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This document provides a lesson plan on classifying triangles by their angles and side lengths. It begins with activating prior knowledge of angle types and having students draw and define acute, obtuse, right and straight angles. It then defines and provides examples of acute, obtuse, right, scalene, isosceles and equilateral triangles. Students are asked to classify sample triangles and solve problems identifying triangle types. The document concludes with a partner activity to create and classify triangles.

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D ay 1 triangles

This document provides instruction on classifying triangles by their angles and side lengths. It defines acute, obtuse, right, scalene, isosceles, and equilateral triangles. Students practice identifying triangles based on a diagram and their angles and sides. The lesson concludes with an activity where students create and exchange triangles with classmates to classify.

Day 2 adding polynomials senteo

The document provides models for the amounts spent on natural gas (N) and electricity (E) in the United States from 1989 to 1993. It asks students to: 1) Find a model for the total amount (A) spent on natural gas and electricity during that period by adding the two models together. 2) According to the combined model, calculate how much will be spent on natural gas and electricity in 2020.

Pre-Cal 40S Slides December 13, 2007

The document discusses ellipses and their properties. It defines key terms like center, foci, major and minor axes. It provides examples of ellipses with given equations and asks to identify their geometric properties and sketch graphs. Questions are also asked about parabolas with given foci or directrix.

Assessment questions probability

The document appears to be a math lesson plan on probability for 7th grade students. It includes an anticipatory set asking students to determine if rolling two 5s on a die or flipping five tails in a row on a coin has a greater probability. It then provides 15 multiple choice probability assessment questions for students to complete. The lesson concludes with assigning a cumulative review sheet and pencils for homework.

Pre-Cal 40S Slides December 12, 2007

The document discusses the anatomy and properties of ellipses. It contains diagrams labeling the center (O), foci (F1, F2), vertices (A1, A2), and co-vertices (B1, B2) of ellipses. It also contains the Pythagorean property equations relating the distances from the foci to any point on the ellipse to the ellipse's major and minor axes.

Day 3 metric and customary assessment

This document appears to be a math lesson plan on converting measurements from January 5th, 2012. It includes sections for a do now, homework assignment, and an assessment with 10 multiple choice questions. The homework assignment lists specific math problems from pages 416-417 for students to complete.

6001 sum of angles polygons

1. The document provides information about polygons, including definitions of terms like convex polygon and regular polygon.
2. Formulas are given for calculating the sum of interior angles of polygons with n sides (180(n-2)) and the measure of one interior and one exterior angle of regular polygons.
3. Examples are provided of applying these formulas to specific polygons like triangles and squares.

D ay 1 triangles

This document provides instruction on classifying triangles by their angles and side lengths. It defines acute, obtuse, right, scalene, isosceles, and equilateral triangles. Students practice identifying triangles based on a diagram and their angles and sides. The lesson concludes with an activity where students create and exchange triangles with classmates to classify.

Day 2 adding polynomials senteo

The document provides models for the amounts spent on natural gas (N) and electricity (E) in the United States from 1989 to 1993. It asks students to: 1) Find a model for the total amount (A) spent on natural gas and electricity during that period by adding the two models together. 2) According to the combined model, calculate how much will be spent on natural gas and electricity in 2020.

Pre-Cal 40S Slides December 13, 2007

The document discusses ellipses and their properties. It defines key terms like center, foci, major and minor axes. It provides examples of ellipses with given equations and asks to identify their geometric properties and sketch graphs. Questions are also asked about parabolas with given foci or directrix.

Assessment questions probability

The document appears to be a math lesson plan on probability for 7th grade students. It includes an anticipatory set asking students to determine if rolling two 5s on a die or flipping five tails in a row on a coin has a greater probability. It then provides 15 multiple choice probability assessment questions for students to complete. The lesson concludes with assigning a cumulative review sheet and pencils for homework.

Pre-Cal 40S Slides December 12, 2007

The document discusses the anatomy and properties of ellipses. It contains diagrams labeling the center (O), foci (F1, F2), vertices (A1, A2), and co-vertices (B1, B2) of ellipses. It also contains the Pythagorean property equations relating the distances from the foci to any point on the ellipse to the ellipse's major and minor axes.

Day 3 metric and customary assessment

This document appears to be a math lesson plan on converting measurements from January 5th, 2012. It includes sections for a do now, homework assignment, and an assessment with 10 multiple choice questions. The homework assignment lists specific math problems from pages 416-417 for students to complete.

