# math.textbook.projec.. ```Mr. Maki
Math Project
Due
For this project, you will be constructing your own textbook for Chapter 8. Your job is to
create your own mini-textbook about the topic SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS, HL Theorem, and
CPCTC. You may use your textbook, notes, quizzes, homework, and your own knowledge to
build your textbook. Your textbook should include words, drawings, images, magazine cut
outs and anything that you can think of that relates to the topics. Use your minds and please
be as creative as you can and want to be! Remember, you are trying to sell your textbook to
schools, teachers and students. Below is a checklist of what you need to include.
 Explain SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS, HL Theorem, and CPCTC with diagrams.
 Provide 1 example and show a two-column proof which uses SSS or SAS.
 Provide 1 example and show a two-column proof which uses ASA, or AAS.
 Provide 1 example and show a two-column proof which uses HL theorem.
 Provide 1 example and show a two-column proof which uses CPCTC.
 Each example needs to be taken from the list on the next page.
 When you show each two column proof make sure you explain each step.
Keep in mind that you are writing a textbook. You need to explain
everything!!
 Your last section should explain why schools, teachers and students
Here are the example problems you can use for the Textbook Project! You need to use
either example A or B for EACH category.
SSS and SAS
Ex B. Given: DB bisects CA, ADCD
Prove: ABDCBD
C
B
B
A
D
A
D
ASA and AAS
Prove: ABDCDB
B
Ex B. Given: BE, C is a midpoint of BE.
Prove: ABCDEC
B
C
C
D
A
D
A
E
HL Theorem
Ex A. Given: HJ is a perpendicular bisector of
Ex B. Given: SQ is perpendicular to PR, SPSR
Prove: SPQSRQ
LI, LKIH
Prove: LJKIJH
S
H
I
J
L
P
R
Q
K
CPCTC
Ex A. Given: WX//ZY, WXZY
Ex B. Given: GI, HKJHJK
Prove: GKJIJK
Prove: WZXY
W
G
X
I
H
Z
Y
K
J
Accuracy of Work
4 pts
Presentation &amp;
Creativity of Work
2 pts
Outstanding
Satisfactory
Unsatisfactory
The definitions,
explanations, and
examples are all
correct. All areas of
the topic were
covered
One computational
error in a definition,
explanation, or
example. One area of
the topic was not
covered.
More than one
computational error
one area was not
covered
4 pts
3 pts
1 pt
Work is organized
neatly and presented
clearly. All
directions were
followed. The paper
is typed (except
diagrams)
Most data is presented
orderly and neatly.
Nearly all of the
directions were
followed. The paper
is not typed
Work is unorganized
and difficult to
interpret.
Demonstrate a lack
of care for one’s
product.
1 pt
0 pts
Clearly shows a
deeper
understanding of the
topic.
Deep understanding of
the topic is fairly
evident.
Little evidence to
indicate an
understanding of the
topic.
2 pts
1 pt
0 pts
2 pts
Critical Thinking
2 pts
0/8 = 0%
5/8 = 63%
1/8 = 13%
6/8 = 75%
2/8 = 25%
7/8 = 88%
3/8 = 38%
8/8 = 100%
4/8 = 50%