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1Chapter 12 Radicals and Connections to Geometry Review Hamilton-Wenham Regional High SchoolDepartment of MathematicsChapter 12 Radicals and Connections to Geometry ReviewAlgebra A1Mr. Brennan
2Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School Department of MathematicsChapter 12 Review Radicals and Connections to GeometryLearning Objectives: Chapter 12Algebra A1Mr. Brennan
3Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School Department of MathematicsChapter 12 Review Radicals and Connections to GeometryLearning Objectives: Chapter 12Algebra A1Mr. Brennan
4Radicals and Connections to Geometry Chapter12Radicals and Connections to GeometryThe review for chapter 12 has three types of slidesReview material with goals and definitionsExamples with solutions (22)Practice problemsThere are 57 practice problems for Chapter 12. Work out the problems as you encounter them.The answer to each question is displayed after each question.
512 Chapter Quick Links 12.1 Functions Involving Square Roots 12.2 Operations with Radical Expressions12.3Solving Radical Expressions12.4Completing the Square12.5The Pythagorean Theorem and Its Converse12.6The Distance and Midpoint Formulas12.7Trigonometric Ratios: Exploring Data and Statistics12.8Logical Reasoning: Proof
33These are sample answers: PracticeSolutionThese are sample answers:Choose a method to solve thequadratic equation. Explainyour choice.4. finding square roots because theequation is of the form5. factoring because thequadratic can be easily factored6. Using quadratic formula becausethe quadratic contains decimals.
34The Pythagorean Theorem and Its Converse ReviewLesson12.5The Pythagorean Theorem and Its Converse
55Practice Solution Prove the theorem using the basic axioms of algebra. GivenDefinition of subtractionAddition axiom of equality.Comm. Axiom of addition.Associative axiom of additionInverse axiom of addition.Identity axiom of addition.