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Included in this zip folder are 75 high school math assignments on PDF files. These assignments can be completed at socrative.com or be printed. Each is on 1 page for easy printing. The 1st assignment is free in the preview section. A brief description and title of each:

Part 16

(1) 1 Variable Inequalities Assignment #1 (20 questions)

The emphasis is solving a 1 variable inequality and identifying its solution set on a number line.

(2) 1 Variable Inequalities Assignment #1A (20 questions)

The emphasis is solving a 1 variable inequality and identifying its solution set on a number line.

(3) Congruent Triangles Assignment #1B (15 questions)

The student chooses between ASA, SSS, SAS, SSS, AAS and HL as a reason for 2 triangles to be congruent. The sequence might SSA and the option is congriuence can't be determined.

(4) Congruent Triangles Assignment #1F (24 questions)

The student chooses between ASA, SSS, SAS, SSS, AAS and HL as a reason for 2 triangles to be congruent. The sequence might SSA and the option is congriuence can't be determined.

(5) Congruent Triangles Assignment #1G (24 questions)

The student chooses between ASA, SSS, SAS, SSS, AAS and HL as a reason for 2 triangles to be congruent. The sequence might SSA and the option is congriuence can't be determined.

(6) Exponential Functions Assignment #3 (24 questions)

The student identifies graphs and evaluates logarithms and limits.

(7) Exponential Functions Assignment #5 (24 questions)

The student identifies graphs, evaluates logarithms and limits and uses the product, quotient and power rules of logarithms.

(8) Exponential Functions Assignment #7 (24 questions)

The student identifies graphs, evaluates logarithms and limits and uses the product, quotient and power rules of logarithms. The students also identifies simple growth and decay functions and finds values using these functions.

(9) Factoring Polynomials Assignment G (20 questions)

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(10) Imaginary Numbers Assignment #11 (40 questions)

The student adds, subtracts, multiplies and divides imaginary numbers. The student also identifies powers of i and identifies subsets of the complex numbers

(11) Quadratic Formula Assignment #2A (15 questions)

Solves quadratic equations. Solutions are Rational and Irrational.

(12) Quadratic Formula Assignment #3A (15 questions)

Solves quadratic equations. Solutions are Rational and Irrational.

(13) Similar Triangles + Trig Assignment B3 (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.

(14) Similar Triangles + Trig Assignment C (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 C1 (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 C2 (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 + Trig Assignment C3 (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.

(18) Similar Triangles + Trig Assignment D (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.

(19) Slope Assignment #10 (20 questions)

The student identifies slope from a graph and an equation. Also, parallel and perpendicular problems are asked.

(20) Slope, Distance and Lines Assignment #1 (24 questions)

The student uses the slope formula, distance formula and equations of lines to answer a variety of questions.

(21) Slope, Distance and Lines Assignment #2 (24 questions)

The student uses the slope formula, distance formula and equations of lines to answer a variety of questions.

(22) Standard to Vertex Form Assignment #2 (15 questions)

The student converts parabolas from standard to vertex form and identifies the vertex of the parabola.

(23) Standard to Vertex Form Assignment #2A (15 questions)

The student converts parabolas from standard to vertex form and identifies the vertex of the parabola.

(24) Standard to Vertex Form Assignment #3A (15 questions)

The student converts parabolas from standard to vertex form and identifies the vertex of the parabola.

(25) Transformations in Geometry Assignment 4 (24 questions)

The student uses rules or logic to reflect, rotate, translate and dilate points on a grid.

Part 17

(1) Advanced Factoring Assignment C (24 questions)

The student recognizes square and cube monomials as well as the difference and sum of 2 cubes and the difference of 2 squares.

(2) Advanced Word Problems Assignment #1 (24 questions)

The emphasis the basic parts of percent mixture and value word problems. The student sets up equations and identifies the amount of a material in a solution.

(3) Advanced Word Problems Assignment #2 (24 questions)

The emphasis the basic parts of percent mixture and value word problems. The student sets up equations and identifies the amount of a material in a solution.

