# Geometry and Geometry (Honors).pdf - ST. MARY’S DOMINICAN...

• 14

Course Hero uses AI to attempt to automatically extract content from documents to surface to you and others so you can study better, e.g., in search results, to enrich docs, and more. This preview shows page 1 - 2 out of 14 pages.

ST. MARY’S DOMINICAN HIGH SCHOOLGeometry and Geometry (Honors) Summer WorksheetDear student:_______________________________________________________(name)The purpose of this summer worksheet is to help you practice your math skills while providingexamples of ACT/PSAT-type questions.The questions were specifically chosen because they relate totopics that will be used in your math class next year or because they cover material you have learnedthat is on the ACT/PSAT.In order to receive full credit for your work, be sure to follow these instructions.1.Print out the worksheet (print on both sides) and show all work neatly and in aconcise manner next to each questionin PENCIL! If work can not be shown, explainhow you were able to solve the problem or what strategy you used (process ofelimination, guess and check, graphing calculator, etc.).All problems must have work or an explanation!2.Check your answers with the answer key provided.Review and re-try any questionsyou missed.If you have difficulty with any of the concepts, please review themduring the summer.3.Bring your completed assignment to school on the second day of class.Standardized Test-Taking Tips:1.Underline or circle key numbers/words in the problem.2.Read the question that is being asked.Sometimes the answer to the question is not necessarilythe solution to the equation.3.As you eliminate choices, scratch them out.4.Use these strategies as they apply:Guess and check with the choices (start with the middle choice)Assign numbers to represent variables in the questionStart at the end and work backwardsLook for a pattern on a simpler problemUse a graphing calculator to assist when neededNote:On the ACT, unless otherwise stated, all of the following should be assumed:1.Illustrative figures lie in a plane.2.Geometric figures lie in a plane.3.The word “line” indicates a straight line.4.The word “average” indicates the arithmetic mean.Choices are usually listed from either greatest to least or least to greatest.You may use your calculator for any problems you choose, but some of the problems may best be donewithout using a calculator.Reference the “ACT MathFormulas” file in School Links and Files.Your work will be collected, and a grade will be given based oncompleteness and effort.

Upload your study docs or become a

Course Hero member to access this document

Upload your study docs or become a

Course Hero member to access this document

End of preview. Want to read all 14 pages?

Upload your study docs or become a

Course Hero member to access this document

Term
Fall
Professor
NoProfessor
Tags
2W, Inch, 3 L, MARLON, St Mary s Dominican High School