Geometry in Nature and in Art

Geometry in Nature and in Art

Geometry in Nature and in Art Day 2 (8/21/2012) Objectives: Use geometry to create art designs. Identify reflectional and rotational symmetry. Assignment Class work Decorate the folder using designs on page 8,10, 11, and 35* Identify reflectional or

rotational symmetry of your design. Homework Read lesson 1.1 Page 28 Section 1.1 Day 3 Building blocks of Geometry (8/22/2012) Objectives: Learn the terminology and the notation of points, lines, segments, rays, plane, collinear and coplanar

points. Assignment Class Work Finish the Folder design. (15 min) Take notes from the LCD on definitions. Work on the Investigation on page 32. Homework Page 33 # 1-15 all Section 1.1 Day 4 Building blocks of Geometry

(8/23/2012) Objectives: Learn the terminology and the notation of points, lines, segments, rays, plane, collinear and coplanar points. Assignment Class Work Go over homework questions. Homework Page 34 # 18-35 all Warm-up

Day 4 Graph each point: A(0,-2), B(-1,2), C (3,0), D(-1,-3) Graph and name: 1. The line that passes through A and B. 2. The line segment that passes through D and C. 3. The ray with initial point C and passes through A. Section 1.1 Day 5 Midpoint

(8/24/2012) Objectives: Review coordinate midpoint property. Find the coordinates of the midpoint by using midpoint formula. Assignment Class work Warm-up (5 min) LCD Power Point presentation. Page 37 # 1-8 all Homework: Read section 1.2 Page 38.

Section 1.2 Day 6 (8/28/2012) Objectives: Definition of a angle. Learn how to show the measure of an angle. Become familiar with the symbols of marking angles and congruent angles. Poolroom Math Assignment Class Work

LCD lectures Go over Examples B and C page 40-41. Go over page 42-43 # 1, 2, 15, 16, 20. Homework Page 42-43 # 1-25 all. Section 1.2 Day 7 (8/29/2012) Objectives: Definition of a angle. Learn how to show the measure of an angle. Become familiar with the symbols of marking angles

and congruent angles. Poolroom Math Assignment Class Work: Collect homework day 4. Page 44-45 # 31-40 all. Homework : Review Concept and notation of sections 1.1-1.2. Warm- up Day 7 1. Find the coordinates of the midpoint of the segment with the given endpoints (5,8) and (3, 2).

2. Tell whether the statement below is sometimes, always, or never true. Support your answer with a sketch. If M is the midpoint of KL, then M, K, and L are collinear. Definition: Angle Bisector An angle bisector is a ray that divides an angle into two congruent angles. JK bisects LJM; thus LJK KJM. Example 1 KM bisects JKL, mJKM = (4x + 6), and mMKL = (7x 12). Find mJKM.

Example 1 Continued Step 1 Find x. mJKM = mMKL Def. of bisector (4x + 6) = (7x 12) Substitute the given values. Add 12 to both sides. +12 4x + 18 = 7x 4x 4x 18 = 3x 6=x

+12 Simplify. Subtract 4x from both sides. Divide both sides by 3. Example 1 Continued Step 2 Find mJKM. mJKM = 4x + 6 = 4(6) + 6 = 30 Substitute 6 for x. Simplify. Quiz

Day 8 (8/30/2012) Objectives: Quiz on section 1.1-1.2 Assignment Homework Read section 1.3 Section 1.2 Day 8 (8/30/2012) Objectives: Understand the definition of angle bisector. Use the definition of the angle bisector to find the

missing side. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Quiz (30 min ) Homework Read section 1.3 Section 1.3 Day 9 (8/31/2012) Objectives: Review section 1.1-1.2 concepts. Practice to write definitions. Define special angle

relationship. Assignment Class work Go over the worm up Go over the quiz Go over example B on page 48. Go over the investigation on page 49. Homework Learn the definitions of special angles. Warm- up Day 9 (8/31/2012)

1. Copy the figure. Write what you know about the markings. N R Q P M Warm up 1. Find the measure of each angle. QS bisects PQR, mPQS = (5y 1), and mPQR = (8y + 12). Find mPQS.

2. JK bisects LJM, mLJK = (-10x + 3), and mKJM = (x + 21). Find mLJM. Section 1.3 Day 10 (9/4/2012) Objectives: Practice to write definitions. Define special angle relationship. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Go over investigation Definition of angles on

page 49. Homework Page 51 -52 # 1-8 all, 11, 13. Warm-up Day 10 1. E is between D and F. Find DF. 2. D is the midpoint of EF, ED = 4x + 6, and DF = 7x 9. Find ED, DF, and EF. E 4x + 6

D 7x 9 F Section 1.3 Day 11 (9/5/2012) Objectives: Use the definition of special angles to find the missing angle or solve for X.

Assignment Class Work Go over the Warm up Go over the homework. Go over examples from the hand out. Homework Finish the hand out Warm up Day 11 mA = 60, and mB =70. Find the measure of each of the following. 1. supplement of A 2. complement of B

3. Determine whether this statement is true or false. If false, explain why. If two angles are complementary and congruent, then the measure of each is 90. Section 1.3 Day 12 (9/ 6/ 2012) Objectives: Review sections 1.1-1.3 Special angels Assignment Class Work

Go over the Warm up Go over examples from the Hand out. Homework Finish the hand out and review for the quiz. Warm up 1. Name the pairs of vertical angles. 2. mXYZ = 2x and mPQR = (8x - 20). If XYZ and PQR are supplementary, find the measure of each angle. Day 12

Answers to the homework of Day 11 2. 70/3 3. x = 10 and m

10. x = 20 and m< BOC = 40 11. x = 8 12. y = 35 13. 35 14. LM= 20, MN = 3 15. m< COB = 61, m< BOA = 29 Quiz on Sections 1.1-1.3 Day 13 (9/7/2012) Objectives: Test concepts of sections 1.1-1.3. Assignment

Class Work Finish the Review hand out. Quiz Homework: Read section 1.4 page 5455. Section 1.4 Day 14 (9/10/12) Objectives: Define and classify polygons and related terms. Practice writing definitions. Learn even more vocabulary.

