1. Give one example of professional behavior in a salon and how a
cosmetologist could demonstrate it.
A professional behavior in the salon is honesty. A cosmetologist would demonstrate this by
refusing a certain service to the client because a cosmetolog
COPYING A SEGMENT
Remember that when you are constructing a copy of a segment, you are really just creating a
radius of a circle. The segment can be drawn from any part of the circumference of the circle to
the center of the circle, which is the point on
7.01 Solving Right Triangles
Pieces of a
Right Triangle
pg 2
Side DF is
the_ because
it is across from the right
angle. Side EF is
the _ leg
because it is directly
opposite from D.
Side DE is
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Assessment 01.07 module one activity
Antonella Mini
Argument A
There is a need for students to understand and be able to construct geometric figures using a compass
and straightedge. I personally think and thats why I chose this argument because the stude
Module 2 Notes
Transformation - A transformation describes the change in a figure.
Translation - A translation is a type of transformation that simply moves a figure from one location to
another.
Reflection - A reflection is a type of transformation that
01.07 Module One Activity
There is a need for students to understand and be able to construct geometric figures using a compass
and straightedge.
A compass is used for drawing circles and arcs, and for measuring distances. A straightedge is a tool used
fo
Module Three Notes
Proof - is a series of steps or statements, with justifications, that verifies a theorem or relationship
between two objects exists.
Two-Column proof - set up like a table with statements on the left and justifications, or reasons as to
01.09 Assignment/Module One
Notes
There is a need for students to understand
and be able to construct geometric figures using a compass and straightedge.
A compass is used for drawing circles and arcs, and for measuring distances. A straightedge is a tool
Taylor Baker
9th Grade Honors English
Section 9-1-2
M, W, F 7:50 AM
This interview took place on Tuesday, January 12, 2016 at 3:35 PM with Mr. Manny Sanchez, outside of
the rundown Sunbelt Food Store at FLA. Ive known Manny for 6 months, as he is a facili
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Taylor E. G. Baker
Professor Heather Hopkins
Honors World Literature 10-1
21 November 2016
Gregor as Christ in Kafka's Metamorphosis
In his "The Metamorphosis, Kafka utilizes an allegorical technique that can be
interpreted as a comparison between
Kids on Drugs
Introduction:
Thesis: Doctors are too readily prescribing ADHD medications to young children without a
sound diagnosis.
Body Paragraphs:
. ADHD medications have bad side effects.
A. Can decrease appetite.
1. 60% of children on ADHD
medicatio
Prove that the sum of the measures of the interior angles of a triangle is 180. Be sure to create and name
the appropriate geometric figures.
Prove: The measures of the interior angles of triangle ABC equal 180 degrees.
1. We know that Line Segment DE is
Depression Essay
By: Taylor Baker
Many people have different forms of depression. Depression can feel like a hot blanket of the
world crashing around you to a pelting rain. You can see these types of depressions by the way some of
your friends act. How de
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Taylor Baker
Professor Heather Hopkins
Honors English 9-2-1
16 May 2016
Kids on Drugs
There is no question that ADHD is a real disease that can have serious consequences. It is
also true that medications can be of great benefit for certain patient
Baker 1
Taylor E. Baker
Professor Heather Hopkins
English 9-1-2
24 April 2016
There is a difference between bullying and teasing. Oxford Dictionary defines teasing as:
to make fun of or attempt to provoke (a person or animal) in a playful way. Oxford also
Taylor Baker
FLVS Geometry
Module 1.07 Activity
Sunday, June 4th, 2017
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compass and straightedge.
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5.04 Honors Activity
For this assignment, I chose to make a
dilation of my refrigerator. Because, this
object is made up of multiple geometric
figures. My home refrigerator, has
multiple rectangles, squares, cylinders,
and is broken up into dimensions. Th
Segment Two Honors
Extension
Question One - Part One For Maurice to use the Law of Cosines to find
a missing side length of a triangle, there must
be either two sides and an angle present, or
all three sides are given to find a specific
angle. For example
Reflection for 9.04
Investigating Circles at Theme Parks
Complete the following questions and upload to assessment 9.04.
This form must be typed. No hand-written submissions.
1.
What date did you attend the session?
On March the sixth, at eight oclock in
As I Read Graphic Organizer
In the first column below, type any questions or thoughts you have as you read. In the second
column, record an example or detail from the story that brought about your question or
thought. In the third column, note any answers
Asignacin 1.02
Asignacin 1.02 consists of three parts: you will watch a video as you complete a video
response chart, you will write an informational paragraph, in English, and you will
answer the academic integrity questions.
View the grading rubric at t
Asignacin 2.02
Asignacin 2.02 consists of two parts: you will watch a video as you complete a video
response chart, and you will write a paragraph, in English.
View the grading rubric at the end of this document before beginning your work. This is
your gu
1.04 Exploraciones- En la cabina
Prctica
A. Identify the photo in Spanish. Be sure to use the definite article (el, la, los, las)
with the noun.
1.
La maleta
_
2.
El sombrero
3.
Los zapatos
4.
La silla
5. &
6.
El comedor y las sillas
7.
La camisa
B. Rewri
Compass and Straightedge vs. Drawing Program
(For) Argument A: There is a need for students to understand and be able to construct geometric figures
using a compass and straightedge
(Against) Argument B: There is no need for students to use a compass and
As I Read Graphic Organizer
In the first column below, type any questions or thoughts you have as you read. In the second
column, record an example or detail from the story that brought about your question or
thought. In the third column, note any answers
1. Ferris wheel: The London Eye
2. Diameter of the wheel: 120m
3. Number of cars: 32
4. Circumference: 2r = 2(60) =
376.99 377m
5. Area of the wheel: r^2 =
(60)^2 = 11,309.73
11,310m^2
The London eye
6. Measure of a central angle in
degrees: 360 / 32 = 1
Step one calculations
Main Show Tank Calculation:
1.) The main tank has a radius of 70 feet. What is the volume of
the quarter-sphered sized tank? Round your answer to the
nearest whole number. You must explain your answer using
words, and you must show a
09.05 Honors extension activity
Avianna Hayes
1.) If you want to use the Law of Cosines, two sides plus an angle must be given in order to find the
third side of the triangle. But, if you want to use the law of sines, you must be given two side and
an opp