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Geo 2015-16

Geo 2015-16

Geometry 1st Semester Study Guide

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Chapter 1

We are finding and describing patterns. Also we will be using inductive reasoning to create a conjecture.

We will being using the undefined terms, point, line, plane to draw, name and label line segments, rays, lines and planes. We will be working with collinear & coplanar points.

#'s 18-50 even, 56, 58, 60, 61, 73

Partner work practicing points, lines, planes, line segments, rays, collinear, coplanar, & opposite rays.

We will be calculating the measure of segments and finding their distance on a coordinate plane.

We will be defining an angle, finding its measure with a protractor and classifying it by this measure.

#'s 2-16 evens, 17-22, 26-28, 40. In Mixed Review #63, 66, 70-73

- We will be finding the segment bisector and angle bisector.
- We will calculate the coordinates of the midpoint of a segment with given endpoints.

- We will identifying and calculating the angle measures of vertical angles and linear pairs.
- We will define, identify & find measures of complementary and supplementary angles.

Practice problems

Chapter 2

We will recognize and analyze a conditional statement.

We will write postulates about points, lines, and planes using conditional statements.

#4-22, 25-28, #30-38 evens,

Mixed Review # 61-67

We will be using Algebra properties of length & measure to calculate and justify segment and angle relationships. Such as angles at the turns of a racetrack.

(Example 5, pg. 98)

#4-23 & 32.

Mixed Review #41, 42, 45 - 50

Chapter 3

We will identifying the various angles of 2 lines cut by a transversal.

Mixed Review #49, 55, 60, 61, 62

Lesson 3.2

We will compare the types of proofs.

We will identify the names of the types of angles formed by 2 lines cut by a transversal.

Lesson 3.3

We will calculate the measure of angles when a transversal cuts through 2 parallel lines.

Proving lines are parallel by using the properties of parallel lines and their converse.

Lessons 3.6 & 3.7

- We will be calculating the slopes of lines in the coordinate plane.
- We will use these slopes to determine if the lines are Parallel & Perpendicular to each other.
- We will also use the slopes and order pair to write the equations of the lines.

Les 3.6 Pg. 168 & 169

#2-10 all, #12-24 Even, #27-32 All

Les 3.7 Pg. 175 & 176

# 2-22 All, #27, 28, 29, 30, 33, #38-41 All

Review of Chapter 3 lessons

Test, Chapter 3

Extended lessons with parallel & perpendicular lines, and proofs.

Lesson 4.1 and Chapter 5

Lesson 4.1

- We will classify triangles by their angles and sides.
- We will use the sum of interior angles corollary to calculate a missing angle in a triangle.
- We will use the exterior angle theorem to calculate angle measures in a triangle.

Chapter 6 Quadrilaterals

We will identify, name & describe polygons

We will use the sum of the measures of the interior angles of a quadrilateral to calculate the unknown measure.

Lesson 6.4

AND Write Les 6.5 Notes.

Lesson 6.5

Review for Chapter 6 test

Chapter 7 Transformations

We will identify the three basic rigid transformations and use them in a real-life situation, the designs on porch railings.

Review for Chapter 6 test

Chapter 6 Test

Welcome to 2nd Semester 2015-2016

Chapter 4 Congruent Triangles

We will identify congruent figures.

We will list the corresponding parts

#4-15, #24-29

Mixed Review #42-56 Even

Plus Worksheet #1-14

Chapter 8

Mixed Review: 347, 48, 52, 53, 54

Mixed Rev:

We will use properties of similar triangles to identify similar triangles and then solve for unknown measures.

Mixed Review

Chapter 9 Right Triangles

Take Chapter 8 Test

We will use the Pythagorean Theorem to calculate unknown side measures in right triangles.

We will classify triangles by their sides using the converse of the Pythagorean theorem: right, obtuse or acute triangle.

Mixed Review #47-54

Lesson 9.1

Mixed Review #44-51

Questions on lesson 1-5 from the

I have included a couple more videos from the problems on the

Do problems 1-29.

Use the videos in the attachments below to help you with any questions you may have on a particular section. The review wkst has examples of that section before giving you any problems.

I will add a video on a few of the problems from this review to remind "how" to write the answer. No decimals needed except for #23, the height of the tree.

We will go through the review sheets.

Take a quiz(zes?)

Enjoy Your Spring Break!!

We will be calculating the measures of the 2 acute angles, 2 legs, and the hypotenuse of right triangles.

Test Chapter 9

We will be calculating volume of solids.

Chapter 10 Circles

Lesson 10.5

Write notes for lesson 10.6

Lesson 10.6

Mixed Review #61 & 62

Monday, April 19 (P) period 3;

Tuesday, April 20 (W) Period 7;

Wednesday, April 21 (P) period 4;

Study guide work for chapter 10. Review on theorems and formulas in each section of ch. 10.

A worksheet for lesson 12.6 Surface Area and Volume of Spheres.

Thursday, April 22 (W)

Chapter 12 Volume

Assignment: a worksheet finding surface area and volume of spheres.

Chapter 11

- We will derive the formula for finding the measure of interior and exterior angles of polygons.
- We will calculate the measures of interior and exterior angles of polygons.

And Copy notes for lesson 11.2

Areas of Regular Polygons.

- We will calculate the area of an equilateral triangle given only side measures.
- We will calculate the area of a regular polygon.

And Write lesson 11.3 Notes

Perimeters & Areas of Regular Polygons

- We will calculate the ratio, in lowest terms, of perimeters of regular polygons. (Same as their scale factor.)
- We will use the perimeter ratio to calculate the area ratio of the regular polygons.

And Write 11.4 Notes

Circumference and Arc Length

- We will calculate the circumference of a circle.
- We will calculate the length of a circular arc. We will be changing the measure of an arc from degrees to linear units like inches, yards, metes, etc.

Chapter 11, 12.1 & 12.6 Review

Assignment: Review Wkst