## Old 2012-13 Homework. If this page is showing publicly, it's by mistake!

*Parents: here's some advice about middle school math homework from PPS's Barb McArthur. I agree with all of it! I tell your children that their homework is graded for effort, not accuracy, because I want them to practice problems on their own and to realize what they are confident they know, and what they still have questions about.*

*I am expecting about 15-30 minutes of good effort on most Mon-Thurs nights.*

*Although we seldom review these problems the next day (aside from answers), the new warmups and classwork will review similar material, so if students know they need help with a particular topic, they will have a chance to work more with it and ask questions.*

## Math 6 Homework for 4th Quarter

**Last update to this list: 6/8/13. THERE WILL BE NO HOMEWORK IN THE LAST WEEK OF SCHOOL.**

*HOW LIKELY IS IT? (Probability) UNIT*FOR THURS. 6/6:

Probability Handout #2, last page (marked Homework #2) (this homework was not checked in class)

FOR WED. 6/5:

Probability Handout #1, last page (marked Homework #1)

FOR TUES. 6/4:

Probability Handout #1, p. 2, problems #1-3 (requires class participation)

*DATA ABOUT US (Statistics) UNIT*FOR WEEK OF 5/28-5/31:

Homework was to do various parts of the survey project, which was graded later in the Tests category (with this scoresheet) and shown at Portfolio Night. One night (not sure which, but I think for 5/31) included required work on a histogram, either as part of the data project or using data from Part A of the class handout.

**OPTIONAL EXTRA CREDIT of up to 2 homework assignments (5 points for effort, 5 points for correctness): finish worksheet from last week (to be**

__turned in__by Thursday 5/30). (You can go up to 5 points above 100% in the Homework/Classwork category.)FOR FRI. 5/24:

Reflection p. 63 on a separate piece of paper (you don't need to do the Unit Project part at the bottom now)

FOR THURS. 5/23:

Standard & Basic: p. 57 #7-9

Challenge: p. 57 #7-9

FOR WED. 5/22:

I want to open up a little time you could use to thank the businesses supporting Sellwood MS on Community Appreciation Parade Day, so on Tuesday afternoon/evening, please do ONE of these things for homework: a) Eat or shop at a business supporting Sellwood MS and show me a receipt at school (OK to rip off price); b) Write a brief thank-you note to one of these businesses & bring it to me at school (I will pass it on); c) or do p. 56 #3-4. (For a list of businesses participating, see brochure sent home last week and/or Sellwood email newsletter and/or posters in neighborhood.)

FOR TUES. 5/21:

p. 56 #1-2

FOR FRI. 5/17 (mostly checked Mon 5/20):

Ask at least 7 people a survey question that gathers NUMERICAL data. Make sure at least 2 people give the same answer as each other. Then make a line plot showing a title and results and find the median, mode, and range. MUST BE TIDY ENOUGH TO READ EASILY.

FOR WED. 5/15:

Standard & Basic: p. 40 #1-4

Challenge: Create a stem plot with 8 values where the range is 10, the median is 17.5, and the mode is 26.

FOR TUES. 5/14:

Comparing & Scaling test corrections (using paper with hints). Not required for students who did well on test. Due by Friday (by Tuesday if they are to be included on mid-quarter grades).

FOR FRI. 5/10:

Standard: p. 21 #3-5

Basic: p. 25 #26 & 28

Challenge: p. 25 #29-30

FOR THURS. 5/9:

All levels: p. 22 #8-12

FOR WED. 5/8:

Standard: p. 21 #1

Basic: p. 24 #22-25

Challenge: p. 21 #5-6

(No homework after test on Mon. 5/6)

*COMPARING & SCALING (Ratios) UNIT*FOR FRI. 5/3:

Redo the warmup problems for this unit on the sheet provided in class (and attached here).

**Friday's quiz**will be drawn entirely from these problems: be ready! All of these problems were reviewed in class, so your class notes may be helpful.

FOR THURS. 5/2:

All levels: Problems 24-29 & 39-40 on back of worksheet from class. Ask me for a copy if you need it. Band/marimba students who needed to miss class will be excused from this assignment on request.

FOR WED. 5/1:

All levels: Problem #15 on back of worksheet from class (walk-a-thon). Ask me for a copy if you need it.