(4) Calvalieri's Principle Assignment #1 (24 questions)

The student chooses identifies spheres, cylinders, cones etc.... Also, the student finds volume of #-D objects and identifies parallel and perpendicular slices of #-D object relative to the base.

(5) Calvalieri's Principle Assignment #1 (24 questions)

The student chooses identifies spheres, cylinders, cones etc.... Also, the student finds volume of #-D objects and identifies parallel and perpendicular slices of #-D object relative to the base.

(6) Circles, Arcs and Angles Assignment B (24 questions)

The student identifies adjacent arcs and uses the arc addition postulate.

(7) Circles, Arcs and Angles Assignment C (24 questions)

The student identifies adjacent arcs and uses the arc addition postulate. The student also finds interior, exterior, inscribed and central angles as well as their missing intercepted arcs.

(8) Circles, Arcs and Angles Assignment D (24 questions)

The student identifies adjacent arcs and uses the arc addition postulate. The student also finds interior, exterior, inscribed and central angles as well as their missing intercepted arcs.

(9) Circles, Arcs and Angles Assignment J (30 questions)

The student finds interior, exterior, inscribed and central angles as well as their missing intercepted arcs.

(10) Circles, Arcs and Angles Assignment K (30 questions)

The student finds interior, exterior, inscribed and central angles as well as their missing intercepted arcs.

(11) Circles, Arcs and Angles Assignment L (30 questions)

The student finds interior, exterior, inscribed and central angles as well as their missing intercepted arcs.

(12) Circle Equations Assignment #7A (24 questions)

The student identifies equations of circles in standard form given a radius and center, a center an point on a circle and the endpoints of a diameter.

(13) Circle Equations Assignment #8 (40 questions)

The student completes the square, squares a binomial, identifies the equation of a circle in standard form, finds the circumference and area of a circle and changes forms from standard to general conic forms.

(14) Circle Equations Assignment #8A (40 questions)

The student completes the square, squares a binomial, identifies the equation of a circle in standard form, finds the circumference and area of a circle and changes forms from standard to general conic forms.

(15) Circles, Arcs, Angles, Line Segments, Sector Area and Arc Length Assignment #6D (30 questions)

The emphasis is finding arc measure, angle measure, lengths of arcs, area of sectors and lengths of intersecting chords, tangents and secants.

(16) Determinants and Cramer's Rule Assignment A (24 questions)

The student finds the determinant of 2x2 matrices, sets up systems via Cramer's Rule, and uses the rule to solve a system.

(17) Determinants and Cramer's Rule Assignment B (24 questions)

The student finds the determinant of 2x2 matrices, sets up systems via Cramer's Rule, and uses the rule to solve a system.

(18) Determinants and Cramer's Rule Assignment C (24 questions)

The student finds the determinant of 2x2 matrices, sets up systems via Cramer's Rule, and uses the rule to solve a system.

(19) Exponential Functions Assignment #3A (24 questions)

The student finds the values of logarithms and uses the product, quotient and power rules.

(20) Exponential Functions Assignment #5B (30 questions)

The student identifies growth and decay functions, growth and decay rates, finds initial and future values of exponential functions and finds values of logarithms.

(21) Exponents Assignment #3 (20 questions)

The student adds, multiplies, divides and raises to power 1 term expressions (monomials) with positive exponents.

(22) Exponents Assignment #3A (20 questions)

The student adds, multiplies, divides and raises to power 1 term expressions (monomials) with positive exponents.

(23) Increasing and Decreasing Intervals Assignment A (24 questions)

The student identifies intervals on which a function increases or decreases. Also, the student identifies maixima, minima and inflection points.

(24) Increasing and Decreasing Intervals Assignment A (24 questions)

The student identifies intervals on which a function increases or decreases. Also, the student identifies maixima, minima and inflection points.

(25) Inverse Trig Assignment #3A (24 questions)

The student solves a trig equation like tanx=1 and cosx=1/2 on intervals so that there is only 1 answer.

Part 18

(1) Circles, Arcs and Angles Assignment M (30 questions)

The emphasis is finding degree measures of angles and arcs of intercepted inscribed, interior, exterior and central angles.

