W 4/16 - Geometry - Extra Credit, Test coming up
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Test on Chapter 4 on W 4/30. Study well.
Extra credit:
- p. 280 #1-6
- p. 286 - All
- Extra credit will be accepted until the Chapter 4 Test.
Test on Chapter 4 on W 4/30. Study well.
Extra credit:
Chapter 4 test is moved to W 4/30 - after break.
NO homework tonight. Bonne chance on you block test tomorrow.
pp. 276-279 #17-25, 32-36, 38-43, 45-49 odd (additional if desired - #44, 46, 50)
pp. 276-279 #1, 2, 4, 8, 10-16 even, 26-31, 51
LOOKING AHEAD: Test on Chapter 4 on Wednesday
pp. 267-270 #16-18, 21-25, 30, 31, 39-48, 57, 59
Looking ahead - Chapter 4 test on Wednesday.
pp. 267-270 #1, 2, 4-6, 8-10, 12-14, 19, 26-29, 52-56
Looking Ahead:
-Chapter 4 test on W 4/16
No new homework.
Flash cards for ALL of chapter 4 are due.
Looking ahead:
-pp. 267-270 #1, 2, 4-6, 8-10, 12-14, 19, 26-29, 52-56
-Chapter 4 test on W 4/16
Quiz on 4.4-4.6 on Tuesday.
Glash cards for all definitions, postulates, and theorems from Chapter 4 due on Wednesday.
pp. 259-263 #12-14, 18-24, 29-36, 44-46
Looking ahead: Quiz on 4.4-4.6 & Flash cards due next week
We do not meet tomorrow (W) due to watching Tale of Two Cities at Lifeline Theater.
HW - pp. 259-263 #1-11, 28, 41-43
pp. 252-255 #14-17, 21, 23-34, 36-42 even
pp. 252-255 #1, 2, 4-7, 9-13, 18-20
LOOKING AHEAD/ONGOING: Flash cards for Chapter 4 (all definitions, postulates and theorems)
p. 247 - do investigation by hand and answer questions 1-3 under "Practice"
p. 248 #1-6
Continue work on Chapter 4 flash cards (all definitions, postulates, and theorems)
pp. 243-246 #19-24, 31-39, 42-48 even
(Keep working on flash cards for this chapter.)
Quiz on 4.1-4.3 - to help you prepare for this quiz, I highly recommend #1-6 on the bottom of p. 239
pp. 243-246
#1, 2, 4-8 even, 9-18, 25-27
Be sure to look at the examples and postulate/theorem in section 4.4 before and while doing the homework.
Looking ahead:
Flash Cards for chapter 4 - including all definitions, postulates and...
No new HW. Work on last night's if not finished. Look at the pp. 232 & 233 if you haven't already.
Good luck with the end of the block.
pp. 236-239 #1-8, 10-14 even, 16-20, 22-29, 31-37 odd
Also, look over pages 232 & 233.
No new homework. Start working on flash cards for Ch. 4.
pp. 228-231 #15-21, 23-31, 33-35
Looking ahead: flash cards on all Chapter 4 definitions, postulates, and theorems
pp. 228-231 #1-14, 36-40
Looking ahead (next homework assignment):
pp. 228-231 #15-21, 23-31, 33-35
No new homework. We will finish going over the last homework tomorrow.
Looking ahead: section 4.2 - read over. Assignment: pp. 228-231 #1-14, 36-40
pp. 221-224 #1-7, 8-26 even, 27-34, 40-52, 55, 58, 62
All of chapter 3, including Taxi Cab geometry, may be on the test.
Review the chapter summary and try the exercises. Bring questions for Tuesday.
p. 199 #1-14
p. 200 #1-5
No new homework tonight. Please, see Tuesday's post for last homework.
Looking ahead - There will be an exam on Ch. 3 on W 3/4. Start studying now! Try exercises from old homeworks (especially ones you can check in back for correct answer). Be sure you know EVERY definition, theorem and postulate from this chapter.
p. 197 #1-9
Read 198-199 - Taxi Cab Geometry
Reviewing #22-24 on p. 195 will be good. We will be going over them again and discussing them at the start of class on Wednesday.
pp. 194-197 #9-14, 17-21, 29, 30, 33, 34, 40
pp. 194-197 #1, 3-7, 22-25, 42-47
Read example 6 again (p. 183). Remember reading an example means: read the example and make sure you follow it and understand it; then try the example on your own, covering the answer at first, and see if you can do it.
