For use before Lesson 2.2 Sample answer: Bathroom tile because the tile fits together without space. 2.2 Warm Up For use before Lesson 2.2 ... 3 , 4, 4 , 4, 1 , 1, 1 ...

Answer Key Lesson 3.3 Practice Level B 1. yes; Consecutive Interior Angles Converse 2. yes; Alternate Interior Angles Converse 3. no 4. 40 5. 109 6.115 7. 22 8. 5 9. 80 10. congruent 11. supplementary 12. congruent 13. Each row is parallel to the one next to it, so r 1 i r 2, r 2 i r 3, and so on. Then r 1 i r 3 by the Transitive Prop-

John 6:5-9 Topic: Spiritual Growth Each of one us is lacking in some way. None of us are yet perfect, and we all have weaknesses and problems. BUT we cannot be so focused on what we don’t have that we miss recognizing, appreciating, and using what we do have. [ read more...

HW - No Homework. Thursday 1/9/20-All Classes - Evolutionary History 4.4 Students complete an end-of-unit assessment consisting of 16 multiple-choice questions and 2 written-response questions in which they analyze and interpret data, evaluate evidence, and construct explanations. The end-of-unit assessment indicates where students fall along ... Lesson 9 Problem Set 4; 4 7 dots drawn; 1, 7 Answers will vary. Answers will vary. Answers will vary. Answers will vary. Answers will vary. Homework 4; 4 8; 7; 1 Answers will vary. Number bonds for 4, 5, 6, and 7 drawn on back of paper. Answers will vary. A STORY OF UNITSPart 1: Introduction Lesson 7 Find Out More When you found the number of 2 ··3 hat are in 4, you were dividings t You are solving the problem 4 4 2 ··3 You can solve this problem by multiplying You know that multiplication and division are related 4 divided by 2 is the same as 1 ··2 of 4, or multiplying 4 by 1 ··2 4 4 2 5 2 4 3 1 ··2 5 2