This week in math we will be continuing our probability unit. Students will be able to calculate the probability for both simple and compound events, as well as compound events that do not involve replacement. Students will also be able to create simulations to test both simple and compound events. Our tentative date for a comprehensive probability exam is Thursday.
This week in science we will be focusing on the different types of natural resources available on earth. We will take a look at renewable vs. nonrenewable resources, different types of pollution (air, water, atmosphere, and land) and their effects on the environment, and finally the ways that we can help conserve our non-renewable natural resources (reduce, reuse, recycle). All information can be found on pp. 360 - 381 in the science textbook.
I'm Kyle Bohle and I teach 7th grade science.