6001 sum of angles polygons

1. The document provides information about polygons, including definitions of terms like convex polygon and regular polygon.
2. Formulas are given for calculating the sum of interior angles of polygons with n sides (180(n-2)) and the measure of one interior and one exterior angle of regular polygons.
3. Examples are provided of applying these formulas to specific polygons like triangles and squares.

Group2 jeopardy

This document outlines 4 topics - A, B, C, and D - with 3 subpoints under each topic. It appears to be categorizing different elements and providing 3 examples or key points for each category.

Geo April 1, 2009

1) The document provides instructions and examples for identifying angle relationships in circles. It defines congruent angles and gives examples of inscribed angles and angles with vertices on or outside circles.
2) Students are given problems to solve involving finding measure of specific angles and relationships between other angles.
3) Homework is assigned for additional practice with circle geometry concepts and a quiz is scheduled for the following Friday to assess understanding of sections 10.2 to 10.4.

Symbol game

Symbol game, great for vocabulary revision, Check out my blog on how to play it. http://loveengli.blogspot.com.es/

Day 4 subtracting polynomials senteo

This document outlines a lesson plan on subtracting polynomials. It includes an aim, do now questions to start each section, and before you leave and homework sections. The lesson is broken into 13 sections, with 3 practice problems labeled A, B, and C in each section for students to work through.

Concentrese

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Nearer my-god-to-thee

This document contains sheet music for the hymn "Nearer, My God to Thee" arranged for solo violin. The sheet music shows the melody line with musical notation for the violin part across three octaves. It includes the key signature and time signature as well as chord indications above the staff. A link is provided to access more free violin sheet music online.

Assessment questions probability

This document contains a math assessment for 7th grade with 15 multiple choice questions about probability and independent and dependent events. It also lists homework problems from pages 532-533 of #6-10 all, 13, 14, 22, 23.

citygate_Logo_con4

This short document contains a single letter followed by numbers and letters. It appears to be using basic elements to represent an unknown concept or idea, but provides no other context or explanation. Therefore, the overall meaning or significance of the content cannot be determined from the limited information given.

Concentrese tefaa

This document contains 4 letters in an unordered list. The letters are A, B, C, and D with no other context or information provided.

Basic formulas

This document provides simple formulas to solve common math problems like addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, squares, and square roots. The formulas are shown in a table with example problems and their solutions in the rows above and the formulas in the corresponding columns below to demonstrate how to use the formulas to solve similar problems.

America the-beautiful

This document contains the sheet music and lyrics for "America the Beautiful" arranged for violin. The sheet music provides the notes, chords, and timing for playing the patriotic song on the violin across three verses. A link is also included for finding more free violin sheet music online.

Day 7 money

The document provides instructions on how to convert money between different currencies using exchange rates. It begins with an objective stating the goal is to learn how to convert currencies. It then provides examples of currency conversions between British Pounds, Euros, Japanese Yen, Australian Dollars, Canadian Dollars, Mexican Pesos, and US Dollars using given exchange rates. It demonstrates setting up a proportion to solve for the amount in the other currency. The examples have students practice converting various amounts between the different currencies. At the end, it instructs students to explain the process of currency conversion to an absent student.

Day 4 indirect measurement

This document provides instructions and examples for using indirect measurement, or measuring without a ruler, through proportions. It includes examples of writing and solving proportions to find the height of a shorter person, the height of a flagpole, and the length of a streetlight's shadow. Students are reminded to bring materials like rulers or measuring tapes for an upcoming outdoor activity using indirect measurement.

Day 1 intro to functions

The document discusses using functions to find output values from input values. It provides examples of functions in the form of y=fx(x) and has students complete function tables and plot points for various functions. It discusses how the Rube Goldberg cartoon from the beginning uses an input, output, and rule to demonstrate a function.

Day 7 multiply binomials

This document provides instruction on multiplying binomials. It begins with examples for students to check for mistakes. The bulk of the document then provides 10 practice problems for students to find the area of figures by multiplying binomial expressions. It concludes by asking how a student could explain the lesson on multiplying binomials to an absent classmate.

Day 8 one step equations

This document provides instruction and examples for solving one-step equations. It begins with examples of evaluating expressions, then provides homework problems and examples of solving equations using addition or subtraction. Students are guided through think-pair-share activities to solve equations step-by-step and check their work. More examples demonstrate using multiplication or division to solve equations. The document concludes with word problems that require writing and solving equations, and provides additional practice problems.

