Geometry-week of Oct. 2

Next Test-Tuesday, October 10

Monday-Review Area

Area and Perimeter Review-1z2mcys

Tuesday-Volume of Prisms and Cylinders

notes: VolumeofPrismsandCylinders-for Activity-1tykm12

Volume of Prisms Practice-27e91io

Volume of Prisms-14akz75

Wednesday-Volume of Pyramids and Cones; Spheres

notes: Volume of Prisms and Pyramids-p1k855

Volume of Cylinders & Cones-1eqj3rk

Volume of Spheres-2l6o5iz

Volume-Pyramid and Cones-ueo69t

Volume-Prisms and Spheres-269kwq7

Thursday-Composition of Volumes and Cavalieri’s Principle


Volume-All Solids-1w7ykuy

composite volume worksheet1-1yb012q

composite volume worksheet2-2g8ir6s

Friday-Review of Segment Lengths and Circles

Review with Notes Segments and Volume-1twwhfq

Review-segment lengths and volume with Notes-KEY-1zebovn

Review-Segment Lengths and Volume-25npf7i


Geometry-week of September 18




Wednesday-Radius and Tangents; Congruent Tangents

notes: rad-tan-peobs1

notes: Chord Properties-23hnsiz

Radius and Chord-1tm22sp

Tangents and Party Hats HW-17njbi0

Tangents and Party Hats-roiwh8

Thursday-Segment Length and Chord Properties (Part/Part)

notes: Part Part-162p7xf

Part Part Chord Property-1v4qoqd

Chords in Circles-2b3v3ev

Friday-Secant and Tangent (Outside/Whole)

notes: Outside and Whole-104ivt4

Secants and Tangents-1qqbroz

Segment Lengths with Circles Homework-23mltpv

Chord and Tangent Lengths-all-1d20g34



Geometry-week of Sept. 11-UPDATED

Wednesday-Review Angles and Arc Length

Angles and Arcs Quiz Review-165rvs9

Angles and Arcs Quiz Review-KEY with work-25i2w36

notes: arc-length-s6lrmb

Arc Length HW-28zb9ng

Thursday-Sector and Quiz

notes: area of sectors-209quuw

Sector Area HW-2frcfbx

Arc Length and Sector Area-HW-29h3mau


Circle Angles Arcs Circumference Area Review with notes – KEY-1634n6t

Circle Angles Arcs Circumference Area Review with notes-1sa04g5

Geometry-week of September 5

Tuesday-Circles; Vocabulary and Central Angles


circles-terms, rad-tan-29wtb2q


Wednesday-Central Angles



Central Angles HW-2hxnuot

Central Angles Homework – KEY-1b4ozj3

Thursday-Inscribed Angles and Inscribed Quadrilaterals



Inscribed Angles HW-1swyt91

Inscribed Angles Homework – KEY-1z2e6em

Friday-Review of Angles

Day 2 – Inscribed Angles Practice WS-13cd4zl

Inscribed Angles Practice WS – KEY-use9ta


Geometry-review for test

Here are the reviews for the test. Pay close attention to the problems listed for each!

Trig Review Sheet-u9cexs

Trig Review Sheet – KEY-1p3p1kh

#2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 15

Similarity and Trig Review 2-28yp1ty

Similarity and Trig Review 2-KEY-1iodw9s

#1 a,b, 2b, 5

Similarity and Trig Review with Notes-14kt9re

Similarity and Trig Review with Notes-KEY-1onq9pm

#2, 5 (first one), 6 (first one) , 7, 8

Geometry – What to know for Trig Quiz

Be able to:

  • identify the opposite leg, the adjacent leg and the hypotenuse
  • name the trig ratios (ex. Sine = opp/hyp; packet page 18 #15)
  • write the trig ratios given sides of a right triangle (packet page 18 #19)
  • calculate sine, cosine and tangent of an angle using a calculator (packet page 21 #1)
  • find the angle given a ratio for sine, cosine or tangent (packet page 21 #13)
  • find the angle given the sides of a right triangle (Monday’s HW ‘Inverse Trigonometric Ratios’ #22)
  • do an application problem (ex. tonight’s homework ‘2-Right Triangle Trigonometry ‘ #4)

Geometry-week of August 28

Monday-Finding Angle Measures using Trig

find angles trig-ratios-1qaakfd

Trig – Find Missing Sides & Missing Angles HW-27p7j6i

Cumulative Trig-128vuk8

Tuesday-Applications of Trig


SOHCAHTOA Applications Practice Homework v2-1g5d2yl

Wednesday and Thursday-Similarity and Trig Review

Similarity & Trig ReviewKM-tycyim

Trig Review Sheet – KEY-1p3c50g

Trig Review Sheet-u8zie0

Similarity and Trig Review 2-28yc5bv

Similarity and Trig Review 2-KEY-1io0zro




Happy Solar Eclipse Day-Monday, August 21

Today, we reviewed page four in the packet and we finished page five. In class students did problems #1-4 on the page below. You will simply multiply each coordinate by the given scale factor, then graph the new points. For example, in number one, multiply each point by two, then graph the new points. You should notice you get a new triangle that is twice the size of the original.

Coordinate Plane Dilations-25m4xr5