# Geometry

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Credits: 1

Prerequisite: Algebra 1

Recommended: 9th, 10th

Test Prep: SAT, PSAT

Course Description: This high school geometry course moves students from the basic principles of geometry through more advanced topics such as fractals. Students learn through textbooks, videos, practice, investigations, and online interactives. SAT prep is included with daily algebra and geometry SAT questions. Students will also use an online graphing calculator and complete exams, including a midterm and a final. Topics covered in this course include points, lines, planes, angles, proving theorems with deductive and inductive reasoning, parallel and perpendicular lines and planes, angle relationships, the equations of lines and slopes, types of triangles, properties of segments and angles, properties of congruent triangles, polygons, quadrilaterals, parallelograms, rhombi, rectangles, squares, kites, trapezoids, ratios and proportions, similarity, dilations, Pythagorean Theorem and its converse, the Law of Sines, the Law of Cosines, properties of circles and their tangent lines, arcs, inscribed angles and chords; equations and graphs of circles, perimeter and area of triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, and circles; surface area and volume of prisms, cylinders, pyramids, cones, and spheres; symmetry, and transformations.

Materials: protractor, ruler, drawing compass, drawing paper, graph paper

Resources: CK12 Geometry Flexbook, Yay Math

Notes:

When you score your answers to the review questions, always count up and record how many you got right. Don’t subtract the number wrong off the total given. Every problem is worth one point unless otherwise stated. You may grant partial credit for a multi-part problem.

Lesson 1(*) (Note that an asterisk * indicates that there is a worksheet on this lesson)

Welcome to your first day of school! I wanted to give you one important reminder before you begin. Many of your lessons below have an internet link for you to click on. When you go to the different internet pages for your lessons, please DO NOT click on anything else on that page except what the directions tell you to. DO NOT click on any advertisements or games. DO NOT click on anything that takes you to a different website. Just stay focused on your lesson and then close that window and you should be right back here for the next lesson. Okay?

1. If you didn’t get here through My EP Assignments, I suggest you go there and create an account.
2. (*) Print out your first quarter grading sheet or use the Excel version.
3. What is geometry? Read the intro on the first page and then click on A and B. On each page, do the interactive activity.
4. Complete part C, folding paper. Follow the directions. Click on “Constructions,” the first expandable section on that page, and go through the directions in C1 and C2. You don’t have to do the other sections, just this first part.
5. Here’s an intro to the first topic, points, lines and planes. Remember that when we say something is 2D or 3D, the D stands for dimensional. A 2D object has two dimensions: height and width. A 3D object has three dimensions: height, width and depth.
6. Read, do the review queue questions, check your answers at the bottom of the page, go through the examples and solutions carefully. Stop when you get to “Beyond the Basics.” 1.1 Geometry – Points, Lines, and Planes. (This site requires you to set up a free account.)
(Review Queue 3B is -3Click and drag the blank space to see the answer.
7. This is the end of your work for this course for your first day. You are allowed to move at your own pace (this is homeschooling), but it’s intended you complete one lesson a day.

Lesson 2

1. Start at “Beyond Basics.” Read and go through the examples and solutions carefully. Stop when you get to “Further Beyond.” 1.1 Geometry – Points, Lines, and Planes If you don’t already have a free CK-12 account, you will need to create one.
2. Scroll down to the review questions and do the first five.

Lesson 3

1. Complete this page on definitions and proof. Click the expandable links at the bottom, read through the sections, work the sample problems: Understanding Definitions (watch the video in this section), Dividing Polygons…, Triangles…, Notes, Solutions.
2. Start at “Further Beyond.” Read and go through the examples and solutions carefully. Whenever it gives you a postulate, or a theorem, write it down. You should make a list of them. 1.1 Points, Lines, and Planes
3. Do the review questions after the first 5.

Lesson 4

2. Scroll down and begin reading with “The Ruler Postulate.” Segments and Distance 1.2 Read through carefully.
3. Do “Review Questions” 5 – 25. Pay attention to what numbers I tell you to do, so you don’t end up doing too many. Sometimes I’ll say do the even or odd-numbered problems. Read the directions carefully each lesson.
5. Record your score out of 20. (Chance for 1 point of extra credit.)

Lesson 5

1. Do the review queue problems. Read through the material and try the examples. Stop when it gives you a link to an animation for constructing with a protractor. Angles and Measurement 1.3
2. Use the link and use the interactive protractor to measure the angle.
3. Scroll down to the end of the lesson in order to check your answers.
4. Record your score as a 5, minus 1 point for each incorrect answer.

Lesson 6

1. Start with Marking Angles and Segments in Diagrams. Angles and Measurement 1.3
2. Read through to the end and do the review questions.
(#26 – the graph has B at the wrong coordinates)
(#34 should be x=12
Click and drag in the blank space to see the correct answer

Lesson 7

1. Read through the next chapter. Do the review queue and work through the examples. 1.4 Midpoints and Bisectors
2. Use the links on the page to see the line bisection and the angle bisection.
4. Record your score as a 5, minus 1 point for each incorrect answer.

Lesson 8

1. Go through this quick review on finding midpoints.
2. Scroll down, down, down and do these review questions: 1-18, evens 20 – 36. If you want to try them, you can get a point of extra credit for any challenge question you get right. 1.4 Midpoints and Bisectors.
4. Record your score out of 27.

Lesson 9

1. Review angle measurement.
2. Do the review queue and read through the lesson, doing the examples. Always write down theorems and postulates. 1.5. Angle Pairs

Lesson 10

1. Scroll down, down, down and do these review questions: 1- 15, 16 – 30 even. There are 23 problems. 1.5. Angle Pairs
3. Record your score out of 22.

Lesson 11

1. Do the review queue and read the lesson. Work through the examples. Stop after you have looked through the classifying shapes chart.

Lesson 12

1. Review polygons.
2. Scroll down, down, down and do the review questions. The last one is optional, for extra credit.
NOTE: The answer for #31 is not correct. It shows a concave heptagon instead of a convex heptagon.
4. Record your score out of 35.

Lesson 13

1. Review the terms.
2. Complete the questions as a test. Do not look up answers.
4. Record your score out of 15.
5. Go back through your review questions for sections 1.1 – 1.6. Try problems you had trouble with. Make sure you understand.

