Students will study the Polibius and Caesar ciphers.
Students will study anagrams, the pigpen and rail fence ciphers.
Students will study 3D solids and their 2D projections.
Students will be constructing all the 3D solids having given 2D projections.
Students will study lesson 9 from the course book.
Students will pay a virtual visit to the Island of Knights and Liars. Students will have to solve logic puzzles based on the habits of the islanders.
Students will learn the definition of a statement and how the AND operation acts on statements.
Students will continue studying Boolean algebra.
Students will review clock arithmetic and learn the applications of mod 360 arithmetic to measuring angles and to timekeeping.
Students will review unit of measurements such as time and learning about coordinates on the globe
Students will learn about Earth's poles and practice calculating time based off Earth's movement.
Students will use modular arithmetic to convert time on Planet Heptadium. In the second half of the class, will learn how to solve different types of cryptarithms.
Students will learn about prime numbers and practice using divisibility patterns.
Students will continue learning how to use Modular Arithmetic to solve ciphers as well as review divisibility rules from last week.
Students will working on the Ciphers and Functions Packet.
Students will finish reviewing the previous week's handout and then complete a practice Math Kangaroo.
Students will play a review Jeapordy Game