FOR TUES. 4/30:

Standard: p. 45 #27-31 (answers must include WORDS like "cents per nail")

Basic: p. 41 #4-8

Challenge: p. 46 #33-34

FOR FRI. 4/26:

All levels: p. 40 #1-3

FOR THURS. 4/25 [nothing due Wed. because that is CAR test day]:

All levels: p. 26-27 #10 & #14-16

FOR TUES. 4/23:

All levels: Problems 1-4 on back of today's worksheet from class. The front of the sheet should be filled in with notes from class (this will be checked for classwork points when I do the Tues homework check).

FOR FRI. 4/19:

Standard: p. 26-27 #11 & #13

Basic: p. 26 #11 & p. 28 #20

Challenge: p. 30 #23

FOR THURS. 4/18:

Standard: p. 12 #8 & 10

Basic: p. 12 #10 & p. 13 #11-12

Challenge: p. 14 #17-21

FOR WED. 4/17:

All levels: p. 11 #4-5

FOR TUES. 4/16:

Standard: p. 10 #2-3 & p. 13 #11

Basic: same as Standard

Challenge: p. 10 #1 & p. 15 #34

## Math 6 Homework for 3rd Quarter

There will be no more graded assignments for 3rd Quarter. The new unit, Comparing & Scaling, begins at the start of 4th Quarter on Mon. 4/15. Grades have been updated in EdBox for 3rd quarter and will be sent home soon on report cards. Please email me if you have questions.

FOR WED. 4/10 & THURS. 4/11:

No homework. Assignment is to get an extra half hour of sleep to prepare for OAKS testing!

FOR TUES. 4/9:

Front & back of first page of OAKS review sheet. However, to save time, this was not graded or entered in the gradebook.

FOR FRI. 4/5:

No homework (no assignment after unit test)

FOR THURS. 4/4:

Variables & Patterns worksheet from class (about Carla the swimmer)

FOR WED. 4/3:

Standard p. 57 #9-13

Basic p. 56 #5-6 & p. 57 #9-10

Challenge p. 57 #13, p. 58 #19, & p. 60 #38

FOR TUES. 4/2:

Standard p. 56 #4-5

Basic p. 56 #3 (you need graph paper)

Challenge p. 61 #46-47

FOR THURS. 3/21 & FRI. 3/22:

No new homework (we did Work Samples instead of new material).

FOR WED. 3/20 [checked Thurs. 3/21]:

Standard p. 56 #3 & p. 59 #26-27

Basic p. 56 #2, p. 58 #22, & p. 59 #25

Challenge p. 59 #28-29

FOR TUES. 3/19:

Standard p. 37 #4, p. 38 #6

Basic p. 35 #1, p. 39 #7, & p. 40 #10

Challenge p. 38 #6, p. 42 #15-16

FOR MON. 3/18:

If you need to get a new math notebook, do it! Everyone should have a graph paper (also called quad ruled) notebook for math OR an orderly place to keep and store notes and graphs. (For instance, a math binder supplied with three-hole-punched graph paper would be OK.) Also, PLEASE bring THREE pencils or pens with you to class so you are ready to write even if one gets lost or needs fixing.

FOR FRI. 3/15:

Standard: p. 21-22 #10 & #12

Basic: p. 20 #8 & p. 22 #12

Challenge: p. 24 #20, p. 28 #30

FOR THURS. 3/14:

Standard: p. 20-21 #7-9

Basic: p. 20 #7, p. 21 #9, p. 23 #16

Challenge: p. 24 #18-19

FOR WED. 3/13:

Corrections for Bits & Pieces III test. Use the Corrections sheet, which has problems from both versions of the test; just do the problem numbers corresponding to the ones you did not get correct (correct = marked with a check). As on the original test, you must show work! If you were in class, your notes from when we went over all the problems (except 1a&b and 2a&b in Period 5) should be sufficient. If you were absent on Tuesday, you can get help with corrections from me on Wednesday 3/13 after school, if you can arrange to stay.

FOR TUES. 3/12:

Standard: p. 15 #1, p. 16 #3, & p. 25 #24

Basic: p. 16 #3, p. 21 #11, & p. 25 #24

Challenge: p. 26 #26 & p. 28 #29

FOR MON. 3/11:

If you need to get a new math notebook, now is the time! Everyone should have a graph paper (also called quad ruled) notebook for math OR an orderly place to keep and store notes and graphs. (For instance, a math binder supplied with three-hole-punched graph paper would be OK.)

