11.2 Arithmetic Sequences
Arithmetic Sequence: A sequence in which every term after the first is found by adding
a fixed number to the previous term. (aka arithmetic progression).
Common Difference: the fixed number that is added in an arithmetic sequence
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Geometry Review 2013
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1. List the sides in order from shortest to longest. The diagram is not to scale.
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LJ, JK, LK
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JK, LJ, LK
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LJ, LK, JK
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JK, LK, LJ
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2. Two sides of a triangle have lengths 7 and 1 6. Which ineq
Ms. Fisher: Geometry
Grading Policy and Classroom Expectations
Course Description: Students will develop reasoning and problem solving skills while studying topics such as
congruence, similarity, apply properties of lines, area, perimeter, circumference,
Terminology for Polynomials
Algebraic expression: the result of adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing (except by
0), or finding roods, or powers of any combination of variables and constants
Term: Product of a real number and one or more variables ra