Lesson 14

1. Practice angle pairs.
2. Open this online graphing calculator.
3. Use the equations button to enter an equation that will draw a horizontal segment. Type the equation on the line. Use the greater than/less than spots under the equation to limit the line to a segment.
4. Draw a perpendicular bisector to your segment.
5. Draw a diagonal segment.
6. Draw a bisector to your segment.
7. Here’s my example.

Lesson 15*

1. Watch the video, inductive reasoning. *Print this worksheet to complete as you watch the video.

Lesson 16

1. Review inductive reasoning by going through the examples. You can skip the queue questions today.
2. Do the odd numbered questions in the review questions section.
3. Check your answers, Geometry 2.1.
(#9 – The 35th term would be the 18th odd term.  (-3)*18+12 = -42)

(#15 – The pattern for evens is 14-n and the pattern for odds is n+4.)
4. Record your score out of 15.

Lesson 17

1. 2.2. Conditional Statement
• Read the “Know What” section after the Review Queue, look at the cartoon of the Rube Goldberg machine, and answer the question: Write a series of if-then statements to that would caption this cartoon, from A to M.
• Read through through the lesson and try the examples before you read the solutions.
• Stop at “Biconditional Statements.”
• Do the first 9 review questions.
3. Record your score out of 9.

Lesson 18

1. 2.2. Conditional Statement
• Read through the rest of the chapter and try the examples before you read the solutions.
• Start at “Biconditional Statements.”
• Do the review questions starting at number 10.
3. Record your score out of 20.

Lesson 19*

1. Learn some math logic with Yay Math!
2. 2.3. Deductive Reasoning
• Do the review queue.
• As always, record your score as a 5, minus 1 point for each incorrect answer.
• Start reading through the page.
• Stop at “The Law of Detachment.”
• Scroll down to right above the review questions and take a look at the answer to the two doors dilemma.

Lesson 20

1. 2.3. Deductive Reasoning
• Review by reading through the chapter and examples. Stop at “Truth Tables.”
• Do review questions 1-20 and 29-34.
• Record your score out of 25.

Lesson 21

1. 2.3. Deductive Reasoning
• Review by reading through the rest of the chapter and examples starting at “Truth Tables.”
• Do review questions 21-28. (For #27, it should read “The only difference between 24 and 26 is the placement of the parenthesis. How does the truth table differ?”)
• Record up to 8 points for completion.
2. Do some simple word problems solving segment length.
3. Now solve these correctly using the segment addition postulate.
1. AC is a line segment with point B existing somewhere between points A and C. If the measure of AB is 164, and the measure of BC is 176, then what is the measure of AC?
2. AC is a line segment with point B existing somewhere between points A and C. If the measure of AC is 23, and the measure of AB is 22, then what is the measure of BC?

Lesson 22

1. 2.4. Algebraic and Congruence Properties
• Do the queue questions.
• Check your answers at the end of the Chapter (after the review questions section).
(Review queue 1: First, add 3 to both sides, and then divide both sides by 2. x=6)
• Record your score as a 5, minus 1 point for each incorrect answer.
• Try to figure out the “Know What” section.
• Read through “Properties of Equality” and “Properties of Congruence.” When you see equations and things like this, , you should always read it as a sentence. What does this say? (answer: Segment AB is congruent to segment CD.)
2. Watch this video on the properties.
3. Complete this exercise. You aren’t being graded on this. There are a few you don’t know yet. Try to figure out the answers.

Lesson 23*

1. *Print the worksheet and complete it while you watch the video on proofs.

Lesson 24

1. Start at “Using Properties of Equality with Equations.” It’s right after the charts of equality properties.
2. Go through the proofs carefully. Then do review questions 1-8.
4. You are just going to score this as 8 points. You get the point if you followed the directions.

Lesson 25

1. Review proofs with algebra.
2. Finish the review questions , numbers 9 – 33.
4. Record your score out of 35.

Lesson 26*

1. *Complete the worksheet as you watch the video on angle proofs.
2. Try one or more of these proof exercises. You could click on the first one on complementary angles. Click on one of the statements and it will add it to your proof.
3. Play a little pool. Use angles to make shots. Straight up is 0 and 360 degrees. I’ll link to this tomorrow too.

Lesson 27

1. 2.5. Proofs about Angle Pairs and Segments
• Try the examples before reading the solutions.
• Play a little pool. Use angles to make shots. Straight up is 0 and 360 degrees.

Lesson 28

1. 2.5. Proofs about Angle Pairs and Segments
• Do the review exercises numbers 6 – 35.
(#20 – The final step of the proof should read: Line segment CH is the angle bisector of ACE)
• Record your score out of 30.

Lesson 29

1. Review the terms.
2. Do the questions as a test. Do not look up answers.
3. Chapter 2 Review 1/Test. Number 3 has a little typo. I think you’d still get it, but it should say 6(2a + 1) = 12a + 6
5. Record your score out of 10.
7. Type in two equations (the form should be y = mx + b) so that their graphs intersect. (Click on equations and then on graph.)
8. Label (in your mind) the four angles formed as angles A, B, C and D. Write as many true statements as you can about those four angles. (congruence, supplements…)

Lesson 30

1. 3.1. Lines and Angles
• Do the queue questions.
• Read the lesson and try the constructions.
• You can use the links if you like. one two

Lesson 31

1. 3.1. Lines and Angles
• Do the review questions numbers 1-17 and 26-35.
• Read the lesson and try the constructions. You can use the links if you like. one two
( #30 – slope of AB is -3/5, slope of CD is 5/3 )
• Record your score out of 30. (You can get one extra credit point if you get them all correct.)

Lesson 32*

1. Watch the video on parallel lines.
2. *Take notes on the worksheet as you watch.

Lesson 33

1. 3.2. Properties of Parallel Lines
• Skip the queue questions.
• Remember to keep a list of the theorems and postulates.
• Do the odd-numbered review questions.
(19. y = 22)

(33. x = 20, y = 14 1/3)
• Record your score out of 15. (potential for extra credit)

Lesson 34

1. 3.3. Proving Lines Parallels
• Do the review queue.
• Check your answers. As always score as a 5, minus 1 point for each incorrect answer.
• Do review questions 9 – 22.
• Record your scores out of 19.