FOR FRI. 3/8:

Standard: p. 18 #4 parts a-c & p. 23 #13,14, 16

Basic: same as Standard tonight

Challenge: p. 18 #4 & p. 23 #15 & 17

FOR THURS. 3/7:

No homework after test. If you didn't do it last week or the week before, bring in signed progress report OR have parent email me they've seen grades on EdBox or on paper, and whether or not they need paper printouts in the future.

FOR WED. 3/6: STUDY for test. You may want to use the review sheet answer key (provided in class). Also, practice multiplying and dividing decimals, and check your work with a calculator.

DUE TUES. 3/5:

An ATTEMPT at all problems on the review sheet. We will go over all or part of this in class, and answers will be posted here tomorrow.

DUE FRI. 3/1:

EVERYONE: bring in signed progress report OR have parent email me they've seen grades on EdBox

Standard: p. 67 #1-6 & p. 69 #18

Basic: p. 67 #4-7 & p. 69 #17

Challenge: p. 71 #29-30 & p. 72 #32

DUE THURS. 2/28:

EVERYONE: bring in signed progress report

Standard: p. 56 #9-11 [without calculator]

Basic: p. 56-58 #3, 6 [with calculator], 20

Challenge: p. 58 #25-26, p. 59 #31-33

DUE WED. 2/27:

EVERYONE: bring in signed progress report

Standard: p. 55-59 #5, 19, & 29

Basic: p. 55-57 #2, 4 part c, & 13 [IN CLASS I ASSIGNED #6 BUT SKIP IT TILL TOMORROW IF YOU SEE THIS]

Challenge: p. 55 #8 & p. 60 #34

DUE TUES. 2/26:

Standard: p. 55 #4 & p. 57 #13-15

Basic: p. 55 #1 & #4 a & b; also, p. 57 #17

Challenge: p. 59 #28-29

DUE FRI. 2/22:

Standard: p. 43 #1-4 (just say "addition", "subtraction", "multiplication", or "division") & p. 45 #28

Basic: p. 43 #1-4 (just say "addition", "subtraction", "multiplication", or "division) & p. 44 #19

Challenge: p. 47 #35-40 OR SOLVE problems #1-4 on p. 43

DUE THURS. 2/21:

Do

Standard: p. 43-44 #14, 19

Basic: p. 44 #17-18 and 21

Challenge: p. 43 #13, p. 47 #33-34

DUE WED. 2/20 [all levels]:

Quiz corrections (only required for quizzes under C). We went over ALL problems in class, so notes from class should be sufficient.

DUE FRI. 2/15 [all levels]:

Long division problems from Family Math Night sheet. Here is a sheet with just the division problems.

This website has good practice for long division. Ask for help/tips if you need to.

DUE WED. 2/13 [all levels]:

Long division worksheet: Do 765/3, 827/6, and 7420/5 by long division; write a story problem for each of these; and check your answer with a calculator.

DUE TUES. 2/12 [all levels]:

Multiplying Decimals worksheet. Examples are at top and were discussed in class. Do problems without calculator, then check your answers (at least every other one) with a calculator.

DUE FRI. 2/8:

Standard: p. 30 #29-30, p. 31 #33

Basic: p. 28 #20, p. 30 #27 & 32

Challenge: p. 33 #49-50, #52

DUE THURS. 2/7 [all]:

Period 5 only: Problems 1-5 here. (In class, #1-3 were done together, and #4 and 5 on printed sheet were homework.)

[Period 2 was assigned homework, but it wasn't super clear after our classwork, so they will have the Fri homework counted double.]

DUE WED. 2/6 [all levels: check-in on +/- with decimals]

"Skill: Adding and Subtracting Decimals" worksheet. (Email me if you need a copy by email; I can't post it online.) Do it by hand, then check yourself by calculator.

DUE TUES. 2/5 [from Bits & Pieces III book]:

Standard: p. 13 #11-13, p. 14 #20-21

Basic: p. 13 #1-3, 9, 12, 17

Challenge: p. 15 #35-36, p. 17 #47

*VARIABLES AND PATTERNS (Algebra) UNIT*FOR WED. 4/10 & THURS. 4/11:

No homework. Assignment is to get an extra half hour of sleep to prepare for OAKS testing!

