Assignments

Homework - Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal - Part 2

Nov. 17, 2020 Max Points: 5

Homework - Parallel Lines cut by a Transveral

Nov. 16, 2020 Max Points: 5

Homework - Proving Angles

Nov. 11, 2020 Max Points: 5

Two Problems

Nov. 01, 2020 Max Points:

Geometry Quiz - Trigonometry

Nov. 03, 2020 Max Points: 10

Homework - Trigonometry - Angles of Elevation

Oct. 29, 2020 Max Points: 5

Homework - More Trigonometry

Oct. 27, 2020 Max Points: 5

Trigonometry - Part 1

Oct. 25, 2020 Max Points: 5

Geometry Test - Pythagorean Theorem and Area

Oct. 13, 2020 Max Points: 20

The Four Fours

Oct. 08, 2020 Max Points: 5
Description:

To get credit, each student must answer two (2) questions.

Areas of Trapezoids, Rhombuses, and Kites

Oct. 08, 2020 Max Points: 5

Homework - Compound Area - Part 2

Oct. 07, 2020 Max Points: 5

Homework - Compound Area

Oct. 06, 2020 Max Points: 5

Areas of Parallelograms and Triangles

Oct. 05, 2020 Max Points: 5

Transformation Golf - Desmos Activity

Oct. 01, 2020 Max Points: 5

Homework - Pythagorean Theorem, Transformations, and Graphing Linear Equations

Sept. 29, 2020 Max Points: 5

More Pythagorean Theorem Problems

Sept. 24, 2020 Max Points: 5

Pythagorean Theorem Part 2

Sept. 23, 2020 Max Points: 5

Pythagorean Theorem Part 1

Sept. 22, 2020 Max Points: 5

Test Reflection

Sept. 16, 2020 Max Points: 10
Description:

How did you do on the test? Could you have done better? Can you explain why you did well or why you did poorly on this test? For the upcoming tests, can you think of one thing that you can do to make you more successful? What is one thing that Mr. Odegard or Ms. Ryan can do to make you more successful? To get credit for this assignment you must answer ALL of these questions clearly and coherently.

Chapter 1 Test

Sept. 14, 2020 Max Points: 20

Upload Notes 9-11-20

Sept. 11, 2020 Max Points: 5

Distance and Midpoint Problems

Sept. 09, 2020 Max Points: 5

Midpoint Problems

Sept. 07, 2020 Max Points: 5

Angle Pairs Problems

Sept. 02, 2020 Max Points: 5

Measuring Angles Problems

Sept. 01, 2020 Max Points: 5

Measuring Segments Problems

Aug. 31, 2020 Max Points: 5

8-27-20 - Naming Points Lines and Planes

Aug. 26, 2020 Max Points: 5
Description:

Please upload your notes from today to get credit for your assignment

Announcements

Nov. 16, 2020

Angles Reference Sheet**

Nov. 04, 2020

https://www.calculator.net/scientific-calculator.html

Make sure that you are carefully and correctly using a calculator for the quiz that's due today by 3:00 PM!! :)

Oct. 28, 2020

A thorough break down on how to find the measurement of angle T. This is from the first part in question 1 on the homework. Don't forget that homework is due today by 3:00 PM!

Let us know if you need any help :)

Oct. 20, 2020

Another reference sheet on SOHCAHTOA :)

Oct. 20, 2020

Reminder of Wednesday and Thursday exams schedule.

Oct. 19, 2020

Helpful reference sheet on Sine, Cosine, and Tangent :)

Use today's notes and this cheat sheet if you would like while working on the homework!

Oct. 19, 2020

Visualizing Pythagoras' theorem:
https://www.instagram.com/p/B0_UqBfHj-S/?igshid=1glvt9yh1okxp

Oct. 07, 2020

Finding the Area *Formula Cheat Sheet*

Let Mr. Odegard or I know if you need any help with the Compound Area homework assignment!

Sept. 24, 2020

Remember everyone, to find out if three numbers make a Pythagorean triple, you have to use the Pythagorean theorem formula: a ^squared + b ^squared = c ^squared. The two smaller numbers will be plugged into your a and b value, and the biggest number is your c value (the hypotenuse). After you plug each number into the formula, you just have to then square each number and determine if it's true!

Example:
2, 4, 3

Step 1: 2 ^squared + 3 ^squared = 4 ^squared
Step 2: 4 + 9 = 16
Step 3: Ask yourself, does 4 plus 9 equal 16?
Answer: No, 4 + 9 = 13, not 16. Therefore, the numbers 2, 4, 3 do NOT make a Pythagorean triple.

Sept. 18, 2020

GeoGebra Link

Sept. 10, 2020

I've gotten a couple questions about distance formula so I decided to post this link from mathisfun.com. And if you're wondering why a website is called mathisfun.com, it's because MATH IS FUN! Woo!

Sept. 09, 2020

Update - Examples using the Distance Formula & Midpoint Formula

Aug. 26, 2020

for the check in do we just comment on the classroom?