Day 2 quadrilaterals

This document provides information about quadrilaterals including definitions, properties, and comparisons of different types of quadrilaterals like parallelograms, rhombuses, rectangles, squares, and trapezoids. It includes examples to identify different quadrilaterals based on their properties, as well as questions to test understanding with explanations of properties like having parallel sides or right angles. Homework is assigned.

Day 2 adding integers

This document provides materials for a lesson on adding integers, including examples of integer addition problems, explanations of mistakes, activities using number lines to add integers, practice problems evaluating expressions with integers, and real world problems involving integer addition. The lesson materials guide students through examples, activities, and practice to build their skills in adding integers.

Day 1 adding polynomials

The document provides information about adding polynomials. It begins by giving examples of polynomials with different degrees: monomial, binomial, and trinomial. It then shows examples of adding two polynomials by combining like terms. The examples demonstrate adding polynomials with variables x and a. The document aims to teach how to add polynomials by explaining the concept and providing step-by-step worked examples.

Day 7 distributive property

This document contains a math worksheet on the distributive property. It includes examples of applying the distributive property to algebraic expressions by rewriting them. Students are asked to simplify expressions using the distributive property and show their work. The document also reviews that the distributive property involves multiplying each term within a grouping by the number outside the grouping.

Chapter two(was 1) v9-oldformat

The chapter discusses how seven different modes can be derived from each major scale by starting on a different note of the scale. These modes can then be applied to different chord types based on chord-scale theory. The standard 12-bar blues progression is used as an example to demonstrate how different major modes like mixolydian and dorian can be applied to each chord. Practicing these modal applications helps provide a foundation for melodic improvisation over chord changes.

Chapter two(was 1) v9-oldformat-c

This chapter discusses how major modes are derived from major scales and applied to blues progressions. There are seven modes - Ionian, Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Aeolian, and Locrian - that can be derived from each major scale by starting on a different note. These modes correspond to different chord types and provide a foundation for melodic improvisation. The 12-bar blues presents opportunities to apply mixolydian, dorian, and locrian modes diatonically according to the chords. Practicing these modal applications can help develop an understanding of chord-scale relationships.

Group2 jeopardy

This document outlines 4 topics - A, B, C, and D - with 3 subpoints under each topic. It appears to be categorizing different elements and providing 3 examples or key points for each category.

Geo April 1, 2009

1) The document provides instructions and examples for identifying angle relationships in circles. It defines congruent angles and gives examples of inscribed angles and angles with vertices on or outside circles.
2) Students are given problems to solve involving finding measure of specific angles and relationships between other angles.
3) Homework is assigned for additional practice with circle geometry concepts and a quiz is scheduled for the following Friday to assess understanding of sections 10.2 to 10.4.

Symbol game

Symbol game, great for vocabulary revision, Check out my blog on how to play it. http://loveengli.blogspot.com.es/

Day 4 subtracting polynomials senteo

This document outlines a lesson plan on subtracting polynomials. It includes an aim, do now questions to start each section, and before you leave and homework sections. The lesson is broken into 13 sections, with 3 practice problems labeled A, B, and C in each section for students to work through.

Concentrese

CONCENTRESE

Nearer my-god-to-thee

This document contains sheet music for the hymn "Nearer, My God to Thee" arranged for solo violin. The sheet music shows the melody line with musical notation for the violin part across three octaves. It includes the key signature and time signature as well as chord indications above the staff. A link is provided to access more free violin sheet music online.

Assessment questions probability

This document contains a math assessment for 7th grade with 15 multiple choice questions about probability and independent and dependent events. It also lists homework problems from pages 532-533 of #6-10 all, 13, 14, 22, 23.

citygate_Logo_con4

This short document contains a single letter followed by numbers and letters. It appears to be using basic elements to represent an unknown concept or idea, but provides no other context or explanation. Therefore, the overall meaning or significance of the content cannot be determined from the limited information given.

Concentrese tefaa

This document contains 4 letters in an unordered list. The letters are A, B, C, and D with no other context or information provided.

Basic formulas

This document provides simple formulas to solve common math problems like addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, squares, and square roots. The formulas are shown in a table with example problems and their solutions in the rows above and the formulas in the corresponding columns below to demonstrate how to use the formulas to solve similar problems.

