Ch 3 Syl Homework h1.17 Pg 141 1, 2, 6, 8; 1017 all. Day 4 Section 3.7 Topic Quiz andDilations Quiz 3.1-3.3. tessalations DUE. Math Home Page. Honors geometry Page. http://www.gcs.k12.in.us/jhs/efhHnrsGeo/Ch3 Syllabus.htm
Extractions: Honors Geometry: Syllabus Chapter 3 Day 1 Section 3.1 Topic: Reflections Quiz: none Date B: Oct 4; A: Oct 7 Class Work : c1.14: Graphing Exercises + Workbook 3.1 Homework : h1.15: Pg 128: 4-9 all; 10, 11, 13, 16, 22, 23 Day 2 Section 3.2 Topic: Translations Quiz: none Date B: Oct 8; A: Oct 9 Class Work c1.15: Pg 131: 1, 4, 5, 9; Graphing Exercises; Workbook 3.2 Homework Pg 135: 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 17, 18, 19 Day 3 Section 3.3 Topic: Rotations Quiz: none Date B: Oct 10; A: Oct 11 Class Work Workbook 3.3 + Rotation WS Have Compass, Straight Edge, and Protractor Homework: h1.17: Pg 141: 1, 2, 6, 8; 10-17 all Day 4 Section 3.7 Topic: Quiz and Dilations Quiz: TESSALATIONS DUE Date B: Oct 14; A: Oct 15 Class Work Quiz + Workbook 3.7 Homework: h1.18: Pg 169: 5-8; 13, 15 Home Contents Math Home Page Honors Geometry Page
Links For Maths HEAR (yes, hear) a mathematical expression? Well worth exploring! PaperFolding geometry, tangrams, tessalations and all that. and http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/nelthorp/limaths.html
Extractions: Roger p@rsons_world of George Boole - heard of boolean algebra? used a computer This great Victorian mathematician was one of the founding fathers of computing and information technology. And he was a local lad from Lincoln. Read and be proud! The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Mathematics The Home Page for Users of TI Calculators : Texas Instruments education page Math Forum: Ask Dr. Math - High School Level : send in your maths problems by e-mail and get a personal answer. Packed with answers to all sorts of maths- and science-related questions already sent. WebMath - a good site with help and information on all sorts of maths topics. Would you like to solve an equation? chart or graph a mathematical expression? HEAR (yes, hear) a mathematical expression? Well worth exploring! Paper Folding : geometry, tangrams, tessalations and all that and while we're on the subject of tessallations, here are two good sites about M C Escher, the 'mathematician's artist', and the painter who made the impossible seem possible:
Southwest District Educational Links *, What is a Tessalation? This site offers a definition of what tessalations areand how to build and name them. *, First Grade geometry, This site offers a http://dist.houstonisd.org/southwest/archives/resources/links.htm
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Extractions: Other Math Resources EduStock Edustock is designed to teach people of all ages about the stock market. It includes: EduStock http://tqd.advanced.org/3088/welcome/welcomenf.html The Diet Problem: An Application of Linear Programming Check-off the foods you're willing to eat and the program will find the cheapest combination of them meeting a person's daily nutritional requirements. Provides numbers of servings, cost, percentages of nutrients from different sources, etc. in both table and pie chart form. PLEASE consult your doctor before embarking on any diet especially one, for example, including 10 servings of Air-Popped Popcorn!! Argonne National Laboratory Mathematics and Computer Science Division http://www.mcs.anl.gov/home/otc/Guide/CaseStudies/diet/index.html
Sites Maths Et Informatiques - Sciencesgate Translate this page Welcome to Math Planet geometry Crash Course Ce site contient toute une MathematicalClassification of tessalations Sur ce site les mathématiques et l http://www.sciencesgate.com/maths.htm
Extractions: SCIENCES MATHEMATIQUES ET INFORMATIQUES MATHEMATIQUES SITES GENERAUX http://www.wims.unice.fr Interactive mathematics on the internet - Le titre est en anglais mais le site est bilingue français/anglais et, comme son url lindique, provient de lUniversité de Nice. On y trouve un nombre important de documents pédagogiques téléchargeables, des exercices interactifs, des outils mathématiques en ligne, et une passionnante « Galerie de surfaces algébriques animées ». http://www.emath.fr/index1.html Site de lEcole Mathématique Française. On y trouve plusieurs serveurs dont un dédié à la pédagogie comprenant en particulier un site de mathématiques interactives, une base de données dexercices de mathématiques en TeX et le site MathImage qui présente les productions audiovisuelles destinées à lenseignement.
