Monthly Archives: March 2016

2/28/16- Area and Segments on Circles

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Warm-up Create a diagram of part of a circle with a whole chord shown on it, and create a part of a line segment that would be a diameter if extended. The key idea here, is that when you see … Continue reading

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Circles Worksheets- Answers

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Click the link below for a PDF of 3 of the worksheets. The 4th Worksheet is pictured below. Answers to Circles Worksheets   Please note, the answer to the last question should be 14√2π (62.2), not 14π

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3/9/16- Interior and Exterior Angles

First, we worked through this worksheet: Inquiry for Angles formed by lines on circles Then we did practice problems on the following worksheet: Interior, Exterior, and Inscribed Angles on Circles

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Parts for Sakura

 

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3/8/16- Inscribed Angles

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11-Inscribed Angles

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3/7/16- Central Angles and Intercepted Arcs

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First, we finished up the circles vocabulary worksheets, and then we went more in depth on minor arcs, major arcs, central angles and their intercepted arcs. The picture below shows what was covered in our notes: Students then worked through … Continue reading

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3/4/16- Introduction to Circles Vocabulary

We worked through the following worksheets: Circles Diagrams for Guessing Vocab Circle Diagrams and Key Questions On the first worksheet, students matched the given words to the correct diagram. We then went back and matched definitions to each diagram.

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Worksheet Answers

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Worksheet Examples

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Examples for Studying- Unit 4

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