Polygons Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Go over the vocabulary of section 1.4. Homework Page 57 # 1-12 all 15, 21, 22. Day 14 Warm up Identify each of the following. 1. points that lie in the same plane

2. Two angles whose sum is 180 3. Two lines that never meet. 4. An angle that is less than 90 degree. Day 14 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Polygon Diagonal

Convex Concave Congruent polygons Perimeter Equilateral Polygon Equiangular Polygon Regular Polygon Vocabulary Vocabulary Day 14 1. Polygon A polygon is a closed figure, formed by connecting line segments endpoint to endpoint with each segment intersecting exactly two others. 2. Diagonal

Diagonal of a polygon is a line segment that connects two nonconsecutive vertices. 3. Convex Polygon A polygon is convex if no diagonal is outside of the polygon . 4. Concave Polygon A polygon is concave if at least one diagonal is outside of the polygon. 5. Congruent Polygons If polygons are congruent, then corresponding sides and angles are congruent OR If corresponding sides and angles are congruent, then the polygons are congruent. 6. Perimeter The perimeter of a polygon is equal to the sum of the lengths of its sides. Vocabulary Continues.. 7. Equilateral Polygon

Equilateral polygons are polygons in which all sides have equal length . 8.Equiangular Polygons Equiangular polygons are polygons in which all angles have equal measure. 9. Regular Polygons Regular polygons are polygons that are both equilateral and equiangular. Section 1.4 Day 15 (9/11/2012)

Objectives: Define and classify polygons and related terms. Practice writing definitions. Learn even more vocabulary Polygons Assignment Class Work Collect Homework day 14. Go over the warm- up Go over the quiz. Homework Page 58 23-25 all. Day 15

Warm up Classify each angle as acute, obtuse, or right. 1. 2. 3. 4. If the perimeter is 47, find x and the lengths of the three sides. Section 1.4 Day 16 9/12/2012

Objectives: Test concepts of sections. 1.1-1.4 Polygons Assignment Class Work Quiz make up Hand-out. Homework Finish the hand-out Section 1.4 Day 17 9/13/2012

Objectives: Review definition of a polygon and related terms. Use the definition to solve problems. Polygons Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Go over the homework questions. Finish the hand-out. Homework Read section 1.5 find a definition and write an example for each bolded

term. Section 1.5 Day 18 (9/14/2012) Objectives: Define and classify triangles Practice with definitions. Triangles Assignment Class work Go over the warm up Go over the homework questions.

Note book quiz. Homework Page 62 # 1-9 all, page 63 1721 all. Warm up Define the following terms. 1. Right triangle 2. Equilateral triangle 3. Obtuse triangle 4. Collinear Points day 18 Vocabulary Right triangle A right triangle has a right angle. Acute triangle

An acute triangle has three acute angles Obtuse triangle An obtuse triangle has one obtuse angle. Scalene triangle A scalene triangle is a triangle with no congruent sides. Equilateral triangle An equilateral triangle has three congruent sides. Isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has at least two congruent sides. Day 18 Section 1.5 Day 19 (9/18/2012) Objectives: Define and classify triangles

Practice with definitions. Use the definitions of sections 1.2-1.5 to answer hand out questions. Triangles Assignment Class Work 1. Go over the Warm up. 2. Go over homework Questions. 3. Hand out 1-9 All Homework Defined the bolded terms on section 1.6 Warm up

1. Classify Day 19 EHF by its side lengths. 2. Find the side lengths of equilateral FGH. Warm up Classify each triangle by its angles and sides. 1. MNQ

2. NQP 3. MNP Day 20 Warm up Day 20 Answers Classify each triangle by its angles and sides.

1. MNQ 2. NQP obtuse; scalene MNP acute; scalene 3. acute; equilateral

Section 1.6 Day 20 Special Quadrilaterals. (9/19/2012) Objectives: Define and classify quadrilaterals along with their related parts. Learn more vocabulary related to quadrilaterals. Assignment Class Work

Go over the warm up Go over homework questions. Write definitions of the bolded terms. Homework Page 66 # 1-13 all. Vocabulary Day 20 1. Trapezoid A trapezoid is a quadrilateral with exactly one pair or parallel sides. 2. Kite A kite is a quadrilateral with two distinct pair of consecutive congruent sides.

3. Parallelogram A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides. 4. Rhombus A rhombus is an equilateral parallelogram 5. Rectangle A rectangle is a equiangular parallelogram. 6. Square A square is a regular quadrilateral . Section 1.7 Special Quadrilaterals. Day 21 (9/20/2012) Objectives: Learn more vocabulary related to quadrilaterals

Use the definitions of this section to solve problems. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Collect Homework day 20. 30 min Quiz on section 1.61.7. Homework Hand out page 6. Warm up Day 21 For 1-3 , draw and label each figure. 1. An obtuse triangle ABC with obtuse angle

2. An isosceles right triangle KLM with KL=KM and m

Circles Assignment Class Work 1. Go over the warm up 2. Defined the circle and parts of a circle. 3. Start working on the homework Homework: Page 72 # 2-9 all, 11, 23-26 all. 29, 30, 34. Warm up Day 22 1. Tell whether the polygon is regular or irregular. Tell whether

it is concave or convex. Vocabulary of section 1.7 1. Circle A circle is a set of points equidistant from a fixed point called the center. 2. Chord A chord is a line segment whose end points lie on the circle. 3. Diameter A diameter is a chord that passes through the center. The diameter is the longest cord. 4. Tangent A tangent is a line that intersects the circle only once. Vocabulary 1.7.

5. Arc An arc is made of two points on the circle and the continuous (unbroken) part of a circle between the two points. The two points are called the end points. 6. Semicircle Is the arc of the circle whose endpoints are the end points of a diameter. 7. Minor Arc A minor arc is an arc that is smaller than a semicircle. 8. Major Arc A major arc is a arc that is larger than the semicircle. Central angle A angle whose vertex is the center of a circle. Example 1. Identify each term. Chords:

Semicircle Tangent: Diameter: Radius: Minor arc: Major arc: Section 1.8 Day 23 (9/24/ 2012) Objectives: Visualize Objects and relationships in two and three dimension. Practice drawing skills

Space Geometry Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Go over the homework questions. Practice drawing important geometric solids. Homework Page 78 1-6 all and 14-17 all. Day 24 9/25/2012 No school Teachers Planning Day

Warm up Day 23 Definition: The measure of an arc is equal to the measure of the corresponding central angle. Use the definition to find the measure of each given arc. Name the arc. ( ( ( ( E m AB=

m BC= A 180o D 50o C 130o B m AEC= m BCA= Chapter 1 Review Day 25

(9/27/2012) Objectives: Review vocabulary and notation of chapter 1. Use concepts of this chapter to solve word problems. Assignment Class work Go over the warm up. Go over page 91 # 31, page 92 # 32, 41, 43, 46. Collect homework Day 23. Class work / Homework Page 90, 1-25 all, 26, 39, 40, 42,44.

