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My Final Exam will be a Project Based. The Project will Have three parts
1 st Part Write one page paper about the topic your group has chosen. Must include information pertinent to your research topic
2 nd Part: Poster Must include pictures and Definitions Two sample problem about the topic should be solved in the Poster
3 rd Part: Oral Presentation Present Poster and Read Research Paper Speak Clearly Explain the two sample problems from your poster. Length: No more than 5-7 minutes.
Due: Thursday/Friday: December 9 th,10 th 2010
Choose your Group. Group should not have more than 4 people.
TOPICS of Choice: Pythagorean Theorem Points, Lines, Plane, Ray Interior Angles of a Triangle equals 180 Exterior angle of Triangle Supplementary and Complementary Angles Vertical Angles, Alternate Angles Slope of a Line: m= (y2-y1)/(x2-x1) Slope Intercept Form: y=mx+b Point Slope Form: y-y1=M(x-x1) Solving Equations Independent, Dependent Variables Distributive Property Types of Triangles: Equilateral, Isosceles, Scalene Circle
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