Chord and Tangents Notes S1
March 07, 2013
Chord Property 1:
If two chords on the same circles are congruent, then the arcs and central angles defined by
them will be _.
Proof:
Given:
Prove:
Chord and
Seg and Angles in Circles Notes S1
Secant-
Draw a secant on the circle at right.
March 11, 2013
Seg and Angles in Circles Notes S1
March 11, 2013
Investigation 1:
Given: Chord AB and chord CD,
with in
Special Rights Notes S1
January 08, 2013
Isosceles Right Triangle
Side Length of
Legs
1
2
3
4
n
Length of Hyp
Special Rights Notes S1
January 08, 2013
45 45 90
Case 1: Given a Leg
Case 2: Given hypote
August 30, 2012
Translate down 5 units
August 30, 2012
b.)
c.) Describe any patterns
d.) what if we had the point M(25,-11). What would M' be?
Ma p p i n g R u l e :
August 30, 2012
August 30, 2012
b.
August 30, 2012
A mapping rule is a description of what must be done to a set of coordinates (called "pre image'
points) in order to end with a transformed image.
When the transformation is a translat
September 04, 2012
1.) Reflect over the line y=1
This is a _ line.
Graph the reflection line
Pre-Image
Image
A(-1,4)
A'(-1,-2)
B(-1,3)
B'(-1, -1)
C(2,2)
C'(2,0)
D(4,4)
D'(4,-2)
Ma p p i n g R u l e :
Distance and Mdpt Formulas S1
September 13, 2012
D
F
C
E
A
B
Distance and Mdpt Formulas S1
September 13, 2012
Distance Formula
Distance and Mdpt Formulas S1
September 13, 2012
D
F
C
E
A
B
Distance and
Transversals Vocab Notes
September 27, 2012
Transversal:
Alternate Exterior Angles
Same Side Interior Angles
The following choices:
Alternate Interior Angles
Same Side Exterior Angles
Corresponding An
Intro to Venns S1
October 15, 2012
What colors are you wearing?
Red
Blue
6.) What is the probability of choosing a student in the class wearing red? black? both?
1.) How many people are in the class?
Three Ring Venns Notes S1
Three-Ring-Circus
Example:
a.) how many students are in the class?
b.) In Mr. Patel's class, how many seniors don't play football or take
chemistry?
c.) How many chemistry st
Welcome to Proofs Notes S1
November 15, 2012
Welcome to Proofs
What is a proof?
Types of Proofs that we will study:
Welcome to Proofs Notes S1
November 15, 2012
Proof Process
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step
Expected Values and Experimental Ave S1
April 29, 2013
Expected Values and Experimental Ave S1
April 29, 2013
Expected Values and Experimental Ave S1
April 29, 2013
probability and possible outcomes S2
What is probability?
May 01, 2013
probability and possible outcomes S2
May 01, 2013
Finding Total Possible Outcomes
Problem: Maurice packs suits, shirts, and ties
Binomail Expansion and Pascals Triangle S1
May 13, 2013
Binomail Expansion and Pascals Triangle S1
May 13, 2013
Binomail Expansion and Pascals Triangle S1
May 13, 2013
Binomail Expansion and Pascals T
Using Combinations to Find Probabilities Notes S1
May 15, 2013
Using Combinations to Find Probabilities Notes S1
May 15, 2013
Using Combinations to Find Probabilities Notes S1
May 15, 2013
Similar Solids and Nets of Prisms S2
Two solids are similar the smaller solid has a
surface area of 64 sq meters and the other
has a surface area of 200 sq meters. If the
smaller solid has a height of
Equations of Circles and Ellipses Notes S1
Circles are defined by distance.
Circle = the set of all points _.
The following circle has a radius of 5.
What points lie on the circle?
How can we find mor