Day 26 9/28/2012 Chapter 1 Test Warm up Day 25 Tell whether each statement is true or false. A Rhombus is a quadrilateral that has exactly one pair of parallel sides. The ray from point L to point M is called LM. The vertex of angle RST is the point T. A diagonal is a line segment in a polygon connecting

any two vertices. Sections 2.1-2.2 Inductive Reasoning Day 27 10/ 1/ 2012 Objectives: Introduction to inductive Reasoning. Use the inductive reasoning to find the next term. Assignment Class Work Define the bolded terms. Work investigation on page

98 and problems 5 and 8. Work on investigation on page 102 and example A on page 103. Homework Page 99 # 3, 7, 17.Page 105 # 1,2,3,4. Section 2.4 Deductive Reasoning Day 28 (10/2/2012) Objectives: Introduction to deductive Reasoning. Learn the relationship

between inductive and deductive reasoning. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Write the definition of deductive reasoning. Work on Example B on page 115 and investigation Overlapping Segments on Page 116. Start the homework. Homework Page 117 1-5 all,8. Day 28

Warm up Identifying a Pattern 1. Find the next item in the pattern. January, March, May, ... 2. Find the next item in the pattern. 7, 14, 21, 28, 3. Find the next item in the pattern Section 2.5 Day 29 Angle Relationships (10/3/2012) Objectives:

Discover relationship between special pairs of angles. Practicing performing investigations and writing conjectures. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Work on investigations 1 and 2. on page 122-123. Page 124 # 1-4 all and page 118 # 14-16 all, 22-31 all, and 33, 35. Due in the end of the class.

Day 29 warm up Is the conclusion a result of inductive or deductive reasoning? 1. At Reagan High School, students must pass Geometry before they take Algebra 2. Emily is in Algebra 2, so she must have passed Geometry. Section 2.5 Day 30 Angle Relationships (10/4/2012) Objectives:

Discover relationship between special pairs of angles. Note book Quiz Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Work on problems page 125 # 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15. Note book Quiz. Section 2.6 Day 31 Special Angles and Parallel Lines.

(10/5/2012) Objectives: Explore relationship of the angles formed by a transversal cutting parallel lines . Complete the conjectures on page 129. Assignment Class Work Note book Quiz Homework : Define the Bolded terms on page 128.

Work on investigation 1 on page 128 and complete the conjectures on page 129. Day 28 Warm up Answers 1. The next month is July. 2. Multiples of 7 make up the pattern. The next item is 35. 3. In this pattern, the figure rotates 90 counterclockwise each time. The next figure is . Section 2.6

Day 32 Special Angles and Parallel Lines. 10/8/2012 Objectives: Explore relationship of the angles formed by a transversal cutting parallel lines . Complete the conjectures on page 129. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up

Complete the conjectures on page 129. Start the homework Homework Page 131-133 # 1,2, 3, 6,7, 9, 10,14, 15, 16. Day 32 (10/8/2012) Warm up mXYZ = 2x and mPQR = (8x - 20). 1. If XYZ and PQR are supplementary, find the measure of each angle. 2. If XYZ and PQR are complementary, find the measure of

each angle. 3. If

angles. Special Angles on parallel lines. Class Work Go over the warm up Go over homework questions. Homework Page 140 # 4, 6, 7, 15, 19. Day 33 1.Find m< ECF. 2. Find m

Homework Answers 1 63 2 90 3 No 6 113 7 a=d=64, b=c=116, e=g=i=j=k=108, f=h=s=72, m=105,

Day 10/8/2012 n=79, p=90, q=116, t=119. 9 56 + 114 = 170 NO 180 10 55 + 45 = 100 no 180 14 42 15 20 16 The lines are not parallel Chapter 2 Day 34 10/10/2012 Objectives:

Review and apply concepts: Deductive reasoning Inductive reasoning. Vertical and linear pair if angles. Special Angles on parallel lines. Review Assignment Class Work Go over examples from the hand out. Go over questions from the hand out. Homework Finish the Hand out

Day 34 Warm up Day 35 10/11/2012 Chapter 2 Test Algebra Review Day 36 10/12/2012 Objectives: Review evaluating

expressions and solving linear equations. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up Go over examples from the hand out. Finish the hand out Day 36 Find mABD. Warm up Section 3.1 Duplicating Segments and Angles

Day 37 10/15/ 2012 Objectives: Distinguish among construction, Sketch, and drawings of geometry figures. Discover constricting methods to duplicate a segment , an angle, and a polygon. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up.

Do vocabulary of section 3.1. Follow the steps of the hand out and complete each construction on examples 15. Homework Page 147 # 1,2 ,4, and 7 Day 37 Solve for x. 1. 2x- 4+ 3x = 6 2. -5x -10 = 20x 3. -3x 2 x = 6 Warm up Vocabulary of Section 3.1

1. Sketch When we sketch a geometric figure ( for example a equilateral triangle) we make a freehand figure ( equilateral triangle) 2. Draw When we draw a geometric figure ( an equilateral triangle), we use a protractor to measure the angles and a ruler to measure the sides. 3. Construct When we construct a geometric figure, we use a straightedge and a compass only. 4. Duplicate Means to copy a figure using straightedge and compass only. Section 3.2 Construction Perpendicular Bisectors Day 38

10/16/2012 Objectives: Construct perpendicular bisectors and midpoints. Make conjectures about perpendicular bisectors. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up Do the vocabulary of section 3.2. Follow the steps of the video and complete each construction. Homework

Finish the hand out Day 38 Warm up Find the midpoint of the segment with the given endpoints. 2. (1, 6) and (3, 0) 3. (7, 2) and (3, 8) Vocabulary of Section 3.2 1.Segment bisector A segment bisector is a ray, a line, or a segment that passes through the midpoint. 2.Perpendicular bisector A perpendicular bisector is a line, segment , or ray that is

perpendicular to a segment at its midpoint. 3.Median Median is a segment that connects the vertex of a triangle with the midpoint of the opposite side. 4.Midsegment A segment that connects the midpoints of two sides of a triangle is called the midsegment. Section 3.3-3.5 Constructing Perpendiculars to Lines. Day 39 10/17/2012 Objectives: Constructing perpendiculars

to a line. Construct the altitudes of a triangle. PAST Testing this lecture moved for Friday Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up Do the vocabulary of section 3.3. Sketch a triangle and draw the altitude from every angle. Solve the three problems written on the board. Homework Page 153 # 15-20 all

