Write down the Do NOW and answer it in your classroom notebook.
These are graded. If you are absent, please be sure to make-it up.

2/28/12 and 2/29/12


1. If the circumference of a circle is 50 inches, what is the radius, diameter, and area of the circle.

2/21/12 and 2/22/12


1. Draw a circle and label the radius 10 inches. Divide the circle into 4 equal slices (pizza). Find the area of 3 pieces.

2/13/12 and 2/14/12


1. A very tall tree casts a shadow that is only 72 feet long at the same time that you cast a shadow that is only 2.25 (2' 3") feet long. You are 5.5 feet tall (5' 6"). How tall is the tree? Draw a picture. Hint: similar triangles

2/7/12 and 2/8/12


1. Draw a right triangle. Label one leg 16 " and the hypotenuse 65". Find the area of the triangle using the area formula (A = 1/2bh).

2/3/12 and 2/6/12


1. Draw a right triangle. Label the legs 12" and 16". Calculate the length of the hypotenuse using pythagorean theorem. Find the area of the triangle using the area formula (A = 1/2bh).

2/1/12 and 2/2/12

1. Draw an example of an isosceles trapezoid. Label one angle 50 degrees. Label the other three angles.

1/30/12 and 1/31/12

1. A 17 foot ladder leans against a building. It is 8 feet from the base of the building How high up the building does the ladder reach?


1/23/12 and 1/24/12
1. Vocabulary sheet chapter 7 - What are the shortcuts to prove triangles similar (3)?

2. Vocabulary sheet chapter 5 - What are the shortcuts to prove triangles congruent (5)?

1/17/12 and 1/18/12
1. What are similar polygons? Check your chapter 7 vocabulary sheet!
1/9/12 and 1/10/12
1. Would the sides 3', 4', 8' make a triangle?

1/5/12 and 1/6/12
1. Solve the Proportion
6 = 24
x + 4 400

1/3/12 and 1/4/12
1. Reduce the fraction 51/153 on your calculator.

12/20/11 and 12/21/11
1. Draw an isosceles trapezoid with a base angle marked as 50 degrees. Fill in the other three angles.

12/16/11 and 12/19/11
1. Draw a parallelogram with an angle marked as 52 degrees. Fill in the other three angles.

12/14/11 and 12/15/11
1. Draw me 2 triangles that would be congruent by SSS.

12/12/11 and 12/13/11
1. Look at your Chapter 6 vocabulary sheet. Write the definition of a parallelogram and 4 extra facts about parallelograms.



12/8/11 Section 2 ONLY!


1. Can the sides 20", 21", and 29" make a right triangle?


12/5/11 and 12/6/11

1. A 17 foot ladder leans against a building 8 feet from the base of the building. How far up the building does the ladder reach?

12/1/11 and 12/2/11



1. The measurement of the vertex angle of an isosceles triangle is 75 degrees. Determine the measurement of one of the base angles. Do not make me sing!!!!!!!!!

11/29/11 and 11/30/11


1. From the mall, Maria's house is 6 miles north and 5 miles west. Josh's house is 2 miles south and 5 miles east of the mall. What is the shortest distance between their houses? Round to the nearest whole number.

11/16/11 and 11/17/11


1. Could the sides 12 inches, 16 inches, and 20 inches make a right triangle?

2. Can you make a triangle (not necessarily) a right triangle with the sides 12 inches, 17 inches, 37 inches?

11/14/11 and 11/15/11


1. Calculate the length of a leg of a right triangle if one leg measures 14 inches and the hypotenuse measures 50 inches.


11/4/11 and 11/7/11


1. Draw a pair of parallel lines cut by a transversal. Label 1 interior angle 72 degrees and label the measures of the other 3 interior angles.

11/2/11 and 11/3/11


1. Draw an isosceles triangle. Label the vertex angle 40 degrees. Label the measures of the other 2 angles (base angles).

10/31/11 and 11/1/11

1. Draw an isosceles triangle. Label one base angle 40 degrees. Label the measures of the other 2 angles.

10/25/11 and 10/28/11



1. Find the midpoint of segment AB. A(9,8) B(-3, -10). Hint: Chapter 2 vocabulary sheet


10/21/11 and 10/24/11


1. p. 173 What are the 3 vocabulary words to classify a triangle by side?

2. p. 174 What are the 4 vocabulary words to classify a triangle by angle?

10/19/11 and 10/20/11


Corresponding Angles, Alternate Interior Angles, Same-side Interior Angles, Alternate Exterior Angles

1. If lines are parallel, which angles are congruent (equal)?

2. If lines are parallel, which angles are supplementary (add to 180 degrees?




10/17/11 and 10/18/11


1. Draw a pair of parallel lines cut by a transversal. Fill in one angle as 60 degrees. Fill in the other 7 angles.

10/13/11 and 10/14/11

1. Draw a pair of parallel lines cut by a transversal. Fill in one angle as 75 degrees. Fill in the other 7 angles.


10/11/11 and 10/12/11


1. Look at your vocabulary sheet for chapter 3. What did you list after same-side interior angles?

10/6/11 and 10/7/11


1. Draw a linear pair where the 2 angles created are equal. What is the measure of each angle?

10/4/11 and 10/5/11


1. What are skew line?
2. What are parallel lines?
3. What are perpendicular lines?



9/30/11 and 10/3/11

1. What are the first 2 assignments on Khan Academy?

9/27/11 and 9/28/11

1. How do you log in to Khan Academy?

9/23/11 and 9/26/11

1. Draw linear pair. Mark one angle 20 degrees and write the measurement of the other angle.

2. Draw 2 lines intersecting. Label one angle 60 degrees and mark the measurement of the other 3 angles.
9/21/11 and 9/22/11
1. Draw a linear pair. Mark one angle 40 degrees and write the measurement of the other angle.

2. Draw 2 lines intersecting. Label one angle 25 degrees and mark the measurement of the other 3 angles.

9/19/11 and 9/20/11

1. What is the midpoint formula?
2. Draw a segment. Mark the midpoint M. Don't forget your tick marks.


9/15/11 and 9/16/11


1. Check your vocabulary sheet. What does it mean for segments to be congruent?
2. What is an obtuse angle?


9/13/11 and 9/14/11
1. With a protractor, draw <ABC measuring 10 degrees.
2. With a protractor draw <DOG measuring 150 degrees.


9/9/11 and 9/12/11
1. Draw an angle.
2. Name your angle 3 ways.
3. Name the sides of your angle.
4. Name the vertex of your angle.
5. Classify your angle (acute, right, obtuse, straight)


9/6/11 and 9/7/11
1. What does it mean to be collinear (p. 15)?
2. What does it mean to be coplanar (p. 15)?

8/31/11 and 9/1/11
Draw a line, segment, and a ray and write the
correct notation.