FOR TUES. 4/9:

Front & back of first page of OAKS review sheet. However, to save time, this was not graded or entered in the gradebook.

FOR FRI. 4/5:

No homework (no assignment after unit test)

FOR THURS. 4/4:

Variables & Patterns worksheet from class (about Carla the swimmer)

FOR WED. 4/3:

Standard p. 57 #9-13

Basic p. 56 #5-6 & p. 57 #9-10

Challenge p. 57 #13, p. 58 #19, & p. 60 #38

FOR TUES. 4/2:

Standard p. 56 #4-5

Basic p. 56 #3 (you need graph paper)

Challenge p. 61 #46-47

FOR THURS. 3/21 & FRI. 3/22:

No new homework (we did Work Samples instead of new material).

FOR WED. 3/20 [checked Thurs. 3/21]:

Standard p. 56 #3 & p. 59 #26-27

Basic p. 56 #2, p. 58 #22, & p. 59 #25

Challenge p. 59 #28-29

FOR TUES. 3/19:

Standard p. 37 #4, p. 38 #6

Basic p. 35 #1, p. 39 #7, & p. 40 #10

Challenge p. 38 #6, p. 42 #15-16

FOR MON. 3/18:

If you need to get a new math notebook, do it! Everyone should have a graph paper (also called quad ruled) notebook for math OR an orderly place to keep and store notes and graphs. (For instance, a math binder supplied with three-hole-punched graph paper would be OK.) Also, PLEASE bring THREE pencils or pens with you to class so you are ready to write even if one gets lost or needs fixing.

FOR FRI. 3/15:

Standard: p. 21-22 #10 & #12

Basic: p. 20 #8 & p. 22 #12

Challenge: p. 24 #20, p. 28 #30

FOR THURS. 3/14:

Standard: p. 20-21 #7-9

Basic: p. 20 #7, p. 21 #9, p. 23 #16

Challenge: p. 24 #18-19

FOR WED. 3/13:

Corrections for Bits & Pieces III test. Use the Corrections sheet, which has problems from both versions of the test; just do the problem numbers corresponding to the ones you did not get correct (correct = marked with a check). As on the original test, you must show work! If you were in class, your notes from when we went over all the problems (except 1a&b and 2a&b in Period 5) should be sufficient. If you were absent on Tuesday, you can get help with corrections from me on Wednesday 3/13 after school, if you can arrange to stay.

FOR TUES. 3/12:

Standard: p. 15 #1, p. 16 #3, & p. 25 #24

Basic: p. 16 #3, p. 21 #11, & p. 25 #24

Challenge: p. 26 #26 & p. 28 #29

FOR MON. 3/11:

If you need to get a new math notebook, now is the time! Everyone should have a graph paper (also called quad ruled) notebook for math OR an orderly place to keep and store notes and graphs. (For instance, a math binder supplied with three-hole-punched graph paper would be OK.)

FOR FRI. 3/8:

Standard: p. 18 #4 parts a-c & p. 23 #13,14, 16

Basic: same as Standard tonight

Challenge: p. 18 #4 & p. 23 #15 & 17

*BITS AND PIECES III (Decimals/Percents/Fractions) UNIT***REVIEW of this unit Mon. & Tues. 3/4 & 3/5. TEST on Wed. 3/6. Please see the Math Links page under the orange "**

**Decimals, Fractions, Percentages, and Long Division" heading for websites that are helpful (and fun) for review.**FOR THURS. 3/7:

No homework after test. If you didn't do it last week or the week before, bring in signed progress report OR have parent email me they've seen grades on EdBox or on paper, and whether or not they need paper printouts in the future.

FOR WED. 3/6: STUDY for test. You may want to use the review sheet answer key (provided in class). Also, practice multiplying and dividing decimals, and check your work with a calculator.

DUE TUES. 3/5:

An ATTEMPT at all problems on the review sheet. We will go over all or part of this in class, and answers will be posted here tomorrow.