Section 3.3-3.5 Day 40 10/18/2012 Objectives: Review: Special angle and parallel lines. Vertical angles Constructing with simple geometric tools. Review Assignment Class Work

Notebook Quiz Section 3.3-3.5 Constructing Perpendiculars to Lines. Day 41 10/19/2012 Objectives: Constructing perpendiculars to a line. Construct the altitudes of a triangle. Assignment Class Work

1. Go over the warm up 2. Do the vocabulary of section 3.3. 3. Solve the three problems written on the board. 4. Class work is due in the end of the class. Homework Page 153 # 15-20 all Day 41 Warm Up Refer to the diagram. Use the given information and the theorems you have learned to show that r || s.

m3 = 2x, m7 = (x + 50), x = 50 Vocabulary 3.3 1.Distance from a line. Distance from a point to a line is the length of the perpendicular segment from the point to the line. 2.Altitude An a altitude of a triangle is a perpendicular segment from the vertex to the opposite side. 3.Orthocenter Orthocenter is the point where the three altitudes of a triangle meet. The three altitudes of a triangle are congruent(have the some length ) . Section 3.5 Constructing Parallel Lines Day 42

10/22/2012 Objectives: Construct parallel lines using compass and straightedge . Find the slope of a lines. Parallel and perpendicular lines and their slopes. Assignment Class Work Hand out Section 4.1 Triangle Sum Conjecture

Day 43 10/23/2012 Objectives: Use triangle sum theorem . Develop inductive and deductive reasoning. Assignment Class work Go over the warm up. Use triangle sum conjecture to solve problems. Start working on the hand out. # 1-13 all.

Homework Finish the hand out Triangle Sun Conjecture or Theorem Day 43 Warm up For the given triangle sketch the altitude from

Day 44 Warm up 1. Find the Measure of the indicted angle. Review Parallel lines and Triangle Sum Conjecture Day 45 10/25/2012 Objectives: Review angle relationship of two parallel lines and a transversal. Review triangle sum conjecture.

(Early Release Day ) Assignment Class Work Hand out Day 46 10/26/2012 No School Teachers Planning Day Section 4.2 Properties of Isosceles Triangles Day 47 10/29/2012

Objectives: Discover the relationship between the base angles of an isosceles triangle. Learn new vocabulary Construct points of concurrency of the given triangle. (Block schedule day 48 10/30/2012) Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up Go over the properties of isosceles triangle. Go over problems from the

hand out. Finish the hand out. Due in the end of the class! Properties of Isosceles Triangle 1.If a triangle is isosceles, then its base angles are congruent. 2. If two base angles of a triangle are congruent, then the triangle is isosceles. Leg __ __

Base Leg More vocabulary 1. When a set of lines have a point in common they are concurrent. 2. The Angle Bisector Conjecture The three angle bisectors of a triangle meet at a point (are concurrent).This point is called the incenter. 3. The Perpendicular Bisector Conjecture The three perpendicular bisectors of a triangle meet at a point called circumcenter. 4. The Altitude Conjecture The three altitudes of a triangle meet at a point (are concurrent ) called the orthocenter. 5. The point of intersection (concurrency) of the three medians is called the centroid.

Interim Review Day 49 31/2012 10/ Objectives: Review concepts of chapters 1-3. Prepare for the interim Assessment . (Block Schedule day 50 11/1/2012) Assignment Class Work

Go over the warm up. Hand out 40 min independent work. Go over questions and unsolved problems. Day 51 11/2/2012 Interim Assessment Day 52 11/5/2012 Interim Assessment DAY 53

11/6/2012 No school teachers planning day Section 4.3 Day 54 Triangle Inequalities 11/7/2012 Objectives: Investigate the relation among sides and angles of a triangle. Exterior Angle Conjecture.

Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up Go over the conjectures. Class Work/ Homework Page 218 # 1-9 all and # 14,15,16. Section 4.3 Conjectures 1. Triangle Inequality Conjecture The sum of the lengths of any two sides of a triangle is greater than the length of the third side triangles. 2.Side-angle Inequality The angle opposite the longest side is the largest angle.

3.Exterior angle conjecture The measure of the exterior angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of the measure of the remote interior angles. Day 54 Homework Answers 5) a,b,c 6) c,b,a 7) b,a,c

8) a,c,d 9) a,b,c 14) 135 15 ) 72 16) 72 Section 4.3 Day 55 Triangle Inequalities 11/8/2012 Objectives: Investigate the relation among sides and angles of a triangle.

Exterior Angle Conjecture. Assignment Class Work Go over the Warm up Go over problems from the hand out Finish the hand out Section 4.4 Are there Congruence Shortcuts. Day 56 11/9/2012

Objectives: Explore shortcut methods of determining whether triangles are congruent. Types of triangle congruency. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up Go over SSS and SAS conjecture. Go over Examples. Homework Page 224 # 4-9 all 12, 13, 16. Section 4.4

Conjectures Section 4.5 Day 57 Congruence Shortcuts 11/13/2012 Objectives: Explore shortcut methods of determining whether triangles are congruent. Types of triangle congruency.

Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up Go over ASA, SAA, congruencies. Start with the Homework Homework Page 229 # 4-9 all. 10,12, 14, 16, 18. Angle-Side-Angle Congruence Angle-Angle-Side Congruence Review Sections 4.3-4.4 Day 58 11/14/2012

Objectives: Review triangle congruence. Practice SAS, SAA, ASA,SSS. Assignment Class Work Go over homework questions. Go over problems from the hand out. Hand out due in the end of the class******** Section 4.6 Corresponding Parts of Congruent Triangles Day 59

11/15/2012 Objectives: Show that pairs of angles or pairs of sides by identifying related triangles and proving them congruent. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Go over the definition of congruence. Go over proving triangle congruence. Homework

Page 233 # 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9 Day 60 11/16/2012 Notebook Quiz Chapter 3 and 4.1-4.6 Section 4.6 Corresponding Parts of Congruent Triangles Day 61 11/19/2012 Objectives:

Show that pairs of angles or pairs of sides by identifying related triangles and proving them congruent. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Go over proving triangle congruence. Go over # 1, 12, 15. Finish the Hand out. Day 62 The class will be in the Lab 11/20/2012

Day 63 11/21/2012 Sections 4.1-4.6 Quiz Sections 4.1-4.5 Review Day 64 1/26/20122 Objectives: Show that pairs of angles or pairs of sides by identifying related triangles and proving them congruent. Investigate the relation

among sides and angles of a triangle. Exterior Angle Conjecture. Assignment Class Work Go over the Quiz Homework Quiz Corrections Section 4.7 Day 65 11/28/2012 Objectives: Create flowchart proofs.

