Geometry

Provide detailed solutions that explain the concepts used to solve them.

For chapters 16 to 26 – Summative Problems Choose three problems that you feel capture the main points of the chapter. One problem must pertain to students’ thinking. These problems cannot be from homework assignments, notes or exams. These problems can be from the supplemental exercises in the textbook or outside sources. Provide detailed solutions …

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Provide detailed solutions that explain the concepts used to solve them.

For chapters 16 to 26 – Summative Problems Choose three problems that you feel capture the main points of the chapter. One problem must pertain to students’ thinking. These problems cannot be from homework assignments, notes or exams. These problems can be from the supplemental exercises in the textbook or outside sources. Provide detailed solutions …

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Provide detailed solutions that explain the concepts used to solve them.

For chapters 16 to 26 – Summative Problems Choose three problems that you feel capture the main points of the chapter. One problem must pertain to students’ thinking. These problems cannot be from homework assignments, notes or exams. These problems can be from the supplemental exercises in the textbook or outside sources. Provide detailed solutions …

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• more than 45 minutes overtime: assignment will not be accepted.

OVERTIME ASSIGNMENT SUBMISSION POLICY: • Less than 10 minutes overtime: No deductions. • 10 – 20 minutes overtime: 10% of the assignment’s total will be deducted. • 20 – 30 minutes overtime: 25% of the assignment’s total will be deducted. • 30 – 45 minutes overtime: 50% of the assignment’s total will be deducted. • …

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If you write it out by hand, you may submit pictures of your work.

Your unit project will summarize the different topics you have learned and allow you to demonstrate your skills. Be sure to read through the entire file (attached) carefully along with the rubric posted below that shows how your grade will be calculated. You may submit your work in the Word document (attached), written on the …

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