this section due next week. 

Use all the resources and suggested tutor links given so far to help you understand these concepts.

Brush up on math facts using phschool (bje chapter # and section #) khan academy search the topic, mathopolis and IXL (daily practice for free. Also feel free to share new sources that you discover as well like this fun logic puzzle page.


Math Help can be found in many places.

First try your math teacher's websites for recorded lessons and extra practice.

Next you might need to access the textbook for other resources.All grades Math textbook link with your first and last name@yhs.com, password yutan__ 

The textbook homework tutor code "are" for 7th grade "ase" for 8th grade "bje" for 9th followed by chapter and lesson (ex chapter 2 lesson 8 would be 0208). Want to practice for a quiz or test? Simply change the "e" to "a" in the code.  

Finally these are some sites that students have recommended over the years: 

Math: Basic math facts can be practiced on many sites, but these are a few I like. For graphing practice check this teacher's page.

Ancient Math and Music connection see this video or use this chrome extension to explore rhythms and patterns.

 Create your own music or identify famous pieces, listen to a variety of instruments or practice for Music theory quizzes or build your own rhythms.

Other Music lessons from banddirectorstalkshop.com that I find interesting are:

How to read musicHow brass instruments workBenefits to for the brain , Visualize rhythmMath behind the beat, and Genius of Beethoven just to name a few of the many that are out there.