- Instructor
- Mrs. Natalia Avila
- Term
- Semester 2
- Department
- Math

No upcoming assignments.

Submit picture of a triangle (with measurements) and ratios we created in class.

It should look like picture in the slide 4.

It should look like picture in the slide 4.

1. Watch video attached "Math Antics - The Pythagorean Theorem" and copy all of the examples into your notebooks.

2. In your notebooks, solve and show step by step work for the following problems ONLY:

1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 15, 17. (last two pages have the answers. Try to solve yourself first, then check your answers against the provided answer key. MUST SHOW WORK TO GET CREDIT)

3. Take pictures of your work and attach them here.

4. Take an exit ticket (posted separately)

2. In your notebooks, solve and show step by step work for the following problems ONLY:

1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 15, 17. (last two pages have the answers. Try to solve yourself first, then check your answers against the provided answer key. MUST SHOW WORK TO GET CREDIT)

3. Take pictures of your work and attach them here.

4. Take an exit ticket (posted separately)

Please submit the picture of the classwork (was done in class on 4/5/21): We created a dilated copy of a triangle (See slide 2) in your notebooks.

In your notebooks, do the step by step solutions for the worksheets below. Please pay attention for specific numbers of the problems that are requested. In addition, I provided answer key for you, so it is very important to show me the step-by-step solutions to get to those answers. (work with just answers will receive zero points)

1) Worksheet #1: only problems 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 12

2) Worksheet #2: only 6 problems on the worksheet with answers at the bottom. (please see a screenshot from the previous classwork with similar example attached below)

Take pictures of your work and post them here.

1) Worksheet #1: only problems 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 12

2) Worksheet #2: only 6 problems on the worksheet with answers at the bottom. (please see a screenshot from the previous classwork with similar example attached below)

Take pictures of your work and post them here.

Please review homework from 3/15/21. The answer key is attached below. Please compare your answers with the answer key and make corrections. If you did not finish all the problems on the slides 7-13, please use the answer key to finish by coping the answers into your desmos slides. (last answer cut off, but should read: By the Reflexive Property of Congruence)

We are familiar with dilation with the center at origin where we simply multiply every number of each coordinate by the dilation factor. Please watch a quick video about Dilation center NOW is NOT located at the origin. The dilation center can be any point. Copy two examples from this video and attach pictures of your work here to get credit for this classwork.

For next class on Thursday, Please make sure to have notebook ( graph paper preferred), two color markers, pencil, eraser, and RULER!!!

We are familiar with dilation with the center at origin where we simply multiply every number of each coordinate by the dilation factor. Please watch a quick video about Dilation center NOW is NOT located at the origin. The dilation center can be any point. Copy two examples from this video and attach pictures of your work here to get credit for this classwork.

For next class on Thursday, Please make sure to have notebook ( graph paper preferred), two color markers, pencil, eraser, and RULER!!!

Slides done in class: 1-9 (see screenshots of the examples for those slides)

Homework: Slides 10-13 Must be done before next class. We will be checking and presenting this homework.

Homework: Slides 10-13 Must be done before next class. We will be checking and presenting this homework.

Check your cards matching for the slide 6 done in the class (answer screenshot is attached)

Homework: For slides 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 write in the description of the congruent parts of the given triangles (see examples for slide 7 and slide 8 attached below)

Homework: For slides 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 write in the description of the congruent parts of the given triangles (see examples for slide 7 and slide 8 attached below)

1) Watch the video on "Dilation Transformation"

2) Use the desmos link to work on 6 problems

2) Use the desmos link to work on 6 problems

Please finish all problems on the slides 10-18 as a homework.

Watch attached 10 minutes video and take notes on the Rotation and Reflection parts of the video. Take pictures of your notes and posted here.

Watch attached 10 minutes video and take notes on the Rotation and Reflection parts of the video. Take pictures of your notes and posted here.

Homework:

Slides 7, 8 and 9

Explain your answers in desmos.

Click to submit this assignment when finished.

Slides 7, 8 and 9

Explain your answers in desmos.

Click to submit this assignment when finished.

Homework Assignment:

Copy Slide 9 example into your note books

Copy Slide 10 graph into your note books

Use the slide 9 example to help your to solve every angle on the slide 10 graph (in your note books) each step MUST have an explanation

Take pictures of your work and attach them to this assignment.

Post your answers into desmos activity as well.

Copy Slide 9 example into your note books

Copy Slide 10 graph into your note books

Use the slide 9 example to help your to solve every angle on the slide 10 graph (in your note books) each step MUST have an explanation

Take pictures of your work and attach them to this assignment.

Post your answers into desmos activity as well.

For this assignment create graphs with descriptions in your notebooks.

1) copy a graph for Vertical Angles (slide # 9)

2) Graph for Linear Angles (slide #10)

3) Graph for Alternate interior angles (slide # 12)

4) Graph of Exterior angle of a triangle (slide # 17)

5) Slide #19: play with the parallel lines to see what happen to the Vertical angles, linear angles, and alternate interior angles when lines are not longer parallel. Write a conclusion about your findings in your notes.

Post pictures of your notes here.

1) copy a graph for Vertical Angles (slide # 9)

2) Graph for Linear Angles (slide #10)

3) Graph for Alternate interior angles (slide # 12)

4) Graph of Exterior angle of a triangle (slide # 17)

5) Slide #19: play with the parallel lines to see what happen to the Vertical angles, linear angles, and alternate interior angles when lines are not longer parallel. Write a conclusion about your findings in your notes.

Post pictures of your notes here.

Please take a look to the attachment. I added a helpful reference on how to translate word description into geometry symbols. Try your best on the slide 8. We will work on it more in class. Please go over all of the other slides to make sure they are all finished.