Week 37: June 3rd - June 7th, 2013

1. Copy pages 3, 4, and 15 into review packet.

2. Start bringing in Geometry textbooks (if you don't need/use them to study).

1. Copy pages 2, 4, 6 - 7 into review packet. (For pages 6 - 7 you will need a compass and a ruler!)

2. REMINDER: Final Assessment #2 on Friday, June 7th!

Week 36: May 28th - May 31st, 2013

1. Copy pages 10 and 11 into your Regents Review packet.

2. Final Assessment #1 on Friday, May 31st, 2013.

1. Copy pages 8 and 12 into your Regents Review packet.

1. Final Assessment #1 tomorrow!

1. Copy pages 12, 13, and 16 into your Regents Review packet.

Week 35: May 20th - May 24th, 2013

1. Finish classwork - Unit 10 - Properties of Planes

2. Unit 10 Test on Friday, May 24th. See topics here.

1. Finish classwork - Unit 10 - Practice with Planes

2. Unit 10 Test on Friday, May 24th. See topics here.

1. Complete online quiz.

2. Unit 10 Test on Friday, May 24th. See topics here.

Friday - 5/24

1. Copy pages 8 and 9 from the Regents/Outcomes Review page into your Regents Review packet.

Week 34: May 13th - May 17th, 2013

1. Finish classwork - Unit 10 - Conditionals

1. Finish classwork - Unit 10 - Compound Statements

1. Complete the following exercises in your blue review book: page 11 #s 7, 8 and page 41 #s 1 - 3, 6

Week 33: May 6th - May 10th, 2013

1. Finish classwork: Unit 9 - Classwork - Surface Area and Lateral Area

2. Unit 9 HW Handout #1 - Due Wednesday

3. Unit 9 Test - Monday, May 13th, 2013. See topics here.

1. Unit 9 HW Handout #1 - Due tomorrow

2. Unit 9 HW Handout #2 - Due Thursday

3. Unit 9 Test - Monday, May 13th, 2013. See topics here.

1. Unit 9 HW Handout #2 - Due tomorrow

2. BRING REVIEW BOOKS TO CLASS TOMORROW!

3. Study! Unit 9 Test - Monday, May 13th, 2013. See topics here.

Week 32: April 29th - May 3rd, 2013

1. Finish classwork: Unit 9 - Classwork - Practice with Volume

1. Finish classwork: Unit 9 - Classwork - More Volume

2. Unit 9 HW Handout #1 - Due Wednesday

Week 31: April 22nd - April 26th, 2013

1. Finish classwork: Unit 8 - Notations and Transformations2. Unit 8 Test on Monday. See topics here.

1. Finish classwork: Unit 8 - Compositions of Transformations

2. Unit 8 Test on Monday. See topics here.

1. Unit 8 Test on Monday. Study! See topics here.

Week 30: April 15th - April 19th, 2013

1. Complete Unit 8 - Line of Reflection Handout

Week 29: April 8th - April 12th, 2013

1. On looseleaf - page 388 #s 45 - 48. Show all of your work, even for the multiple choice questions!

2. Study for test on Tuesday, April 16th

1. On looseleaf - page 394 - 395 #s 15 - 20, 49 - 512. 2.

2. Study for test on Tuesday, April 16th

1. Finish GSP Investigation - Exploring Proportions in Triangles

2. Study for test on Tuesday, April 16th

1. Complete Unit 7 - HW Handout #3

2. Study for test on Tuesday, April 16th

Week 28: April 3rd - April 5th, 2013

1. Complete Unit 7 - HW Handout #1

1. Complete Unit 7 - HW Handout #2

Week 27: March 18th - March 22nd, 2013

1. Review for Test on Thursday, March 21st. See topics here.

1. Spring Break work. Find your assignment here.

Week 26: March 11th - March 15th, 2013

1. Finish today's classwork: Compound Locus.

2. Unit 6 Test on Thursday, March 21st. See topics here.

1. Quiz Corrections! Re-do any questions ON LOOSELEAF that you got incorrect on Unit 6 Quiz 1 and staple it to your quiz. Due tomorrow.

2. Complete the Khan Academy exercises Equations of Circles and Graphing Circles. Be sure to login so I can track your progress. Due Wednesday.