Lesson 35

1. 3.4. Properties of Perpendicular Lines
• Do the review queue.
• Check your answers. As always score as a 5, minus 1 point for each incorrect answer.
• Do review questions 1-5.
• Record your scores out of 10.

Lesson 36

1. 3.4. Properties of Perpendicular Lines
• Do review questions 10-32.
• Record your score out of 20. (potential for extra credit)

Lesson 37

1. 3.5. Parallel and Perpendicular Lines in the Coordinate Plane
• Skip the queue.
• Read the lesson. Work through the examples.

Lesson 38

1. 3.5. Parallel and Perpendicular Lines in the Coordinate Plane
• Do the odd-numbered review questions.
• Check your answers, Geometry 3.5.  (In number 33, the point given is clearly (-3, -7).
• Record your score out of 16. (potential for extra credit)

Lesson 39

1. Watch the video and complete the exercise on the distance formula.

Lesson 40

1. 3.6. The Distance Formula
• Do the queue questions.
• As always score as a 5, minus 1 point for each incorrect answer.
• Read through the lesson, working through the examples. Stop at “Perpendicular Bisectors…”
• Do the first two review questions.
• Record a total for today out of 5.

Lesson 41

1. 3.6. The Distance Formula
• Read through the lesson, working through the examples, starting with “Perpendicular Bisectors…”
• Do the even review questions, 8 through 30. You can try number 31 for 2 points extra credit if you like.
(#11 is square root of 17 or 4.12)
(#12 and #14 answers are swapped)

(#18 is: 10)
• Record your score out of 12.

Lesson 42

1. Review parallel lines and transversals.
2. Review the chapter vocabulary. Chapter 3 Review
3. When you are ready, do the question as a test, meaning no looking back at the book or in your notes.
5. Record your score out of 9.
7. Type in two equations (the form should be y = mx + b) so that their graphs are parallel. (Click on equations and then on graph.)
8. Add in two perpendicular lines.

Lesson 43

1. Review your work so far. Do each set until you get two right in a row. If you need review, go back to chapter 1.
2. Do the exercise on classifying polygons.

Lesson 44

1. Review your work so far.
2. Do each set until you get two right in a row. If you need review, go back to chapter 3.

Lesson 45

1. Triangle Sums 4.1
• Do the queue questions.
• Read through the lesson, working through the examples.
• Stop at “Exterior Angles.”
• Do review questions 1 – 10 and 19-23.
• Record your score out of 15.

STOP

Time for a report card and portfolio/records updating.

Portfolio/records: In your portfolio you should include a couple of your assignments from this quarter. You could also take a screen shot of the graphing calculator or other online activity. Choose things that are neat and well kept.

Divide your score by total possible. Move the decimal point over two places to the right. In the next box over, write the number in front of the decimal (something between 1 and 100). This is your percent grade. In the next box over write your letter grade. Anything starting with a 9 is an A. Anything starting with an 8 is a B. Anything starting with a 7 is a C and so forth. If you have everything perfect, then your grade is 100. That’s an A too.

Your goal is to get an A for the course at the end of the year. Go back and look at where you lost points. What can you do to avoid losing those points in the next quarter?

Lesson 46(*)

1. (*) Print out your second quarter grading sheet or use the Excel version.
2. 4.1. Triangle Sums
• Read through the lesson, working through the examples, starting with “Exterior Angles.”
• Do review questions 11 – 18 and 24 – 30.
• Question 25 needs a correction. 2x – 14 should be 2x + 14 (plus).
• Record your score out of 15.

Lesson 47

1. 4.2 Congruent Figures
• Skip the queue.
• Read the lesson and work through the examples.
• Do the odd review questions through 27.
• Record your score out of 12.

Lesson 48

1. 4.3. Triangle Congruence using SSS and SAS
• Do the queue questions.
• Read the lesson and work through the examples. Make sure you are writing down postulates so you have them accessible when you write proofs. Make sure you draw the constructions. Stop at the SSS postulate section.
• Do the review questions numbers 3-9. Can you guess number 7? You’ll learn that on Lesson 50.

Lesson 49

1. 4.3. Triangle Congruence using SSS and SAS
• Read the lesson and work through the examples. Start at the SSS postulate section.
• Do the review questions numbers 10 – 30. SKIP number 15.
• Record your score out of 20.

Lesson 50*

1. Watch the video on triangle congruence.
2. *Take notes on the worksheet as you watch.

Lesson 51

1. 4.4. Triangle Congruence Using ASA, AAS, and HL
• Do queue questions number 2 and 3.
• Read the lesson and through the examples. Make sure you are writing down postulates and theorems, so you have them accessible when you write proofs.
• Do the even review questions numbers from 14-32. The directions have the numbers a bit off, but the actual problems are numbered correctly, so don’t worry about it.
• Record your score out of 10.

Lesson 52*

1. Watch the video on the isosceles triangle.
2. *Take notes on the worksheet as you watch.

Lesson 53*

1. Watch the video on the isosceles triangle proof.
2. *Take notes on the worksheet as you watch.

Lesson 54

1. 4.5. Isosceles and Equilateral Triangles
• Do the queue questions.
• Read the lesson and work through the examples. Make sure you are writing down postulates and theorems, so you have them accessible when you write proofs.
• Do review questions 1-3.
• Record your score out of 3.

Lesson 55

1. 4.5. Isosceles and Equilateral Triangles

• Do the review questions numbers from 4-31.
• Record your score out of 25. (potential for extra credit)

Lesson 56

1. Practice equilateral triangles.
2. Practice isosceles triangles.

Lesson 57*

1. Watch the video on cpctc.
2. *Take notes on the worksheet as you watch.

Lesson 58*

1. Watch the video on proofs.
2. *Take notes on the worksheet as you watch.

Lesson 59

1. Review the vocabulary and when you are ready, do the questions as a test (no notes). 4.6. Chapter 4 Review
3. Record your score out of 24 (2 points each for the two steps in the directions).
4. Test continued: Prove that segment DE is congruent to segment JK given that DK bisects JE and that DE and JK are parallel. See Image.
5. Check your proof. There were 10 components to fill in.
6. Check here after you finish. Do not cheat! It is a form of lying.
7. Record your score out of 10.

