Hellenistic Greece
King Philip II
United all of
greece under the
Macedonian
empire.
The philosophy of
Stoicism is
created. People
who believed in
this placed
emphasis on
reason, selfdiscipline,
emotional
control, and
personal morality.
The Philosophy of
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QUADRATIC GRAPHS AND SHIFTING
The parent function is the basic form of a type of equation (or function).
Line y = x
Parabola/Quadratic y = x2 This chapters focus equation.
Absolute Value y = x
If I were to graph y = x2
I can create a table of values if I
Text Dependent Questions
Text-dependent Questions
Reread the first paragraph on page 344. Why
does the narrator want revenge? What does it
mean that he seeks to punish with
impunity?
On page 344, Montresor describes Fortunatos
knowledge of different topic
Greek Philosopher Chart
When filling in the time period, be sure to list the years and a description of the events occurring in ancient Greece at that time.
Time Period:
SOPHISTS
SOCRATES
PLATO
469-399 B.C.E
427-347 B.C.E.
ARISTOTLE
464 B.C.E
384-322 B.C.
Polynomial Perimeter, Area and Volume Project
Use the following polynomial equations to solve for the Perimeter or Area of each
question. When necessagy, use 3.14 for 1t. Draw all pictures, show all work, and
put a circle around all answers on a separate
Exponential Functions Algebra 1
To Determine the Rate or "b [when it isnt provided for you):
1) Change Percent to a Decimal
2) Growth: 1 + decimal
3) Decay: 1 - decimal
4) Put this value into the equation for b
g increase by 12% E decrease by 9%
Rewrite
QUADRATIC GRAPHS AND SHIFTING
The parent function is the basic form of a type of equation (or function).
Line y = x
Parabola/Quadratic y = x2 This chapters focus equation.
Absolute Value y = x
If I were to graph y = x2
I can create a table of values if I
Unit 3: Weather & Climate
Temperature Inversion-the action of inverting something or the state of being inverted
Convection-the movement caused within a fluid by the tendency of hotter and therefore less
dense material to rise, and colder, denser material
Alexander the Great
The Prince Learns to be a King
1. What is Philip of Macedon, Alexanders father, most remembered for?
2. Who was Alexanders teacher?
3. What epic poem inspired Alexander? )
4. Who was Alexanders literary role model and hero?
5. How does
Earths Internal Processes
Lesson 8
Earthquakes: Earthquake Hazards
Some Earthquake Hazards
Structural Failure
1. Which types of buildings sustain the most severe damage from an earthquake?
Unreinforced/stone buidings
2. Which two types of buildings sustai
Beginnings of an Empire
Alexander wanted all of persia, and started a campaign after he dealt with
all Greek revolts.
He would find himself at odds with Darius lll of Persia.
Alexanders Army
small
well trained
fiercely loyal
Persian Army
Large
Disorgani
Name _ Date_ Section_
Geography of Ancient Greece
Document Based Question
The question is based on the accompanying documents on the following pages. This
question is designed to test your ability to work with historical documents. Some of
these have been
HELLENISTIC GREECE
WORLD HISTORY NOTES
DATE: _
What does mean to be Hellenistic?
_Hellenistic- The blending of Greek cultures with those of Persia, Egypt, and Central
Asia following the conquests of Alexander the Great.
What is an empire, give the defini
Decisive Battles: Battle of Marathon Video
Questions
1. Who was the King of Persia? Jurious
2. Name three city-states in Greece? Athens,Sparta,and Corinth
3. Which city-state supported the Ionian Revolt? Athens
4. Hippias was a deposed tyrant king of Athe