3. Bring in $5 for Review book.

Week 25: March 4th - March 8th, 2013

1. On looseleaf - page 697 #s 1, 6, 12, 18, 19 (for numbers 18 and 19 you don't need to graph!)

2. Bring in $5 for your Regents Review book!

1. Unit 6 - HW Handout #1 - Due Wednesday

2. Quiz on Friday, March 8th. See topics here.

Week 24: February 25th - March 1st, 2013

1. Finish classwork - Practice With Tangents, Chords, and Inscribed Angles - Due Monday.

1. Finish Chords Properties Investigation, if it wasn't completed in class.

Week 23: February 20th - 22nd, 2013

I'm out this week! Find the agenda and classwork here.

Week 22: February 11th - 15th, 2013

1. Complete Unit 5 - Quadrilateral Proofs on a Coordinate Plane, if it wasn't finished in class. Due tomorrow.

2. Complete Unit 5 - Quadrilateral Midpoint Investigation - Due Thursday

1. Unit 5 test on Friday, February 15th, 2013. See topics here.

Week 21: February 4th - 8th, 2013

1. Khan Academy exercise: Simplifying Radicals due tomorrow.

2. Classwork - Practice with Properties of Quadrilaterals due tomorrow.

1. Complete the Khan Academy exercise: Simplifying Radicals. Make sure you login so I can track your porgress!

1. Design your own question that requires using the Polygon Angle Sum Theorem: (n-2)x180. Turn in on looseleaf tomorrow.

1. Complete Classwork (conjectures about special quadrilaterals) if it wasn't completed in class.

Week 20: January 28th - February 1st, 2013

1. Complete classwork on looseleaf if it was not completed in class:

page 309 #s 19, 22

page 339 #s 12, 22

page 161-162 #s 23, 47, 48

ES - page 163 #58

1. Complete GSP investigations (Sum of Interior Angles and Sum of Exterior Angles) if not completed in class.

2. Quiz on Monday 2/4/13! See topics here.

Week 18: January 14th - 18th, 2013

1. ES opportunity! Complete this proof for a chance to earn an "ES" for outcome #1! (Note: Due to the nature of the proof, it would be nearly impossible for two students to produce the same proof. Therefore, if I suspect copying, neither student will receive credit. This proof is to be completed individually!)

2. Regents Week next week! No school for students!

You are to complete the Khan Academy exercise Identifying Slope of a Line. You should keep completing the exercise until your screen says "Nice work! You're ready to move on." as shown below:

**Monday - 6/3**1. Copy pages 3, 4, and 15 into review packet.

2. Start bringing in Geometry textbooks (if you don't need/use them to study).

**Tuesday - 6/4**1. Copy pages 2, 4, 6 - 7 into review packet. (For pages 6 - 7 you will need a compass and a ruler!)

2. REMINDER: Final Assessment #2 on Friday, June 7th!

Week 36: May 28th - May 31st, 2013

**Tuesday - 5/28**1. Copy pages 10 and 11 into your Regents Review packet.

2. Final Assessment #1 on Friday, May 31st, 2013.

**Wednesday - 5/29**1. Copy pages 8 and 12 into your Regents Review packet.

**Thursday - 5/30**1. Final Assessment #1 tomorrow!

**Friday - 5/31**1. Copy pages 12, 13, and 16 into your Regents Review packet.

Week 35: May 20th - May 24th, 2013

**Monday - 5/20**1. Finish classwork - Unit 10 - Properties of Planes

2. Unit 10 Test on Friday, May 24th. See topics here.

**Tuesday - 5/21**1. Finish classwork - Unit 10 - Practice with Planes

2. Unit 10 Test on Friday, May 24th. See topics here.

**Wednesday - 5/22**1. Complete online quiz.

2. Unit 10 Test on Friday, May 24th. See topics here.

Friday - 5/24

1. Copy pages 8 and 9 from the Regents/Outcomes Review page into your Regents Review packet.

Week 34: May 13th - May 17th, 2013

**Wednesday - 5/15**1. Finish classwork - Unit 10 - Conditionals

**Thursday - 5/16**1. Finish classwork - Unit 10 - Compound Statements

**Friday - 5/17**1. Complete the following exercises in your blue review book: page 11 #s 7, 8 and page 41 #s 1 - 3, 6

Week 33: May 6th - May 10th, 2013

**Monday - 5/6**1. Finish classwork: Unit 9 - Classwork - Surface Area and Lateral Area

2. Unit 9 HW Handout #1 - Due Wednesday

3. Unit 9 Test - Monday, May 13th, 2013. See topics here.

**Tuesday - 5/7**1. Unit 9 HW Handout #1 - Due tomorrow

2. Unit 9 HW Handout #2 - Due Thursday

3. Unit 9 Test - Monday, May 13th, 2013. See topics here.

**Wednesday - 5/8**1. Unit 9 HW Handout #2 - Due tomorrow

2. BRING REVIEW BOOKS TO CLASS TOMORROW!

3. Study! Unit 9 Test - Monday, May 13th, 2013. See topics here.

Week 32: April 29th - May 3rd, 2013

**Thursday - 5/2**1. Finish classwork: Unit 9 - Classwork - Practice with Volume

**Friday - 5/3**1. Finish classwork: Unit 9 - Classwork - More Volume

2. Unit 9 HW Handout #1 - Due Wednesday

Week 31: April 22nd - April 26th, 2013

**Monday - 4/22**1. Finish classwork: Unit 8 - Notations and Transformations2. Unit 8 Test on Monday. See topics here.

**Tuesday - 4/23**1. Finish classwork: Unit 8 - Compositions of Transformations

2. Unit 8 Test on Monday. See topics here.

**Friday - 4/26**1. Unit 8 Test on Monday. Study! See topics here.

Week 30: April 15th - April 19th, 2013

**Friday - 4/19**1. Complete Unit 8 - Line of Reflection Handout

Week 29: April 8th - April 12th, 2013

**Monday - 4/8**1. On looseleaf - page 388 #s 45 - 48. Show all of your work, even for the multiple choice questions!

2. Study for test on Tuesday, April 16th

**Tuesday - 4/9**1. On looseleaf - page 394 - 395 #s 15 - 20, 49 - 512. 2.

2. Study for test on Tuesday, April 16th

**Wednesday - 4/10**1. Finish GSP Investigation - Exploring Proportions in Triangles

2. Study for test on Tuesday, April 16th

**Friday - 4/12**1. Complete Unit 7 - HW Handout #3

2. Study for test on Tuesday, April 16th

Week 28: April 3rd - April 5th, 2013

**Thursday - 4/4**1. Complete Unit 7 - HW Handout #1

**Friday - 4/5**1. Complete Unit 7 - HW Handout #2

Week 27: March 18th - March 22nd, 2013

**Monday - Wednesday - 3/18 - 3/20**1. Review for Test on Thursday, March 21st. See topics here.

**Friday - 3/22**1. Spring Break work. Find your assignment here.

Week 26: March 11th - March 15th, 2013

**Wednesday - 3/13 -**1. Finish today's classwork: Compound Locus.

2. Unit 6 Test on Thursday, March 21st. See topics here.

**Monday - 3/11 -**1. Quiz Corrections! Re-do any questions ON LOOSELEAF that you got incorrect on Unit 6 Quiz 1 and staple it to your quiz. Due tomorrow.

2. Complete the Khan Academy exercises Equations of Circles and Graphing Circles. Be sure to login so I can track your progress. Due Wednesday.

3. Bring in $5 for Review book.

Week 25: March 4th - March 8th, 2013

**Friday - 3/8 -**1. On looseleaf - page 697 #s 1, 6, 12, 18, 19 (for numbers 18 and 19 you don't need to graph!)

2. Bring in $5 for your Regents Review book!

**Monday - 3/4 -**1. Unit 6 - HW Handout #1 - Due Wednesday

2. Quiz on Friday, March 8th. See topics here.

Week 24: February 25th - March 1st, 2013

**Thursday - 2/28 -**1. Finish classwork - Practice With Tangents, Chords, and Inscribed Angles - Due Monday.

**Tuesday - 2/26 -**1. Finish Chords Properties Investigation, if it wasn't completed in class.

Week 23: February 20th - 22nd, 2013

I'm out this week! Find the agenda and classwork here.