America the-beautiful

This document contains the sheet music and lyrics for "America the Beautiful" arranged for violin. The sheet music provides the notes, chords, and timing for playing the patriotic song on the violin across three verses. A link is also included for finding more free violin sheet music online.

Group2 jeopardy

Group2 jeopardy

Geo April 1, 2009

Geo April 1, 2009

Symbol game

Symbol game

Day 4 subtracting polynomials senteo

Day 4 subtracting polynomials senteo

Concentrese

Concentrese

Nearer my-god-to-thee

Nearer my-god-to-thee

Assessment questions probability

Assessment questions probability

citygate_Logo_con4

citygate_Logo_con4

Concentrese tefaa

Concentrese tefaa

Basic formulas

Basic formulas

America the-beautiful

America the-beautiful

Day 7 money

The document provides instructions on how to convert money between different currencies using exchange rates. It begins with an objective stating the goal is to learn how to convert currencies. It then provides examples of currency conversions between British Pounds, Euros, Japanese Yen, Australian Dollars, Canadian Dollars, Mexican Pesos, and US Dollars using given exchange rates. It demonstrates setting up a proportion to solve for the amount in the other currency. The examples have students practice converting various amounts between the different currencies. At the end, it instructs students to explain the process of currency conversion to an absent student.

Day 4 indirect measurement

This document provides instructions and examples for using indirect measurement, or measuring without a ruler, through proportions. It includes examples of writing and solving proportions to find the height of a shorter person, the height of a flagpole, and the length of a streetlight's shadow. Students are reminded to bring materials like rulers or measuring tapes for an upcoming outdoor activity using indirect measurement.

Day 1 intro to functions

The document discusses using functions to find output values from input values. It provides examples of functions in the form of y=fx(x) and has students complete function tables and plot points for various functions. It discusses how the Rube Goldberg cartoon from the beginning uses an input, output, and rule to demonstrate a function.

Day 7 multiply binomials

This document provides instruction on multiplying binomials. It begins with examples for students to check for mistakes. The bulk of the document then provides 10 practice problems for students to find the area of figures by multiplying binomial expressions. It concludes by asking how a student could explain the lesson on multiplying binomials to an absent classmate.

Day 8 one step equations

This document provides instruction and examples for solving one-step equations. It begins with examples of evaluating expressions, then provides homework problems and examples of solving equations using addition or subtraction. Students are guided through think-pair-share activities to solve equations step-by-step and check their work. More examples demonstrate using multiplication or division to solve equations. The document concludes with word problems that require writing and solving equations, and provides additional practice problems.

Day 2 quadrilaterals

This document provides information about quadrilaterals including definitions, properties, and comparisons of different types of quadrilaterals like parallelograms, rhombuses, rectangles, squares, and trapezoids. It includes examples to identify different quadrilaterals based on their properties, as well as questions to test understanding with explanations of properties like having parallel sides or right angles. Homework is assigned.

Day 2 adding integers

This document provides materials for a lesson on adding integers, including examples of integer addition problems, explanations of mistakes, activities using number lines to add integers, practice problems evaluating expressions with integers, and real world problems involving integer addition. The lesson materials guide students through examples, activities, and practice to build their skills in adding integers.

Day 1 adding polynomials

The document provides information about adding polynomials. It begins by giving examples of polynomials with different degrees: monomial, binomial, and trinomial. It then shows examples of adding two polynomials by combining like terms. The examples demonstrate adding polynomials with variables x and a. The document aims to teach how to add polynomials by explaining the concept and providing step-by-step worked examples.

Day 7 distributive property

This document contains a math worksheet on the distributive property. It includes examples of applying the distributive property to algebraic expressions by rewriting them. Students are asked to simplify expressions using the distributive property and show their work. The document also reviews that the distributive property involves multiplying each term within a grouping by the number outside the grouping.

Day 7 money

Day 7 money

Day 4 indirect measurement

Day 4 indirect measurement

Day 1 intro to functions

Day 1 intro to functions

Day 7 multiply binomials

Day 7 multiply binomials

Day 8 one step equations

Day 8 one step equations

Day 2 quadrilaterals

Day 2 quadrilaterals

Day 2 adding integers

Day 2 adding integers

Day 1 adding polynomials

Day 1 adding polynomials

Day 7 distributive property

Day 7 distributive property

Chapter two(was 1) v9-oldformat

The chapter discusses how seven different modes can be derived from each major scale by starting on a different note of the scale. These modes can then be applied to different chord types based on chord-scale theory. The standard 12-bar blues progression is used as an example to demonstrate how different major modes like mixolydian and dorian can be applied to each chord. Practicing these modal applications helps provide a foundation for melodic improvisation over chord changes.