Develop problem solving skills. Develop Logical and visual thinking. Flowchart Thinking Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Go over Examples A and B on page 237-238. Page 239 #2 Homework Page 240 # 3,4,5,8,10. Section 4.8

Proving Special Triangle Conjecture Day 66 11/29/2012 Objectives: Practice Writing flow charts. Investigate vertex and angle bisector of isosceles triangle. Use properties of Isosceles triangle to find properties of equilateral Triangle. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up.

Go over homework questions. Homework Study the homework Pop Quiz tomorrow. Section 4.7-4.8 Review Day 67 11/29/2012 Objectives: Review and practice flow charts and properties of isosceles and equilateral triangles . Assignment

Class Work Go over the Warm up Go over questions from the Hand out. Chapter 4 Review Day 68 12/ 3/2012 Objectives: Show that pairs of angles or pairs of sides by identifying related triangles and proving them congruent. Investigate the relation among sides and angles of a triangle.

Exterior Angle Conjecture. Investigate vertex and angle bisector of isosceles triangle. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Go over problems from the Hand out. Page 252, Work on problems 7-18 all, 29, 32. Day 69 The class is in the Lab Working on sections 1.1-1.5. 12/4/2012

Chapter 4 Review Day 70 12/5/2012 Objectives: Show that pairs of angles or pairs of sides by identifying related triangles and proving them congruent. Investigate the relation among sides and angles of a triangle. Exterior Angle Conjecture. Investigate vertex and angle bisector of isosceles triangle.

Assignment Class work Go over the warm up. Go over problems from the Hand out. # 19-26 all.27*,28,29, 32. Day 70 12/6/2012 Chapter 4 Test Section 5.1 Polygon Sum Conjecture

Day 71 12/7/2012 Objectives: Discover the sum of the angle measures in a polygon. Practice construction skills. Develop reasoning. Assignment Class Work: Go over the warm up. Go over Investigation 1. and problem # 5 and 8. Start working on the

homework. Homework Page 259 # 1, 2, 3, 4, and 7. Section 5.1 Polygon Sum Conjecture Day 73 12/11/2012 Objectives: Discover the sum of the angle measures in a polygon. Practice construction skills.

Develop reasoning. Assignment Class Work: Go over the warm up. Page 260 # 9,10,13,14. Yesterdays Homework Pg 260 # 5, 6, 8, 12 DUE IN THE END OF THE CLASS. Section 5.2 Day 77 Exterior angles of a Polygon

12/14/2012 Objectives: Discover the sum of the measures of the exterior angles of a polygon. Use the formula for the measures of the exterior angles of a polygon. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Write the Exterior Angle Conjecture. Start working on the homework # 1,2,3,7.

Homework: Page 263 # 1-9 all. Make up work page 252 #7-24 all,27 and 29. Section 5.1-5.2 Day 75 12/12/2012 Objectives: Discover the sum of the angle measures in a polygon. Practice construction skills. Develop reasoning. Practice

Assignment Hand-out . Due in the end of the class. Section 5.2 Day 76 Exterior angles of a Polygon 12/13/2012 Objectives: Review concepts of sections 5.1-5.2. Early release day

Assignment Class Work Finish problems 1-3 Section 5.3 Day 77 Kite and Trapezoid Properties. 12/17/2012 Objectives: Discover the properties of kites and Trapezoids . Learn more vocabulary

Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up Complete the vocabulary of section 5.3. Homework Page 271 # 1-4 all. Lab Day 78 12/18/2012 Objectives: Plan A Review Chapters 2-3 Concepts.

Plan B If the program does not work Finish Monday's homework Practice Assignment Class Work Log in cognitive tutoring and work on assigned sections. Section 5.4 Properties of Midsegments Day 79 12/19/2012

Objectives: Define and discover properties of the midsegment in a triangle and trapezoid. Practice constructions skills. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up Write section 5.4 conjectures. Homework Page 277 # 1-8 all.

Section 5.3-5.4 Day 80 12/20/2012 Objectives: Review properties of the Kite, Trapezoids , and midsegments. Review Assignment Class Work Hand out Section 5.3 # 1-5. Section 5.4 # 1-5. Due in the end of the class

Day 81 12/21/2012 Note book Quiz Section 5.5 Day 82 Properties of a Parallelogram. 1/7/2013 Objectives: Review the definition on a

parallelogram. Discover properties of the parallelogram. Write conjectures this section. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up Complete conjectures of section 5.5. Start working on the homework Homework: Page 283 # 1-6 all, 16. Section 5.5

Parallelogram Conjectures 1. The opposite angles of a parallelogram are congruent. 2. The consecutive angles of a parallelogram are supplementary. 3. The opposite sides of a parallelogram are congruent. 4. The diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other. Section 5.6 Properties of Special Parallelograms.

Day 83 1/8/2013 Assignment Objectives: Discover the properties of Rhombus, Rectangle, and Square. Write the conjectures of this section. Class Work Go over the warm up Go over the conjectures of this section.

Start with the homework Homework Page 294 # 1-13 odd. Section 5.6 Conjectures 1. Definition . A rhombus is a parallelogram with four congruent sides Rhombus conjectures: 1. The diagonals of a rhombus are perpendicular and bisect each other. 2. The diagonals of e rhombus bisect the angles of the rhombus.

Section 5.5 Continues.. 2. Definition A rectangle is a parallelogram with four congruent angles. Rectangle conjectures: 1 The diagonals of a rectangle are congruent and bisect each other. Section 5.5 Continues.. 3. Definition A square is an equiangular rhombus or equilateral rectangle. Conjecture: 1. The diagonals of a square are congruent perpendicular and bisect each other. Section 5.7

Proving Quadrilateral Properties. Day 84 1/9/2013 Objectives: Use flowchart proofing to proof properties of different quadrilaterals. Review conjectures of sections 5.1-5.7. Assignment Class Work Go over some of the problems in the hand out.

