Geometry-week of Oct. 22

Monday-Distance and Pythagorean Theorem

notes:6-Pyth and Distance-2goupfl

Dist and Triangles CW-2l9iuw7

Distance, Midpoint and Pythagorean Practice-200d911

Pythagorean Theorem and Distance Formula WS-16kvplm

Tuesday and Wednesday-Properties of Parallelograms

notes:7-Prop of Parallelograms and Rectangle-1ijful8

notes: 8-Prop of Rhombus Square Kite and Trapezoid-wrlmcp

PropertiesofParallelograms-discovery-2h127in

PropertiesofRectangles-discovery-141k33j

Parallelograms WS-2h2g0kk

Perimeter and Area Coord Plane-1o8pqzw

Proofs of Quad in Coord Plane-2fiv75h

Thursday-review

Coord Plane REVIEW-14cdyrv

Coord Plane REVIEW-answers-rpgpnr

Distance, Midpoint and Pythagorean Practice-200d8y5

 

Friday-Test

Geometry-week of October 15

Monday-Equations of Lines

notes:1-Equations of Lines-2312hpf

Writing Eq of Lines-1n77utk

Writing Eq of Lines-KEY-1n1ws4r

Tuesday-Equations of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

notes:2-Equations of Parallel and Perp Lines-20fodvk

Writing Eq-Parallel and Perp-HW-25ply2x

Writing Eq-Parallel and Perp-HW-Answers-23s6tzr

Wednesday-Equations of Circles

notes:3-Graphing and Writing Equations of Circles-2lg5xgj

Equations of Circles-1bum7ah

Equations of Circles-Changing Forms-2n98z6n

Thursday-Intersection of Circles and Lines

notes:4-Intersection of Circles and Lines-2lxxofv

Int. of Circles and Lines Homework v2-1ly1ja8

Friday-Midpoint and Partitioning

notes:5-Midpt and Partition-2jb1yk9

Partition CW-29xpzm2

Partition HW-1y7l0lq

 

 

 

Geometry Test Review

KNOW this material:

From the review posted below, know how to do: #1-3,5,6,8,13,17,19,22,25,27-29,31,32

Know how to determine and if a segment is tangent to a circle given its length and a radius (#19 and #20 in the review). Also, be able to explain how you would make this determination using appropriate Geometry vocabulary.

Volume and Segments Review with Notes-2hrcv6t

Volume and Seg Review with Notes – KEY-ym7x88

From the packet, know how to do:

p. 6 – last two slides

p. 7 #6

p. 8 #3

p. 18 – first slide

p. 22 – last two slides

p. 26 – last two slides

And know:

If you double the sides of a cube, you multiply the volume by 8 (2 cubed).

If you triple the radius of a sphere, you multiply the volume by 27 (3 cubed).

If you double the sides of a shape, you multiply the area by 4 (2 squared).

If you triple the sides of a shape, you multiply the area by 9 (3 squared).

Geometry-week of Oct. 8

Monday-Volume of Pyramids, Cones and Spheres

notes: 6-Vol of Pyramids Cones Spheres-1r9588l

Volume-Pyramid and Cones-uy5nxb

Volume of Spheres HW-26y740i

Volume of All Solids HW-1djzl0k

 

Tuesday-Cavalieri’s Principle and Composition of Volumes

Caval and Applications of Volume and Area-2ck8qzf

Volume of Composite Solids Worksheet-1iz18iw

Volume of Composite Solids Worksheet – KEY – in color-2cwq5no

 

Wednesday-PSAT

 

Thursday-Review

Review with QR Code answers-11gelco

Vol and Seg Review v2 – KEY-yqnwzd

Vol and Seg Review with Notes-24z7ilo

Volume and Seg Review with Notes – KEY-ylykel

Volume and Segment Review #2-1sb85o9

Volume and Segments Review v2-1vyqgft

Stations:

Circles-Secants and Tangents-1wpmcgg Circles-Tangent Lengths-si1ju5 composite volume-1cjela9 Propeties of Chords WS-2l0tupy StationsChords-2dgqpfx TangentsPythagorean Theorem-zr7hmk Volume-Cylinders and Prisms-136jch8 Volume-Pyramid and Cone-12jewxy Volume-Spheres-s55x4l

 

Friday-Test