Ms. Armes - JCLC

2016-17 Geometry

2016-17 Geometry

Chapter 1

Day 1 Geometry Basics

We will be learning geometry terms that will be used throughout this geometry class the whole year. The 3 undefined terms of Geo are "point, line, & plane". We can only describe them.

- We will calculate the distance between 2 coordinate points using the distance formula.
- We will calculate the coordinate of the midpoint of a segment given the 2 end points.

- We will calculate the coordinate of one endpoint when given the other end point and the midpoint.

- We will be working with angles

- We will have a quiz over lessons 1 & 2.

Unit 2

- We will use inductive reasoning to determine how to calculate additional numbers when give a list of numbers, or figures.

- We will write a conjecture explaining our reasoning.

- We will determine if a statement is true or false by finding a counterexample, if possible.

- We will create if-then conditional statement from a two given phrases.

- We will write the inverse, converse and contrapositive of the conditional statement we created.

Friday, Sept. 2 (W)

We will take the NWEA testing on chrome book

Monday, Sept 5 Labor Day NO SCHOOL!

- We are reviewing the properties of equalities.
- We will apply the properties of equality to help complete algebraic proofs.

- click on "2016-17 Geometry"
- "Unit 2"
- "2.6 Properties of Equality and Algebraic Proofs"
- "Notes" Complete your note pages
- "Homework 2.6" Complete assignment 2.6

And any Geometry student absent from class today, Wednesday, Sept 7!

- We will start with segment proofs and the properties that go with them.

- We will continue working with segment proofs and will work on the angle properties for angle proofs.

Homework 8 # 1-13

We will go over the proofs' assignment.

Unit 3 Parallel Lines

Unit 2's Quest (Proofs)

I HAVE a BLANK COPY of the notes for

Unit 3.1 Parallel Lines & Transversal

We will identify the congruent angles created when 2 parallel lines are cut by a transversal.

(See attachments below for notes or if you want the assignment page altogether as a pdf.)

We will use the converse of the properties of parallel lines to prove lines parallel.

We will determine the slopes of lines to classify the types of lines that are given to us.

We will create equations of lines using slope-intercept and point-slope formulas when given various forms of information.

Unit 3 Study Guide

Unit 4 Proving Triangles Congruent

Unit 4.1

Assignment: Unit 4.1 homework Wkst.

Unit 4.2 Isosceles & Equilateral Triangles

Unit 5 Relationships in Triangles

- We will use the Triangle Midsegment Theorem to calculate the sides and angle measures in a triangle.
- We will use prior knowledge of parallel lines cut by a transversal to help calculate the angle measures.

Unit 6 Similar Triangles

- We will identify and create ratios and proportions to calculate measures in triangles.

- We will identify the scale factors on similar polygons.
- We will create the proportions for the corresponding sides to calculate the unknown measures.

- We will prove triangles similar by AA, SAS, SSS

No school Nov. 23-25

Unit 9.1

Unit 9.1 Transformations

Reflections

Translations

Rotations

Dilations

We will look at corresponding sides and angles in transformations.

We will look at line symmetry in figures.

(Final Exam Review will be pasted out so you can start working on the problems.)

Wednesday, Dec. 14

Activity with Transformations

Quick Quiz

Unit 7

Unit 7.1 Angle measures of Polygons

Monday, Jan 16 (W)

Assignment

Quiz on Friday, Jan. 20th

Assignment

Unit 7.1-7.4 Quiz

Copy the odd problems on 7.5 notes.

Unit 7.6

Bring your Chromebook---

Tuesday, Feb. 7 (W)

TEST on Unit 7

Unit 8 Right Triangles & Trigonometry

- We will apply the pythagorean theorem to calculate the unknown side measures of right triangles.

Period 5 students...stop by my room and pick up the unit 8.2 note paper.

Monday, Feb. 13, 2017 (W)

Unit 8.2

- We will apply the ratio of sides of a 30-60-90 degree triangle to calculate the unknown side measures of special right triangles.
- We will apply the ratio of sides of a 45-45-90 degree triangle to calculate the unknown side measures of special right triangles.

- We will write the trigonometric ratios of the side measures on a right triangle.
- We will calculate the unknown side measures on a right triangle applying the sine, cosine & tangent ratios.

- We will calculate the unknown angle measures on a right triangle applying the sine, cosine, & tangent ratios.

copy the Bell Work for #11 & 12 (in attachments below)