Finish the hand out. Lab Day Day 84 1/10/2013 Objectives: Practice and review concepts learned on chapter 2. Assignment Class work Finish the assigned sections Day 85

1/11/2013 Note Book Quiz Write and sketch a figure to illustrate all conjectures of the following dates. Create a problem and use each conjecture to solve. Day 78 12/17/2012 Kite, section 5.3 Day 79 12/19/2012 Section 5.4 Day 82 1/7/2013 Section 5.5 Day 83 1/8/2013 Section 5.6

Chapter 5 Day 86 1/14/2013 Objectives: Review properties of Quadrilaterals. Use the conjectures to solve problems. Block schedule Review Assignment Class Work Note book quiz is due. Chapter 5 review

Hand out. Chapter 5 test. Section 6.1-6.2 Day 88 1/16/2013 Objectives: Review basic properties of a circle and circle vocabulary. Discover properties of a tangent of a circle. Learn more vocabulary. Block schedule. Circle

Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Complete the vocabulary of section 6.1-6.2. Write one example for each conjecture. Class Work Finish the hand out. Section 6.1 Vocabulary and Conjectures. 1.Tangent Conjecture A tangent to a circle is perpendicular to the radius to

the point of tangency. Section 6.1 . 2. Tangent Segment Conjecture Tangent segments of a circle from a point outside of the circle are congruent. Section 6.1 Vocabulary 1.Tangent Circles are circles that are tangent to the same line. 2. Internally tangent circles 3. Externally tangent circles

Section 6.2 Vocabulary and Conjectures 1. Central angle A central angle has its vertex at the center of the circle. Section 6.2 2.Inscribed Angle A inscribed angle has its vertex on the circle and its sides are chords. Section 6.2.. 1. Chord Central Angle Conjecture

If two chords in a circle are congruent, then they determine two central angles that are congruent. Section 6.2 2. Chord Arc Conjecture If two chords are congruent, then the intercepted arcs are congruent. Section 6.2 3. Perpendicular to a Chord Conjecture The perpendicular from the center of the circle to a chord is the bisector of the chord. Section 6.2.. 4. Chord Distance to Center Conjecture Two congruent chords in a circle are equidistant from

the center of the circle. Section 6.2. 5. Perpendicular Bisector of a Chord Conjecture. The perpendicular bisector of a chord passes through the center of the circle. Lab Day 99 1/17/2013 Objectives: Practice conjectures of chapter 5. Kite, Trapezoid, Parallelogram,

Rectangle ,Rhombus, and Square. Assignment Finish the assigned section. Section 6.1-6.2 Day 100 1/22/2013 Objectives: Review basic properties of a circle and circle vocabulary. Discover properties of a tangent of a circle. Learn more vocabulary.

Block schedule. Circle Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Complete the vocabulary of section 6.1-6.2. Write one example for each conjecture. Class Work Finish the hand out. Sections 6.3 Day 101 1/23/2013

Objectives: Discover the relationship between the inscribed angle of a circle and its intercepted arc. Block Schedule Arcs and Angles Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up Go over questions from the hand out. Section 6.1-6.2 hand out due. New hand out due in the

end of the class. Conjectures Section 6.3 1. Inscribed Angle Conjecture The measure of an angle inscribed in a circle is half of the measure of the inscribed Arc. 6.3 Continues .. 2.Inscribed Angle Intercepting Arc Conjecture. Inscribed angles that intercept the same arc are congruent. 6.3 Continues 3. Angles Inscribed a Semicircle Conjecture Angles inscribed in a semicircle are right angles.

6.3 Continues 4.Cyclic Quadrilateral Conjecture The opposite angles of a cyclic quadrilateral are supplementary. 6.3 Continues 5. Parallel Lines Intercepted Arc Conjecture Parallel lines intercept congruent arcs on a circle. Lab Day Day 102 1/24/2013 Objectives: Interim Assessment Test Practice sections 6.1-6.2 on

Carnegie Learning . Assignment Class Work Finish the Interim Assessment Test Work on Carnegie Learning Finish the assigned sections. Sections 6.3 Day 103 1/25/2013 Objectives: Discover the relationship between the inscribed angle

of a circle and its intercepted arc. Block Schedule Arcs and Angles Assignment Class Work Hand out I was out sick Section 6.5 Day 104 1/29/2013 Objectives: Calculate , the ratio of the

circumference of a circle to its diameter. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm Go over the conjectures of section 6.5. Homework Page 337 # 1-10 all. Section 6.7 Day 104 1/30/2013 Objectives:

Discover the Arc Length formula. Apply the Arc Length formula. Arc Length Assignment Class Work Go over the warm ups. Go over the examples and arc length conjecture. The homework is due. Homework Page 351 # 1-9 all. Conjecture of section 6.7 Arc Length Conjecture The length of an arc equals the measure of the arc divided by

360 times the circumference. Lab Dai 106 1/31/2013 Objectives: Practice conjectures of sections 6.1-6.7 Assignment Class Work Finish the assigned sections. If the cognitive tutoring does not work on problem 1-10 page 359.

2/1/2013 Teachers Planning Day Review Day 105 Sections 6.3-6.5 2/4/2013 Objectives: Discover the relationship between the inscribed angle of a circle and its intercepted arc. Calculate , the ratio of the circumference of a circle to

its diameter. Assignment Class Work Finish the worksheet 6.3 1-8 all, 6.5 1-7 all, 6.7 19 all. Review Day 106 Sections 6.3-6.5 2/5/2013 Objectives: Discover the relationship between the inscribed angle of a circle and its

intercepted arc. Calculate , the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Assignment Class Work Finish the worksheet 6.3 1-8 all, 6.5 1-7 all, 6.7 19 all. Day 107 2/6/2013 Chapter 6 Test Lab

Day 107 2/7/2013 Objectives: Discover the relationship between the inscribed angle of a circle and its intercepted arc. Calculate , the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Assignment Class Work Finish the assigned sections.

Section 8.1 Day 108 Area of Rectangles and Parallelograms 2/8/2013 Objectives: Develop the concept of the area. Derive formulas for the area of the rectangle and parallelogram. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up

Go over area of the rectangle and parallelogram investigations. Homework Page 425 # 1-9 all. Section 8.2 Areas of Triangles, Trapezoids, and Kites Day 109 2/11/2013 Objectives: Derive formulas for the area of a triangle, trapezoid, and Kite. Apply area formulas t solve problems.

