Applied Math
Final Examination REVIEW
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U se the graph below to answer questions #1-6
1. What is the ordered pair that corresponds to point J?
a) (-2,0)
b) (2,0)
c) (0,-2)
d) (0,2)
e) (-
2,2)
2. What is the ordered pair that corresponds to point E?
a
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Applied Math Final Exam Review
#1) Fill in the table and graph the line
X
y
(x, y)
-2
-0.5
0
4
#2) For each, identify the slope and the y-intercept and graph the function.
3a.
3b.
Slope: _
Slope: _
Y-intercept: _
Y-intercept: _
#3 Find the Area and
Geometry 300
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1.1 and 1.2 Coordinate Plane, Points, Lines & Planes
Unit 1 Day 1
Objective: - Identify points, lines, and planes, collinear points, coplanar points, and intersecting
lines and planes.
- Identify the intersections of points, lines and
Geometry 300
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1.1 and 1.2 Coordinate Plane, Points, Lines & Planes
Objective: - Graph ordered pairs on a coordinate plane
- Determine if points are collinear
Unit 1 Day 2
Warm up:
True or False?
1.
coplanar.
Collinear points are also
2. Coplanar poi
Geometry 300
1.5 Midpoints
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Unit 1 Day 4
Objective: By the end of this lesson you will be able to
find the midpoint of a segment
identify and use congruent segments
A midpoint divides a segment into two segments that have the same length.
Warm up
F
Geometry 300
1.4 Linear Measurements
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Unit 1 Day 3
Objective: By the end of this lesson you will be able to
Find the distance between points on a number line
Find the distance between points in a coordinate plane
Warm up:
Draw a line segment with
Geometry 300
Unit 1 Quiz Review
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Unit 1 Multiple Choice Practice
1. The endpoints of
A)
B)
C)
D)
2.
3.
are
and
If a line segment has endpoints
midpoint of ?
A)
B)
C)
D)
. W hat are the coordinates of the midpoint of
and
?
, what are the coordinates
Geometry 300
1-6 and 1-7 Day 2 Notes
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Unit 1 Day 6
True or False.
1. All right angles are congruent.
2. All acute angles are congruent.
3. All obtuse angles are congruent.
4. All straight angles are congruent.
Short Answer.
5. An angle has how many d
Geometry 300
1-6 and 1.7Rays and Classifying Angles
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Unit 1 Day 5
In the previous sections, you learned about points, lines, segments, and planes. Now, we
are going to talk about rays and angles.
Here are a few definitions you will need to know
Ray-
Geometry 300
Systems of Equations & Quadratics Notes
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Unit 1 Day 8
Example #1 Find x, y .
( 3 y + 6 ) ( 2 x + 32 ) o
( x + 2y)
o
o
For the following problem
Find all possible values of x. You may use factoring or the Quadratic Formula.
Test each va
Geometry
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Systems &Quadratics Practice Problems
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1. Solve for x, y and mEBC , given the following information:
AC BD
mABD = 2 x 22 y + 36
mDBE = 10 x + 5 y + 20
mEBC = 3x 3 y 2
2. Solve for x, y and mAED , given the following information:
mAEC =
Geometry
Chapter 1 Applications Word Problems
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1. The admission fee at the Strawberry Festival is $1.50 for children and $4 for adults. On
Saturday, 2200 people enter the festival and $5050 is collected. How many children and
how many adults at
Geometry 300
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Chapter 1 Test Review
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1. Points A(-3, -9) and B (12, -4) lie on the line . Determine whether the point C (6, 14) is collinear with A
and B.
2. Given point A(-20, 13) and point B(-24, 60), do the following:
a) find the length of t
Geometry 300
Final Exam Topics
In addition to going through the final review packets, review all tests and quizzes.
