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January Undefined Terms, Definitions, Postulates;
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January
Polygons and Circles
16
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Reflection and Rotation
Spring 2014
Presentation Problems
MATH 34002 Fundamental Concepts of Geometry
Directions:
1. Presentations should be 10-15 minutes in length
2. Presentations should be interactive; the class should be involved in the work.
3. Presentations can be prepared
Study Guide for Chapters 3 and 4 of College Geometry
Chapter 3
Section 3.1
Define and calculate perimeter
Define and calculate area
Understand how to use Picks formula and when it is useful
Dimensional analysis
Be able to explain Cavalieris principle and