Then read the Alternative Method for example 6 (p. 188-189).
Be prepared to discuss in class on Wednesday.
Since we didn't finish going over section 3.5, if you haven't finished the second assignment for sect. 3.5, you have until Tuesday.
Also read section 3.6. There will be a reading quiz on it.
pp. 184-187 #31-33, 40-42, 45-48, 53-57, 60-65, 67-69
Will finish going over the last two homework assignments. If people are not prepared, there will be a pop quiz.
Everyone needs to turn in a set of index flash cards for all postulates, definitions, and theorems for chapter 3 (up to section 3.4).
Homework
pp. 184-187 #1, 2, 4-6, 9, 11-13, 17-19, 22, 24-26, 29, 49-52, 70-75
Quiz
Be prepared to answer questions on any postulates, theorems or definitions from Ch. 3 to-date (pp. 144-174).
pp. 175-178 #19-22, 26-31, 33-41, 44-48 even
We will pick up going over the previous homework at #16 on Thursday.
pp. 175-178 #1, 2, 4-6, 8-12, 14-18 even, 23-25, 43-49 odd
Finish #1-7 on p. 170.
No new HW. Finish Friday's homework if you haven't already.
Finish the homework from Thursday night.
AND
p. 170 #1-7
pp. 165-169 #18-26, 31-44, 52-54
pp. 165-169 #1, 2, 5-9, 12-17, 27, 29, 30, 46-51
No new homework
pp. 157-160 #1-3, 4-20 even, 21-34, 37-42, 44, 45, 49, 51
Test on Ch. 2 tomorrow.
Keep working on index cards. Test on Wednesday.
p. 131 - #1-4 (This is the Quiz for sections 2.6-2.7)
AND
p. 132 - #1-8 - Take this seriously and really work at it. This is the last homework before the test.
ALSO, finish making index cards with ALL the postulates, definitions, properties, and theorems. Then start using them to do your homework and to study for the test.
THE...
[read more]Continue to work on Index Cards.
Looking ahead - We will be doing the 'Quiz' on p. 131. We will also be doing questions 1-8 on p. 132 over the weekend. Begin reviewing for the exam NOW! It will be next week.
Keep working on index cards for all definitions, postulates, properties, and theorems in chapters 1 & 2.
pp. 127-131 #9-15 odd, 16, 17-29 odd, 30, 40-45
pp. 122-123 Activity - do with graph paper and protractor as well as with calculator
Read pp. 124-127 - remembering that means trying the examples on your own. Add the Postulates and Theorems to your set of Index Cards
pp. 125-131 #1-7, 36-39, 49-53
p. 121 #2-5
Also, continue to make index cards with postulates, definitions, etc.
No new homeword since we didn't have class. Index cards are due tomorrow.
Place definitions, postulates and properties from Chapter 1 on Index cards.
pp. 116-119 #13-19, 21-29, 31, 33
pp. 116-119 #1-12, 34-36.
Be sure to read through the rest of the section that we didn't go over in class.
p. 111 #1-7
Quiz on 2.4-2.5 on T 11/26
Try looking through examples in section 2.6.
No new HW. Remember to be detailed and show every step.
pp. 108-111
#21-29, 31-36, 39-42
Bonus: #30, 37 (extra points for trying, more for getting it correct)
BE SURE TO FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS -- WRITE REASONS WHEN ASKED FOR!!!!!
pp. 108-111 #1-20
Remember: write out each step.
Be prepared to exchange with your neighbor.
Reading pp. 104-108
REMEMBER: that means TRY the examples
p. 103 #1-6
pp. 99-102
# 1, 2, 4, 5, 8-10, 15-23 odd, 24-28, 30-44, 47, 50, 53
p. 95 #1-8
You lucky dogs got to go to the Oriental Instittute. So, today's quiz is on Wednesday instead. It will cover sections 2.1-2.3.
Quiz on sections 2.1-2.3 (pp.70-93) on Monday. Anything from those pages is fair game.
