## September 6th - Please click this link for 3.4 video notes if you cannot log into Canvas.

__Supplies needed for my class:__**3 ring notebook**

**Loose leaf paper**

**Index Dividers (5 pack)**

**Graph paper**

**Calculator****

**Requested for our class (but certainly not required): Kleenex**

****Calculator Advice:**

As you enter high school, a calculator is a wise investment. Everyone in my class will have access to the school's TI-84 Plus graphing calculators. However, you will need to have a calculator at home to do your homework. You need a scientific calculator with the ABC fraction button or a graphing calculator. The question is which kind of calculator is best? Some of my favorites are the TI-30x IIS and the TI-30x IIB (around $10-15). If you are considering taking higher level mathematics courses in the future you might consider investing in a graphing calculator (around $100). I would recommend any version of the TI-84 series. Please note that the TI-89, TI-92, and the TI-Nspire CAS will not be allowed in this class, they simply do too much.

Please turn in the TI-Points from your calculator to Mrs. C!

Please label the five index dividers as follows:

1. Standards

2. Technology

3. Forms

4. Notes

5. Work

__How to set up your notebook__Please label the five index dividers as follows:

1. Standards

2. Technology

3. Forms

4. Notes

5. Work