• Friday, June 3

    Posted by Sarah Trautz on 6/3/2016

    Today we did more practice with probability problems and using Venn diagrams, tree diagrams, and two-way tables to answer questions.

    Handout

    Homework: Complete problems in packet.

     

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  • Wednesday, June 1

    Posted by Sarah Trautz on 6/1/2016

    Today we defined independent and mutually exclusive events.

    Homework: p. 386 #1-4, 9, 13

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  • Friday, May 27

    Posted by Sarah Trautz on 5/27/2016

    Today we started calculating probability of events.

    No homework!

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  • Thursday, May 26

    Posted by Sarah Trautz on 5/26/2016

    Today we started probability by looking at counting methods.

    Slides

    Homework: Complete problems on handout

    Handout

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  • Wednesday, May 25

    Posted by Sarah Trautz on 5/25/2016

    Today we took a test on trig and volumes.

    No homework.

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  • Monday, May 23

    Posted by Sarah Trautz on 5/23/2016

    Today we reviewed for the test on trig and volumes.

    Review

    Reminder: Test on Wednesday.  Bring your calculators!!

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  • Friday, May 20

    Posted by Sarah Trautz on 5/20/2016

    Today we found the formula for the volume of a sphere.

    Handout

    Homework:  p. 792 #5, 10, 6, 7 (do #10 before doing #6 and 7)

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  • Wednesday, May 18

    Posted by Sarah Trautz on 5/18/2016

    Today we used volume formulas for prisms and pyramids.

    Homework: Complete the circled problems on the Additional Practice handout.

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  • Monday, May 16

    Posted by Sarah Trautz on 5/16/2016

    Today we found volume formulas for prisms and pyramids.

    Handout

    Homework: page 785 #1-3, 6-10

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  • Friday, May 13

    Posted by Sarah Trautz on 5/13/2016

    Today we introduced Cavalieri's principle. 

    Handout

    Here is a link to a video describing Cavalieri's principle.

    http://schoolyourself.org/learn/geometry/cavalieri-3d

    Homework:  p. 775 # 3, 4, 6-8, 11-13

     

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