This packet includes a formula guide, practice problems (with solutions), and a quiz (two versions, with solutions) over Arc Length and Area of a Sector.
Note: The practice problems are word problems, and some are slightly challenging.
This activity is very similar to "Geometric Constructions Learning Activity," except this document allows students to write their own instructions. This activity is great for high-level learners, capable of analyzing the little videos found on the
This is a guide which provides students with the definition, formula, picture and example of arc length and area of a sector.
(You can also purchase the Arc Length & Area of a Sector Packet, which includes this guide, practice problems, and
This assessment is a short quiz over arc length and area of a sector. There are two versions (A & B), and the answer keys are included.
(You can also purchase the Arc Length & Area of a Sector Packet, which includes this quiz, practice
In this activity, students will walk around the room, analyzing different pictures involving central angles and inscribed angles. Students then analyze the solutions for each picture and draw a conclusion on the difference between central and
This activity is a set of practice problems (word problems) over arc length and area of a sector. Some of the problems are on the challenging side, but overall very doable.
(You can also purchase the Arc Length & Area of a Sector Packet, which
This packet includes notes, practice problems, a quiz, and keys to all three items. The material covers both standard and general conic forms, graphing, and completing the square to convert equations written in general conic form to standard form.
Students work in pairs at three different stations performing experimental probability using dice, cards, and marbles. Students will also have the chance to compare the experimental probabilities they find with the theoretical probabilities of each
This handout is for students to keep as a "tool in their toolbox" for a quick reference when learning and using triangle congruence theorems. There are some additional pieces of information needed for each theorem in the foldable, such as tick marks