Chapter two(was 1) v9-oldformat-c

This chapter discusses how major modes are derived from major scales and applied to blues progressions. There are seven modes - Ionian, Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Aeolian, and Locrian - that can be derived from each major scale by starting on a different note. These modes correspond to different chord types and provide a foundation for melodic improvisation. The 12-bar blues presents opportunities to apply mixolydian, dorian, and locrian modes diatonically according to the chords. Practicing these modal applications can help develop an understanding of chord-scale relationships.

Datamining 8th Hclustering

The document describes hierarchical clustering algorithms. It compares the single-link and complete-link algorithms. Single-link produces elongated clusters by connecting nearby points, while complete-link produces more compact clusters by only merging groups whose furthest points are close. Complete-link generally produces more useful hierarchies but is less versatile than single-link. Average linkage is also mentioned as an alternative that calculates distances between groups as the average of all point-point distances.

Datamining 8th hclustering

The document describes and compares different hierarchical clustering algorithms:
1) Single-link clustering connects clusters based on the closest pair of patterns, forming elongated clusters. Complete-link connects based on the furthest pair, forming more compact clusters.
2) Complete-link is more useful than single-link for most applications as it produces more interpretable hierarchies. However, single-link can extract certain cluster types that complete-link cannot, like concentric clusters.
3) Average group linkage connects clusters based on the average distance between all pairs of patterns in the two clusters. It provides a balance between single and complete link.

Chapter two(was 1) v9-oldformat-cd-b

The document provides an overview of major modes and their application to blues progressions. There are seven modes that can be derived from each major scale, with each mode corresponding to a different chord type. Using a 12-bar blues progression as an example, the chapter demonstrates how different major modes can be applied to each chord, providing a foundation for melodic improvisation. The modes, when applied diatonically, will produce notes that are compatible with each chord's tonality. Exercises are also provided to help students learn and practice the different modes.

Chapter two(was 1) v9-oldformat

The document discusses major modes and their application to the blues. There are 7 modes that can be derived from each major scale by starting on a different note: Ionian, Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Aeolian, and Locrian. These modes correspond to different chord types and provide a foundation for melodic improvisation. The 12-bar blues progression is used as an example to demonstrate how different modes like mixolydian and dorian can be applied to different chords within the progression based on their tonality. Practice tips are also provided for learning the modes and blues exercises.

modoule 2 PMR polygons III

The document is a mathematics examination for Form 3 students in Malaysia on the topic of polygons. It consists of 36 multiple choice questions testing students' understanding of concepts like regular polygons, interior and exterior angles, and finding missing angle measures. It also includes 5 short answer questions requiring students to explain various polygon concepts in writing. The test assesses students on 10 different learning objectives related to comprehending English language questions and mathematical terms, mastering relevant knowledge and skills, and expressing ideas in English.

7th Math (C2) - L61--March30

1) The document outlines an assignment and lesson on parallelograms. It includes examples of finding the perimeter, area, and angle measures of various parallelograms.
2) The warm-up questions cover evaluating expressions, calculating sales tax, and converting fractions to decimals and percents.
3) The lesson defines the formula for finding the area of a parallelogram and lists properties of parallelograms including opposite angles being congruent and adjacent angles summing to 180 degrees.

Ujian MatematikTahun 3 Kertas 1

The document contains a 40-question multiple choice quiz about mathematics and word problems. The questions cover topics like arithmetic operations, fractions, time, money, measurement, and word problems. For each question there are 4 possible answer choices labelled A, B, C, or D.

Ficha trab solidos1 resolução

The document is a worksheet with questions and answers about geometric solids. It contains questions that ask students to identify solids by their letters and attributes, provides tables that list geometric solids with their identifying letters and attributes like number of faces and edges, and asks students to match solids with their names and properties.

Tools For The Guitar Student

The document provides information about guitar strings and their tuning. It discusses that a guitar should have 6 strings, labeled from thickest to thinnest as E (6th string), A (5th string), D (4th string), G (3rd string), B (2nd string), and E (1st string). It then provides a method for relative tuning where each subsequent string is tuned by fretting the previous string at either the 4th or 5th fret and matching the pitch.