(2) Circle Equations Assignment #8D (40 questions)

The student completes the square, squares a binomial, identifies the equation of a circle in standard form, finds the circumference and area of a circle and changes forms from standard to general conic forms.

(3) Circle Equations Assignment #8E (40 questions)

The student completes the square, squares a binomial, identifies the equation of a circle in standard form, finds the circumference and area of a circle and changes forms from standard to general conic forms.

(4) Circles, Arcs, Angles, Line Segments, Sector Area and Arc Length Assignment #6 (30 questions)

The emphasis is finding arc measure, angle measure, lengths of arcs, area of sectors and lengths of intersecting chords, tangents and secants.

(5) Circles, Arcs, Angles, Line Segments, Sector Area and Arc Length Assignment #6A (30 questions)

The emphasis is finding arc measure, angle measure, lengths of arcs, area of sectors and lengths of intersecting chords, tangents and secants.

(6) Circles, Arcs, Angles, Line Segments, Sector Area and Arc Length Assignment #6B (30 questions)

The emphasis is finding arc measure, angle measure, lengths of arcs, area of sectors and lengths of intersecting chords, tangents and secants.

(7) Circles, Arcs, Angles, Line Segments, Sector Area and Arc Length Assignment #6C (30 questions)

The emphasis is finding arc measure, angle measure, lengths of arcs, area of sectors and lengths of intersecting chords, tangents and secants.

(8) Exponents Assignment #5A (24 questions)

The emphasis is evaluating numeric expression with fractional exponents, also in radical form without a calculator.

(9) Exponents Assignment #6A (24 questions)

The emphasis is changing variable expressions from fractional to radical form and vice versa.

(10) Inverse Trig Assignment #3B (24 questions)

The emphasis is recognizing positive and negative rotations more than 360 degrees as well as solving a trig equation on an interval that yields 1 solution.

(11) Non Standard Transformations Assignment #2A (24 questions)

The emphasis is writing the equation of a vertical and horizontal line, identifying points reflected over vertical and horizontal lines that are not the x and y axis and rotating a point about a point other than the origin.

(12) Partitioned Line Segments Assignment C(20 questions)

The emphasis is using a formula to find a point of partition. 1/2 the problems use the language such as "what point is 2/3 the way from A to B" and the other half use the language "what point partitions a line segment in the ratio 2:3?"

(13) Perimeter, Area and Volume Assignment #2 (24 questions)

The emphasis is finding simple perimeter, area and volume of geometric shapes. The student must choose between units of measure such as cm^2 for area and cm^3 for volume.

(14) Perimeter, Area and Volume Assignment #3 (24 questions)

The emphasis is finding simple perimeter, area and volume of geometric shapes as well as solving some simple literal equations.

(15) Polynomials Assignment #6 (24 questions)

The emphasis is identifying the lead coefficient, constant and rearranging polynomials into standard form.

(16) Probability Assignment #5 (24 questions)

The emphasis is probability of multiple events including 2 dice sum problems.

(17) Pythagorean Theorem Assignment #2 (20 questions)

The emphasis is identifying the hypotenuse, short and long legs.

(18) Quadrilaterals Assignment #5A (24 questions)

The emphasis is finding angle measures in rectangles, rhombi, parallelograms and squares.

(19) Reduced Row Echelon Form Assignment #1 (20 questions)

The emphasis is using row rules in augmented matrices.

(20) Secant and Cosecant Graphs Assignment #6+- (32 questions)

The emphasis is finding the period, phase angle, height and centerline of secant and cosecant graphs.

(21) Similar Triangles Assignment A (15 questions)

The emphasis is finding angle measures in triangles..

(22) Transformations in Geometry Assignment #4A (24 questions)

The emphasis is using rules such as (x,y)---->(-y,x) to transform points on the plane.

(23) Transformations in Geometry Assignment #5 Dilations Only (24 questions)

The emphasis is dilating points and figures on the plane as well as finding the center of dilation.

(24) Transformations in Geometry Assignment #6 (24 questions)

The emphasis is using rules such as (x,y)---->(-y,x) to transform points on the plane.s.

(25) Transformations in Geometry Assignment #12 (20 questions)

The emphasis is some standard test items that may appear on some dumb standard test that may be given by greedy corporations.

