Modeling Geometry Standards
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Modeling Geometry Standards1
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SB.1
I can come to class prepared (includes having required supplies, having completed homework and/or relevant reading)
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SB.2I can participate in a class discussion5
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SB.3I can help maintain a clean classroom6
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S1.1I can identify and calculate the slope of a line using various methods8
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S1.2I can differentiate between parallel, perpendicular, oblique, and skew lines & planes
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S1.3I can solve a linear system of equations graphically
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S1.4I can solve a linear system of equations algebraically
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S1.5I can create a line parallel or perpendicular to a given line through a point
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S1.6I can write the equation of a line from a graph AND graph a line from its equation
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S2.1I can apply various techniques to measure segments and angles
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S2.2I can apply the segment & angle addition postulates to solve problems
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S2.3I can classify angles based on their measure
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S2.4I can identify angle pairs and solve for related measurements
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S2.5I can solve problems involving ratio and proportion
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S3.1I can solve for properties of a square (side length, area, perimeter)
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S3.2I can solve problems involving segment & angle bisectors
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S3.3I can apply the midpoint formula to solve problems
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S3.4I can identify different types of symmetry (line & rotational) in shapes
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S3.5I can relate the diagonals of a square to its side length
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S4.1I can define and solve problems involving isosceles right triangles
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S4.2I can use the distance formula to solve for the distance between two points on a graph
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S4.3I can solve problems involving area and perimeter of a right triangle
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S4.4I can use the Pythagorean Theorem to solve for missing sides of a right triangle
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S4.5I can solve missing sides and angles in a 30/60/90 right triangle
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S5.1I can use proportions to solve for measurements of similar figures
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S5.2I can solve for the missing side in a triangle using trig ratios
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S5.3I can solve for the measure of an angle using inverse trig ratios
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S5.4I can classify triangles by sides and angles
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S5.5I can apply the Exterior Angle Theorem to solve for an unknown angle of a triangle
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S5.6I can use the Triangle Sum Theorem to solve for a missing angle in a triangle
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S6.1I can solve problems involving area and perimeter of a rectangle
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S6.2I can classify and solve for angle pairs formed by parallel lines cut by a transversal
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S6.3I can solve for the area & perimeter of rectangles
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S6.4I can identify the corresponding pieces of polygons
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S6.5I can prove triangles congruent using the 4 major congruence postulates & theorems
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S7.1I can use properties of parallelograms to solve for missing sides, angles, diagonals, etc
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S7.2I can use properties of special Parallelograms to solve for missing sides, angles, diagonals, etc
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S7.3I can use properties of trapezoids to solve for missing sides, angles, diagonals, etc
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S7.4I can use properties of kites to solve for missing sides, angles, diagonals, etc
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S7.5I can solve for the area & perimeter of quadrilaterals
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S8.1I can classify shapes as polygon or not, convex or not, regular, equilateral and/or equilangular
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S8.2I can solve for the sum total of interior AND exterior angles in a polygon
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S8.3I can solve for a missing angle of polygon (interior or exterior, including regular polygons)
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S9.1I can identify pieces of circles (radius, diameter, chord, tangent, secant, minor/major arcs)
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S9.2I can solve problems involving central & inscribed angles and their intercepted arcs
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S9.3I can solve problems involving intersecting chords/secants/tangents and the arcs, angles and segments created
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S9.4I can solve problems related to the equation of a circle
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S9.5I can solve problems involving circumference and arc length of circles
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S9.6I can solve problems invovling area and sectors of circles
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S10.1I can classify 3D shapes as polyhedra (or not), convex (or not)
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S10.2I can use Euler's theroem to solve for faces, vertices, and edges of a polyhedra
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S10.3I can solve for the surface area of right prisms cylinders, pyramids, cones, and spheres
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S10.4I can solve for the volume of right prisms cylinders, pyramids, cones, and spheres
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