Grade 7 Math and Science Equations were the name of the game in 7th grade. 7th grade took it a step further and learned how to solve equations that included radicals. Square roots and exponents are now just another inverse operation students can use when solving equations. In the coming months, students will be learning about rates and rations, graphing lines, and probability. In January students learned about what earth might have looked like in the past. They examined how the fossil record helps scientists determine which continents were connected in the past. Students then learned about seafloor spreading and how the seafloor creates ridges and trenches that cause continental drift. In February our focus shifted to rocks. Students learned about the rock cycle, as well as the carbon cycle and nitrogen cycle. No students will turn their attention to weather and climate. 14

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