Exam format:
40 multiple choice questions (2 points each)
Choose 4 out of 7 Free Response Questions (10 points each)
Perimeter and Area
o E
Geometry
Final Exam Review
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Examine the Final Review topics and be sure to study those types of problems. Below are selected
problems from your 2nd semester quizzes and tests. Look at your original quizzes and tests to determine the
problems on whic
Geometry
Transformations Reflections & Line Symmetry
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Line Symmetry (symmetry) occurs when two halves of a figure mirrors each other across a line.
This line is called the _.
Lets find the line of symmetry for the following examples:
A
B
X
MOM
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Symmetry Day 3
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Point Symmetry
Point symmetry is when a figure looks the same _.
Point Symmetry is when every part has a matching part:
the same _ from the central point, but in the _ direction.
Some playing cards have point symmetry!
Geometry
Day 3 Transformations- Rotations
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Rotations
A transformation that turns a figure about a fixed point called the center of rotation .
The original object and its translation have the same size and shape and they face the same direction.
Prope
Geometry
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Transformations Test Review
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Transformations Reference Sheet
Reflection
Reflection in the x-axis
Symbol
Reflection in the y-axis
ry axis
Reflection in the line y = x
Rotation
Rotation of 90
o
rx axis
ry = x
Symbol
R90o
Rotation of 180o
Factoring Review
Geometry 300
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Date:
Q1: Is there a GCF?
Q2: Is it a binomial or trinomial?
Q3: If its a binomial, can I factor using Difference of Two Squares?
Q4: If its a trinomial, is a = 1 or is a > 1?
-Factor the following polynomials. If the p
Geometry 300
Midterm Review
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1. In the figure shown, HG IJ , IH = 5, FJ = 24, and JG = 4. Find FI .
H
I
F
J
G
2. In ACE , BD AE , AE = 56, DE = 12, CD = x, and BD = 14. Find CE.
C
B
D
A
3. The supplement of an angle is ten more than double the
Geometry
Section 10.2 Angles of Polygons
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Chapter 10 Day 1
Objective: By the end of this lesson you will be able to find the sum of the measures of
the interior and exterior angles of a convex polygon.
Def: A polygon is formed by a finite number of c
Geometry 300
10-4 Area of Parallelograms
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Chapter 10 Day 2
Objective: By the end of this lesson you will be able to find areas of parallelograms.
The AREA of a figure is
The Area of Rectangle can be found using the formula
where,
Example 1: Find the
Geometry
10.5 Areas of Triangles, Rhombi, and Trapezoids
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Objective: By the end of this lesson you will be able to find the area of triangles, rhombi,
and trapezoids.
Area of Triangle:
Example. Find the area of the exact area of the right trian
Geometry
10.6 Area of a Regular Polygon
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Objective: By the end of this lesson you will be able to find the area a regular polygon
Central angle of a polygon:
n=_
angle = _
n=_
angle = _
n=_
angle = _
n=_
angle = _
What conclusion can we make re
Geometry
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10.7 Area and Circumference of a Circle
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Objective: By the end of this lesson you will be able to apply what you know about the
circumference and area of a circle to solve specific problems.
Def. The circumference of a circle is the di
Geometry 300
Area Word Problems
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Geometric Probability
Use the button on your calculator when necessary. Show all work.
1.
The figure shows a circle divided into sectors of different colors.
If a point is selected at random in the circle, calcu
Geometry
Chapter 10 Review
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Formulas
Area of a Rectangle:
Area of a Square:
Area of a Parallelogram:
Area of a Triangle:
Area of a Trapezoid:
Area of a Rhombus:
Area of a Regular Polygon:
Area of a Circle:
Circumference of a Circle:
Polygon F
Geometry
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Unit 9 Day 1: 9.1/9.2 Parts of Circles
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Objective: To identify parts of circles and also find the measure of arcs and central angles.
A circle is named by its center point. A circle with center, C is called circle C, or
Lines and seg
Geometry 300
9.3 Arcs and Chords
Chapter 9 Day 2
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When a minor arc and a chord have the same endpoints, the arc is called _.
Arcs and Chords
In Circle C, the diameter is perpendicular to chord
Geometry 300
9.3 Arcs and Chords
Chapter 9 Day 2
Ex