Lane ESD TLCF Grant fractions with School House Math Rock; Logic Blocks Playroom; geometry ~ problemsolve Draw mode Claris Works to make quilt designs; tessalations ~ Art ~ Visors. http://www.lane.k12.or.us/insttech/tlcf2000/math/elemideas.htm
Extractions: Lane ESD TLCF Grant Home Institute Resources Input Ways Technology is being used in the Elementary Mathematics Curriculum Graphing and Spreadsheets Time, Money and Maps Geometry Other Math Skills Integrated with Language Arts Integrated with Art Draw mode Claris Works to make quilt designs Tessalations ~ Art ~ Visors
Mathbooklet6_8 geometry (D/I). Back to top of page. GRADE 7 - TOOLS, TECHNIQUES. Chp. 8.Chp. 9. tessalations - Find newspaper article with an ezample of a display. http://www.d46.k12.il.us/curriculum/mathbooklet6_8.htm
Extractions: GRAYSLAKE SCHOOL DIST. 46 MATH GRADES 6-8 SCOPE AND SEQUENCE Return to the index OVERVIEW VOCABULARY / CONCEPTS TOOLS, TECHNIQUES EVALUATION, SYNTHESIS / OPTIONS Grade 6 Grade 6 Grade 6 Grade 7 ... UNITS - Grades 6 - 8 OVERVIEW Mathematics is a language we use to identify, describe and investigate the patterns and challenges of everyday living. It helps us to understand the events that have occurred and to predict and prepare for events to come so that we can more fully understand our world and more successfully live in it. Mathematics encompasses arithmetic, measurement, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, probability and other fields. It deals with numbers, quantities, shapes and data, as well as numerical relationships and operations. Confronting, understanding and solving problems is at the heart of mathematics. Mathematics is much more than a collection of concepts and skills; it is a way of approaching new challenges through investigating, reasoning, visualizing and problem solving with the goal of communicating to others the relationships observed and problems solved. Back to top of page GRADE 6 - VOCABULARY Chapter One: Chapter Two: Base, exponent, power, scientific notation, percent, substitution principle, circle graph-(M), pie graph-(M), circle, center, radius, pie chart, diameter, sector, arc, exponential form, negative exponent.
Naalehu School Technology Plan 2000 - 2003 multicultural literature, science fiction, poetry · Math - geometry skills 2 4.Creation of tessalations for pattern production, recognition and spatial http://naalehuel.k12.hi.us/techplan2000.html
Mathematics are Quadratic Functions, Trigonometry, Algebra, Analytic geometry, geometry, ComsumerMath tessalations and Polyhedra Applications of Polyhedra Data Analysis, http://www.7oaks.org/gcc/program/math.htm
Extractions: PRE-CALCULUS MATHEMATICS 20S Senior 2 Pre-Calculus Mathematics (20S) is designed for students who intend to study calculus and related mathematics as part of their post-secondary education. Both Applied Math and Pre-Calculus are recommended for students planning to enter Science, Engineering, or both at University. (See U. of M U. of W. RRCC , entrance requirements). The course comprises, primarily, a high-level study of theoretical mathematics with an emphasis on problem solving, mental mathematics, as well as cumulative exercises and testing. Students are required to learn mathematical concepts through practise and regular homework. Many of the exercises and problems are intended to be original or different from those presented in class. Topics include: APPLIED MATHEMATICS 20S Senior 2 Applied Mathematics (20S) is one of two curricula available for students planning to pursue post-secondary studies in mathematics and science. (See U. of M
EducationalLinks The Mathematics of Cartography, The Mathematics of Rainbows. geometry throughArt, tessalations. Frank Potter's Math Links, About the numbers in today's date. http://www.mcsd.k12.ms.us/EducationalLinks.html
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TAG CURRICULUM Science Fiction. Math, *Directional Maps *Graphing, *Graphing *MultiplicationTables, *geometry *tessalations, *Decimals *Units of Measurement. http://www.hartcom.net/eaglegrove/curricul.htm
Cd-eng These CDs are designed to give an exciting introduction to geometry, and are 1 describesthe history and scientific applications of tessalations and polyhedra http://www.rhombus.be/cd-eng.htm
Extractions: Guaranteed to stimulate even the most jaded of Math students! These CDs are designed to satisfy the requirements of the British National Curriculum for Mathematics Attainment Target 4, which states that students should be able to "use a computer to generate and transform 2D and 3D objects ". Both discs are supplied with a Student's workbook and a Teacher's guide. Shape and Space 1 investigates the angles of polygons, and stellated polygons, and looks at regular and semi-regular tessallations. It also covers Archimedes' method for estimating Pi. Shape and Space 2 provides a simple introduction to the properties of polyhedra, including pyramids, prisms, and regular and stellated polyhedra. It also looks at Pythagoras' Theorum, and at Hamilton's Voyage Around the World. These CDs are designed to give an exciting introduction to geometry, and are both supplied with printed booklets for the Student, and with Teachers' Guides. Polytopia 1 describes the history and scientific applications of tessalations and polyhedra, from Plato's Geometrical Alchemy to Buckminsterfullerine.
