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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 10

(1) Slope Assignment #8 (15 questions)

Slope of a line with parallel and perpendicular

(2) Trig Assignment #7C (15 questions)

Uses table values to find angles

(3)Trig Assignment A (24 questions)

Defines trig ratios as functions matching inputs to outputs

(4) Trig Identities Assignment #1 (15 questions)

Identify cofunction identities and odd / even identities

(5) Trig Identities Assignment #2 (15 questions)

Identify cofunction identities, odd / even identities and reciprocal identities

(6) Trig Identities Assignment #3 (15 questions)

Identify cofunction identities, odd / even identities and reciprocal identities

(7) Trig Identities Assignment #4 (15 questions)

Identify cofunction identities, odd / even identities, reciprocal identities and Pythagorean Identities

(8) Trig with no Calculator Assignment #4 (24 questions)

Identify the 30-60-90 and 45-45-90 right triangles and rotate them correctly throughout the plane

(9) Trig with no Calculator Assignment #5 (24 questions)

Identify the 30-60-90 and 45-45-90 right triangles, rotate them correctly throughout the plane and identify the positive and negative values in the 4 quadrants

(10) Trig with no Calculator Assignment #6 (15 questions)

Find trig values such as sin210 without a calculator

(11) Trig with no Calculator Assignment #7 (15 questions)

Find trig values such as sin210 without a calculator

(12) Trig with no Calculator Assignment #8 (15 questions)

Find trig values such as sin210 without a calculator

(13) Vectors Assignment #5A (40 questions)

Find the x and y components, magnitude and directional angles

(14) Vectors Assignment A (15 questions)

Find the x and y components given a graph

(15) Vectors Assignment B (24 questions)

Find the x and y components, magnitude and directional angles

(16) Vectors Assignment C (15 questions)

Solve vector equations

(17) Vectors Assignment D (40 questions)

Cumulative of A-C

(18) Venn Diagrams and 2 Way Frequency Tables Assignment #2 (24 questions)

Sample spaces and probability of these diagrams

(19) Venn Diagrams and 2 Way Frequency Tables Assignment #2A (24 questions)

Sample spaces and probability of these diagrams

(20) Venn Diagrams and 2 Way Frequency Tables Assignment #3 (24 questions)

Sample spaces and probability of these diagrams

(21) Venn Diagrams and 2 Way Frequency Tables Assignment #4 (24 questions)

Sample spaces and probability of these diagrams

(22) Venn Diagrams #1B (24 questions)

Sample spaces and probability of these diagrams

(23) Venn Diagrams #1C (24 questions)

Sample spaces and probability of these diagrams

(24) Venn Diagrams #1D (24 questions)

Sample spaces and probability of these diagrams

(25) Vertical Projectiles Assignment #1 (24 questions)

Use the vertical projectile formula to find values such as height, speed and acceleration

Part 11

(1) Arc, Angle and Segment Addition Assignment #1 (24 questions)

Determine adjacent angle, adjacent arcs and colinear points

(2) Arc, Angle and Segment Addition Assignment #2 (15 questions)

Determine adjacent angle, adjacent arcs and colinear points

(3)Arc, Angle and Segment Addition Assignment #3 (24 questions)

Use the addition postulates to write equations

(4) Arc, Angle and Segment Addition Assignment #4 (20 questions)

Use the addition postulates to solve equations and find measures

(5) Circles, Arcs, Angles and Line Segments Assignment #1 (24 questions)

Use the properties of central, inscribed, interior and exterior angles to find angle and arc measures. Use the properties of intersecting secant, chords and tangents to find length of segments.

(6) Circles, Arcs, Angles and Line Segments Assignment #2 (15 questions)

Use the properties of central, inscribed, interior and exterior angles to find angle and arc measures. Use the properties of intersecting secant, chords and tangents to find length of segments.

(7)Circles, Arcs, Angles and Line Segments Assignment #3 (20 questions)

Use the properties of central, inscribed, interior and exterior angles to find angle and arc measures. Use the properties of intersecting secant, chords and tangents to find length of segments.

(8) Circles, Arcs, Angles and Line Segments Assignment #5 (20 questions)

Use the properties of central, inscribed, interior and exterior angles to find angle and arc measures. Use the properties of intersecting secant, chords and tangents to find length of segments.