Lesson 60

1. You are going to be doing some SAT prep. (You may choose to create a free account.)
2. Each lesson you are going to choose three problems. This should not take more than five minutes, including reviewing the answers. You can just work down the page. The quizzes at the top are only for if you want targeted practice. You might consider that when you get closer to testing.
3. 5.1. Midsegments of a Triangle
• Do the review queue questions numbers 2-5.
• Read through the lesson and work through the problems as you need to.
• You can use the link in the text to explore midsegments.
• Answer review questions: ODDS 3 – 15.
• Record your score out of 7.

Lesson 61

2. Each lesson you are going to choose three problems. This should not take more than five minutes, including reviewing the answers.
3. 5.2 Perpendicular Bisectors in Triangles
• Do the review queue questions.
• Read through the lesson and work through the problems. Make sure you are writing down theorems so you have them as a reference for proofs.
• Follow the directions to make the constructions.

Lesson 62

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 5.2. Perpendicular Bisectors in Triangles
• Answer review questions : ODDS 9-15, 16-25, 29, 31
Note: for question 13 B & C, it should say:
b. Is C on perpendicular bisector m? Why or why not?
c. Is D on perpendicular bisector m? Why or why not?
• Record your score out of 15. (potential for an extra credit point)

Lesson 63

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 5.3. Angle Bisectors in Triangles
• Do the review queue 1-3a.
• Read through the lesson and work through the problems.
• Do numbers 1 and 2 in the review questions.
• Check your answers, Geometry 5.3 , and make sure you understand.

Lesson 64

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 5.3. Angle Bisectors in Triangles
• Do the review questions. Skip #13 (answer is wrong).
• Record your score out of 20. (Take away a 1/2 point for each wrong answer. #17 has 8 parts and is worth 4 points.)

Lesson 65

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 5.4. Medians and Altitudes in Triangles
• Do the review queue.
• Read through the lesson and work through the problems. Stop at Altitudes.
• Do number 3 in the review questions.
• Review corresponding parts.

Lesson 66

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 5.4. Medians and Altitudes in Triangles
• Read through the lesson and work through the problems beginning at Altitudes.
• Do numbers 1, 5 and 7 in the review questions.
• Practice altitudes.

Lesson 67

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 5.4. Medians and Altitudes in Triangles
• Do numbers 12 through 30 in the review questions.
• Record your score out of 19.

Lesson 68

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 5.5. Inequalities in Triangles

• Do the review queue.
• Read through the lesson and work through the problems. Make sure you are taking notes.
• Do numbers 1 and 4 in the review questions.

Lesson 69

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 5.5. Inequalities in Triangles
• Do numbers 10-27 and 29-30 in the review questions. The images are each one question. Pay attention to the “For numbers 24-26” types of introductions, each image under that is one of those problems.
• Record your score out of 20.

Lesson 70

1. Do three problems for SAT practice. Make sure you are paying attention to the right answers. You are supposed to learn from your mistakes!
3. Read through the steps and example of an indirect proof.
4. Write the indirect proof.
• There is a triangle that is not isosceles. The vertices are labeled GHF.
• The point I falls between F and H. There is a line from G to I.
• The angle GIF is congruent to the angle GIH.
• Prove that the line GI is not the median.
5. 5.6. Extension: Indirect Proof
• Do number 2 in the review questions.

Lesson 71

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 5.6. Extension: Indirect Proof
• Do numbers 3-10 in the review questions.
• Check your answers, Geometry 5.6. Each is worth 2 points. You can get partial credit for partially correct answers.
• Record your score out of 15.

Lesson 72

1. Review for your test. If you can’t remember something, you can use the reading or video links along the top of the page.
2. You should also review the indirect proofs from Lesson 70. (Hint: If a teacher tells you something specific to know for a test, you should study it!)
3. There’s a test on Lesson 73.

Lesson 73

1. Review the vocabulary and when you are ready, do the questions as a test (no notes). 5.7. Chapter 5 Review (The triangle is mislabeled; here is the replacement)
3. Record your score out of 10.
4. Test continued: Do problems 19-22.
5. Check your answers (found under Section 5.1). Score up to 3 points for each problem.
6. Record your score out of 10.
7. Test continued: Complete the proof.
8. Check your proof. There were 22 components to fill in. (Scroll down.)
9. Record your score out of 20.

Lesson 74

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 6.1. Angles in Polygons
• Do number 2 in the review queue.
• Read through the lesson and work through the problems. Follow the directions. STOP at Exterior Angles.
• Do number 1 in the review questions.

Lesson 75

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 6.1. Angles in Polygons
• Read through the lesson and work through the problems. Follow the directions. START at Exterior Angles.
• Do ODD numbers 3 through 29 in the review questions.
• Get up to 6 points for doing number 31. You get 1 point just for trying–all bonus points.
• Record your score out of 14.

Lesson 76*

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. Watch the video on parallelograms and take notes on the *worksheet as you watch.

Lesson 77

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 6.2. Properties of Parallelograms
• Do numbers 1 – 3a in the review queue.
• Read through the lesson and take notes.
• Do numbers 1, 3, 5, 23, 27 in the review questions.
• Record your score out of 10.

Lesson 78

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 6.3. Proving Quadrilaterals are Parallelograms
• Do numbers 1 and 2 in the review queue.
• Read through the lesson and work through the problems.
• Do numbers 1 through 4 in the review questions.

Lesson 79

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 6.3. Proving Quadrilaterals are Parallelograms
• Do numbers 18 through 31 in the review questions (Questions 29 and 30 refer to 28).
• Check your answers, Geometry 6.3. The three proofs are 5 points each.
• Record your score out of 14.

Lesson 80*

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. Watch the video on rhombi (that’s the plural of rhombus; you can also say “rhombuses”) and complete the *worksheet as you watch.

Lesson 81

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 6.4. Rectangles, Rhombuses and Squares
• Read through the lesson and take notes, as usual, on the theorems. Take your time reading the chart. Make sure you know what each of those things me.
• Do numbers 1 and 2 in the review questions.
• Record your score out of 10.