DUE FRI. 3/1:

EVERYONE: bring in signed progress report OR have parent email me they've seen grades on EdBox

Standard: p. 67 #1-6 & p. 69 #18

Basic: p. 67 #4-7 & p. 69 #17

Challenge: p. 71 #29-30 & p. 72 #32

DUE THURS. 2/28:

EVERYONE: bring in signed progress report

Standard: p. 56 #9-11 [without calculator]

Basic: p. 56-58 #3, 6 [with calculator], 20

Challenge: p. 58 #25-26, p. 59 #31-33

DUE WED. 2/27:

EVERYONE: bring in signed progress report

Standard: p. 55-59 #5, 19, & 29

Basic: p. 55-57 #2, 4 part c, & 13 [IN CLASS I ASSIGNED #6 BUT SKIP IT TILL TOMORROW IF YOU SEE THIS]

Challenge: p. 55 #8 & p. 60 #34

DUE TUES. 2/26:

Standard: p. 55 #4 & p. 57 #13-15

Basic: p. 55 #1 & #4 a & b; also, p. 57 #17

Challenge: p. 59 #28-29

DUE FRI. 2/22:

Standard: p. 43 #1-4 (just say "addition", "subtraction", "multiplication", or "division") & p. 45 #28

Basic: p. 43 #1-4 (just say "addition", "subtraction", "multiplication", or "division) & p. 44 #19

Challenge: p. 47 #35-40 OR SOLVE problems #1-4 on p. 43

DUE THURS. 2/21:

Do

*without*a calculator:Standard: p. 43-44 #14, 19

Basic: p. 44 #17-18 and 21

Challenge: p. 43 #13, p. 47 #33-34

DUE WED. 2/20 [all levels]:

Quiz corrections (only required for quizzes under C). We went over ALL problems in class, so notes from class should be sufficient.

DUE FRI. 2/15 [all levels]:

Long division problems from Family Math Night sheet. Here is a sheet with just the division problems.

This website has good practice for long division. Ask for help/tips if you need to.

DUE WED. 2/13 [all levels]:

Long division worksheet: Do 765/3, 827/6, and 7420/5 by long division; write a story problem for each of these; and check your answer with a calculator.

DUE TUES. 2/12 [all levels]:

Multiplying Decimals worksheet. Examples are at top and were discussed in class. Do problems without calculator, then check your answers (at least every other one) with a calculator.

DUE FRI. 2/8:

Standard: p. 30 #29-30, p. 31 #33

Basic: p. 28 #20, p. 30 #27 & 32

Challenge: p. 33 #49-50, #52

DUE THURS. 2/7 [all]:

Period 5 only: Problems 1-5 here. (In class, #1-3 were done together, and #4 and 5 on printed sheet were homework.)

[Period 2 was assigned homework, but it wasn't super clear after our classwork, so they will have the Fri homework counted double.]

DUE WED. 2/6 [all levels: check-in on +/- with decimals]

"Skill: Adding and Subtracting Decimals" worksheet. (Email me if you need a copy by email; I can't post it online.) Do it by hand, then check yourself by calculator.

DUE TUES. 2/5 [from Bits & Pieces III book]:

Standard: p. 13 #11-13, p. 14 #20-21

Basic: p. 13 #1-3, 9, 12, 17

Challenge: p. 15 #35-36, p. 17 #47

## Math 6 Homework for 2nd Quarter

## Algebra Unit

**The three levels of homework (Standard, Basic, and Challenge) were suspended for the Algebra unit. Below are all the Algebra worksheet and booklet homework assignments in reverse chronological order.**

DUE WED. 1/30 & THURS. 1/31:

Nothing. Tues. & Wed. we did an Algebra quiz as a follow-up to the end of our Algebra work, and an Algebra work sample (long problem for state assessment); neither had follow-up homework.

DUE TUES. 1/29:

Review sheet for algebraic expressions & equations, order of operations, equivalent expressions, simplification, and distributive property. We will go over this review sheet in class on Tues, followed immediately by a quiz on this material.

DUE FRI. 1/25 but to be checked TUES. 1/29 because of field trip:

Writing algebraic expressions problems

DUE THURS. 1/24:

Perimeter side ONLY, from worksheet with Order of Operations on the other side. (O of O is good practice but that sheet is a little too hard for 6th grade.) Don't forget to simplify, and do at least one challenge question for perimeters.

DUE WED. 1/23:

Word problems sheet. Problems should be attempted and/or you should have notes from Wed.'s class review.

DUE THURS. 1/17:

Distributing worksheet started in class. (Remember to add the arrow thingies over the bottom example on the first page, like we did in class.) For the bottom 8, give them a try, but wait until tomorrow if you get stuck. Strong suggestion for the top problems: DRAW THE ALGEBRA PIECES for the first few, till you feel certain you are doing it right.