Week 22: February 11th - 15th, 2013

**Tuesday - 2/12 -**1. Complete Unit 5 - Quadrilateral Proofs on a Coordinate Plane, if it wasn't finished in class. Due tomorrow.

2. Complete Unit 5 - Quadrilateral Midpoint Investigation - Due Thursday

**Monday - 2/11 -**1. Unit 5 test on Friday, February 15th, 2013. See topics here.

Week 21: February 4th - 8th, 2013

**Thursday - 2/7 -**1. Khan Academy exercise: Simplifying Radicals due tomorrow.

2. Classwork - Practice with Properties of Quadrilaterals due tomorrow.

**Wednesday - 2/6 -**1. Complete the Khan Academy exercise: Simplifying Radicals. Make sure you login so I can track your porgress!

**Tuesday - 2/5 -**1. Design your own question that requires using the Polygon Angle Sum Theorem: (n-2)x180. Turn in on looseleaf tomorrow.

**Monday - 2/4 -**1. Complete Classwork (conjectures about special quadrilaterals) if it wasn't completed in class.

Week 20: January 28th - February 1st, 2013

**Thursday - 1/31 -**1. Complete classwork on looseleaf if it was not completed in class:

page 309 #s 19, 22

page 339 #s 12, 22

page 161-162 #s 23, 47, 48

ES - page 163 #58

**Wednesday - 1/30 -**1. Complete GSP investigations (Sum of Interior Angles and Sum of Exterior Angles) if not completed in class.

2. Quiz on Monday 2/4/13! See topics here.

Week 18: January 14th - 18th, 2013

**Friday - 1/18 -**1. ES opportunity! Complete this proof for a chance to earn an "ES" for outcome #1! (Note: Due to the nature of the proof, it would be nearly impossible for two students to produce the same proof. Therefore, if I suspect copying, neither student will receive credit. This proof is to be completed individually!)

2. Regents Week next week! No school for students!

You are to complete the Khan Academy exercise Identifying Slope of a Line. You should keep completing the exercise until your screen says "Nice work! You're ready to move on." as shown below:

Week 17: January 7th - 11th, 2013

1. Unit 4 Test - Thursday, January 17th, 2013. See topics here.

Week 16: January 2nd - 4th, 2013

1. Unit 4 HW Handout #1 - Due Monday, January 7th

1. Complete classwork, if it wasn't completed in class. Due tomorrow.

Weeks 14 & 15: December 10th, 2012 - December 21st, 2012

Intensives for these two weeks! Enjoy your learning experiences!

Don't forget about your winter break assignment. It's due January 2nd, 2013. Have a safe and wonderful holiday!

Week 13: December 3rd, 2012 - December 7th, 2012

1. Quiz tomorrow! See topics here. See review sheets and answers under day 7 here.

1. Quiz on Thursday! See topics here.

Week 12: November 26th - 30th, 2012

1. Answer on looseleaf: page 294 #s 35, 38 (Explain and show all work for #38!)

1. Complete the Triangle Inequality Investigation if it wasn't completed in class.

1. Complete Unit 4 - Classwork #1. Due Wednesday, 11/28

2. Define words #2 and #3 on your Unit 4 Vocab sheet.

Week 11: November 19th - 21st, 2012

1. The Albert Einstein Puzzle. Find the instructions here! Show any/all work on a separate sheet of paper. I don't care about the correct answer - just show me what work you did!

1. Unit 3 Test tomorrow! Find the answers to the review sheet for #1 here and #2 here.

Week 10: November 13th - 16th, 2012

1. Complete classwork - Review Unit 3 #1.

2. Unit 3 Test - Tuesday, November 20th. See test topics here.

1. Complete the following exercise on looseleaf: page 50 #40 (you will need a compass!)

2. Unit 3 Test - Tuesday, November 20th. See test topics here.

1. Complete the following exercises on looseleaf: page 267-268 #s 8 - 16

2. Unit 3 Test - Tuesday, November 20th. See test topics here.

1. Complete the following exercises on looseleaf: page 263 #s 30 - 34 ES page 264 #38

2. Unit 3 Test - Tuesday, November 20th. See test topics here.

Week 9: November 5th - 9th, 2012

1. Complete the following exercises in your notebook:

page 180 #s 49 - 52, and 7 - 10 (from checkpoint quiz 2).

