**Getting ready for the Final**

How to do constructions

You'll have to do one of the following:

Perpendicular Bisector

Bisect an Angle

Regular Hexagon

Circumscribed Square

Probability Video Clip

Solutions to the original review are below.

**Last Pair of Unit Tests will be this Friday, 12/12. One will cover circles and parabolas, and the other will cover probability**

Solutions to Circles/Parabolas Study Guide

Solutions to Probability Study Guide

And while I'm at it, posting things to my blog, here's a sample of how the optional project should look when you're done... Maybe a little neater than mine though!

**We have 2 more unit tests remaining and our final. All of this will occur after our EOC which is scheduled for 12/2 & 3.**

**Students are encouraged to review/practice for the EOC via the review packet that was handed out in class on Friday 11/21.**

Solutions to the EOC Review

**The 2nd circles test is Friday 11/14. It will cover circumference and arc length, area of circles and sectors, surface area & volume of round solids, Cavalierri's principle and radian measure.**

Study Guide Blank copy

Solutions.

Solutions to worksheet will be posted later tonight.

Video Clip for converting between degrees and radians. Which is what we covered on Wednesday.

It's the backwards-writing girl. She goes a little more into it than I did. She has info below the video on how to skip to exactly what you need.

**The 1st Circles test will be Friday 11/7. It will cover circle-angle relationships and circle-segment relationships.**

Blank Review

Solutions

Videos on Angle Relationships:

Angles on the circle

Videos on Segment Relationships

Segments and Circles

**Next Test is Friday 10/24 and will cover trigonometry.**

Blank Copy of the Study Guide

Solutions

Solutions to the applications worksheet.

Here's a video covering the very basics of trigonometry.

A video on using trig to solve a simple problem

A video on using trig to solve word problems.

A video on simply finding trig ratios (just watch the first 5min)

**The 2nd test over actual geometry will cover triangle congruence, special triangle segments, and parallelograms. Currently Scheduled for Tue, 10/14**

Blank Copy of the Study Guide

And the solutions.

Some video clips that might help!

4min clip on SSS & SAS

5min clip on ASA & AAS

a clip covering HL

Here's a longer clip, but it really does a good job explaining how to write a congruence statement.

And another one. Super annoying guy discusses ASA, AAS & HL.

For your enjoyment, The Wind & Mr. Ug

**Next Test covering the Basics of Geometry will be Thu 10/2**

Solutions to the study guide

Video Clip - using similar triangles to set up and solve proportions. An EZ example followed by some more difficult problems.

**Unit 2b Test will cover graphs of quadratic equations and is currently scheduled for Wed, 9/10**

Solutions to Review

Video Clip of finding the vertex of a parabola from standard or vertex form. (Backwards writing girl)

Long Video -

*Slightly*different take on graphing quadratics from standard form, but I like it. On the other hand, this math teacher might be the most annoying teacher on the planet, and I'm affraid I'm kind of like him. :\

**Next test is scheduled for Thu 8/28 and will cover solving quadratics:**

Solutions to the Study Guide

There's a mistake! I made a mistake in the solutions! #4 should be (x - 6)(x - 4)

Also, #9 is different on your study guide. I did it on the board today for you though!

Blank Study Guide if you'd like.

Video on Solving by factoring... Stop at 6:11 or so. I'm not a fan of the big X method that she goes into at that point.

Extra Practice Packet for solving by factoring that I showed you in class on Friday

Backwards-writing girl talking about solving equations by factoring.

Don't be offended... it's about solving with the quadratic formula.

**The Unit 1 test is scheduled for Thu 8/13.**

Solutions to the study guide!!

Video Clip - How to multiply polynomials (less than 2min long!)

Here's a video clip on multiplying complex numbers.

And dividing complex numbers (using the conjugate)

Vihart video "i used to exist in a single world..."