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Reminders: Math 24 Club meets every Thursday after school from 3:00-4:00.
Math 4: In 4th grade, students focus most on using all four operations, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, to solve multi-step word problems involving multi-digit numbers. They extend their understanding of fractions, including equal (equivalent) fractions and ordering fractions. They add and subtract fractions with the same denominator (bottom number), multiply fractions by whole numbers, and understand relationships between fractions and decimals.
Math 5: In 5th grade, students focus on extending their understanding of place value by working with decimals up to the hundredths place and multiplying and dividing multi-digit whole numbers. Fifth-graders also continue their learning with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of fractions and decimals.
Math 6: In 6th Grade, students focus on connecting their understanding of multiplication and division to ratios and rates, developing an understanding of rational numbers and the relationships between independent and dependent variables, and writing and solving equations with letters that stand for numbers (variables).
Keystone Algebra I: This course is the second of three Algebra courses. This course is aligned to the Pennsylvania Keystone Assessment Anchors, foucuses on simplifying Algebraic expressions, graphing/interpreting linear equations and inequalities, solving systems of equations, analyzing functions, simlifying exponents, factoring, simplifying rational expressions, probability, and data analysis including "line of best fit". The Keystone Algebra I Exam will be administered during the fourth marking period.
Keystone Geometry: Course topics focus on the Pennsylvania state Keystone anchors and include, but are not limited to, angles and segments, parallel lines, triangles and their congruency and similarity, parallelograms and other polygons, circles, area and volume, transformations, and the application of basic trigonometric functions.