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Measuring Segments Quiz
Total Points = 20
MC = 2
Choose the correct answer for each problem.
Objective 1: Apply the number line.
Display 3
1) The Ruler Postulate
Geometry Writing Assignment: Proofs on Congruent Triangles
Each proof is worth 10 points
Total Points: 50
BA = AD & CA = AE Given
CAD = BAE Opposite angles are equal(=)
CAB = DAE Opposite angles are =.
BC = DE Their Side, Angle, Side are
Therefore ACB AD
Geometry
Writing Assignment: Proofs on Congruent Triangles
Each proof is worth 10 points
Total Points: 50
Complete a two column proof for each problem.
1. Given: AB AD and CA EA Prove: ABC
ADE
1. Side AB and AD are congruent
given
2. Side CA and EA are c
Print to work in hard copy, or complete and save electronically.
MPM1D-B Lesson 5
Lesson 5 Assessment of Learning
Lesson 5 Assessment of Learning
Task 1: Knowledge and Understanding (20 marks)
1. Evaluate each of the following. Reduce any fractions to the
Geometry
Law of Cosines Short Answer Quiz
Total Points = 30
E = 3 points
Answer each of the following questions.
Type E
1) Describe the two situations when you can use the Law of Cosines.
a. When you are given a triangle 1) with all three sides, 2) with t
Triangular Shaped Cookies
By this point in your mathematics education, Im sure you are very familiar with the triangle. As
you know, it is a shape with three sides and three angles. Im sure you know how to find both the
perimeter and the area of a triangl
Geometry
Right Triangles and Trigonometry Exam
Total Points = 100
MC = 2 points
E = 3 points
Answer each of the following questions.
Objective 1: Identify the parts of a right triangle.
Display 2
1) KJ <alt tag = line segment KJ> is a leg of the right tri
Geometry
Written Assignment: Graphing the Cosine Function
Total Points = 50
In this assignment you will be generating the graph of the cosine curve. To do this, you should go
through the same process we used to generate the sine and the tangent curves.
1.
Geometry
Unit: Right Triangles and Trigonometry
Section: Graphing Trigonometric Functions
Review Worksheet KEY
1) Graph y = sin x.
a) What is the domain?
x = All Real Numbers
b) What is the range?
-1 y 1
c) What is the y-intercept?
y=0
d) What are the x-i
1. List the year each period began and ended: (8 points)
Olmec
Formative or Preclassic Maya
Classic Maya
Postclassic Maya
Olmec: 1200 BC-400 BC
Preclassic Maya: 20001000 b.c.e.
Classic Maya: A.D 250-1500
Postclassic Maya: A.D 900-1500
2. Describe the soci
Introduction to Reasoning Quiz
Total Points = 30
E=3
Choose the correct answer for each problem.
Type: E
1) Define Inductive Reasoning.
a. Inductive reasoning is a way of drawing a general conclusion from special cases by examining
and exploring their com
Geometry
Triangle Inequalities Quiz
Total Points = 20
MC = 2
Objective 1: Describe and apply the Side-Angle Inequality of triangles.
Display 3
1) List the angles of triangle PQR from smallest to largest.
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Slope of a Line Quiz
Total Points = 20
MC = 2
Chose the correct answer for each problem.
Objective 1: Find the slope between 2 points.
Display 4
1) Which is the formula for slope of a line.
x x1
m 2
y 2 y1
a.
<alt tag = m equals x 2 minus x 1 the quantity
The Coordinate Plane Quiz
Total Points = 20
MC = 2
Choose the correct answer for each problem.
Objective 1: Describe and identify the properties of the coordinate plane.
Display 1
1. The horizontal axis of a coordinate plane is called the y-axis.
@The hor
Geometry
Writing the Equation of a Circle Short Answer Quiz
Total Points = 30
Essay = 3 points
Type E
1) What is the general equation of a circle centered at the origin?
a. x2 + y2 = r2
Type E
2) What is the general equation of a circle centered at the po
Unit 6
Similar Polygons Definitions, Perimeter and Area Quiz
Total Points = 30
Essay = 3 pts
Type: E
1) Describe in your own words, what it means if two polygons are similar.
a. Similar shapes, but different size.
