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A 10 question worksheet using transformations of the parent function to graph radical functions.

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This practice or test is a creative way to test students' knowledge of finding angles in a circle. It includes central angles, inscribed angles, interior, and exterior angles. The segments included in the circle are a radius, diameter, secant, and

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This is an activity or worksheet that students learn how to prove triangles similar using SSS, SAS, or AA similarities. It's a great activity to pair students up and have them work together!

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This is a QR code activity that allows students to be in groups or pairs to decide whether triangles are similar using SSS, SAS, or AA similarities.
A QR code reader can be downloaded on each student's phone in order to make it a technology

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Students work in stations together to factor and solve quadratics by all methods. Great for a review for the chapter. Students scan the QR code with a QR application to see the answers.

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Proving Triangles Congruent by the 5 methods- SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS, and HL. Can be used as a quiz or worksheet.
This is version B to the First Proving Triangles Congruent Quiz.

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This is a BINGO game over radicals and exponents. The game has problems that include writing expressions in exponential and radical form, simplifying radicals, and solving radical and exponential equations.

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Topics include: Graphing Exponentials, Switching between exponential and logarithmic form, finding the inverse of logs and exponentials, properties of logarithms, solving for logarithms and exponentials, and compounded continuously interest.

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This is an activity that is great for group work at stations. The content includes proving triangles congruent by SAS, ASA, SSS, and AAS, as well as using CPCTC. Problems are on separate slides for convenience in printing and cutting the problems

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A fun way to review for the chapter on properties of triangles. Includes questions on perpendicular bisectors and circumcenters, angle bisectors and incenters, medians and centroids, altitudes and orthocenters, and midsegments, as well as triangle

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This activity allows students to sort properties of the six different quadrilaterals. Each property can be cut out to be included under the correct quadrilateral, and each property is included multiple times to be included under all quadrilaterals

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This handout includes the theorems for inscribed angles, angles formed by a chord and tangent lines, angles formed by 2 chords, angles formed by secant-tangent lines, angles formed by 2 tangent lines, and angles formed by 2 secant lines. The handout

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Test includes questions on factoring quadratics and solving quadratics by factoring and taking square roots. Methods included: AC Method, Bottoms Up, Difference of Perfect Sqaures, GCF.

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This test is a creative way to test students' knowledge of finding angles in a circle. It includes central angles, inscribed angles, interior, and exterior angles. The segments included in the circle are a radius, diameter, secant, and tangent

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Proving Triangles Congruent by the 5 methods- SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS, and HL.

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This includes 14 proofs with answers for teachers to print to use as an Around the World activity. Proofs include proving triangles congruent by SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS, and HL. Some proofs also include using CPCTC.

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This BINGO game includes problems converting from radical and exponential forms, simplifying radicals, and solving radical and exponential equations. It's a fun and interactive way for students to be competitive while reviewing topics over radicals

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This worksheet contains 8 different math games/ fun puzzles that encourage students to use the logical thinking skills that are presented to them through the entire course of Geometry. The games include Pentominos, Tangrams, Mastermind, Set,

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I'm a 6th year teacher currently changing the lives of students enrolled in Geometry Honors and Algebra 2!

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