Mathematics Homework, Tuesday, November 21

Students, click on the link below. If possible, reduce to lowest terms:
https://www.homeschoolmath.net/worksheets/fractions/PDFs/Multiply_Fraction_Whole_Number_2.pdf

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Mathematics Homework, Monday, November 20

Students, click on the link below for tonight’s homework:
https://www.homeschoolmath.net/worksheets/table-multiply-fractions.php?op=mu&col=2&row=6&dup=1&neg=1&proper=1&simpl=1&ntype1=fraction&n1_min=1&n1_max=11&n1_list=&d1_min=2&d1_max=12&d1_list=&w1_min=1&w1_max=10&w1_list=&ntype2=fraction&n2_min=1&n2_max=11&n2_list=&d2_min=2&d2_max=12&d2_list=&w2_min=1&w2_max=10&w2_list=&numbers=2&extraspace=1&format=portrait&font=Arial&FontSize=12pt&pad=15&color=orange&PDF_worksheet=PDF+worksheet

Science, Wednesday, November 15

Read the following chapter online:
https://s3.amazonaws.com/hwdsbcommons/wp-content/uploads/sites/477/2016/09/4.5-Humans-fitting-into-ecosystem.pdf
Questions:
1) Humans tend to change the ecosystems they live in. Provide an example from the text.
2) Humans always win when competing with other species for basic needs in an ecosystem. Why?
3) Today’s farmers use pesticides on their crops. Why?
4) How are these pesticides hurting the ecosystem?
5) Where do mine tailings come from? How do they pollute the environment?
6) Tell me the story of mining in Sudbury, Ontario, and its harmful consequences.