Similar figures have congruent angles and
Graphing the Equation of a Line
Total Points = 20
MC = 2
Chose the correct answer for each problem.
Objective 1: Write the equation of a line given various information.
Display 4
1) Write the equation of a line in slope-intercept form passing through (4,
Geometry
Chords and Secants in Circles Quiz
Total Points = 30
Essay = 3 points
Type E
1) What is the radius of a circle? What is the diameter of a circle? How are the radius and the
diameter related?
a. The radius of a circle is the distance from the cent
Geometry
Graphs of Sine, Cosine and Tangent Short Answer Quiz
Total Points = 30
E = 3 points
Answer each of the following questions.
Type E
1) Describe the graph of the sine function. Be as specific as possible, including all the properties
we studied in
Geometry
Similar Triangles Quiz
Total Points = 30
Essay = 3 pts
Type: E
1) What are the properties of similar triangles?
a. Similar triangles have proportional sides and congruent angles
Type: E
2) If GOU : EFN <alt tag = triangle GOU is similar to triang
Geometry
Law of Sines Short Answer Quiz
Total Points = 30
E = 3 points
Answer each of the following problems.
Type E
1) Describe the three situations when you can use the Law of Sines.
a. When you are given a triangle 1) with two angles and the included s
Geometry
Right Triangles and the Pythagorean Theorem Quiz
Total Points = 20
MC = 2
Chose the correct answer for each problem.
Objective 1: Describe and apply the properties of 45 o-45o- 90o special right triangles.
Display 3
1) In a 45o-45o- 90o triangle,
Perpendicular and Parallel Lines Quiz
Total Points = 20
MC = 2
Choose the correct answer for each problem.
Objective 1: Recall the Properties of Equality and Congruence from Algebra
Display 3
1) Which property states that any element is equivalent to itse
Mikaela Wilson
Static Electricity Lab 2/8/2016
Purpose of this Lab
The goal of this lab is to better understand static electricity using things from ordinary life. The question
it is trying to answer is, What would happen if I placed something statically
Geometry
Unit: Introduction to Proofs
Section: Reasoning in Geometry
Review Worksheet
1. Define the following and give an example:
a. Inductive Reasoning:
Inductive Reasoning is a way of drawing general conclusions based on specific cases by examining the
Flashcards: Proportions
Directions: Answer the following questions.
1. The ratio of happy people to sad people is 15 to 2. If there are 75 happy people, how many are sad?
2. The ratio of oranges to apples in the fruit salad is 3 to 2. If 9 apples are used
Crossword Puzzle: Section Warm-Up
Directions: Name the vocabulary word.
1. All the points that are equidistant away from a center point
2. Any line segment drawn from the center to a point on a circle
3. Any line segment drawn from one point on a circle t
Geometry
Unit: Lines and the Coordinate Plane
Section: The Coordinate Plane
Review Worksheet Key
1) Name the coordinates for each point and tell what quadrant they are in.
A) (-4, 2), Quadrant II
B) (2, 5), Quadrant I
C) (-1, -3), Quadrant III
D) (4, -4),
Geometry
COURSE DESCRIPTION: The Geometry course is a comprehensive look at the study of geometric concepts
including the basic elements of geometry, proofs, parallel and perpendicular lines, the coordinate plane, triangles,
quadrilaterals, polygons, circ
Circumference and Area of a Circle: Introduction
Man measuring a track with a circular measuring wheel
Have you ever seen one of these measuring wheels? By rolling it along a length to be measured and counting
how many rotations it makes, the distance can
Name_
Topics covered in this lab:
Measuring Volume
Finding Density
Comparing Densities
Floating and Sinking
Experiment 1: Defining Volume
Materials:
Plastic beakers
Graduated cylinder
Measuring cup
Clay
Water
The word volume has many different meanin