Lesson 82

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 6.4. Rectangles, Rhombuses and Squares
• Do numbers 10 through 27 in the review questions.
• Record your score out of 18.

Lesson 83

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 6.5. Trapezoids and Kites
• Do the review queue.
• Read through the lesson. Work through the problems. Stop at Kites and skip down to algebra review and work through that section.
• Do numbers 1 and 9 in the review questions.

Lesson 84

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 6.5. Trapezoids and Kites
• Read through the lesson sections on Kites. Work through the problems.
• Do numbers 14, 17, 22 through 28 in the review questions. The three proofs are 5 points each.
• Record your score out of 20. (Potential for extra credit.)

Lesson 85

1. Review the vocabulary and complete the 6.6. Chapter 6 Review. In the chart, consider the last category to be congruent diagonals instead of consecutive angles.
3. Using the graphing calculator, enter equations that will draw a parallelogram, a trapezoid and a kite.

Lesson 86

1. Let’s review.
2. On Lesson 87 there will be a midterm, a test on what you have learned the first half of the course. I suggest taking the time to look through your notes and work to refresh your memory. The test is going to be in the form of the exercises you just did, plus one proof from your last chapter.

Lesson 87

1. Close all notebooks and other windows, etc., on your computer.
2. Take your test, geometry midterm. The questions shuffle, so don’t try to stop and start again. You can’t stop and pick up where you left off. (alternate link if that isn’t working)
3. Take note of your score.
4. Write out your proof, number twenty-seven.
6. Record your score out of 50.

Lesson 88

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 7.1. Ratios and Proportions
• Do the review queue.
• Read through the lesson. Work through the examples. Stop at Properties of Proportions.
• Do numbers 2, 4 and 6 in the review questions.
(#2 is 1:1)

Lesson 89

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 7.1. Ratios and Proportions
• Read through the lesson section on Properties of Proportions.
• Do numbers 7 through 31 ODDS in the review questions.
• Record your score out of 13. (Potential for extra credit.)

Lesson 90*

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. Watch the video on similarity and take notes on the *worksheet as you watch.
3. Do the review queue, 7.2. Similar Polygons
• (NOTE – Answer Correction: #3 is x = -8)

STOP

Time for a report card and portfolio/records updating.

Portfolio/records: In your portfolio you should include a couple of your assignments from this quarter. You could also take a screen shot of the graphing calculator or other online activity. Choose things that are neat and well kept.

Divide your score by total possible. Move the decimal point over two places to the right. In the next box over, write the number in front of the decimal (something between 1 and 100). This is your percent grade. In the next box over write your letter grade. Anything starting with a 9 is an A. Anything starting with an 8 is a B. Anything starting with a 7 is a C and so forth. If you have everything perfect, then your grade is 100. That’s an A too.

Your goal is to get an A for the course at the end of the year. Go back and look at where you lost points. What can you do to avoid losing those points in the next quarter?

Lesson 91(*)

1. (*)Print out the grading sheet for the third quarter or use the Excel version.
2. Try three SAT math problems.
3. 7.2. Similar Polygons
• Read through the lesson. Work through the examples as needed.
• Do numbers 1-8, 14-18, and 26-29 in the review questions.
• Record your score out of 15. (Potential for extra credit)

Lesson 92

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 7.3. Similarity by AA
• Read through the lesson. Work through the examples and take notes.
• Do numbers 1-11 in the review questions.
• Record your score out of 10. (Potential for extra credit)

Lesson 93

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 7.3. Similarity by AA
• Review similarity in polygons and in triangles.
• Do numbers 16-18, 24-31 in the review questions and 19-21 from the polygons chapter.
• Record your score out of 13. (Potential for extra credit.)

Lesson 94

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 7.4. Similarity by SSS and SAS
• Do the review queue.
• Read through the lesson. Take notes as always on the theorems. Follow the directions. Do the constructions and work through the examples.
• You can play pool when you are done.

Lesson 95

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 7.4. Similarity by SSS and SAS
• Do numbers 1-4, 8-12, 18-27 in the review questions.
(#3 is 2.54 since there are 2.54 cm per inch; 2.2 is the conversion factor from pounds to kilograms)
• Record your score out of 18. (Potential for extra credit.)

Lesson 96

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 7.5. Proportionality Relationship
• Do the review queue.
• Read through the lesson. Take notes as always on the theorems. Follow the directions. Do the investigation and work through the examples. STOP at parallel lines and transversals.
3. Do the practices on triangle similarity: one, two, three.
4. Do three questions on the polygon similarity quiz. (You have to copy and paste the link addresses into a new tab.)

Lesson 97

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 7.5. Proportionality Relationship
• Finish the lesson. START at parallel lines and transversals.
• Do numbers 1-10 in the review questions.
• Record your score out of 10.

Lesson 98

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 7.5. Proportionality Relationships
• Do numbers 19 – 30 in the review questions.
(#20 is 3.4)
• Record your score out of 10. (Potential for extra credit.)

Lesson 99

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 7.6. Similarity Transformations
• Do the review queue.
• Read through the first section of the lesson on dilations. Stop at the coordinate plane part.
• Do numbers 7-10 in the review questions. Explain to someone the answer to 12.

Lesson 100

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 7.6. Similarity Transformations
• Finish the lesson. START at the coordinate plane part.
• Do numbers 1-6, 15-21, 28-30 in the review questions.
• Record your score out of 15. (Potential for extra credit.)

Lesson 101

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. Complete the lesson on fractals.
4. Record your score out of 10.

Lesson 102

1. Review the vocabulary and when you are ready, do the questions as a test (no notes). 7.8. Chapter 7 Review
3. Record your score out of 14.
4. Play with dilations.
5. You can play with fractals too.

Lesson 103

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 8.1. The Pythagorean Theorem
• Do the review queue numbers 1, 2, 4.
(#4A is 6 square root of 10)

As always, record your score as a 5, minus 1 point for each incorrect answer.
• Read the lesson. Do the investigation online instead of cutting out paper.
• Do numbers 4 – 6 in the review questions.

Lesson 104

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 8.1. The Pythagorean Theorem
• Do numbers 7 – 23 ODDS and then 27 – 32 in the review questions.
(#31 is ba + ½ c²)
• Record your score out of 15.
• Add 2 points for getting number 25 right and 1 point for giving it a good try. Be diligent and give it your best try.