EXERCISE Chapter 9 parallel lines

The document contains a series of math word problems and geometry exercises involving angles, triangles, trapezoids, and algebraic expressions. Students are asked to identify geometric features of shapes, calculate unknown angle measures, and solve for unknown variables in expressions. They must apply properties of angles, triangles, parallel lines, and algebraic operations to determine the requested values.

TechMathI - Ch3 Test Part1

1. The document contains a 28 question multiple choice test on geometry concepts including parallel and perpendicular lines, angles, triangles, slopes of lines, and writing equations of lines.
2. The questions cover identifying different types of angles based on diagrams, classifying triangles, finding missing angle measures, calculating slopes, writing equations of lines given slope and y-intercept, and writing equations of parallel lines.
3. Answers to each question are a single letter choice: a, b, c, or d.

Geom4-4

The document provides an agenda and lesson notes for a geometry class. It includes definitions for distance, equidistant, and perpendicular bisector. It then states two theorems: 1) If two points are each equidistant from the endpoints of a segment, then the two points determine the perpendicular bisector of that segment. 2) If a point is on the perpendicular bisector of a segment, then it is equidistant from the endpoints of that segment. Examples are given to prove statements about equidistance and perpendicular bisectors. The exit slip asks students to identify two points equidistant from points A and B using an auxiliary line, and homework problems are assigned.

Chapter two(was 1) v9-oldformat

The document discusses major modes and their application to the blues. There are 7 modes that can be derived from each major scale, each with their own tonality. These modes can be associated with different chord types and used as the foundation for melodic improvisation. Using a 12-bar blues progression is a good way to learn these associations, with different modes applied to different chords, such as mixolydian, dorian, and locrian modes matching chords diatonically. Practice tips include learning the scales and exercises slowly and in different patterns.

Major+Scales

The document discusses major scales, including their pattern, intervals, and how to identify major scales starting on different notes on the keyboard. It provides examples of major scales starting on the notes F, G, A, E, B, F#, Bb, Eb, Ab, and Db by showing the notes in the scale and identifying the tone/semitone pattern. There are around 8 octaves on a standard piano keyboard.

MATHEMATICS 7-SUM OF THE INTERIOR ANGLES

The document provides learning objectives and examples for understanding interior angles of polygons:
- It defines key terms like polygon, vertex, diagonal, and angle.
- It shows that the sum of interior angles of a triangle is 180 degrees and derives a formula to find the sum for any polygon: the sum equals (n-2) x 180 degrees, where n is the number of sides.
- Examples demonstrate using the formula to find sums and measure individual angles for different regular polygons.

Buksis 7.1 new

This document provides information about angles and how to identify, measure, and classify different types of angles. It discusses key angle terms like acute, obtuse, right, and straight angles. It also explains how to use a protractor to measure angles and introduces different angle relationships formed when two lines are intersected by a transversal, such as corresponding angles, alternate interior angles, and vertical angles. Students are provided examples to estimate and measure angles, identify angle components, and investigate angle properties.

Gabarito vestibular

The document contains a table with 17 chapters listed across the top and 50 rows listed down the left side. Each cell in the table contains letter codes that seem to indicate categories or groupings. The table suggests some relationship between the chapters and rows but the specific meaning of the letter codes and their relationship is not explained.

Cropconcatnarrative

This document summarizes research proving theorems related to crop circles and musical notes. The research began by proving theorems of Dr. Gerald Hawkins regarding circles tangent to an equilateral triangle. Additional theorems were discovered and proved. Ratios from the theorems' diameters were related to frequencies of the musical scale, with some results being startling. Appendices provide diagrams of the theorems, their relationships, and the musical notes correlated. The theorems are proved using Euclidean geometry and trigonometry. In total, the research methodically proves several geometric theorems and relates their ratios to the musical scale.