1. Complete classwork handout if it wasn't completed in class.

1. Quiz tomorrow! See topics here. (Click here for an awesome web site to review!)

1. Read page 274. Answer the following questions in your notebook: page 276 #s 8, 9, 11, 13, 19 - 22, 28

2. Quiz on Thursday! See topics here.

Week 8: October 28th - November 2nd, 2012

No school all week! Hurricane Sandy!

Week 7: October 22nd - 26th, 2012

No homework this week!

Week 6: October 15th - 19th, 2012

1. Define all vocabulary words on the Unit 3 Vocab list.

Week 5: October 9th - 12th, 2012

1. Test on Monday! Review Unit 2 and Review Unit 2 Answers.

1. Complete Unit 2 HW Handout #1.

1. Finish proofs from classwork.

1. Answer the following questions on looseleaf. Due Tomorrow.

Page 132 - 133 #s 18, 32, 45

2. Unit 2 Test - Monday, October 15th, 2012. See topics here.

Week 4: October 1st - 5th, 2012

1. Answer the following questions on looseleaf. Due Tomorrow.

Directions: Use inductive reasoning to test each conjecture below. Decide if the conjecture seems true of false. If it seems false, give a counterexample.

1. The square of a number is larger than that number.

2. Every multiple of 11 is a "palindrome," that is, a number that reads the same forward and backward.

3. The difference of two consecutive square numbers is an odd number.

ES - When Karl Gauss (a mathematician from the 18th century) was in 3rd grade, he took ten seconds to sum the integers from 1 to 100. Find a fast way to sum the integers from 1 to 100. Then, find a way to sum the integers from 1 to

1. Define word #4 on your vocabulary list.

2. Answer the following questions on looseleaf. Due Wednesday.

Directions: Use inductive reasoning to test each conjecture below. Decide if the conjecture seems true of false. If it seems false, give a counterexample.

1. The square of a number is larger than that number.

2. Every multiple of 11 is a "palindrome," that is, a number that reads the same forward and backward.

3. The difference of two consecutive square numbers is an odd number.

ES - When Karl Gauss (a mathematician from the 18th century) was in 3rd grade, he took ten seconds to sum the integers from 1 to 100. Find a fast way to sum the integers from 1 to 100. Then, find a way to sum the integers from 1 to

Week 3: September 24th - 28th, 2012

1. Test tomorrow! Review Unit 1 and Review Unit 1 Answers.

1. Complete HW Handout #3

2. Unit 1 Test on Friday, September 28th. See topics here.

1. Design 2 questions that demonstrate your understanding of the properties of quadrilaterals (and answer them!) Complete it on looseleaf. Due tomorrow.

2. Unit 1 Test on Friday, September 28th. See topics here.

Week 2: September 19th - 21st, 2012

1. Complete Khan Academy Exercises (Don't forget to login so I can access your results!)

2. Unit 1 Test on Friday, September 28th. See topics here.

1. Complete HW Handout #2 (Due Friday) (Need a hint? Read page 228 in your textbook.)

2. ES - page 151 #s 31, 32, 38 (Answer on looseleaf. Due Friday.)

1. Complete HW Handout #2 (Due Friday) (Need a hint? Read page 228 in your textbook.)

2. ES - page 151 #s 31, 32,38 (Answer on looseleaf. Due Friday.)

Week 1: September 10th - 14th, 2012

1. Complete HW Handout #1

2. Define words # 14 - 16

3. Mini-quiz on Wednesday! See topics here.

1. Define word #17

2. ES - page 34 # 36, 37 (Answer on looseleaf. Due Friday.)

3. Mini-quiz on Wednesday! See topics here.

1. Define words 7 - 13 on your vocabulary list for Unit 1.

2. ES - page 34 # 36, 37 (Answer on looseleaf. Due Friday.)

3. Mini-quiz on Wednesday! See topics here.

A line has 5 labeled points: A, B, C, D, and E. Draw a diagram that represents this line, then answer the following questions.

