# 25 Socrative High School Math Assignments (Part 14) in Power Point Files

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Included in this zip folder are 25 high school math assignments in Power Point files. These assignments can be completed at socrative.com or be printed. Each is on 1 or 2 pages for easy printing. A brief description and title of each:

(1) Inverse Function Assignment A (24 questions)
The emphasis is input/output and reversing this process.

(2) Inverse Function Assignment A (24 questions)
The emphasis is input/output and its reversal, recognizing inverses of points on a graph and finding the inverse of function rules.

(3) Parallel Lines Assignment 3F (24 questions)
The student identifies all the angles a given as is equal to or supplementary with.

(4) Partitioned Assignment A (24 questions)
Rulers and state maps are used to identify a point "a/b" the way from one point to the other.

(5) Partitioned Assignment B (24 questions)
Rulers and state maps are used to identify a point "a/b" the way from one point to the other.

(6) Power Functions Assignment #2 (40 questions)
Students find or identify: the independent variable, the dependent variable, the power, constant of variation, graphs of power functions and missing values.

(7) Power Functions Assignment #3 (40 questions)
Students find or identify: the independent variable, the dependent variable, the power, constant of variation, graphs of power functions and missing values.

(8) Probability Assignment 4A (24 questions)
The student uses the conditional probability and addition rule formulas as well as finds the probability of independent and dependent events as well as dice sum probabilities.

(9) Probability Assignment 5C (40 questions)
A cumulative assignment on probabilities

(10) Probability Assignment 5D (40 questions)
A cumulative assignment on probabilities

(11) Pythagorean Theorem Assignment 1A (20 questions)
The emphasis is determining if 3 lengths make a right, acute or obtuse triangle. Or, the values may not make a triangle at all.

(12) Pythagorean Theorem Assignment 7 (24 questions)
The student finds a side of a right triangle and then uses it to find the perimeter or area of a triangle or rectangle.

(13) Pythagorean Theorem Assignment 8 (24 questions)
The student finds a side of a right triangle and then uses it to find the perimeter or area of a triangle or rectangle.

(14) Similar Triangles + Trig Assignment A(40 questions)
The student uses SSS, SAS and AAA sequencing, finds missing angles in triangles, finds missing sides of similar triangles, recognizes similar triangles and recognizes sine, cosine and tangent ratios.

(15) Similar Triangles + Trig Assignment A1 (40 questions)
The student uses SSS, SAS and AAA sequencing, finds missing angles in triangles, finds missing sides of similar triangles, recognizes similar triangles and recognizes sine, cosine and tangent ratios.

(16) Similar Triangles + Trig Assignment A2 (40 questions)
The student uses SSS, SAS and AAA sequencing, finds missing angles in triangles, finds missing sides of similar triangles, recognizes similar triangles and recognizes sine, cosine and tangent ratios.

(17) Similar Triangles Assignment 1 (20 questions)
Recognize similar figures and corresponding parts of similar figures

(18) Similar Triangles Assignment 2 (20 questions)
Recognize if triangles are similar and by what sequencing (SAS, SSS and AAA)

(19) Similar Triangles Assignment 4 (12 questions)
Recognize the steps in AAA similarity proofs

(20) Similar Triangles Assignment C (24 questions)
Recognize the sequencing of triangles (SAS, AAA and SSS)

(21) Sinusoids Assignment 3C (32 questions)
Given 4 different graphs, the student identifies the centerline, height, period and phase angle for y=sinx, y=cosx, y=-sinx and y=-cosx

(22)Transformations of Functions Assignment #6 (20 questions)
The student uses the transformations of functions to answer more challenging SAT type questions.

(23) Triangles Assignment 4 (24 questions)
The student uses the special properties of angle bisectors, medians and midsegments.

(24) Trig with no Calculator Assignment 5A (24 questions)
The student recognizes the 45-45-90 and 30-60-90 right triangles as well as identifies if sec, csc, tan, cot, sin and cos are positive or negative in a given quadrant.

(25) Writing a Function Rule Assignment 1 (24 questions)
The student identifies the independent and dependent variables and find specific values involving tax, interest, area, revenue, cost and profit

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