Thank you for looking

Part 16

(1) 1 Variable Inequalities Assignment #1 (20 questions)

The emphasis is solving a 1 variable inequality and identifying its solution set on a number line.

(2) 1 Variable Inequalities Assignment #1A (20 questions)

The emphasis is solving a 1 variable inequality and identifying its solution set on a number line.

(3) Congruent Triangles Assignment #1B (15 questions)

The student chooses between ASA, SSS, SAS, SSS, AAS and HL as a reason for 2 triangles to be congruent. The sequence might SSA and the option is congriuence can't be determined.

(4) Congruent Triangles Assignment #1F (24 questions)

The student chooses between ASA, SSS, SAS, SSS, AAS and HL as a reason for 2 triangles to be congruent. The sequence might SSA and the option is congriuence can't be determined.

(5) Congruent Triangles Assignment #1G (24 questions)

The student chooses between ASA, SSS, SAS, SSS, AAS and HL as a reason for 2 triangles to be congruent. The sequence might SSA and the option is congriuence can't be determined.

(6) Exponential Functions Assignment #3 (24 questions)

The student identifies graphs and evaluates logarithms and limits.

(7) Exponential Functions Assignment #5 (24 questions)

The student identifies graphs, evaluates logarithms and limits and uses the product, quotient and power rules of logarithms.

(8) Exponential Functions Assignment #7 (24 questions)

The student identifies graphs, evaluates logarithms and limits and uses the product, quotient and power rules of logarithms. The students also identifies simple growth and decay functions and finds values using these functions.

(9) Factoring Polynomials Assignment G (20 questions)

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(10) Imaginary Numbers Assignment #11 (40 questions)

The student adds, subtracts, multiplies and divides imaginary numbers. The student also identifies powers of i and identifies subsets of the complex numbers

(11) Quadratic Formula Assignment #2A (15 questions)

Solves quadratic equations. Solutions are Rational and Irrational.

(12) Quadratic Formula Assignment #3A (15 questions)

Solves quadratic equations. Solutions are Rational and Irrational.

(13) Similar Triangles + Trig Assignment B3 (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.

(14) Similar Triangles + Trig Assignment C (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 C1 (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 C2 (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 + Trig Assignment C3 (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.

(18) Similar Triangles + Trig Assignment D (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.

(19) Slope Assignment #10 (20 questions)

The student identifies slope from a graph and an equation. Also, parallel and perpendicular problems are asked.

(20) Slope, Distance and Lines Assignment #1 (24 questions)

The student uses the slope formula, distance formula and equations of lines to answer a variety of questions.

(21) Slope, Distance and Lines Assignment #2 (24 questions)

The student uses the slope formula, distance formula and equations of lines to answer a variety of questions.

(22) Standard to Vertex Form Assignment #2 (15 questions)

The student converts parabolas from standard to vertex form and identifies the vertex of the parabola.

(23) Standard to Vertex Form Assignment #2A (15 questions)

The student converts parabolas from standard to vertex form and identifies the vertex of the parabola.

(24) Standard to Vertex Form Assignment #3A (15 questions)

The student converts parabolas from standard to vertex form and identifies the vertex of the parabola.

(25) Transformations in Geometry Assignment 4 (24 questions)

The student uses rules or logic to reflect, rotate, translate and dilate points on a grid.

Part 17

(1) Advanced Factoring Assignment C (24 questions)

The student recognizes square and cube monomials as well as the difference and sum of 2 cubes and the difference of 2 squares.

(2) Advanced Word Problems Assignment #1 (24 questions)

The emphasis the basic parts of percent mixture and value word problems. The student sets up equations and identifies the amount of a material in a solution.

(3) Advanced Word Problems Assignment #2 (24 questions)

The emphasis the basic parts of percent mixture and value word problems. The student sets up equations and identifies the amount of a material in a solution.

(4) Calvalieri's Principle Assignment #1 (24 questions)

The student chooses identifies spheres, cylinders, cones etc.... Also, the student finds volume of #-D objects and identifies parallel and perpendicular slices of #-D object relative to the base.

