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2.
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Geo Homework Solutions Chapter 5 Review p. 300 1-25 odds, 2-24 evens
360o divided by the number of sides
Interior angles: Set the formula
180o ! n! 2 "
equal to the interior angle and
n
solve
Geometry Second Semester Exam Review
Chapter 8 - Area
Find the indicated values in the following figures:
P = 40 ft Aw a
A = i
[3 (Jr .agi Ami
s = 107.5 cm 5 = 24 cm \
A = 19,8875 cm2 a = 2
Geometry Second Semester Exam Review
Chapter 8 Area
Find the indicated values in the following figures:
Find the shaded areas of the figures below:
Find the surface areas
of these solids:
What is the
Geometry Chapter 1 Section 7
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Example A
Volumes 1 and 2 of a two-volume set of math books sit next to each other on a shelf. They sit in their proper order:
Volume 1 on the left and Volume 2 on
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This belongs in the investigations and notes section of your notebook!
1) Name all of the angles in the following diagram. (You only need to give one name for
each angle.
2)
3)
Spherical Volume and Surface Area Investigation
Recall our conjecture from yesterday.
Conjecture: The volume of a sphere is given by the formula:, where V is the volume
and r is the radius.
Then find
Using your Algebra to Finish Geometry Problems
You are working on this worksheet because your algebra skills seem to be
getting in the way of you finishing geometry problems that you otherwise
underst
Area Ratios
1. Draw a rectangle on graph paper. Calculate its area.
2. Draw a rectangle similar to the first by multiplying its sides by a scale
factor. Calculate its area.
3. What is the ratio of sid
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3.1-3.5 Review
This worksheet has only three problems, but each is intended to be challenging. If
you are having trouble with a question, spend some time thinking about it and ask
your neighbo
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GEOMETRY
Definitions & Conjectures
Chapter 6 Conjectures
Date:_ Period:_
Draw a picture to illustrate each conjecture
C-54 Chord Central Angle Conjecture
If two chords in a circle are congruen
CHAPTER 6 REVIEW
GEOMETRY
HOMEWORK
NAME _
Date: _ Period: _
10.
The diameter is 9 cm.
Arc length of CD = _
11.
Arc length of GH = 8 cm
r = _
G
C
D
72
r
40
12.
H
13.
r = 12 cm
The arc length of AK is _
Chapter 3.4 Investigation
1. On patty paper, draw a large-scale acute angle, and label it PQR.
2. Make a fold in your patty paper to construct an angle bisector. (Hint: you should be
looking through y
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Modeling
Introduction to
Match each scenario to the graph that could represent it. For these scenarios, when a
person is said to be on top of a brick wall, assume the balls motion starts at the
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1.5 practice
Negative exponents and zero power:
Fill in the blanks below, keeping the pattern consistent:
(The goal here is to help you to have a sense of how negative exponents
Here is the worksheet with some answers completed. Please do not take the answers
as gospel. I went through very quickly, so there may be some mistakes.
Set Notations, Sets of Numbers, Ordering Number
Words
Product Property of Square
Roots:
The square root of a product is
equal to the product of the square
roots of the factors.
Quotient Property of Square
Roots:
The square root of a quotient is
equ
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Algebra 2: Test 11 Review: Probability
Identify which of the following situations is a permutation, and which is a combination.
_P_ 1. Out of a bag of 15 toys 4 are chosen to give to ea
Algebra 2
Chapter 11 Review
Name: _
All probability answers should be in simplified fraction form, unless otherwise indicated.
1)
How many different license plates can be made using 2 letters followed
12.4 Geometric Sequence and Series Notes
A geometric sequence is a sequence that we have previously referred to as a
sequence with an exponential pattern.
That is, a geometric sequence is a sequence w
Name:_ Summation Review
8
1.
5n 7
n=5
4
=487472
2.
( k
k =1
2
)
1
=26
Evaluate using summation formulas.
(Do NOT add up all the individual terms. You will only receive credit if I can tell that
you h
Algebra 2:
2.1-2.5 Quiz review
Solving Equations and Inequalities:
Simplify one or both sides of the equation/inequality separately.
Multiply / divide / add / subtract to BOTH sides as needed to solve