Chapter two(was 1) v9-oldformat

Chapter two(was 1) v9-oldformat

Chapter two(was 1) v9-oldformat-c

Chapter two(was 1) v9-oldformat-c

Datamining 8th Hclustering

Datamining 8th Hclustering

Datamining 8th hclustering

Datamining 8th hclustering

Chapter two(was 1) v9-oldformat-cd-b

Chapter two(was 1) v9-oldformat-cd-b

Chapter two(was 1) v9-oldformat

Chapter two(was 1) v9-oldformat

modoule 2 PMR polygons III

modoule 2 PMR polygons III

7th Math (C2) - L61--March30

7th Math (C2) - L61--March30

Ujian MatematikTahun 3 Kertas 1

Ujian MatematikTahun 3 Kertas 1

Ficha trab solidos1 resolução

Ficha trab solidos1 resolução

Tools For The Guitar Student

Tools For The Guitar Student

EXERCISE Chapter 9 parallel lines

EXERCISE Chapter 9 parallel lines

TechMathI - Ch3 Test Part1

TechMathI - Ch3 Test Part1

Geom4-4

Geom4-4

Chapter two(was 1) v9-oldformat

Chapter two(was 1) v9-oldformat

Major+Scales

Major+Scales

MATHEMATICS 7-SUM OF THE INTERIOR ANGLES

MATHEMATICS 7-SUM OF THE INTERIOR ANGLES

Buksis 7.1 new

Buksis 7.1 new

Gabarito vestibular

Gabarito vestibular

Cropconcatnarrative

Cropconcatnarrative

Linear equations lesson 8 day 2 graphing linear equations

The document is from a pre-algebra lesson on graphing linear equations. It discusses re-arranging equations into slope-intercept form (y=mx+b) and explains the procedure for graphing a line when given an equation in this format. Specifically, it describes using the slope (m) to rise/run and the y-intercept (b) to locate the point where the line crosses the y-axis. The document provides examples and questions to reinforce understanding of graphing linear equations from their slope-intercept form.

Linear equations lesson 8 day 1 graphing linear equations

The document is notes from a pre-algebra lesson on graphing linear equations using the y=mx+b format. It includes instructions to complete problems 9 and 10 on page 48, as well as examples of graphing different linear equations by plotting points from the equation and connecting them with a line. The closing question asks students to explain the procedure for graphing a line when given an equation in y=mx+b format.

Linear equations lesson 7 slope formula

This document appears to be notes from a pre-algebra lesson on calculating slope. It includes examples of slope calculations for lines on pages 42, 43, 47, and 48. The closing question asks students to explain the procedure for finding the slope of a line.

Module 4.5 lesson 10 scale area

This document contains notes from a math lesson on solving area problems using scale drawings. The lesson outlines the do now activity and upcoming homework assignments. It then discusses scale drawings and scale factors on pages 3 through 11, explaining how to use scale drawings to find the actual area of real-world objects.

Module 4.5 lesson 9 computing actual lengths

This document outlines a math lesson on computing actual lengths from a scale drawing. It includes notes on converting scaled measurements to actual lengths using scale factors. For homework, students are asked to complete problem set #4 which involves calculating actual distances based on scale drawings. A quiz on this content is scheduled for February 28.

Linear equations lesson 6 slope

This document contains notes from a pre-algebra lesson on slope. It includes examples of finding the slope of a line from its graph and equation. There is a quiz scheduled on linear equations for Wednesday February 15th for B day students and Thursday February 16th for A day students. The lesson discusses different types of slopes including positive, negative, zero, and undefined slopes.

Module 4.5 lesson 7 scale factor as a percent

This document contains notes from a math lesson on scale factor as a percent. It includes homework assignments and pages from the textbook covering topics such as calculating scale factor as a percentage and creating scale drawings with different horizontal and vertical scale factors. The closing question asks whether a scale drawing can have different horizontal and vertical scale factors and how to create one with different factors.

Module 4.5 lesson 6 scale map

This document discusses using scale maps to determine actual distances. It provides examples of using scale factors and proportions to calculate distances between towns based on their representation on a map. The scale of the map in the examples is 0.75 inches equals 4 miles. Students are asked to use this scale to determine actual distances between various town pairs. They are also asked why distances calculated from a map may be less than the actual distance driven in a car.

Linear equations lesson 5 horizontal and vertical lines

This document contains notes from a lesson on linear equations that focuses on horizontal and vertical lines. It includes examples of solving linear equations by choosing to fix either the x-value or y-value. Students are given a quiz on Thursday and Friday to assess their understanding of these concepts. The document provides instructions to complete example 5 on page 22 of the lesson materials.