(5) Calvalieri's Principle Assignment #1 (24 questions)

The student chooses identifies spheres, cylinders, cones etc.... Also, the student finds volume of #-D objects and identifies parallel and perpendicular slices of #-D object relative to the base.

(6) Circles, Arcs and Angles Assignment B (24 questions)

The student identifies adjacent arcs and uses the arc addition postulate.

(7) Circles, Arcs and Angles Assignment C (24 questions)

The student identifies adjacent arcs and uses the arc addition postulate. The student also finds interior, exterior, inscribed and central angles as well as their missing intercepted arcs.

(8) Circles, Arcs and Angles Assignment D (24 questions)

The student identifies adjacent arcs and uses the arc addition postulate. The student also finds interior, exterior, inscribed and central angles as well as their missing intercepted arcs.

(9) Circles, Arcs and Angles Assignment J (30 questions)

The student finds interior, exterior, inscribed and central angles as well as their missing intercepted arcs.

(10) Circles, Arcs and Angles Assignment K (30 questions)

The student finds interior, exterior, inscribed and central angles as well as their missing intercepted arcs.

(11) Circles, Arcs and Angles Assignment L (30 questions)

The student finds interior, exterior, inscribed and central angles as well as their missing intercepted arcs.

(12) Circle Equations Assignment #7A (24 questions)

The student identifies equations of circles in standard form given a radius and center, a center an point on a circle and the endpoints of a diameter.

(13) Circle Equations Assignment #8 (40 questions)

The student completes the square, squares a binomial, identifies the equation of a circle in standard form, finds the circumference and area of a circle and changes forms from standard to general conic forms.

(14) Circle Equations Assignment #8A (40 questions)

The student completes the square, squares a binomial, identifies the equation of a circle in standard form, finds the circumference and area of a circle and changes forms from standard to general conic forms.

(15) Circles, Arcs, Angles, Line Segments, Sector Area and Arc Length Assignment #6D (30 questions)

The emphasis is finding arc measure, angle measure, lengths of arcs, area of sectors and lengths of intersecting chords, tangents and secants.

(16) Determinants and Cramer's Rule Assignment A (24 questions)

The student finds the determinant of 2x2 matrices, sets up systems via Cramer's Rule, and uses the rule to solve a system.

(17) Determinants and Cramer's Rule Assignment B (24 questions)

The student finds the determinant of 2x2 matrices, sets up systems via Cramer's Rule, and uses the rule to solve a system.

(18) Determinants and Cramer's Rule Assignment C (24 questions)

The student finds the determinant of 2x2 matrices, sets up systems via Cramer's Rule, and uses the rule to solve a system.

(19) Exponential Functions Assignment #3A (24 questions)

The student finds the values of logarithms and uses the product, quotient and power rules.

(20) Exponential Functions Assignment #5B (30 questions)

The student identifies growth and decay functions, growth and decay rates, finds initial and future values of exponential functions and finds values of logarithms.

(21) Exponents Assignment #3 (20 questions)

The student adds, multiplies, divides and raises to power 1 term expressions (monomials) with positive exponents.

(22) Exponents Assignment #3A (20 questions)

The student adds, multiplies, divides and raises to power 1 term expressions (monomials) with positive exponents.

(23) Increasing and Decreasing Intervals Assignment A (24 questions)

The student identifies intervals on which a function increases or decreases. Also, the student identifies maixima, minima and inflection points.

(24) Increasing and Decreasing Intervals Assignment A (24 questions)

The student identifies intervals on which a function increases or decreases. Also, the student identifies maixima, minima and inflection points.

(25) Inverse Trig Assignment #3A (24 questions)

The student solves a trig equation like tanx=1 and cosx=1/2 on intervals so that there is only 1 answer.

Part 18

(1) Circles, Arcs and Angles Assignment M (30 questions)

The emphasis is finding degree measures of angles and arcs of intercepted inscribed, interior, exterior and central angles.

(2) Circle Equations Assignment #8D (40 questions)

The student completes the square, squares a binomial, identifies the equation of a circle in standard form, finds the circumference and area of a circle and changes forms from standard to general conic forms.

