Ashley Jensen
09.05 Honors Activity
1. Maurice needed the sides A, C and angle B to solve the missing side which using the law
of cosines would be correct. If there were angles A, B and their opposite sides
measurements were known Johanna would be right u
CHAPTER
12
CHAPTER
TABLE OF CONTENTS
12-1 Ratio and Proportion
12-2 Proportions Involving Line
Segments
12-3 Similar Polygons
12-4 Proving Triangles Similar
12-5 Dilations
12-6 Proportional Relations
Among Segments Related
to Triangles
12-7 Concurrence of
CHAPTER
QUADRILATERALS
Euclids fifth postulate was often considered to be
a flaw in his development of geometry. Girolamo
Saccheri (16671733) was convinced that by the application of rigorous logical reasoning, this postulate
could be proved. He proceeded
CHAPTER
PROVING
STATEMENTS IN
GEOMETRY
After proposing 23 definitions, Euclid listed five
postulates and five common notions. These definitions, postulates, and common notions provided the
foundation for the propositions or theorems for which
Euclid prese
CHAPTER
9
CHAPTER
TABLE OF CONTENTS
9-1 Proving Lines Parallel
9-2 Properties of Parallel Lines
9-3 Parallel Lines in the
Coordinate Plane
9-4 The Sum of the Measures of
the Angles of a Triangle
9-5 Proving Triangles Congruent
by Angle, Angle, Side
9-6 Th
CHAPTER
5
CHAPTER
TABLE OF CONTENTS
5-1 Line Segments Associated
with Triangles
5-2 Using Congruent Triangles to
Prove Line Segments
Congruent and Angles
Congruent
5-3 Isosceles and Equilateral
Triangles
5-4 Using Two Pairs of
Congruent Triangles
5-5 Prov
CHAPTER
THE
GEOMETRY
OF THREE
DIMENSIONS
Bonaventura Cavalieri (15981647) was a follower
of Galileo and a mathematician best known for his
work on areas and volumes. In this aspect, he proved
to be a forerunner of the development of integral calculus. His
CHAPTER
ESSENTIALS
OF GEOMETRY
For thousands of years, civilized people have used
mathematics to investigate sizes, shapes, and the relationships among physical objects. Ancient Egyptians
used geometry to solve many practical problems
involving boundaries
CHAPTER
GEOMETRY
OF THE
CIRCLE
Early geometers in many parts of the world knew
that, for all circles, the ratio of the circumference of a
circle to its diameter was a constant. Today, we write
C
d
5 p, but early geometers did not use the symbol p
to repre
MG21 Review for Test 3
1. Find the midpoint of the segment
connecting the points
(6,4) and (4,-4).
2.
y
3
x
2. On the axes above, graph the lines
a) X=4
b) Y=-3
5.
6. Find the slope of a line perpendicular to the
line passing through (2,-3) and (4,6)
7.
8
Geometry HW
Aim 1: Organization. What are some basic geometry terms?
Hw# 1 Online textbook chapter 1 page 11 # 8,10,14 p13/3,5,7
Aim 2: What are some basic geometry terms involving lines and angles?
Hw# 2- Create a glossary or index cards of all geometry
THINK AND DISCUSS
1. The slope of a line is the difference of the
?
divided by the
difference of the
?
for any two points on the line.
2. Two points lie on a line. When you substitute their coordinates into the
slope formula, the value of the denominator
1How does inertia affect a person who is not wearing a seatbelt during a collision? The result of
inertia due to not wearing a seatbelt will result in the passenger becoming some sort of a missile
.The weight of the passenger plus the speed of travel prio
The Monologue of Amanda
I am Amanda, the mother of Tom and Laura. I am also a woman who has
no husband. My husband lest us years ago. I had to raise our children by
myself. It is unfair. There are so many pressures and burdens that drive me
crazy. It is u
Stuyvesant High School
Department of Biology & Geo-Science
LABORATORY EXERCISE #3
HOW ARE THE INTERNAL ORGANS OF A FROG ORGANIZED?
INTRODUCTION
In this second laboratory exercise on the frog you will dissect and examine the digestive, respiratory,
circula
LABORATORY EXERCISE #7
DNA EXTRACTION AND AGAROSE GEL ELECTROPHORESIS
INTRODUCTION
DNA, Deoxyribonucleic acid, is a molecule composed of deoxyribose nucleotides, which contains the genetic information
of all living cells and controls cellular metabolism.
LABORATORY EXERCISE #6
HOW DO ALLELES FOR DIFFERENT GENES AFFECT THEIR EXPRESSION?
INTRODUCTION
An organisms genotype or set of genes it carries determines, to many degrees, its actual phenotype or observable
characteristics. Many traits, such as attached
Stuyvesant High School
Department of Biology & Geo-Science
LABORATORY EXERCISE #2
EXTERNAL FEATURES AND LEG MUSCULOSKELETON OF THE FROG
INTRODUCTION
We share a common ancestor with the frog. Both of us are members of the Subphylum Vertebrata, animals with
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Stuyvesant High School
Department of Biology & Geo-Science
LABORATORY EXERCISE #1
HOW ARE THE STRUCTURES OF THE GRASSHOPPER
ADAPTED FOR THEIR FUNCTIONS?
INTRODUCTION
Grasshoppers belong to PHYLUM ARTHROPODA. The arthropods are easily identified by their h
Stuyvesant High School
Department of Biology and Geo-Science
LABORATORY EXERCISE # 4
HOW ARE ALGAE AND FUNGI ADAPTED FOR NUTRITION
AND REPRODUCTION?
INTRODUCTION
For years, Taxonomists have argued about the number of Kingdoms into which living things are