DUE WED. 1/16:

Simplifying worksheet started in class. OK for word problems to be attempted but not completed; the rest should be finished.

DUE TUES. 1/15:

Nothing. No homework on test days.

DUE MON. 1/14:

Algebra Review Worksheet started in class [if this is turned in, student is excused from any

__other__one standard homework assignment this quarter]

Hand in Algebra booklet homework if not already submitted

Hand in Order of Operations homework (due Thurs) if not already submitted; +1 extra credit if in color or with picture

DUE FRI. 1/11:

Order of Operations Homework. Try to do it neatly (and colorfully?) so it can be displayed!

DUE THURS. 1/10:

"Day 10 Homework: 2.7 Bricks"

DUE WED. 1/9:

"Day 9 Homework: 2.6 No Y-Ning"

DUE TUES. 1/8:

FOR PERIOD 2: "Day 8 Warm Up: Investigation 3.3 From Backtracking to Algebraic Symbols."

FOR PERIOD 5: "Day 9 Lesson: 2.6 Cow Pens".

On MON. 1/7, "Day 8 Homework: 2.5 L-Tiles 2" was given as a quiz (individual work with no notes); students were told about this on the previous Friday so they could prepare.

DUE FRI. 1/4:

"Day 6 Homework: Inv 3.1 Backtracking"

DUE THURS. 1/3:

"Day 7 Lesson: 2.4 Penny Triangles"

DUE FRI. 12/14:

"Day 4 Homework: 2.3 Crouching Dog, Hidden Pattern"

DUE THURS. 12/13:

"Day 3 Homework: 2.3 Penny Legs"

DUE WED. 12/12:

"2.2 Toothpick T's"

DUE TUES. 12/11:

"Day 1 Homework: 1.1 Number Tricks," parts A and B (2 pages)

## Covering and Surrounding: 2D Measurement, + 3-D Common Core Supplement

**Last date to turn in Covering & Surrounding homework: 12/14/12.**

Listed by due date in reverse chronological order. Late homework will be accepted for 4/5 points. Student must CLEARLY mark late homework (date assigned or due, page number, problem numbers) and point it out to me during homework check.

Pick Standard (best choice for most people), Basic (if you need adult help), or Challenge.

DUE FRI. 12/7:

ALL LEVELS, FOR 10 POINTS (2 homeworks): Covering & Surrounding REVIEW sheet (from class)

Any QUIZ CORRECTIONS should also be submitted Friday 12/7.

DUE THURS. 12/6:

ALL FROM SUPPLEMENTAL PRINTOUT (CC Investigation 4: Measurement)

Standard: p. 45 #18, p. 46 #23-24

Basic: p. 45 #16-18

Challenge: p. 46 #23-25

DUE WED. 12/5:

ALL FROM SUPPLEMENTAL PRINTOUT (CC Investigation 4: Measurement)

Standard: p. 43 #3, p. 44 #7-10

Basic: p. 43 #2 & 4, p. 44 #9-10

Challenge: p. 44 #11, p. 45 #15 & 19

DUE TUES. 12/4:

Standard: p. 83 #27, p. 85 #37

Basic: p. 83 #28-30 (need ruler with cm)

Challenge: p. 67 #39 part a and p. 87 #49 part a

DUE FRI. 11/30:

Standard: p. 81 #15, p. 82 #24-25

Basic: p. 81 #12-14, p. 82 #22-23

Challenge: p. 83 #26, p. 84 #36 part d

DUE THURS. 11/29:

Standard: p. 80 #5-9, p. 81 #12-13

Basic: p. 61 #9-11, p. 80 #5-9

Challenge: p. 85 #37-38, p. 86 #48

DUE WED. 11/28:

Standard: p. 61 #12-13 & p. 63 #20

Basic: Additional Practice Investigation 4 worksheet

Challenge: p. 64 #28-30

DUE TUES. 11/27:

Standard: p. 62 #14-19

Basic: quiz corrections plus 2 of the Standard homework problems

Challenge: p. 62 #14-19

DUE THURS. 11/15 OR FRI. 11/16:

Standard: p. 46 #10-12 and p. 47 #18-20

Basic:: p. 46-47 #17-20 and p. 46 #14

Challenge: p. 50-51 #34, 36, & 40