Module 4.5 lesson 4 scale area problems

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Module 4.5 lesson 3 computing actual lengths from scale drawings

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Linear equations lesson 4 graphing linear equations

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Linear equations lesson 3 consecutive integers

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Linear equations lesson 8 day 2 graphing linear equations

Linear equations lesson 8 day 2 graphing linear equations

Linear equations lesson 8 day 1 graphing linear equations

Linear equations lesson 8 day 1 graphing linear equations

Linear equations lesson 7 slope formula

Linear equations lesson 7 slope formula

Module 4.5 lesson 10 scale area

Module 4.5 lesson 10 scale area

Module 4.5 lesson 9 computing actual lengths

Module 4.5 lesson 9 computing actual lengths

Linear equations lesson 6 slope

Linear equations lesson 6 slope

Module 4.5 lesson 7 scale factor as a percent

Module 4.5 lesson 7 scale factor as a percent

Module 4.5 lesson 6 scale map

Module 4.5 lesson 6 scale map

Linear equations lesson 5 horizontal and vertical lines

Linear equations lesson 5 horizontal and vertical lines

Module 4.5 lesson 4 scale area problems

Module 4.5 lesson 4 scale area problems

Module 4.5 lesson 3 computing actual lengths from scale drawings

Module 4.5 lesson 3 computing actual lengths from scale drawings

Module 4.5 lesson 2 unit rate as the scale factor

Module 4.5 lesson 2 unit rate as the scale factor

Linear equations lesson 4 graphing linear equations

Linear equations lesson 4 graphing linear equations

Module 4.5 lesson 1 scale drawings

Module 4.5 lesson 1 scale drawings

Review for module 4 exam

Review for module 4 exam

Linear equations lesson 3 consecutive integers

Linear equations lesson 3 consecutive integers

14 mixed review with percents with answers

14 mixed review with percents with answers

Module 4 lesson 13

Module 4 lesson 13

Module 4 lesson 12 relative error

Module 4 lesson 12 relative error

Linear equations lesson 2 geometric word problems

Linear equations lesson 2 geometric word problems

- 1. AIM: Classify Triangles Do Now 1
- 2. Pages 532-533 #6-10 all, 13, 14, 22, 23 2
- 3. Who was Euclid? 3
- 4. Anticipatory Set: Write the definition of each type of angle and then draw each type of angle. Acute Angle Right Angle Obtuse Angle Straight Angle Definition Drawing 1.) Draw an additional line segment that will change the acute, obtuse, and right angles into triangles. 2.) Why can the straight angle not be changed into a triangle if you drew only one additional line segment? 4
- 5. Classifying Triangles by Angle Measures 1.) Acute Triangle: A triangle where all angles are acute. 2.) Obtuse Triangle: A triangle that has one obtuse angle. 3.) Right Triangle: A triangle that has one right angle. Classifying Triangles by Side Lengths 4.) Scalene Triangle: A triangle that has no congruent sides. 5.) Isosceles Triangle: A triangle that has at least two congruent sides. 6.) Equilateral Triangle: A triangle that where all of the sides are congruent. 5
- 6. THINK-PAIR-SHARE Classify each triangle according to its sides and angles. a.) b.) 6
- 7. 1 Indentify the triangle below. A Equilateral Triangle B Isosceles Acute Triangle C Isosceles Right Triangle D Isosceles Obtuse Triangle E Scalene Acute Triangle F Scalene Right Triangle G Scalene Obtuse Triangle 1 2 4 3 7
- 8. 2 A B C D E F G 1 2 4 3 8
- 9. 3 A B C D E F G 1 2 4 3 9
- 10. 4 A B C D E F G 1 2 4 3 10
- 11. 5 A B C D E F G 1 2 4 3 11
- 12. 6 A B C D E F G 1 2 4 3 12
- 13. 7 A B C D E F G 1 2 4 3 13
- 14. 8 A B C D E F G 1 2 4 3 14
- 15. 9 A B C D E F G 1 2 4 3 15
- 16. BEFORE YOU LEAVE: Trade-a-Triangle 1.) Create a triangle with your partner. 2.) Exchange the example with the other partnership in your group and classify their triangle by the sides and angles. 16
- 17. Mr. Tjersland's Math 7 Homework: Pages 376-377 #1-3 all, 5-7 all, 9-11 all, 15-17 all, 24, 25, 32-36 all 17
- 18. AIM: Classify Triangles 10 Indentify the triangle below. A Equilateral Triangle B Isosceles Acute Triangle C Isosceles Right Triangle D Isosceles Obtuse Triangle E Scalene Acute Triangle F Scalene Right Triangle G Scalene Obtuse Triangle 18