Assignment Class Work Go over the warm-up. Derive the formulas for the are of triangle, trapezoid, and Kite. Write the conjectures and give examples. Homework Page 430 # 1-11 all. Section 8.3 Day 110 2/12/2013 Objectives:

Use the area of the rectangle, parallelogram, trapezoid, and kite formulas to solve word problems. Area Problems Assignment Class Work Go over the warm-up Work on problems page 435 # 1, 2, 4,5. Review Day 111 Sections 8.1-8.3 2/13/2013

Objectives: Use the area of the rectangle, parallelogram, trapezoid, and kite formulas to solve word problems Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Lesson 8.1 # 1,2,3,5 Lesson 8.2 # 1-5 all LCD PROJECTOR . Due in the end of the class!!!!! Lab Day Day 112

2/14/2013 Objectives: Use the area of the rectangle, parallelogram, trapezoid, and kite formulas to solve word problems Assignment Class Work Finish the assigned section Homework Finish the hand out from Wednesday. Section 8.4 Area of a

Regular Polygon Day 113 2/15/2013 Objectives: Derive the area of a regular polygon formula. Use the area of a regular polygon formula to solve problems. Assignment Class Work Write the conjectures of section 8.4. 30 Min of note book quiz. Homework Page 443 1-7 all.

Note Book Quiz Section 6.3 1/25/2013 Write all the conjectures and an example for each conjecture. Warm-up Day 109 2/11/2013 Section 8.5 Day 114 2/19/2013 Objectives: Apply area of circle

formula to solve problems. Develop cooperative learning Area of a Circle. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm-up. Go over area of the circle formula examples. The Fridays homework is due. Homework Page 451 # 1-9 all, and 13. Section 8.6 Day 115

Any Way You Slice It 2/20/2013 Objectives: Discover the formula and the method to calculate the area of a sector, annulus, and segment of a circle. Learn new vocabulary. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Go over lesson and examples of area of a sector,

annulus, and segment of a circle. Yesterday homework is due. Homework Page 455 # 1-7 all. Lab Day Day 116 2/21/13/2013 Objectives. Use the area of a regular polygon formula to solve problems. Apply area of circle formula to solve problems.

Develop cooperative learning Assignment Class Work Finish the assigned sections. Section 8.4-8.5 Day 115 2/22/2013 Objectives. Use the area of a regular polygon formula to solve problems.

Apply area of circle formula to solve problems. Develop cooperative learning Practice Assignment Class Work Go over homework questions. Finish the homework page 455 # 1-7 all, and problems # 9, 10, 11, 12, and page 452 # 17,18,21. Continue on the same paper as your homework. Due in the end of the class.

Section 8.7 Day 116 2/25/2013 Objectives: Review Terminology of solids. Discover methods of finding the area of solids. Practice visual thinking in three dimension. Develop problem-solving skills. Surface Area Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Go over investigations A and

B. Work on the hand out. Homework Page 466 1-6 all and 10. Chapter 7 Review Day 117 2/26/2013 Objectives: Use the area of a regular polygon formula to solve problems. Apply area of circle formula to solve problems. Develop cooperative learning

Discover methods of finding the area of solids. Practice visual thinking in three dimension. Assignment Class Work No class FCAT writing test. Lab Day Day 118 2/27/2013 Objectives: Use the area of a regular polygon formula to solve

problems. Apply area of circle formula to solve problems. Develop cooperative learning Discover methods of finding the area of solids. Practice visual thinking in three dimension. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Finish the Mondays homework. Chapter 8 Review Day 118

2/28/2013 Objectives: Use the area of a regular polygon formula to solve problems. Apply area of circle formula to solve problems. Develop cooperative learning Discover methods of finding the area of solids. Practice visual thinking in three dimension. Assignment Class Work

Go over the warm up Go over questions 17-23 all. Due today HW pg 466 1-6 all and 10. Hand out Chapter 8 Review Day 120 2/4/2013 Objectives: Use the area of a regular polygon formula to solve problems. Apply area of circle formula to solve problems. Develop cooperative learning

Discover methods of finding the area of solids. Practice visual thinking in three dimension. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up Go over questions 17-23 all. Chapter 8 Review Continues Day 120 3/4/2013 Objectives: Use the area of a regular

polygon formula to solve problems. Apply area of circle formula to solve problems. Develop cooperative learning Discover methods of finding the area of solids. Practice visual thinking in three dimension. Assignment Class Work Hand out Day 121 3/5/2013

Chapter 8 Test Section 9.1 Day 122 The Theorem of Pythagoras 3/6/2013 Objectives: Understand the Pythagorean Theorem. Use the Pythagorean Theorem to solve problems.

Learn more vocabulary Assignment Class Work Go over the Warm up Go over examples of the Pythagorean Theorem. Homework Page 481 # 1-10 all. Lab Day Day 123 3/7/2013 Objective: Understand the

Pythagorean Theorem. Use the Pythagorean Theorem to solve problems. Learn more vocabulary Assignment Class Work Finish the assigned sections. Section 9.2 The converse of the Pythagorean Theorem Day 124 3/8/2013

Objectives: Discover the Converse of the Pythagorean Theorem. Develop reading comprehension and problem solving skills. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up Go over the examples of Converse of the Pythagorean Theorem Homework is due Homework Page 486 # 1-10 all.

Chapter 8 Test Key Form A 1. 208 2. 1017.36 3. 45 4.40 5. 1230.9 6. 21 7. 62.8 8. 46.5 9. 7.1 10.82.43 11. 261 ft 12. 55 13. 252 14. 379.94 15. 864

Form B 1. 320 2. 200.1 3.90 4. 120 5. 84.3 6. 86 7. 34.54 8. 148 9. 14.5 10. 384 11. 168 12. 55 13. 252 14. 379.94 15. 864

Section 9.2 Day 125 Two Special Right Triangles. 3/11/2013 Objectives: Discovering relationships among the lengths of the sides and the hypotenuse of 45-45-90 triangle and 3060-90 triangle. Develop problem solving skills.

Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up Fridays homework is due. Go over examples of special right triangles. Homework Page 493 # 1-6 all. Numbers # 7 and 8 are extra credit. Sections 9.3- 9.5 Day 126 3/12/2013 Objectives:

Discovering relationships among the lengths of the sides and the hypotenuse of 45-45-90 triangle and 30-60-90 triangle. Develop problem solving skills. Discover the Pythagorean relationship on a coordinate plane. Use the distance formula to solve problems. Write the equation of the circle. Develop problem-solving skills. Review Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up Hand- out

Section 9.5 Distance in the Coordinate Geometry Day 127 3/13/2013 Objectives: Discover the Pythagorean relationship on a coordinate plane. Use the distance formula to solve problems. Write the equation of the circle. Develop problem-solving

skills. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up Go over examples of special right triangles. Finish the hand out. Section 9.6 Circle and Pythagoras Theorem Day 128 3/14/2013 Objectives:

Apply the Pythagorean relationship to problems involving Circle. Assignment Class Work Note book Quiz Write all warm up questions of last week Test make up Go to lunch from 10 - 11.05 In Lab from 11.05 -12.10. Section 9.5 Distance in Coordinate Geometry Day 129 3/18/2013

Objectives: Discover the Pythagorean relationship on coordinative plan. Use the distance formula to solve problems. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Go over examples of distance formula. Homework Page 504 # 1-8 all. Sections 9.1-9.5

Day 130 3/19/2013 Objectives: Discovering relationships among the lengths of the sides and the hypotenuse of 45-45-90 triangle and 30-60-90 triangle. Develop problem solving skills. Discover the Pythagorean relationship on a coordinate plane. Use the distance formula to solve problems. Write the equation of the circle. Develop problem-solving skills.

Review Assignment Class Work Go over examples from the hand out. Lesson 9.2 # 1-10 all. Lesson 9.3 # 1-6 all. Lesson 9.5 make up work. Sections 9.1-9.5 Day 131 3/20/2013 Objectives: Discovering relationships among the lengths of the sides and the hypotenuse of 45-45-90 triangle and 30-60-90 triangle.

Develop problem solving skills. Discover the Pythagorean relationship on a coordinate plane. Use the distance formula to solve problems. Write the equation of the circle. Develop problem-solving skills. Quiz Assignment Class Work Quiz Lab Day 132

3/21/2013 Objectives: Discovering relationships among the lengths of the sides and the hypotenuse of 45-45-90 triangle and 30-60-90 triangle. Develop problem solving skills. Discover the Pythagorean relationship on a coordinate plane. Use the distance formula to solve problems. Write the equation of the circle. Develop problem-solving skills. Assignment Class Work

Finish the assigned sections. Section 10.1 Day 133 The Geometry of Solids. 4/1/2013 Objectives. Learn the vocabulary of polyhedrons-prisms and pyramids in particular. Learn the vocabulary of spheres, cylinders, and cones. Practice three dimension visual thinking.

Assignment Class Work Go over the vocabulary of section 10.1. Complete the table on page 526 # 36. Homework Write the vocabulary of section 10.1 and sketch one example for each concept. Section 10.1 Day 134 The Geometry of Solids. 4/2/2013

Objectives. Learn the vocabulary of polyhedrons-prisms and pyramids in particular. Learn the vocabulary of spheres, cylinders, and cones. Practice three dimension visual thinking. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm-up Go over questions from the class work Class Work page # 524 # 223 all.

Homework Read examples of section 10.2. Section 10.2 Day 135 Volume of Prisms and Cylinders 4/3/2013 Objectives: Discover the formulas for finding the volume of Prisms and Cylinders. Practice three dimensional visual thinking.

Develop problems solving skills. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up Go over examples illustrating the volume of a Prism of a Cylinder. Finish the conjectures. Homework Page 533 # 1-4 all. Lab Day 136 4/3/2013

Objectives: Discover the formulas for finding the volume of Prisms and Cylinders. Practice three dimensional visual thinking. Develop problems solving skills. Assignment Class Work Finish the assigned problems. Section 10.2 Day 137

Volume of Prisms and Cylinders 4/5/2013 Objectives: Discover the formulas for finding the volume of Prisms and Cylinders. Practice three dimensional visual thinking. Develop problems solving skills. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up.

QUIZ Homework Read the examples of next section. Section 10.2 Day 138 Volume of Prisms and Cylinders 4/8/2013 Objectives: Discover the formulas for finding the volume of Prisms and Cylinders.

Practice three dimensional visual thinking. Develop problems solving skills. Assignments Class Work Hand out I was out sick Section 10. 3 Volume of Pyramids and Cones. Day 138 4/9/2013

Objectives: Discover the formulas for the volume of the pyramids and cones. Practice three dimensional thinking skills. Develop problem-solving skills. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up. Write the conjecture of the volume of a cone or pyramid. Go over examples. Homework

Page 540 # 1-8 all. Section 10. 3 Volume of Pyramids and Cones. Day 139 4/10/2013 Objectives: Discover the formulas for the volume of the pyramids and cones. Practice three dimensional thinking skills. Develop problem-solving skills.

Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up # 1113. Go over homework questions. Page 541 # 10 and 14 Lab Day Day 140 4/11/2013 Discover the formulas for finding the volume of Prisms and Cylinders. Practice three dimensional visual thinking. Develop problems solving

skills. Assignment Class Work Finish the assigned sections. Section 10.4 Day 141 4/12/2013 Objectives: Solve applied problems involving polyhedrons, cones, cylinders, spheres, or hemispheres. Practice three dimensional

visual thinking. Volume Problems Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up EOC # 14, 15, 16. Homework is due. Class Work/Homework Problems page 548 # 1,2,3, 4, 7, 11. Sections 10.5-10.6 Displacement, Density and the Volume of the Sphere Day 142

4/15/2013 Objectives: Apply volume formulas to find the volume of irregular shaped solids. Apply volume formulas to problems involving spheres of hemispheres. 4/17/2013 Block schedule 4/17/2013 Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up EOC # 14,15,16. Go over examples of volume

of irregular solids and volume of the sphere formula. Class Work Page 552 # 1-5 all, and 7 Page 559 # 1-5 all. Chapter 10 Review Day 143 4/16/2013 Objectives: Find the volume of polyhedrons, cones, cylinders, spheres, or hemispheres.

Solve applied problems involving polyhedrons, cones, cylinders, spheres, or hemispheres 4/18/2013 Block Schedule. Assignment Class Work Go over the warm up EOC # 20,21,22. Page 572 # 1-7 all , 9,11 and 13, 14, . Chapter 10 Test Day 146 4/19/2013

Objectives: Find the volume of polyhedrons, cones, cylinders, spheres, or hemispheres. Solve applied problems involving polyhedrons, cones, cylinders, spheres, or hemispheres Assignment Class Work Test

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