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# Review for Geometry Finals

Created By Camryn, Tyler, and Tony

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on 15 June 2010#### Transcript of Review for Geometry Finals

Geometry Finals Review!!! Lesson 10.2 Lesson 6.4 Lesson 10.4 Lesson 10.3 By Camryn, Tyler, KJ And Tony Review for lessons 6.3, 6.4, 10.2, 10.3, 10.4 Lesson 6.3 In this lesson, we learned about 5 helpful conjectures

about circle angles.

Inscribed angles intersecting arcs conj.

Angles inscribed in a semicircle conj.

Inscribed angles conj.

Cyclic quadratic conj.

Parallel lines intercepted arcs conj.

These help you to figure out measures and lengths of arcs and measures of shapes inside the circle. In this Lesson, we learned the formula for the volume

of prisms and cylinders.

Conj. A

Conj. B

Conj. C

This is very important because you now know how to figure out volume. You know the formula and it is very simple to remember.

V=BxH B is the area of the base and H is the height of the object. This works for any prism or cylinder! Conj. A, B, C basically say the same thing, In this lesson, we find out how to get

the volume of pyramids and cones

using 2 simple conjectures.

Volume of pyramid=1/3 BxH

Volume of Cone=1/3 BxH

These are easy to remember and will

always work

You can figure out the area of a regular

polygon by using 1/2ap Lesson 10.4 is basically a review of

lesson 10.3, it reminds you how to

figure out the volume of a triangular

prism, cone, rectangular prism, and

cylinder.

Remember,

Volume of Trianglular prism=1/2 BxH

Volume of cone=1/3 BxH

Volume of Rectangular prism=BxH

Volume of cylinder=BxH In this lesson, we learned how to

prove things about circles using

the helpful conjectures in lesson

6.3. It reminds you how to do a

flow chart proof also.

You can use any conjecture for these

including the 5 we learned last lesson.

Full transcriptabout circle angles.

Inscribed angles intersecting arcs conj.

Angles inscribed in a semicircle conj.

Inscribed angles conj.

Cyclic quadratic conj.

Parallel lines intercepted arcs conj.

These help you to figure out measures and lengths of arcs and measures of shapes inside the circle. In this Lesson, we learned the formula for the volume

of prisms and cylinders.

Conj. A

Conj. B

Conj. C

This is very important because you now know how to figure out volume. You know the formula and it is very simple to remember.

V=BxH B is the area of the base and H is the height of the object. This works for any prism or cylinder! Conj. A, B, C basically say the same thing, In this lesson, we find out how to get

the volume of pyramids and cones

using 2 simple conjectures.

Volume of pyramid=1/3 BxH

Volume of Cone=1/3 BxH

These are easy to remember and will

always work

You can figure out the area of a regular

polygon by using 1/2ap Lesson 10.4 is basically a review of

lesson 10.3, it reminds you how to

figure out the volume of a triangular

prism, cone, rectangular prism, and

cylinder.

Remember,

Volume of Trianglular prism=1/2 BxH

Volume of cone=1/3 BxH

Volume of Rectangular prism=BxH

Volume of cylinder=BxH In this lesson, we learned how to

prove things about circles using

the helpful conjectures in lesson

6.3. It reminds you how to do a

flow chart proof also.

You can use any conjecture for these

including the 5 we learned last lesson.