10 questions on law of sines and cosines including word problems and determining the number of possible triangles. Students can work on the review independently on their own computers. If they select the incorrect response, they see a "that's wrong"
Riddle "What do you put on the table and cut, but never eat?" Answer "A Deck of Cards."
Practice with exact values on the unit circle. Includes all six trig functions (sin, cos, tan, csc, sec, and cot).
No prep needed.
Jeopardy game to review Geometry basics including vocabulary, segment addition, slope, midpoint, and distance. Questions include finding the slope, midpoint, and distance given two points and given a graph. The Jeopardy board includes links to each
11 problems using polygon properties. Students must first sort the problems based on the formula they would use to solve then solve the problems and sort by the answer. I use this PowerPoint in Google Slides and assign it in Google Classroom where
Using the triangle interior angle theorem, students must find all of the interior angles of a triangle. Then, using the triangle inequalities theorem, they order the sides from least to greatest and drag the images into the correct box.