1. Name three different ways to name the line.

2. Name all of the line segments within this line. How can you be sure you found all of the line segments? Explain.

3. Name all of the rays,

4.

Week 0: September 6th - 7th, 2012

1. Complete the form below.

2. Create an account at Khan Academy. Select me as your coach by following the steps shown below.

**Thursday - 1/10 -**1. Unit 4 Test - Thursday, January 17th, 2013. See topics here.

Week 16: January 2nd - 4th, 2013

**Thursday - 1/3 -**1. Unit 4 HW Handout #1 - Due Monday, January 7th

**Wednesday - 1/2 -**1. Complete classwork, if it wasn't completed in class. Due tomorrow.

Weeks 14 & 15: December 10th, 2012 - December 21st, 2012

Intensives for these two weeks! Enjoy your learning experiences!

Don't forget about your winter break assignment. It's due January 2nd, 2013. Have a safe and wonderful holiday!

Week 13: December 3rd, 2012 - December 7th, 2012

**Wednesday - 12/5 -**1. Quiz tomorrow! See topics here. See review sheets and answers under day 7 here.

**Monday - 12/3 -**1. Quiz on Thursday! See topics here.

Week 12: November 26th - 30th, 2012

**Friday - 11/30 -**1. Answer on looseleaf: page 294 #s 35, 38 (Explain and show all work for #38!)

**Wednesday - 11/28 -**1. Complete the Triangle Inequality Investigation if it wasn't completed in class.

**Monday - 11/26 -**1. Complete Unit 4 - Classwork #1. Due Wednesday, 11/28

2. Define words #2 and #3 on your Unit 4 Vocab sheet.

Week 11: November 19th - 21st, 2012

**Wednesday - 11/21 -**1. The Albert Einstein Puzzle. Find the instructions here! Show any/all work on a separate sheet of paper. I don't care about the correct answer - just show me what work you did!

**Monday - 11/19 -**1. Unit 3 Test tomorrow! Find the answers to the review sheet for #1 here and #2 here.

Week 10: November 13th - 16th, 2012

**Friday - 11/16 -**1. Complete classwork - Review Unit 3 #1.

2. Unit 3 Test - Tuesday, November 20th. See test topics here.

**Thursday - 11/15 -**1. Complete the following exercise on looseleaf: page 50 #40 (you will need a compass!)

2. Unit 3 Test - Tuesday, November 20th. See test topics here.

**Wednesday - 11/14 -**1. Complete the following exercises on looseleaf: page 267-268 #s 8 - 16

2. Unit 3 Test - Tuesday, November 20th. See test topics here.

**Tuesday - 11/13 -**1. Complete the following exercises on looseleaf: page 263 #s 30 - 34 ES page 264 #38

2. Unit 3 Test - Tuesday, November 20th. See test topics here.

Week 9: November 5th - 9th, 2012

**Friday - 11/9 -**1. Complete the following exercises in your notebook:

page 180 #s 49 - 52, and 7 - 10 (from checkpoint quiz 2).

**Thursday- 11/8 -**1. Complete classwork handout if it wasn't completed in class.

**Wednesday - 11/7 -**1. Quiz tomorrow! See topics here. (Click here for an awesome web site to review!)

**Monday - 11/5 -**1. Read page 274. Answer the following questions in your notebook: page 276 #s 8, 9, 11, 13, 19 - 22, 28

2. Quiz on Thursday! See topics here.

Week 8: October 28th - November 2nd, 2012

No school all week! Hurricane Sandy!

Week 7: October 22nd - 26th, 2012

No homework this week!

*(Note: If you were absent on Friday, October 26th, you should complete the unit 3 investigation with constructions that we started in class on Thursday.)*Week 6: October 15th - 19th, 2012

**Tuesday - 10/16 -**1. Define all vocabulary words on the Unit 3 Vocab list.

Week 5: October 9th - 12th, 2012

**Friday - 10/12 -**1. Test on Monday! Review Unit 2 and Review Unit 2 Answers.

**Thursday - 10/11 -**1. Complete Unit 2 HW Handout #1.

**Wednesday - 10/10 -**1. Finish proofs from classwork.

**Tuesday - 10/9 -**1. Answer the following questions on looseleaf. Due Tomorrow.

Page 132 - 133 #s 18, 32, 45

*Note: "Pound sign" = #*2. Unit 2 Test - Monday, October 15th, 2012. See topics here.

