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
7-2
in Polygons
Similar Polygons
7.2Ratios
Similar
Assignment 1: 7.2 WB Pg. 86 #1 6 all
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Geometry
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Geometry
7-2
in Polygons
Similar Polygons
7.2Ratios
Similar
Figures that are similar (~) have the same shape
but not necessarily the same size.
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GRAPHING Unit #1
This packet corresponds with Chapter 5 and 6 of your textbook. The list below
tells you what section will be covered each day and the pages that are assigned
as the homework. (Please do not do the whole packet all at once.
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Prep Total
45 MIN 45 MIN
Ingredients
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2 1/4
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cup granulated sugar
cup packed brown sugar
cup butter or margarine,
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cups Gold MedalTM all-
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Geometry
Unit: Similarity
Section: Similar Polygons
Review Worksheet Key
1) Polygon ABCDEF is similar to polygon PQRSTU. Find the values of x, y, and z.
mFmU
8x 4 = 92
8x = 96
x = 12
mA
mP
12y = 132
y = 11
mDmS
139 = 5z + 14
125 = 5z
25 = z
2) Quadrilater
Geometry
Quadrilaterals and Polygons Exam
MC = 2 points
Essay = 3 points
Total = 100 points
Objective 1: Identify regular and irregular polygons
Display 1
1) Which of following is NOT a regular polygon?
@ A regular polygon is equilateral and equiangular.
Answers
STATEMENTS
REASONS
1.
1. Given
2.
7.4 Practice A
1. 90
67 4.
2. 23
5. 12
6. 19
3.
5
7.
22
2, 5
4.
9. rectangle, rhombus, square; The diagonals are
congruent and perpendicular.
1. Given
2.
2. Definition of a
rectangle
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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5. Given
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Course: Geometry
Unit: Quadrilaterals and Polygons
Section: Parallelograms
Assignment: Parallelogram Proofs
Points: 50
1. Given parallelogram WXYZ, complete each statement and state the property or definition that justifies
your answer. [1 point for each
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
Short Answer Rubric
Each problem is worth points.
5 points
1-4 points
0 points
Answer to problem is correct.
Answer to problem is correct but no work
shown.
Problem not answered.
Work is shown.
or
or
Answer to problem is incorrect but work is
shown.
Answe
Geometry
Unit: Triangles
Section: Congruent Triangles
Review Worksheet Key
Name the congruence postulate that could be used to prove the following triangles are congruent.
1. ABC ADC
B
C
A
D
ASA
2. WXZ YXZ
X
W
Y
Z
SSS
3. BGL CEL
E
G
L
C
B
SAS
4. XYX ZWY
X
Geometry
Topic
Introduction to
Geometry
Introduction to
Proof
Parallel Lines
and the
Coordinate
Plane
Triangles
Quadrilaterals
Concept
Basic Elements of
Geometry
Measuring
Segments
Rays and Angles
Parallel and
Perpendicular Lines
Inductive and
Deductive
R
Geometry
Name
Points Possible
1.01 Assignment: Points, Lines, and Planes (Part 1)
35
1.01 Assignment: Points, Lines, and Planes (Part 2)
15
1.01 Writing Assignment: Construct a Segment
Bisector
50
1.01 Basic Elements of Geometry Quiz
20
1.02 Measuring Seg
Geometry Score Guides
Unit 1: Introduction to Geometry
1.01 Assignment: Points, Lines, and Planes (Part 2)
Scoring Guide 15 Points Possible
Points
Points
Received
Possible
5
Student draws 2 planes which do not intersect
Student draws:
2
2 lines
2
on the s
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MPM1D-B Lesson 2
Lesson 2 Assessment for Learning
Lesson 2 Assessment for Learning
Task 1
1. Evaluate each of the following. Express all fractions in their lowest terms.
a. 5 (3)3 + 4(6)
5-(
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Lesson 2: Assessment for Learning
Task 1: Knowledge/Understanding Questions
1. Determine the missing term in th
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Task 1: Knowledge and Understanding (20 marks)
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1. Consider this collection of happy faces and sad faces.
a) Describe the ratio of hap
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Task 1: Knowledge and Understanding (20 marks)
1. Determine the slope for each of the following. (9 marks
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Lesson 7: Practice Questions
1. To warm you up, lets start with a true or false quiz. Circle T or F for each of the following
statements.
a) It is easier
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1. Early in this lesson, you repeatedly folded a piece of paper in half. What if you fo
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MPM1D-B Lesson 20
Lesson 20 Assessment of Learning
Lesson 20 Assessment of Learning
Show all of your work for each question.
Task 1: Knowledge and Understanding (20 marks) 1. Determine the length of s
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Geometry
Writing Assignment: Angles
Each problem is worth 5 points
Total Points: 50
Use the image below and answer questions 1-5. Show all your work.
B
C
A
28
47
65
E
1. m AEB
+ m CED
m AEB =28
m CED=65
28 + 65 = 93
2. 2mAEC
mAEC= mAEB +mBEC
mAEB=28
mB
Lesson 32 Quiz Circumference and Area of Circles
1. Use the illustration below to calculate the circumference of the circle. The radius is in inches.
A.25.13 in.
B.12.56 in.
C.6.29 in.
D.50.27 in.
2. The Nygen family wants to put a circular fence around t
Unit 10
Transformations Exam
Total Points = 20
MC = 2 points
E = 3 points
Objective 1: Student will be able to apply translations to geometric figures
Display 1
1) A translation can be defined as moving a figure to a new location with no change to the siz
Geometry
Interior Angles Quiz
Total Points = 20
MC = 2
E=3
Choose the correct answer for each problem.
1. The sum of the interior angles of a convex n-sided polygon can be found using the formula:
@ Sum of the angles in a n-sided polygon is 180(n 2)
a. 36
Q2W2L22 Quiz: Translations and Reflections
1.
What is a translation?
A.A translation is a type of transformation that can be defined as an image rotated across a line or a point.
B.
A translation is a type of transformation that moves a figure to a new lo