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**For each of your assignments, you are expected to write your answers on a seperate sheet of paper. You do not have to print any of this out, unless you would like to you are able to. Do not feel obligated to do so. I would like you to email me DAILY DAILY DAILY of each of your assignments that are complete so I can give you accurate grades for them.**

**You are able to email me at any time with questions or concerns. I will be available to video conference on Zoom on each of your assignments days Monday - Thursday: 10-10:40, or Fridays 9-9:40!**

This resource will be helpful for you for all of the topics on circles. https://www.khanacademy.org/math/geometry/hs-geo-circles

**Wednesday, March 18:** You will be working on the circles study guide. Today you will be asked to be working on numbers 1-18. You will find the answer keys to all the notes we have been completing in class, in case any of you cannot find your originals.

Circles Notes Key - Circle_Notes_KEY.pdf

Arc Length and Sector Notes Key - Arc_Length_Sector_Area_Key.pdf

Circles Study Guide - Circles Study Guide(2).pdf

**Thursday, March 19:** You will be continuing to work on the Study Guide. You will finish the remainder of the study guide. Please utilize the links above for the guided notes and for the study guide.

**Friday, March 20:** We will be continuing the topics on circles. We will be working on the equations of a circle. Below you will find the notes. On the first page you will have the guided notes filled in, as well as some examples there. You will also find a sheet that I expect each of you to complete. Your main focus for this assignment is to be able to find the radius and the center of each circle. You will be able to use those two pieces in order to create the equation of a circle.

Equation of Circles - Notes - Equations of Circles.pdf

**Monday, March 23: **We will be working on the equations of a circle. Below you will find the notes. On the first page you will have the guided notes filled in, as well as some examples there. You will also find a sheet that I expect each of you to complete. This assignment will be so that you can use the center of the circle and a point on the circle when the radius is unknown. You will be able to find the radius using the distance formula.

Equations of Circles - Cont - Equations of Circles Continued.pdf

**Tuesday, March 24: **We will be working on the equations of a circle. Below you will find the notes. On the first page you will have the guided notes filled in, as well as some examples there. You will also find a sheet that I expect each of you to complete. This assignment will be step by step instructions in order to convert to general form. Please utilize the first page to show each of the steps needed in order to write the equation properly. You are to complete numbers 1-6.

Converting to General Form - Converting to General form.pdf

**Wednesday, March 25: **We will be working on the equations of a circle. Please use the link above to access the notes. This would be day 2 of you working on this topic. You are to complete the remainder of this assignment, Converting to Center-Radius Form practice 2. Please use the link above from yesterday for this assignment.

**Thursday, March 26:** We will be working on Converting to Standard Form - Notes. You will be using the step by step guide to convert the equation from general form to standard form. Please use the steps on the first page as well as examples as a guide. You are to complete numbers 1-6 from the first practice sheet.

Converting to Standard Form - Notes - Converting to Standard form.pdf

**Friday, March 27:** We will be working on Day 2 of converting to Standard Form. You will be using the guided notes from yesterday to convert from general form to standard form practice 2 sheet.

**Monday, March 30 & Tuesday, March 31:**** **You will be working on the quiz for Equations of a Circle. You are expected to take both days to complete this quiz. The link to the quiz is below. Please understand that for numbers 15, 16, 17, & 18 they are very similar to 13 & 14. Please pay close attention to the DIRECTIONS so that you are completing this accurately.

Equations of a Circle Quiz - Equation of a Circle Quiz(2).pdf

**Wednesday, April 1:** I would like you to take this time to review all of your information on circles from the study guide on March 18 & 19. Tomorrow you will be taking a quiz using google docs.

**Thursday, April 2:** Today you will be completing a unit test on Circles. You are able to use your review that you had from March 18 & 19. Please take your time. There are 30 questions. This is a UNIT TEST again. You will need to give yourself enough time to finish this in one sitting. There are two sections. Section 1: Parts of a Circle, Section 2: Segments, Angles, Arc Length and Sector Area. Once you finish part 1, you will have to hit he "Next" button in order to move onto section 2. You ALL got this!!

Link to test: https://forms.gle/krkokppHasbiUsQHA

**Friday, April 3:** We are starting a new unit today! Volume and Modeling. A lot of this information will be some review, but it is a great topic to review!

Notes: Volume of Rectangular Prism Notes.pdf

Work to be turned in: Volume of Rectangular Prism Worksheet.pdf

**Monday, April 6:** Today we will be talking about the volume of pyramids! Please see the notes and practice sheet below that you will need to complete.

Notes: Volume of Pyramids Notes.pdf

Work to be turned in: Volume of Pyramids Practice.pdf

**Tuesday, April 7: ** Today we will be talking about Volume of Cylinders & Cones. Pleaes see the notes and practice sheet below that you will need to complete.

Notes: Volume of Cylinders and Cones Notes.pdf

Work to be turned in: Volume of Cylinders and Cones Practice.pdf

**Wednesday, April 8:** Today we will be talking about the Volume of Spheres. Please see the notes and practice sheet below that you will need to complete.

Notes: Volume of Spheres Notes.pdf

Work to be turned in: Volume of Spheres Practice.pdf

**Thursday, April 9:** Today I would like you to fill in this graphic organizer. You will be taking the notes from the past few days on Volume and compiling it all here! In the column "Formula" you will put just that, each figures formula for volume. In the column "NOTES," you will be putting what the different variables mean and any additional tricks or shortcutes to remembering what to do in order to solve for these volumes.

Graphic Organizer: Volume Graphic Organizer.pdf

**Friday, April 10 - Sunday, April 19:** We are on SPRING BREAK! There will be no work given to you during this time. There will also be no available Zoom times. Please have all your work done before Spring Break so we can all enjoy this time off!

**For each of your assignments, you are expected to write your answers on a separate sheet of paper. You do not have to print any of this out, unless you would like to you are able to. Do not feel obligated to do so. I would like you to email me DAILY DAILY DAILY of each of your assignments that are complete so I can give you accurate grades for them.**

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