Week 4: October 1st - 5th, 2012

**Tuesday - 10/2 -**1. Answer the following questions on looseleaf. Due Tomorrow.

Directions: Use inductive reasoning to test each conjecture below. Decide if the conjecture seems true of false. If it seems false, give a counterexample.

1. The square of a number is larger than that number.

2. Every multiple of 11 is a "palindrome," that is, a number that reads the same forward and backward.

3. The difference of two consecutive square numbers is an odd number.

ES - When Karl Gauss (a mathematician from the 18th century) was in 3rd grade, he took ten seconds to sum the integers from 1 to 100. Find a fast way to sum the integers from 1 to 100. Then, find a way to sum the integers from 1 to

*n*. (Hint: Use patterns, similar to what we did in class.)**Must show all of your work!****Monday - 10/1 -**1. Define word #4 on your vocabulary list.

2. Answer the following questions on looseleaf. Due Wednesday.

Directions: Use inductive reasoning to test each conjecture below. Decide if the conjecture seems true of false. If it seems false, give a counterexample.

1. The square of a number is larger than that number.

2. Every multiple of 11 is a "palindrome," that is, a number that reads the same forward and backward.

3. The difference of two consecutive square numbers is an odd number.

ES - When Karl Gauss (a mathematician from the 18th century) was in 3rd grade, he took ten seconds to sum the integers from 1 to 100. Find a fast way to sum the integers from 1 to 100. Then, find a way to sum the integers from 1 to

*n*. (Hint: Use patterns, similar to what we did in class.)**Must show all of your work!**Week 3: September 24th - 28th, 2012

**Thursday - 9/27 -**1. Test tomorrow! Review Unit 1 and Review Unit 1 Answers.

**Tuesday - 9/25 -**1. Complete HW Handout #3

2. Unit 1 Test on Friday, September 28th. See topics here.

**Monday - 9/24 -**1. Design 2 questions that demonstrate your understanding of the properties of quadrilaterals (and answer them!) Complete it on looseleaf. Due tomorrow.

2. Unit 1 Test on Friday, September 28th. See topics here.

Week 2: September 19th - 21st, 2012

**Friday - 9/21 -**1. Complete Khan Academy Exercises (Don't forget to login so I can access your results!)

2. Unit 1 Test on Friday, September 28th. See topics here.

**Thursday - 9/20 -**1. Complete HW Handout #2 (Due Friday) (Need a hint? Read page 228 in your textbook.)

2. ES - page 151 #s 31, 32, 38 (Answer on looseleaf. Due Friday.)

**Wednesday - 9/19 -**1. Complete HW Handout #2 (Due Friday) (Need a hint? Read page 228 in your textbook.)

2. ES - page 151 #s 31, 32,38 (Answer on looseleaf. Due Friday.)

Week 1: September 10th - 14th, 2012

**Friday - 9/14 -**1. Complete HW Handout #1

2. Define words # 14 - 16

3. Mini-quiz on Wednesday! See topics here.

**Thursday - 9/13 -**1. Define word #17

2. ES - page 34 # 36, 37 (Answer on looseleaf. Due Friday.)

3. Mini-quiz on Wednesday! See topics here.

**Wednesday - 9/12 -**1. Define words 7 - 13 on your vocabulary list for Unit 1.

2. ES - page 34 # 36, 37 (Answer on looseleaf. Due Friday.)

3. Mini-quiz on Wednesday! See topics here.

**Tuesday - 9/11**- Answer the question below on looseleaf. Due Wednesday, 9/12.A line has 5 labeled points: A, B, C, D, and E. Draw a diagram that represents this line, then answer the following questions.

1. Name three different ways to name the line.

2. Name all of the line segments within this line. How can you be sure you found all of the line segments? Explain.

3. Name all of the rays,

4.

**ES**- If a line has*n*different labeled points, how many line segments must exist? Show your work.Week 0: September 6th - 7th, 2012

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