(9) Congruent Triangles Assignment #1E (20 questions)

Use SAS. SSS, HL, AAS and ASA to determine if triangles are congruent

(10) Congruent Triangles Assignment #3 (12 questions)

Determine justifications in proofs

(11) Congruent Triangles Assignment B (20 questions)

Properly mark triangle for congruence based on given information and observed properties and Theorems

(12) Congruent Triangles Assignment C (20 questions)

Like Assignment B

(13) Geometry definitions Assignment #2 (32 questions)

These are true/false questions over a variety of definitions

(14) Geometry definitions Assignment #2A (32 questions)

These are true/false questions over a variety of definitions

(15) Partitioned Line Segments Assignment #1 (24 questions)

Proportions and finding locations on directed line segments

(16) Partitioned Line Segments Assignment #2 (24 questions)

Proportions and finding locations on directed line segments

(17) Probability Assignment #5A (40 questions)

1 event probability, 2 event probability, fundamental counting principle, independent and dependent events

(18) Probability Assignment #5B (40 questions)

1 event probability, 2 event probability, fundamental counting principle, independent and dependent events

(19) Quadrilaterals Assignment #1 (24 questions)

Flow chart and Venn Diagrams of the quadrilateral groups as well as congruence

(20) Quadrilaterals Assignment #2 (24 questions)

Determine if parts of a quadrilateral are congruent

(21) Quadrilaterals Assignment #3 (24 questions)

determine if a quadrilateral can be a parallelogram, rhombus, rectangle or a square

(22) Quadrilaterals Assignment #4 (24 questions)

Like #3

(23) Quadrilaterals Assignment #5 (24 questions)

find angle measures in a quadrilateral

(24) Vector Projection Assignment #1 (20 questions)

Find and recognize vectors and vector projections of one vector onto another

(25) Vectors Assignment E (40 questions)

Many different types of vector questions including magnitude, component form, directional angle, unit vector and polar form

Part 12

(1) Analyze a Parent Function Assignment A (12 questions)

This is a matching assignment. The student matches the graphs to its parent function. The functions are: y=lnx, y=sinx, y=cosx, y=x, y=x^2, y=x^3, y=intx, y=absx, y=e^x, y=1/(1+e^x), y=1/x and y=sqrtx.

(2) Circle Equations Assignment #7 (20 questions)

Recognize the equation of a circle in standard form given information such as the center, radius, diameter and /or the endpoints of a diameter.

(3) Geometry Course Review Assignment #1A (20 questions)

Many Geometry concepts for an end of course final exam

(4) Geometry Course Review Assignment #2A (20 questions)

Many Geometry concepts for an end of course final exam

(5) Geometry Definitions Assignment #5 (40 questions)

The questions are multiple choice, true/false and multiple answer over many Geometry terms

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

This is a cumulative assignment on imaginary numbers in standard form.

(7) Inverse Function Assignment #5B (24 questions)

Use the properties and definition of an inverse function to find values, analyze graphs and to algebraically find the inverse of a function.

(8) Non Standard Transformations Assignment #2 (24 questions)

Reflect about lines not the x and y axes and rotate about points not the origin.

(9) Parabola Unit Assignment #2 Direction (24 questions)

Given equations and information about a parabola, decide if the parabola opens left, right, up or down.

(10) Parabola Unit Assignment #3 Transformational Form (24 questions)

Use the definition and parts of a parabola to write an equation in transformational form.

(11) Parabola Unit Assignment #17 (20 questions)

Given an equation of a parabola, find the parts such as the vertex, focus, directrix, axis of symmetry and focal width endpoints.

(12) Parabola Unit Assignment #18 Cumulative (40 questions)

A cumulative assignment I use as a test.

(13) Parabola Unit Assignment #18A Cumulative (40 questions)

A cumulative assignment I use as a test.

(14) Parabola Unit Assignment A (20 questions)

Convert parabolic equations from between standard, vertex and transformational forms.

(15) Partitioned Line Segments Assignment #1A (24 questions)

Proportions and finding locations on directed line segments

(16) Partitioned Line Segments Assignment #2A (24 questions)

Proportions and finding locations on directed line segments

(17) Perimeter, Area and Volume Assignment #2C (20 questions)

Find the area and circumference of circles.

(18) Perimeter, Area and Volume Assignment #4A(24 questions)

More advanced volume problems.

(19) Quadrilaterals Assignment #7 (24 questions)

Determine if a quadrilateral is a parallelogram, rectangle, rhombus or square.

(20) Quadrilaterals Assignment B (32 questions)

Determine if given information can conclude a specific quadrilateral.

(21) Quadrilaterals Assignment B1 (32 questions)

Determine if given information can conclude a specific quadrilateral.

(22) Quadrilaterals Assignment C (20 questions)

Use the definitions of quadrilaterals to determine properties.

(23) Quadrilaterals Assignment D (24 questions)

Use and recognize the isosceles triangles within quadrilaterals.

(24) Vectors Assignment #4A (40 questions)

Find the magnitude, directional angle and rectangular components of vectors in rectangular and polar form.

