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 HWDate DueRead                                       Problems                                                                                                                                                
 35 M 12/18  Sheet M1 - Both problems! 
 34 W 12/13  No Choice/AAS/HL lesson handout - part III
 Midsegment Theorems lesson handout -
                                                    side 2 Theorem 2
Part III - Standard HW format! 
Theorem 2 - do this directly on the handout
write your name at the top of side 2!
 33Tu 12/12  189/ 17;  304/ 5, 7  
 32M 12/11   Sheet P2 (lesson handout!) - side 3 # 1-11, 14
 (# 1; interior angles)  (# 8: the polygon's angles means interior)
Yes... standard homework format! 
 31Fri 12/8   695/ 10ab,  12ac 
 30W 12/6  297-298:
 sample problems1-4
 299/ 9;  300/ 12, 15, 16, 18

NOT calculator active.  NO DECIMALs. 
USE FRACTIONS.   Box final answers.
How to present solution: 
1.State given/find. include diagram if needed
2. Show your equations/calculations
3. Write supporting theorem or corollary. 
 29M 12/4  266/ 15;   267/ 24 optionalwrite-up the proof (2 column
statement reason format) for a problem
from this week's lessons.
 28F 12/01   Sheet K # 1 ,2 3 
 27Th 11/30   253/ 15;  266/ 21 
reminder: "Given" comes from the antecedent,
                  "Prove" comes from the consequent
1.) Copy over problem
2.) Set up given, prove, diagram
3.) Write a proof! 
 26W 11/29   231/ 14;  232/ 20;  problem # 2 from lesson  # 2: write proof on the lesson handout grid
 - write your name at the top of the paper
 
#14,20: in standard HW format WITH summary
 25 Tu 11/28 Sheet H  - all problems! 
 24W 11/22  Sheet I-3 (lesson handout)
side 2 # 16, 17, 2, 3 
# 2, 3 are at the bottom of the page 
yes - justify # 2,3 (paragraph format)
 23Friday
 11/17 
  694/ 6 (prove: m<1 > m<3)
696/ 17 (prove or disprove: m<2 > m<1)
703/ 4, 5  (justify your answer: name + words)
Be careful to use correct notation!
see link below for note on how 
to
mark inequalities into diagram 
 22 W 11/15 Sheet I-1 (lesson handout):
side 1 # 15, 16;    side 2 # 11
Inequalities - how to mark diagrams 
 21Tu 11/14  214/ 11, 12 This is indirect proof practice. 
 20M 11/13  Sheet J # 1, 2 
 19Fri 11/10  188/ 5, 6;  190/ 20 Use the equidistance theorems for all three 
problems! 
Note that # 20 requires an 
auxilary line segment. 
    Strongly recommended:
"memorize" the equidistance theorems
"memorize" is in quotes because you 
need to
THINK about what you are saying to
remember what the theorem states! 
 18Wed 11/8  154/ 15;  155/ 21, 22 Reminder: to show that a triangle is isosceles
you must show at least 2 sides are congruent.
IGNORE the book's theorems. 
 17Fri 11/3  Sheet G4  both problemsYou can just print out side 2, fold in half
and do summary on the "outside" 
 16Wed 11/1   Sheet G3  #3 and 6 
 15Tu 10/31   Sheet G3 sides 1 and 2 (vocabulary+exercises)this HW requires the use of your textbook 
 14Mon10/30   Sheet G2 # 3, 19 
 13Tu 10/24   140/ 6;  141/ 9;  92/ 2a# 2a:  this is short but should be done in 
statement reason format.  (it's review!) 
 12Mon10/23   129/ 16, 17;  124/ 2416 and 17:  2 column format
24: paragraph format 
Reminder: test corrections due on Monday
see test information page (to the left)  for key
and test corrections page (to the left) for format
 11 Fri 10/20  123/ 18;  124/ 25   (page/problem)Yes.. copy/mark diagram, copy givens/prove
write proof in S/R format 
Yes... include a plan!!
 10Tu 10/10 see handout distributed during class 10/06/17 
 9Wed 10/18  You will need your textbook for this homework
 102/ 5;  108/ 25;  93/ 13  (page/problem)
First Non-Operational Theorems
This is a preformatted homework - however,
you will need to copy the textbook problems

Exercise Answer Key + hints for problems
 8Wed 10/4  L 70 - 71 # 7, 8;   L 76 - 77 # 8note that the problems on 70-71 have 
4 possible conclusions
- list all of them! 
 7Mon 10/2   L 76-77 # 1, 2, 5, 6make sure that the problems you are doing
are listed under 76-77 !!! 
 6 Fri 9/29  L 64-65 # 6, 7     L 66-67 # 7, 10to rotate: click on the rotate icon in the upper
left corner OR right click on document and
select rotate clockwise 
Reminder: copy and mark diagrams with givens!
 5Th 9/28  L 44-46  # 2, 5, 6Yes.. in standard HW format!! 
 Wed 9/27   optional: finish lesson problem set -
                 Working with Diagrams_Answer Key
Bring colored pencils (or pens).
 Tues 9/26   Study for geometry definitions quiz
Bring pen (see above) - NO whiteout!
 4Mon 9/18 Text p. 44-47
(1.8 parts 1 and 2 )
Sheet C  - side 2 # 11, 13, 14
Text: 47
/ 2b;  48/ 66
 
 3 Fri 9/15 Sheet C  # 1, 2, 4bc, 5b, 6To be done in standard  HW format!! 
 2Th 9/14 Sheet B all problemsThis is a preformatted HW. 
 1Tues 9/12  Sheet A # 1, 3, 5, 6, 7b, 8bThis is a preformatted HW.  You print out
(2 sided) and work directly on handout.
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