The Unit 3 Test will be on Friday, November 14. Don't forget, you can earn up to 3 extra credit points on your test if you turn in your Tessellation project on Friday!
1. Please know the definitions of the following:
Acute Angles - less than 90 degrees
Right Angles - 90 degrees exactly
Obtuse Angles - greater than 90 degrees, less than 180 degrees
Reflex Angles - greater than 180 degrees
Adjacent Angles - angles that are "next" to each other, they share a side and a vertex
Opposite/Vertical Angles - When two lines intersect, four angles are formed. The angles opposite each other are called vertical or opposite angles.
Polygons - closed figures with straight sides
Triangles - polygon with 3 sides and 3 angles
Equilateral triangle - 3 equal sides
Isosceles triangle - at least 2 equal sides
Scalene triangle - no equal sides
Quadrangle - polygon with 4 angles, same as a quadrilateral, which is a polygon with 4 sides and angles
Pentagon - polygon with 5 sides and angles
Hexagon - polygon with 6 sides and angles
Octagon - polygon with 8 sides and angles
Parallel lines - lines that run side by side and never meet
Congruent - having the same exact size and shape
2. Be able to tell how some polygons are alike and how they are different.
3. Be able to measure angles with a protractor.
4. Be able to draw and label adjacent angles.
5. Be able to draw each type of triangle: equilateral, isosceles, and scalene.
6. Be able to use your template to make a tessellation.
7. Know place value from hundredths place to hundred millions place.
___ ___ ___, ___ _______, ___ ___ ___ . ___ ___
8. Be able to multiply multiples of 10.
300 * 4000 = _____ 50 * 800 = _____
27,000 = 90 * _____ 300,000 = 6000 * _____
9. Find the maximum, minimum, range, mode, and median of a set of data.
24, 32, 36, 27, 24, 40, 34, 38
maximum ____ minimum ____ range ____ mode _____
10. Know that the three angles of a triangle have a sum of 180 degrees and that the four angles of a quadrilateral have a sum of 360 degrees.