(25) Vectors Assignment D1 (40 questions)

Many different types of vector questions including magnitude, component form, directional angle, unit vector and polar form

Thank you for looking

Part 10

(1) Slope Assignment #8 (15 questions)

Slope of a line with parallel and perpendicular

(2) Trig Assignment #7C (15 questions)

Uses table values to find angles

(3)Trig Assignment A (24 questions)

Defines trig ratios as functions matching inputs to outputs

(4) Trig Identities Assignment #1 (15 questions)

Identify cofunction identities and odd / even identities

(5) Trig Identities Assignment #2 (15 questions)

Identify cofunction identities, odd / even identities and reciprocal identities

(6) Trig Identities Assignment #3 (15 questions)

Identify cofunction identities, odd / even identities and reciprocal identities

(7) Trig Identities Assignment #4 (15 questions)

Identify cofunction identities, odd / even identities, reciprocal identities and Pythagorean Identities

(8) Trig with no Calculator Assignment #4 (24 questions)

Identify the 30-60-90 and 45-45-90 right triangles and rotate them correctly throughout the plane

(9) Trig with no Calculator Assignment #5 (24 questions)

Identify the 30-60-90 and 45-45-90 right triangles, rotate them correctly throughout the plane and identify the positive and negative values in the 4 quadrants

(10) Trig with no Calculator Assignment #6 (15 questions)

Find trig values such as sin210 without a calculator

(11) Trig with no Calculator Assignment #7 (15 questions)

Find trig values such as sin210 without a calculator

(12) Trig with no Calculator Assignment #8 (15 questions)

Find trig values such as sin210 without a calculator

(13) Vectors Assignment #5A (40 questions)

Find the x and y components, magnitude and directional angles

(14) Vectors Assignment A (15 questions)

Find the x and y components given a graph

(15) Vectors Assignment B (24 questions)

Find the x and y components, magnitude and directional angles

(16) Vectors Assignment C (15 questions)

Solve vector equations

(17) Vectors Assignment D (40 questions)

Cumulative of A-C

(18) Venn Diagrams and 2 Way Frequency Tables Assignment #2 (24 questions)

Sample spaces and probability of these diagrams

(19) Venn Diagrams and 2 Way Frequency Tables Assignment #2A (24 questions)

Sample spaces and probability of these diagrams

(20) Venn Diagrams and 2 Way Frequency Tables Assignment #3 (24 questions)

Sample spaces and probability of these diagrams

(21) Venn Diagrams and 2 Way Frequency Tables Assignment #4 (24 questions)

Sample spaces and probability of these diagrams

(22) Venn Diagrams #1B (24 questions)

Sample spaces and probability of these diagrams

(23) Venn Diagrams #1C (24 questions)

Sample spaces and probability of these diagrams

(24) Venn Diagrams #1D (24 questions)

Sample spaces and probability of these diagrams

(25) Vertical Projectiles Assignment #1 (24 questions)

Use the vertical projectile formula to find values such as height, speed and acceleration

Part 11

(1) Arc, Angle and Segment Addition Assignment #1 (24 questions)

Determine adjacent angle, adjacent arcs and colinear points

(2) Arc, Angle and Segment Addition Assignment #2 (15 questions)

Determine adjacent angle, adjacent arcs and colinear points

(3)Arc, Angle and Segment Addition Assignment #3 (24 questions)

Use the addition postulates to write equations

(4) Arc, Angle and Segment Addition Assignment #4 (20 questions)

Use the addition postulates to solve equations and find measures

(5) Circles, Arcs, Angles and Line Segments Assignment #1 (24 questions)

Use the properties of central, inscribed, interior and exterior angles to find angle and arc measures. Use the properties of intersecting secant, chords and tangents to find length of segments.

(6) Circles, Arcs, Angles and Line Segments Assignment #2 (15 questions)

Use the properties of central, inscribed, interior and exterior angles to find angle and arc measures. Use the properties of intersecting secant, chords and tangents to find length of segments.

(7)Circles, Arcs, Angles and Line Segments Assignment #3 (20 questions)

Use the properties of central, inscribed, interior and exterior angles to find angle and arc measures. Use the properties of intersecting secant, chords and tangents to find length of segments.

(8) Circles, Arcs, Angles and Line Segments Assignment #5 (20 questions)

Use the properties of central, inscribed, interior and exterior angles to find angle and arc measures. Use the properties of intersecting secant, chords and tangents to find length of segments.