Extractions: Pattern and form surround us from the branching angles of our blood vessels and the complexity of computer algorithms to inventory scheduling and the four-dimensional geometry of our universe. As the pure expression of pattern and form, mathematics is the language of all science. In the past 50 years, many disciplines computer science, statistics, ecology, and management science, among others have been virtually transformed by the infusion of mathematics. Alongside the traditional field of mathematical physics, one now finds new fields such as mathematical biology, mathematical economics, mathematical linguistics, and mathematical psychology. A mathematics degree could lead to graduate study in any of these fields, as well as in areas in pure and applied mathematics. Moreover, students have found a major in mathematics, with its training in logic, analysis, and precise expression, to be excellent preparation for careers in law business , or medicine Curriculum
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Kenston High School ~1999 Tessellations congruent nonoverlaping copies of the same region. Over 200 geometry students created a Tessellation for this project. http://www.kenstonlocal.com/khs/math/top4.html
Dual Tessellation -- From MathWorld Alphabetical Index. Eric's other sites. geometry , Geometric Duality v. References.Wells, D. The Penguin Dictionary of Curious and Interesting geometry. http://mathworld.wolfram.com/DualTessellation.html
Extractions: The dual of a regular tessellation is formed by taking the center of each polygon as a vertex and joining the centers of adjacent polygons. The triangular and hexagonal tessellations are duals of each other, while the square tessellation it its own dual. Williams (1979, pp. 37-41) illustrates the dual tessellations of the semiregular tessellations. Cairo Tessellation Tessellation
Extractions: Tessellations ACTIVITY LINKS ACTIVITY 1 (What is Mathematics?) Title: What is Mathematics? Comment: Observations on the the nature of mathematics from Pathways to School Improvement . Includes: "Mathematics should include experiences that help students to shift their thinking about mathematics and define mathematics as a study of patterns and relationships." Title: Pythagoras: Music and Space Comment: A brief introduction to Pythagoras' observations on the relationship between music and number. Graphics show music intervals expressed as mathematical ratios. If you have a plug-in that can play sound, you can pluck the strings to hear the notes. Title: How to Make Ukrainian Easter Eggs Comment: Tells you everything you need to know about the basics of making pysanky (Ukrainian Easter Eggs). Click on any design and you'll be taken to the instructions for it. Challenge students to explain why the egg at the right from Designs (Advanced Designs) is different from the others. [Click on the egg for the solution.]
Geometry And Computer The computer may actually facilitate the use of language in geometry. Doing TessalationsThis site is great for showing how to do tessellations on the computer http://www.whitworth.edu/Academic/Department/Education/Classes/ED421_Michaelis/g
Extractions: Is the computer a sound tool for thinking? Manipualtives are simply tools for children to think with; the computer provides a different set of tools, but can benefit even young children as a way of seeing how objects relate spatially. The children will be able to keep copies of their explorations and compare earlier work with later work. This is not easy in a manipulatives-only environment. We truly don't "know" something unless it becomes part of our language system. The computer may actually facilitate the use of language in geometry. With manipulatives the student might simply reach over and rotate an object to make it fit with another piece; in the computer environment the student must decide on such commands as Rotate Left or Flip Horizonal, and thereby learn important geometric language concepts in an embedded context.
Untitled Document show how Mathematica can be used in 2 and 3-dimensional Euclidean geometry. tessalationsof the Euclidean plane.The text file Wallpaper.eg explains how to run http://www.math.utsc.utoronto.ca/B30/B30.html
Extractions: This package allows one to study the isometries of the cube (or octahedron) and the dodecahedron (or icosahedron). In the directory README are text files explaining how to use the package. The exercises in Symmetries.ex aim to show graphically that the symmetry group of the cube is isomorphic to S and of the dodecahedron to A
Geometry For Division 3 geometry. Division 3. Use the links below to find interesting geometryactivities and explanations on the web. Take time to read http://www.sd36.bc.ca/sites/htthif/Geometry Div3.html
Extractions: Geometry Division 3 Use the links below to find interesting geometry activities and explanations on the web. Take time to read the explanations and then study the images to understand what is being represented. Some of the links will have activities to do. You can ask your teacher for materials or you can do some of the activities at home. Most importantly, have fun with math! Polygons: Triangles: Circles: Line of Symmetry Solids: Tessalations: what is a tessalation?