30 Special Right Triangles
1
Below Basic
2
Basic
3
Proficient
4
Advanced
know how to find missing sides of special right triangles
apply missing sides of special right triangles
Find the missing sides of the
triangle.
Find the missing sides of the
triangl
31 Volume
1
Below Basic
2
Basic
3
Proficient
4
Advanced
know and be able to use the formulas for volume of a prism, pyramid, cylinder and cone
be able to apply the formulas to solve volume problems
4
8
6
25
3
10
Find the surface area and
volume of the fig
29 Triangle Congruence and Proof
1
Below Basic
2
Basic
3
Proficient
4
Advanced
be able to prove triangles congruent using known congruency postulates
State if the triangles below
are congruent, say which
postulate you used and
write the congruence
stateme
35 Vertex/Standard/Factored Forms
1
Below Basic
2
Basic
3
Proficient
4
Advanced
know how to convert between the three forms
Vertex Form
Standard Form
Factored Form
(if possible)
y = (x + 4)2 4
y = x2 6x 16
y = 2(x + 2)(x 6)
Converting to Standard (from Ve
Steps for simplifying rational expressions:
1) Fully factor all expressions
2) Simplify/Cancel out common factors in numerator and denominator
3) Re-write whats left
See the examples below. Steps in yellow. Final answers in blue.
37 Rational Expressions
1
27 Using similarity
1
Below Basic
2
Basic
3
Proficient
4
Advanced
be able to find a missing measurement given a similar figure
be able to set up and calculate an indirect measurement using similar triangles
Given ABE ~ ACD, find x.
Given GKS ~ YRE, find
t
28 Trigonometry
1
Below Basic
2
Basic
3
Proficient
4
Advanced
be able to use trigonometry to find missing angles and sides in right triangles
be able to combine trigonometry with other tools to find missing angles and sides in right triangles
E
x
65
10
B
26 Proving similarity
1
Below Basic
2
Basic
3
Proficient
4
Advanced
know what it means for figures to be similar
know and use the triangle similarity postulates
be able to determine if polygons are similar
Can you prove these figures
similar? Why or why n
Part I: Estimate how much money it cost Summit to operate the three math
classrooms this school year.
- Technology (including Internet)
- The teachers
- Furniture
- Classroom materials
- Upkeep on the technology and the room
- Paper and ink
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:) :) :) :)
Part 1: Solving Linear Equations
Advanced:
(x - 12) = x + 8
(x-12)= x+8
given
x-8= x+8
distribute and you get x-8
x-x=8+8
I combined like terms since you couldnt
possibly add or subtract x and 8. x-x or x+x
would work
x=8+8
I subtracted the like terms(x)