(9) Congruent Triangles Assignment #1E (20 questions)

Use SAS. SSS, HL, AAS and ASA to determine if triangles are congruent

(10) Congruent Triangles Assignment #3 (12 questions)

Determine justifications in proofs

(11) Congruent Triangles Assignment B (20 questions)

Properly mark triangle for congruence based on given information and observed properties and Theorems

(12) Congruent Triangles Assignment C (20 questions)

Like Assignment B

(13) Geometry definitions Assignment #2 (32 questions)

These are true/false questions over a variety of definitions

(14) Geometry definitions Assignment #2A (32 questions)

These are true/false questions over a variety of definitions

(15) Partitioned Line Segments Assignment #1 (24 questions)

Proportions and finding locations on directed line segments

(16) Partitioned Line Segments Assignment #2 (24 questions)

Proportions and finding locations on directed line segments

(17) Probability Assignment #5A (40 questions)

1 event probability, 2 event probability, fundamental counting principle, independent and dependent events

(18) Probability Assignment #5B (40 questions)

1 event probability, 2 event probability, fundamental counting principle, independent and dependent events

(19) Quadrilaterals Assignment #1 (24 questions)

Flow chart and Venn Diagrams of the quadrilateral groups as well as congruence

(20) Quadrilaterals Assignment #2 (24 questions)

Determine if parts of a quadrilateral are congruent

(21) Quadrilaterals Assignment #3 (24 questions)

determine if a quadrilateral can be a parallelogram, rhombus, rectangle or a square

(22) Quadrilaterals Assignment #4 (24 questions)

Like #3

(23) Quadrilaterals Assignment #5 (24 questions)

find angle measures in a quadrilateral

(24) Vector Projection Assignment #1 (20 questions)

Find and recognize vectors and vector projections of one vector onto another

(25) Vectors Assignment E (40 questions)

Many different types of vector questions including magnitude, component form, directional angle, unit vector and polar form

Part 12

(1) Analyze a Parent Function Assignment A (12 questions)

This is a matching assignment. The student matches the graphs to its parent function. The functions are: y=lnx, y=sinx, y=cosx, y=x, y=x^2, y=x^3, y=intx, y=absx, y=e^x, y=1/(1+e^x), y=1/x and y=sqrtx.

(2) Circle Equations Assignment #7 (20 questions)

Recognize the equation of a circle in standard form given information such as the center, radius, diameter and /or the endpoints of a diameter.

(3) Geometry Course Review Assignment #1A (20 questions)

Many Geometry concepts for an end of course final exam

(4) Geometry Course Review Assignment #2A (20 questions)

Many Geometry concepts for an end of course final exam

(5) Geometry Definitions Assignment #5 (40 questions)

The questions are multiple choice, true/false and multiple answer over many Geometry terms

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

This is a cumulative assignment on imaginary numbers in standard form.

(7) Inverse Function Assignment #5B (24 questions)

Use the properties and definition of an inverse function to find values, analyze graphs and to algebraically find the inverse of a function.

(8) Non Standard Transformations Assignment #2 (24 questions)

Reflect about lines not the x and y axes and rotate about points not the origin.

(9) Parabola Unit Assignment #2 Direction (24 questions)

Given equations and information about a parabola, decide if the parabola opens left, right, up or down.

(10) Parabola Unit Assignment #3 Transformational Form (24 questions)

Use the definition and parts of a parabola to write an equation in transformational form.

(11) Parabola Unit Assignment #17 (20 questions)

Given an equation of a parabola, find the parts such as the vertex, focus, directrix, axis of symmetry and focal width endpoints.

(12) Parabola Unit Assignment #18 Cumulative (40 questions)

A cumulative assignment I use as a test.

(13) Parabola Unit Assignment #18A Cumulative (40 questions)

A cumulative assignment I use as a test.

(14) Parabola Unit Assignment A (20 questions)

Convert parabolic equations from between standard, vertex and transformational forms.

(15) Partitioned Line Segments Assignment #1A (24 questions)

Proportions and finding locations on directed line segments

(16) Partitioned Line Segments Assignment #2A (24 questions)

Proportions and finding locations on directed line segments

(17) Perimeter, Area and Volume Assignment #2C (20 questions)

Find the area and circumference of circles.

(18) Perimeter, Area and Volume Assignment #4A(24 questions)

More advanced volume problems.

(19) Quadrilaterals Assignment #7 (24 questions)

Determine if a quadrilateral is a parallelogram, rectangle, rhombus or square.

(20) Quadrilaterals Assignment B (32 questions)

Determine if given information can conclude a specific quadrilateral.

(21) Quadrilaterals Assignment B1 (32 questions)

Determine if given information can conclude a specific quadrilateral.

(22) Quadrilaterals Assignment C (20 questions)

Use the definitions of quadrilaterals to determine properties.

(23) Quadrilaterals Assignment D (24 questions)

Use and recognize the isosceles triangles within quadrilaterals.

(24) Vectors Assignment #4A (40 questions)

Find the magnitude, directional angle and rectangular components of vectors in rectangular and polar form.

(25) Vectors Assignment D1 (40 questions)

Many different types of vector questions including magnitude, component form, directional angle, unit vector and polar form

Thank you for looking

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