Lesson 105

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 8.2. Converse of the Pythagorean Theorem
• Do the review queue.
• Read the lesson. Take notes. Work through the examples. After you read the proof, try to write it out for yourself.

Lesson 106

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 8.2. Converse of the Pythagorean Theorem
• Do numbers 1-31 ODDS and then 22 in the review questions.
(#1b is 12 < c < 15)
• Record your score out of 25. (10 points for the proof, 1 point potential extra credit)

Lesson 107

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 8.3. Using Similar Right Triangles
• Do the review queue.
• Read the lesson. Take notes. Work through the examples.

Lesson 108

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 8.3. Using Similar Right Triangles
• Do numbers 6-30 EVENS (skip 24). Then complete 21.
(#24 is 0.89%)
• Record your score out of 20. Take off one point for any wrong answer. (1 point for each part of the proofs.)

Lesson 109*

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. Watch the video on triangles 30-60-90.
3. *Take notes on the worksheet as you watch.

Lesson 110*

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. Watch the video on triangles 45-45-90.
3. *Take notes on the worksheet as you watch.

Lesson 111

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 8.4. Special Right Triangles
• Read the lesson. Do the investigation.
• Do numbers 14-24.
• Record your score out of 10. (potential 1 point extra credit)

Lesson 112

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. Watch the first two videos on trigonometry and do the first exercise. (Basic trigonometry, example, exercise)
3. 8.5. Tangent, Sine and Cosine
• Do the review queue.
• Read the lesson. STOP at the first example.

Lesson 113

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 8.5. Tangent, Sine and Cosine
• Read the lesson. START at the first example. Use the scientific calculator when instructed to.
• Do numbers 1-6, 19-30. Use the calculator when instructed to.
• Record your score out of 18.

Lesson 114

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 8.6. Inverse Trigonometric Ratios
• Do the review queue.
• Read the lesson. Do the examples. Use the scientific calculator when instructed to.
• Do numbers 1-3 in the review questions.

Lesson 115

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 8.6. Inverse Trigonometric Ratios
• Do numbers 7-9, 10-22 EVENS, and 23-32 in the review questions. Use the calculator as needed.
• Record your score out of 20.

Lesson 116

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 8.7. Extension: Laws of Sines and Cosines
• Read the lesson and work through the examples.
• Do numbers 6-15 in the review questions. Use the calculator as needed.
(#6 angle A = 82.82, angle B = 55.77, angle C = 41.41)

(#11 angle B = 65.4, angle C = 50.6)
(#12 angle A = 22, BC = 24.6, AC = 27.8)
• Record your score out of 10.

Lesson 117

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. Watch the video on basic trigonometry functions.
3. Do the exercise. And another practice.
4. Review chapter 8 for a test. Make sure you review the proofs.

Lesson 118

1. Do the questions as a test (no notes). 8.8. Chapter 8 Review Use the calculator as needed.
(#17 is 2 square root of 210)
3. Record your score out of 20. (Potential for extra credit)
4. Solve this proof.
6. Record your score out of 10. (half a point for each step and each reason)

Lesson 119*

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. Watch the video on circles.
3. *Take notes on the worksheet as you watch.

Lesson 120

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 9.1. Parts of Circles & Tangent Lines
• Do the review queue.
• Read the lesson. Do the investigation.

Lesson 121

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 9.1. Parts of Circles & Tangent Lines
• Do numbers 1-9, 10-26 EVEN, and 27-33 in the review questions.
• Record your score out of 25.

Lesson 122

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 9.2. Properties of Arcs
• Do the review queue.
• Read the lesson. Remember to always read equations as sentences. What does this sentence say?  (answer: Arc AD is congruent to arc BC.) Work through the examples.

Lesson 123

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 9.2. Properties of Arcs
• Do numbers 10-15 and 22-36 in the review questions.
• Record your score out of 20. (potential for extra credit)

Lesson 124

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 9.3. Properties of Chords
• Read the lesson. Work through the examples and do the investigations.

Lesson 125

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 9.3. Properties of Chords
• Do numbers 1-17 and 26-30 in the review questions. (29 and 30 are worth 5 and 6 points respectively)
(#5 is line BH)
• Record your score out of 30. (potential for extra credit)

Lesson 126

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 9.4. Inscribed Angles
• Do the review queue.
• Read the lesson. Work through the examples and do the investigations.
• Do numbers 1-6 in the review questions.

Lesson 127

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 9.4. Inscribed Angles
• Do numbers 7-14, 20-21, and 24-31 in the review questions.

#30 and #31 are worth 12 and 8 points, respectively.
• Check your answers, Geometry 9.4. Make sure you understand the proofs.
• Record your score out of 33. (potential for 3 points extra credit)

Lesson 128

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 9.5. Angles of Chords, Secants, and Tangents
• Do the review queue.
• Read the lesson. Take notes. Work through the examples and do the investigations.
• Do number 1 in the review questions.

Lesson 129

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 9.5. Angles of Chords, Secants, and Tangents
• Do numbers 2 – 7, 15-26, and 31-32 in the review questions. (31 and 32 are worth 12 and 16 points respectively)
• Check your answers, Geometry 9.5. Make sure you understand the proofs.
(#23 x = 105)
• Record your score out of 42. (potential for 4 points extra credit)

Lesson 130

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 9.6. Segments of Chords, Secants, and Tangents
• Do the review queue.
• Read the lesson. Take notes. Work through the examples.
• Do number 1 in the review questions.

Lesson 131

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 9.6. Segments of Chords, Secants, and Tangents
• Do numbers 16 – 30 in the review questions.
• Check your answers, Geometry 9.6. Make sure you understand the proofs.
• Record your score out of 15.

Lesson 132

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 9.7. Extension: Writing and Graphing the Equations of Circles
• Read the lesson. Take notes. Work through the examples. You can use the graphing calculator if you like.
• Do numbers 1-4 in the review questions.

Lesson 133

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 9.7. Extension: Writing and Graphing the Equations of Circles
• Do numbers 5-16 in the review questions.
3. Study the chapter for a test.