(3) Circle Equations Assignment #8E (40 questions)

The student completes the square, squares a binomial, identifies the equation of a circle in standard form, finds the circumference and area of a circle and changes forms from standard to general conic forms.

(4) Circles, Arcs, Angles, Line Segments, Sector Area and Arc Length Assignment #6 (30 questions)

The emphasis is finding arc measure, angle measure, lengths of arcs, area of sectors and lengths of intersecting chords, tangents and secants.

(5) Circles, Arcs, Angles, Line Segments, Sector Area and Arc Length Assignment #6A (30 questions)

The emphasis is finding arc measure, angle measure, lengths of arcs, area of sectors and lengths of intersecting chords, tangents and secants.

(6) Circles, Arcs, Angles, Line Segments, Sector Area and Arc Length Assignment #6B (30 questions)

The emphasis is finding arc measure, angle measure, lengths of arcs, area of sectors and lengths of intersecting chords, tangents and secants.

(7) Circles, Arcs, Angles, Line Segments, Sector Area and Arc Length Assignment #6C (30 questions)

The emphasis is finding arc measure, angle measure, lengths of arcs, area of sectors and lengths of intersecting chords, tangents and secants.

(8) Exponents Assignment #5A (24 questions)

The emphasis is evaluating numeric expression with fractional exponents, also in radical form without a calculator.

(9) Exponents Assignment #6A (24 questions)

The emphasis is changing variable expressions from fractional to radical form and vice versa.

(10) Inverse Trig Assignment #3B (24 questions)

The emphasis is recognizing positive and negative rotations more than 360 degrees as well as solving a trig equation on an interval that yields 1 solution.

(11) Non Standard Transformations Assignment #2A (24 questions)

The emphasis is writing the equation of a vertical and horizontal line, identifying points reflected over vertical and horizontal lines that are not the x and y axis and rotating a point about a point other than the origin.

(12) Partitioned Line Segments Assignment C(20 questions)

The emphasis is using a formula to find a point of partition. 1/2 the problems use the language such as "what point is 2/3 the way from A to B" and the other half use the language "what point partitions a line segment in the ratio 2:3?"

(13) Perimeter, Area and Volume Assignment #2 (24 questions)

The emphasis is finding simple perimeter, area and volume of geometric shapes. The student must choose between units of measure such as cm^2 for area and cm^3 for volume.

(14) Perimeter, Area and Volume Assignment #3 (24 questions)

The emphasis is finding simple perimeter, area and volume of geometric shapes as well as solving some simple literal equations.

(15) Polynomials Assignment #6 (24 questions)

The emphasis is identifying the lead coefficient, constant and rearranging polynomials into standard form.

(16) Probability Assignment #5 (24 questions)

The emphasis is probability of multiple events including 2 dice sum problems.

(17) Pythagorean Theorem Assignment #2 (20 questions)

The emphasis is identifying the hypotenuse, short and long legs.

(18) Quadrilaterals Assignment #5A (24 questions)

The emphasis is finding angle measures in rectangles, rhombi, parallelograms and squares.

(19) Reduced Row Echelon Form Assignment #1 (20 questions)

The emphasis is using row rules in augmented matrices.

(20) Secant and Cosecant Graphs Assignment #6+- (32 questions)

The emphasis is finding the period, phase angle, height and centerline of secant and cosecant graphs.

(21) Similar Triangles Assignment A (15 questions)

The emphasis is finding angle measures in triangles..

(22) Transformations in Geometry Assignment #4A (24 questions)

The emphasis is using rules such as (x,y)---->(-y,x) to transform points on the plane.

(23) Transformations in Geometry Assignment #5 Dilations Only (24 questions)

The emphasis is dilating points and figures on the plane as well as finding the center of dilation.

(24) Transformations in Geometry Assignment #6 (24 questions)

The emphasis is using rules such as (x,y)---->(-y,x) to transform points on the plane.s.

(25) Transformations in Geometry Assignment #12 (20 questions)

The emphasis is some standard test items that may appear on some dumb standard test that may be given by greedy corporations.

Thank you for looking

Total Pages

150 pages

Answer Key

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