This is a 50 question review for the circles unit in high school geometry. It includes circumference, central angles, arc lengths, arc measures, chord lengths, tangent lines, inscribed angles, and more. Some trigonometry and special right triangles
This is a review with 20 questions that covers the first semester of geometry. There are QR codes that have the answers for students to check their work. I have also provided a table so students can draw the pictures and write the answers down.
These task cards include 15 problems where students need to find the missing side of a triangle using sin, cos, or tan and there 15 problems where the students find the missing angle using sin, cos, or tan. Students can scan the QR Code to see if
This is a right triangles review scavenger hunt. The problems cover Pythagorean Theorem and its converse, special right triangles and trigonometry (both finding a missing side and finding a missing angle).
I have also included a blank table for the
This is a note sheet for area of regular polygons including vocabulary, images, formulas (A=1/2(apothem)(perimeter) and A=1/2(apothem)(number of sides)(side length) , methods for finding sides or perimeter and examples.
This Solve by Square Roots Triples Activity has students solve quadratics by the square root method. There are 18 cards total and there are sets of three within the 18. The students will match up their cards to help them check their work and be more
This is a "how to" for graphing quadratics. I have included all three forms of a quadratic: standard form, vertex form, and intercept form. These step by step instructions help all of my students keep graphing quadratics straight from form to form.
There are two sets of task cards here. There are 8 problems that ask students to graph a parabola in standard form, 8 problems that ask students to graph a parabola in vertex form, and 28 problems that ask students to solve a quadratic using the
This is a word find for a graph of a quadratic. I created this to help my students realize that a root is the same thing as a zero, which is also the same thing as an x-intercept. This has the students label each part of the quadratic on a graph.
This is a practice homework to assign after you have introduced the Unit Circle. It covers counting on the unit circle, reference angles, and the reciprocal identities. It is very basic but a great practice after the initial introduction.
This is an Algebra 2 exam review for the Trig unit. It covers the unit circle, graphing sin/cos, solving triangles using SOH-CAH-TOA, area of a sector, arc length, standard position and coterminal angles, special right triangles and trig identities
This is a simplifying radicals task cards activity where the students simplify both square roots and cube roots. Each of the problems includes variables and some of the problems include a coefficient on the outside of the radical.
The answers are
This is a simplifying radicals quiz where the students simplify both square roots and cube roots. Some of the problems include variables and some of the problems include a coefficient on the outside of the radical.
The answers are included.
This is a homework checklist that I created so that I could check students homework and classwork each day and stamp or grade it on their checklist. Then I only have a weekly grade to put in the gradebook instead of a classwork and a homework