Lesson 134

1. Do the questions as a test (no notes). 9.8. Chapter 9 Review
3. Record your score out of 10. (Potential for extra credit)
4. Review for a test on chapters 7, 8 and 9. Make sure to review the proofs from the review questions you’ve done.

Lesson 135

1. Take your test. (no notes, no other windows open on your computer)
3. Record your score out of 48.

STOP

Time for a report card and portfolio/records updating.

Portfolio/records: In your portfolio you should include a couple of your assignments from this quarter. You could also keep a page of notes from one of the videos with a note about what it is. Choose things that are neat and well kept.

Divide your score by total possible. Move the decimal point over two places to the right. In the next box over, write the number in front of the decimal (something between 1 and 100). This is your percent grade. In the next box over write your letter grade. Anything starting with a 9 is an A. Anything starting with an 8 is a B. Anything starting with a 7 is a C and so forth. If you have everything perfect, then your grade is 100. That’s an A too.

Your goal is to get an A for the course at the end of the year. Go back and look at where you lost points. What can you do to avoid losing those points in the next quarter?

Lesson 136*(*)

1. (*)Print out the grading sheet for the fourth quarter or use the Excel version.
2. Try three SAT math problems.
3. Watch the video on area.
4. *Take notes on the worksheet as you watch.

Lesson 137

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 10.1. Triangles and Parallelograms
• Do numbers 1-27 ODDS in the review questions. You can get one extra credit point for each right answer for problems 28-35.
(#9 is 12)
(#17 is 76.3)
(#25 is 796.5
)
(#35 Area is 135 and Perimeter is 48)
• Record your score out of 14.

Lesson 138

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 10.2. Trapezoids, Rhombi, and Kites
• Do numbers 1 – 21 ODDS in the review questions.
(#9 is 50 √3)
• Record your score out of 10. (Potential for extra credit)

Lesson 139

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 10.3. Areas of Similar Polygons
• Do numbers 9 – 29 ODDS in the review questions.
(21. sides = 6√2 and 9√2, diagonals 12, 18)
(27. 3.33×5 inches)
• Record your score out of 10. (Potential for extra credit)

Lesson 140

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 10.4. Circumference and Arc Length
• Do the review queue.
• Read the lesson. Work through the investigation.
• Do numbers 1-4 in the review questions.

Lesson 141

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 10.4. Circumference and Arc Length
• Do numbers 16-30 in the review questions. (#27, assume the measurements are both in cm.)
(#23: 73 gumdrops)
• Record your score out of 15.

Lesson 142

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 10.5. Areas of Circles and Sectors
• Do the review queue.
• Read the lesson. Work through the examples.

Lesson 143

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 10.5. Areas of Circles and Sectors
• Do numbers 1-31 ODDS in the review questions.
(#15:  1188pi)
(#27: 63.59)
• Record your score out of 15. (potential for extra credit)

Lesson 144

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 10.6. Area and Perimeter of Regular Polygons
• Do the review queue.
• Go through the lesson.
• Do numbers 1-8 in the review questions. Check your answers at the bottom of the page.
(#3: 3/2*√3)

Lesson 145

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 10.6. Area and Perimeter of Regular Polygons
• Do numbers 13-24 in the review questions.
(#13 perimeter is 30.9)
(#14 area is 295)
• Record your score out of 12.
• One point for each correct answer from 25 through 34. (potential for extra credit)

Lesson 146

1. Review

Lesson 147

1. Do the questions as a test (no notes). 10.7. Chapter 10 Review
(#9 – The test was corrected to say that the bottom number should be 33 and not 21. The answer would then be 216 square root of 3 or approximately 371.12) (#8 – This image can be confusing. If you used 8 as the measure of the outside short diagonal, the answer would be 195. If you used 8 as the measure of the short part of the long inside dashed link, the answer would be 224.)
3. Record your score out of 15.
4. Today’s a good day to look back over your math notebook for a review. On Lesson 180 there will be a final covering the whole course. You’re approaching the end!

Lesson 148

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 11.1. Exploring Solids
• Go through the lesson. STOP at Cross Sections
• This is Euler. (You don’t have to read the whole page, but you should recognize his name and know a bit about him.)
• Do numbers 1-14 in the review questions.
• Record your score out of 14.

Lesson 149

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 11.1. Exploring Solids
• Spend some time on the interactives on these pages.
• cross sections (Try to make the cross sections listed in Part C1. You can’t make them all.)
• nets (Scroll down and click explore prisms. Then scroll down for the interactive.)
• Do numbers 15-25 in the review questions.
• Record your score out of 10. (potential for extra credit)
• For extra credit: One point for each correct answer from 25 through 34.

Lesson 150

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 11.2. Surface Area of Prisms and Cylinders
• Do the review queue.
• Go through the lesson. Don’t use the link in the material.
• Here are animations of the nets for cylinders and rectangluar prisms, if you need help picturing the pieces. (Click on Surface Area tab, then SA Cylinders and SA Rectangles.
• Do numbers 1-2 in the review questions.

Lesson 151

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 11.2. Surface Area of Prisms and Cylinders
• Do numbers 3-6, 11-17, 23-29 in the review questions. For #26, it should say, “The farmer wants to paint the sides of the BARN [not roof].”
(#12 is 832)
• Record your score out of 18.
• If you want extra credit: Up to 2 points for a correct answer to 30, the expression and the surface area.

Lesson 152

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 11.3. Surface Area of Pyramids and Cones
• Do the review queue.
• Go through the first part of the lesson on pyramids.
• Do numbers 1-6, 9-15 ODD, 21-22 in the review questions.
(#2 is v)
(#9 is 12.8)
(#25 is 1146)
(#26 is 1467.5)
• Record your score out of 12.

Lesson 153

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 11.3. Surface Area of Pyramids and Cones
• Read the second half of the lesson on cones.
• Do numbers 14, 17, 19, 23-30 in the review questions.
(28: radius is 7, area is 49π)
(30: 175π is the SA of the lateral face. 224π is the total SA of the cone)
• Record your score out of 10. (potential for an extra credit point)

Lesson 154

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 11.4. Volume of Prisms and Cylinders
• Do the review queue #2-4.
• Go through the first part of the lesson on prisms. Stop at cylinders.
• Do numbers 2-3, 5, 7-9, 11-12, 16-17, 23-25 in the review questions.
• Record your score out of 12. (potential for an extra credit point)

Lesson 155

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 11.4. Volume of Prisms and Cylinders
• Read the second half of the lesson on cylinders.
• Watch the video and solve the interactive. (Click on the “interactive” button.)
• Do numbers 10, 13, 15, 18, 20-22, 26-30 in the review questions. (For question 26, the diagram is incorrect. The radius of the cylinder is 9.)
(#27 is 14,565.29 cm3)
• Record your score out of 12.

