: Study for your quiz tomorrow (vocab, translations, reflections and rotations). Complete the problems on page 32. Page 33 is extra credit. If you need to practice additional problems rotating about a point that is NOT the origin, the answers to the problems on page 52 are below:Homework
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Today we reviewed vocab and took notes on translations. The next quiz will be Friday, 1/17 and will cover vocab, translations, reflections and rotations.
All: review vocab: www.quizlet.com/306512478 1st block: Homework: pages 9, 10 & 13 3rd block: Homework: pages 9, 10, 11 & 13 Below are the notes from class today: Today we review the vocabulary in the Unit 1 packet, then took notes on translations.
Classwork: complete pages 9 & 10 Homework: complete pages 11 & 13 Study vocab: www.quizlet.com/306512478 : Homework Review the following concepts:Complete the problems on pages 16 & 17 in your Intro packet. Study for your quiz tomorrow.- finding slope given a graph - writing the equation of a line given the slope and y-intercept - writing the equation of a line given the graph - writing the equation of a line given the slope and a point on the line - writing the equation of a line given 2 points on the line - writing the equation parallel or perpendicular to a given line through a point - finding the distance between 2 points (either given the 2 coordinates or a line segment on a graph) - finding the midpoint between 2 points (either given the 2 coordinates or a line segment on a graph) - finding one endpoint of a line segment given one endpoint and the midpoint - finding the perimeter and area of rectangles and triangles on the coordinate plane - finding a point that partitions a line segment into a given ratio The answers to your homework:page 15: Example 2: (0, 2) Example 3: (9, 0) page 16: #1 (3, 5) #2 (3, 7) page 17: #3 (2, 5) #4 (3, -1) #5 (-3, 1) - We took notes on pages 1 - 3 in the Intro packet, practiced and reviewed a few Algebra concepts: finding slope of a line, rewriting linear equations into slope-intercept form from standard form, parallel, perpendicular and intersecting lines.Monday, 1/6Classwork/homework: pages 4 & 5 in your Intro packet. - We took notes on how to write the equation of a line given: 1) the slope and y-intercept, 2) the graph of the line 3) the slope of the line and a point on the line 4) two points on the line 5) parallel to a given line and through a point 6) perpendicular to a given line and through a point.Tuesday, 1/7Homework: Complete the "Writing Equations of Lines" homework sheet. - Today in class we took notes on the distance formula on page 6 in the Intro packet. TuesdayHomework If you missed the notes, scroll down in my blog and watch/listen to the distance formula notes video posted on 11/11/2019.is to complete page 8, problems #1 - 6 and page 9, problems #15 - 16. |
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