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
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
Physical Science | Graded Assignment | Make an Electromagnet
Name: Mikaela Wilson
Date: 2/29/2016
Graded Assignment
Lab Report: Make an Electromagnet
Purpose of the Lab
The purpose of this lab is for you to make your own electromagnet. You will compare th
Physical Science | Graded Assignment | Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions
Name: Mikaela Wilson
Date: 3/31/16
Graded Assignment
Lab Report: Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions
Purpose of the Lab
The purpose of this lab is to help you visualize endotherm
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
Lab Report: Static Electricity
Purpose of this Lab
What is the goal of this lab? What question is it trying to answer or what problem is it trying to
explain? Refer to the lab description.
Hypothesis
Refer to procedures below and create a hypothesis about
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
7.03 Writing Assignment: Similar Polygons
The actual dimensions of the square are AB=BC=CD=DA=10.35 inches.
The actual dimensions of the pentagon are AB=7.87, BC=8.41, CD=7.23, DE=7.87, and EA=11.65 inches.
The actual dimensions of the hexagon are AB=BC=D
8.03 Writing Assignment: Graphing a Circle
1) Graph the circle (x 4)^2 + (y 2)^2 = 25. Label the center and at least four points on the circle.
Equation of the circle is
.
Standard form of the circle is
.
Here center
.
Compare the circle equation with the
Geometry
Written Assignment: Surface Area and Volume of Spherical Objects
Total Points = 50
For this assignment, you will be finding the surface area and the volume of three different spherical objects. You will need to find
three objects and measure the
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
9.03 Writing Assignment: Graphing the Cosine Function
Graph the function
.
Plot the points obtained in the table.
Connect the points using a smooth curve.
The function is
.
The domain of the cosine function is all real numbers.
The range of the function i
7.01 Writing Assignment: Converting a Recipe
Step One: Tropical Berry Pops
Step Two: Makes 24 servings
Ingredients4 cups white grape juice, pineapple juice, guava nectar or apple juice
16 ounce can crushed pineapple, undrained
1 cup fresh blackberries, ra
Geometry
Writing Assignment: Distance and Midpoint Formulas
Each problem is worth 5 points
Total Points: 50
Distance Formula
1. Find the distance between the points (-4, 6) and (8, -12).Round your solution to 2 decimal points.
1=
x -4
2=
x 8
1=
y 6
2=
y -
Example: Comparing Proportions
Problem:
Are the following proportions equivalent? X divided by y equals 10 divided by 6 and the quantity 10 plus
6 divided by 6 equals the quantity x plus y divided by y.
Solution:
Recall that we learned to cross multiply t
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
Writing Assignment: Distance and Midpoint Formulas
Each problem is worth 5 points
Total Points: 50
Distance Formula
1. Find the distance between the points (-4, 6) and (8, -12).Round your solution to 2 decimal points.
2. Find the perimeter of the
Geometry
Informal and Two-Column Proofs
Two Column Proofs Assignment
Total Points = 40
This proof is worth 10 points. Each blank is worth 2 points.
Fill in the blanks in the proof below:
A
C
B
D
E
G
Given: CDAE
F
H
and CD|GH ; Prove: GHAF .
Statement Reas
Flashcards: Circumference and Area of a Circle
Directions: Answer the following questions.
1. Find the circumference and area of a circle with radius 6 in.
2. How much fence would you need to enclose a circular garden with diameter 9 yards? How much grass
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
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
Writing Assignment: Distance and Midpoint Formulas
Each problem is worth 5 points
Total Points: 50
Distance Formula
1. Find the distance between the points (-4, 6) and (8, -12).Round your solution to 2 decimal points.
1=
x -4
2=
x 8
1=
y 6
2=
y -
Geometry
Writing Assignment: Writing Equations
Each problem is worth 5 points
Total Points: 50
Part I: Equations from Graphs.
1. Write the equation of the line below in slope intercept form.
2. Write an equation for the line below.
Part II: Point Slope Fo
8.5 x 11
255 x 330
255/8.5 = 30
330/11 = 30
Octagon
Side 1
Side 2
Side 3
Side 4
Side 5
Side 6
Side 7
Side 8
Perimeter
Model
4 units
4.24 units
4 units
4.24 units
4 units
4.24 units
4 units
4.24 units
4(4) + 4(4.24) = 32.96 units
Rhombus
Side 1
Side 2
Side
Sunlight
The natural resource I have chosen is sunlight. Sunlight is a natural resource
because it occurs through nature alone. We just use it for our benefit. Sunlight is
found in our atmosphere, its all around us. Since the sun is not taking any damage
The Experience of Shame
In this book Esperanza experiences a lot of shameful moments. Some hurting her so
much that she wants to be dead. Shame is a very strong emotion in this book and thats why I
decided to pick this as my issue to discuss. I have been
Lab Report
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Mitosis Lab
Mltoell In Onion Raet'Tlps
Make a sketch of a representative cell in each of the four stages of mitosis in the space. provided
below.
Can you distinguish any cells? 536? cfw_1 ' SUCLE 4x lens)
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Geometry
Informal and Two-Column Proofs
Two Column Proofs Assignment
Total Points = 40
This proof is worth 10 points. Each blank is worth 2 points.
Fill in the blanks in the proof below:
A
C
B
D
E
G
F
H
Given: CDAE and CD|GH ; Prove: GH AF .
Statement
Rea