# Journal #1 Introduce yourself Something interesting about you

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```					Journal #1:
Introduce yourself
you.
What are your goals for the
year?
What are your goals for life?
Journal #2:
Explain specifically what area
and perimeter represents.

Explain how to solve
2x + 3 = 10 in your own
words.
Journal #3:
Find a counterexample for
this statement: The sum of
two numbers is always
Journal #4:
Write in five sentences or less if
you have been keeping up with
your “learning” so far and will this
continue or not.
Journal #5:
Compare and contrast acute,
obtuse, and straight angles.
Discuss what a linear pair, and
complementary angles are.
Journal #6:
Write in your own words the
Journal #7:
p. 32, #’s 61, 70 & 74.
Explain step by step how to
solve each problem.
Journal #8:
postulate. Find the distance and
midpoint for the points (4,-5) and
(-3,5).
Journal #9: Find the area &
perimeter or circumference.

r =10

7
10
Journal #10: Write a detailed
explanation of one concept
you learned from chapter 1.
At least 5 sentences. Explain
this concept in detail. Turn this
Journal #11: Describe in your
own words all 7 of the point,
line and plane postulates.
Journal #12: Write a detailed
explanation of one concept you
learned from sections 2.1 through
2.3. At least 5 sentences.
Explain this concept in detail.
Journal #13:
Discuss your week off. Explain in
detail one of the postulates or
theorems on the board from the last
unit.
Journal #14:
Write out the parallel and
words with an example.
Journal #15:
Describe how to write an equation
perpendicular to y = 3x + 4, and
through the point (-4, 7).

Describe the corresponding angles
converse postulate (p. 150).
Journal #16:
Describe how to write an equation
parallel to y = 5x + 4, and through
the point (-4, 8).

Describe the alternate exterior
angles converse theorem (p. 150).

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