Reminder: test corrections are due tomorrow
pp. 90-93
#11-13, 18-28, 30-33
pp. 90-93
#1-6, 8-10, 14, 16, 17, 34-38
(selected answers - many of the odds - are on pp. SA3-SA4)
Finish the logic puzzle handed out in class today.
You may earn up to 50% of the points you missed on the Chapter 1 exam by making corrections. They are due by Friday, 11/8.
Read pp. 87-89 - which includes trying the examples. There will be a quiz on the reading.
HW was posted T 10/29.
Test on Ch. 1 is tomorrow - anything in the chapter is fair game. Study well. Bring graph paper, compass, protractor, and ruler for the exam.
HW for M 11/4:
pp. 82-85 #16-25, 33-36, 40-55
pp. 82-85 # 1, 2, 4-10, 13-15, 26-29, 31, 32
Also be preparing for the exam on Wed.
P. 78 #39-49
- oops! You already had 40-48 even on the previous homework. So, that's only 6 exercises. Happy Block Book night.
If you have any missing homework... Get it turned in. Hand it in to me at the beginning of class. Do not wait for me to ask you individually for it.
pp. 75-78 #1-5, 8-20, 22-28 even, 32-36, 40-48 even
Continue Ch. 1 review. We will begin Ch. 2 on Thursday, but I will reserve the last 5 minutes or so of class for review questions.
Begin looking over Ch. 1 reveiw and highlights. Bring questions to class on Tuesday. Test will be on 10/29 or 10/30.
To be handed in at the beginning of class.
p. 58 #1-8.
Looking ahead: Exam on Ch. 1 on T or W 10/29 or 10/30.
No homework tonight. Study for tomorrow's quiz, which will cover sections 1.4-1.7.
pp. 53-56 #23-38, 42-45, 49, 50
pp. 52-56 #1-19, 40, 41, 51, 52
No homework this weekend. I'm sorry. I hope you are not too upset. Be sure you have finished yesterday's homework, which we will finish going over on Tuesday.
There will be an extensive quiz on Friday 10/18.
Any homework that you have not yet gotten in, is due by then or it will affect your mid-term grade. You may email me to see...
[read more]pp. 46-47 #32-42, 43-53 odd
Also, we will discuss #31 from yesterday's homework.
Besides the exercises listed below, be sure to read the definitions and look over the examples on pages 42-44.
pp. 44-46 #1, 2, 4-7, 9-11, 14-17, 18-23, 25, 27, 29, 31
Bonus (for extra credit): List the names of polygons from 3 up to 100 sides.
pp. 40-41 #46-52, 56-58, 63 AND #2, 5 at bottom of pg. 41.
Read the definitions of linear and vertical angles at the top of page 37.
pp. 38-41 #1-7, 8-16 even, 17-19, 20-28 even, 29-38, 40, 42, 44
Bonus: #45
Quiz will cover sections 1.1-1.3.
There is a quiz on Friday that will cover sections 1.1-1.4 of the geometry packets.
pp. 30-32 #33-73 odd
pp. 28-30 #1-31 odd and #32
Sorry for the error yesterday.
P. 23 #1-8
&
HAVE ALL SUPPLIES WITH YOU EVERY DAY --
-Compass
-Protractor
-Ruler
-Graph paper
1) pp. 19-22, #2-54 even.
Bonus (can increase √ to √+): #55-64 all
2) Supplies need to be brought to class - this is a separate homework grade
-compass
-ruler
-protractor
-graph paper
No homework tonight. Study well for your block test tomorrow. Expect homework tomorrow night and this weekend.
pp. 12-14
#1-35 odd & 28, 30
If needed, finish any questions we didn't go over today from homework from 9/17.
pp.7-8 #40-58 even
Homework is to be handed in at the beginning of class.
pp. 5-7
#1-26, 27, 29, 31, 22, 35, 37, 38, & 39
Topics for geometry include:
• Reasoning: Patterns, Relationships, Inductive and Deductive Reasoning
• Writing: Definitions, Postulates, Theorems, and Proofs
• Describing: Properties of Lines, Angles, Triangles, Right Triangles, and Polygons
• Exploring: Congruence and Similarity, Straightedge and Compass Constructions
• Logic: The...