Pre-AP Geometry Bell Ringer 1/3/14. So, how about that presentation of the best team in the country? Answer to be turned in today: Are you happy with your performance from the 1 st semester? Why or why not? What can I do to make it better for you to learn?
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So, how about that presentation of the best team in the country?
Answer to be turned in today:
Are you happy with your performance from the 1st semester? Why or why not?
What can I do to make it better for you to learn?
What can you do to make it easier for you this semester?
Please continue filling in and studying the first page of your vocabulary notes sheet.
Find the missing numbered angle in the parallelograms.
Answer the following questions with always sometimes or never.
1. Squares are parallelograms.
2. Rectangles are rhombi.
3. Regular quadrilaterals are polygons.
4. Parallelograms have four congruent sides.
Please fill out the rest of the vocabulary on the back of your coral vocabulary sheet.
Answer the following questions with all, some, or no.
__________ rectangles are squares.
__________squares are regular quadrilaterals
__________ parallelograms have four congruent angles
__________rhombuses have oppisite angles supplementary.
*Please turn in all bell ringers thus far. Staple if needed and put in basket.
*Please also turn in your eLearning assignment to the basket if you have not already done so.
*Please turn in projects to the desk in the front of the room.
Solve each proportion:
The ratio of the length to the width of a rectangle is 9:4. The width of the rectangle is 52mm. Write and solve a proportion to find the length.
What is the difference between a ratio and a proportion?
A baseball team played 154 regular season games. The ratio of the number of games they won to the number of games they lost was 5/2. How many games did they win? How many games did they lose?
Does each set of numbers create a right, acute, or obtuse triangle?
1. 6, 8, 10
2. 7, 16, 18
3. 16, 30, 34
**Study Guide for your 9 Weeks test is to study the previous study guides and I will provide extra practice problems for the new information tomorrow.**