Stained Glass Geometry Art Project (50 pts)
For this project you will be making your own stained glass window.
The purpose of this project is to show the union of mathematics and art.
You will need to purchase the following:
An 8x10 inch picture frame (wi
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Mathematics Video Report (50 pts)
Go to the library (CPC) and watch the video Donald in Mathmagic Land.
You can also find this video on YouTube (it is in a couple of parts).
After watching the entire video (20 minutes), TYPE the Math Video Report,
SPRING 2012 JULIANO
Course Number: MATH 1351
Course Title: FUNDAMENTALS OF MATHEMATICS II
Course Description: Concepts of geometry, probability, and statistics, as well as applications of the algebraic properties
of real numbers to concepts of measurement
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Classroom Connections Chapter 13 (28pts)
These problems are to be worked VERY NEATLY with a LOT of explanation, proper grammar,
and
correct mathematical notation.
Responses can be typed or hand-written (preferably in PENCIL).
Please work one proble
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Classroom Connections Chapter 12 (12pts)
These problems are to be worked VERY NEATLY with a LOT of explanation, proper grammar,
and
correct mathematical notation.
Responses can be typed or hand-written (preferably in PENCIL).
Please work one proble
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Classroom Connections Chapter 11 (24pts)
These problems are to be worked VERY NEATLY with a LOT of explanation, proper grammar,
and
correct mathematical notation.
Responses can be typed or hand-written (preferably in PENCIL).
Please work one proble
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Classroom Connections Chapter 10 (16pts)
These problems are to be worked VERY NEATLY with a LOT of explanation, proper grammar,
and
correct mathematical notation.
Responses can be typed or hand-written (preferably in PENCIL).
Please work one proble
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Classroom Connections Chapter 9 (20pts)
These problems are to be worked VERY NEATLY with a LOT of explanation, proper grammar,
and
correct mathematical notation.
Responses can be typed or hand-written (preferably in PENCIL).
Please work one problem
Section 14-1 Translations and Rotations
Translation (slide): When an object moves a certain distance in a certain direction along a line
preserving the length and angles in the figure.
A motion of a place that moves every point of the plane a specified di
Section 12-1 Congruence Through Constructions
Congruence versus Similarity
In mathematics, similar objects have the same shape but not necessarily the same size.
Congruent objects have the same size and they are similar.
Two line segments are only congrue
Section 11-1 Basic Geometry Notions
Geometry: geo means earth and metron means measure
The fundamental building blocks of geometry are points, lines, and planes.
Linear Notions:
A line has no thickness, extends forever in two
directions and is determined
Sections 10-1 & 10-2 Displaying Data
Categorical Data:
Numerical Data:
Data that represent characteristics of objects or individuals (categories).
Data that represent numerical information about an object or individual.
M & M Activity
PART I: PICTOGRAPHS
Section 9-1 How Probabilities are Determined
Experiment: An activity whose results can be observed and recorded.
Each possible result of an experiment is called an outcome.
Sample Space: The set of all possible outcomes for an experiment.
Example:
What is