Lesson 156

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 11.5. Volume of Pyramids and Cones
• Do the review queue.
• Go through the first part of the lesson on pyramids. Stop at cones.
• Do numbers 1-2, 5-6, 13-23 in the review questions.
(#21 is 72√2)
• Record your score out of 15. (potential for an extra credit point)

Lesson 157

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 11.5. Volume of Pyramids and Cones
• Read the second half of the lesson on cones.
• Do numbers 7, 9-12, 24-30 in the review questions.
(#11 is 37.68)
• Record your score out of 12.

Lesson 158

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 11.6. Surface Area and Volume of Spheres
• Do the review queue.
• Go through the the lesson. Don’t use the animations.
• Do number 2 in the review questions.

Lesson 159

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 11.6. Surface Area and Volume of Spheres
• Do numbers 2-26 EVENS in the review questions.
(#20 is 47712.94)

(#26 – calculate it in inches with a melt rate of 2 inches cubed)
• Record your score out of 13.
• Extra credit: one point for getting number 29 correct.

Lesson 160

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 11.7. Exploring Similar Solids
• Do the review queue, numbers 1-5.
(#3 is 36πin3)
• Go through the the lesson. Work through the examples.
• Do number 1 in the review questions.

Lesson 161

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 11.7. Exploring Similar Solids
• Do numbers 2-24 EVENS and 26-32 in the review questions.
• Record your score out of 19.

Lesson 162

Lesson 163

1. Do the questions as a test (no notes). 11.8. Chapter 11 Review
3. Record your score out of 22.
4. Today’s a good day to look back over your math notebook for a review. On Lesson 180 there will be a final covering the whole course.

Lesson 164

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 12.1. Exploring Symmetry

• Answer the questions about symmetry. You can use the page if you need help.
• Go through the the lesson.
• Do numbers 1-22, 29-37 in the review questions.
• Record your score out of 30. (potential for an extra credit point)

Lesson 165

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 12.2. Translations and Vectors
• Do the review queue.
• Read the first part of the lesson about translations in the chapter for today.
• Do some simple translations. Type in how many units to move x and y and then click on translate.
• Do problem C2 at the bottom of the page. You can refer to C1 to help you

Lesson 166

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 12.2. Translations and Vectors
• Finish reading the chapter, starting with vectors.
• Do numbers 13-22, 24-32 in the review questions.
(#19 is <6, 2>)
(#20 is <-2, 4.5 ish> The graph is hard to read. <-2, 5> would also be acceptable)

(#25 – D is (9, 9))
• Record your score out of 20.

Lesson 167

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 12.3. Reflections
• Play with reflections. From the dropdown menu choose a shape. Turn off Auto-Flip. Figure out the reflection and then click on Flip to check.
• Do the review queue.
• Do numbers 1-2 in the review questions.

Lesson 168

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 12.3. Reflections
• Do numbers 11-30 in the review questions.
(#14 is (-4, -2), (2, 4), (-6, 2))
• Record your score out of 25.

Lesson 169

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 12.4. Rotations
• Do the review queue.
• Do number 1 in the review questions.

Lesson 170

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 12.4. Rotations
• Do numbers 2-22 EVENS and 24-31 in the review questions.
• Record your score out of 19.

Lesson 171

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 12.5. Composition of Transformations
• Do the review queue.
• Do numbers 1-6 in the review questions.
(
#4 is (2, -2),
(-2, -4), (0, -8), (4, -6))

Lesson 172

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 12.5. Composition of Transformations
• Do numbers 8-28 EVENS in the review questions.
• Record your score out of 10. (potential for an extra credit point)
• Extra credit: One point each for correct answers to 29 and 30.

Lesson 173

1. Do three problems for SAT practice.
2. 12.6. Extension: Tessellations
• Do the review questions.
• Record your score out of 13.

Lesson 174

1. Review how rotations and reflections are created and how they move around a coordinate plane.
2. When you are ready, do the questions as a test (no notes). 12.7. Chapter 12 Review
4. Record your score out of 10.

Lesson 175

1. Review chapters 10 and 11.
2. Review chapter 10
3. Review chapter 11.

Lesson 176

1. Take the test on chapters 10 and 11.
2. Record your score out of 20. (Extra credit potential)

Lesson 177

1. Review chapters 1-6.
2. On Lesson 180 you will be taking your final exam, a test on everything you learned this year in geometry.

Lesson 178

1. Review chapters 7, 8 and 9. (answers, for 8.2 #22, 8.4 1-6, 8.5, 9.1, 9.5) (ignore the 48 points – this is just review for your final exam).
2. There will be proofs from chapter nine that you did in the review questions, but you will be allowed to use the chapter to help you, but not your notes!

Lesson 179

1. Review chapters 10 and 11.
2. Review Chapter 12, answers, Geometry 12.7.

Lesson 180

1. Take your final. (Each section is worth the number of points in parentheses, totaling 100.)
• Part 1 (Good news. Here’s the first answer. It’s parallel.)
• Write down your score when you are done. (56) (alternate link if that isn’t working)
• Do number 31 at the bottom of the page. You may use the chapter but not the answers or your notes. (8)
• Do number 31 in the review questions. You may use the chapter but not the answers or your notes. (12)
• Do number 1 in the review questions. You may use the chapter but not the answers or your notes. (14)
• Do number 1 in the review questions. You may use the chapter but not the answers or your notes. (2)
• Give yourself 4 points for completion.
• Total your score out of 100.
2. Take the polls.

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Time for a report card and portfolio/records updating. You will be finding out your total score this time by adding and dividing your totals from the four quarters. If you decide to, you could make up to half of your grade be for participation, completing the daily assignments. That would be 50 (for participation) plus half of your regular grade for your total grade for the year.