# Week of 2.02.15 ```Analytic Geometry Week of 2/02/15
Dates
Standard
2/2/15
Monday
MCC9-12.G.GMD.3
Use volume formulas
for cylinders,
pyramids, cones, and
spheres to solve
problems.
2/3/15
Tuesday
MCC9-12.G.GMD.3
Use volume formulas
for cylinders,
pyramids, cones, and
spheres to solve
problems.
2/4/15
Wednesday
MCC9-12.G.GMD.3
Use volume
formulas for
cylinders, pyramids,
cones, and spheres
to solve problems.
2/5/15
Thursday
2/6/15
Friday
(No standards pertain
– review of
probability)
How do I determine
the probability of an
event?
What is the
difference between
theoretical and
experimental
probability?
Spinner questions –
see what they
probability.
MCC9-12.G.GMD.2 (+)
Give an informal
argument using
Cavalieri’s principle for
the formulas for the
volume of a sphere and
other solid figures
Time
Essential Question/
Key Question
How do I find the
volume of composite
figures?
What is Cavalieri’s
Principle?
How do I find the
volume of different
geometric shapes?
How do I find the
volume of different
geometric shapes?
Lesson Opener
First problem: How
can I find the volume
of the following
figure? (Rocket –
cylinder with cone on
top)
composite figure! Give
all necessary
measurements to find
the volume.
Give to a partner to
find the volume.
Put into teams for
Jeopardy
10 minutes to take
review questions –
set timer
Analytic Geometry Week of 2/02/15
Procedures/Strategies Notes – composite
figures
Time
Penny example: How
can I find the volume
of this stack of
pennies?
How will it change
when I “shear” the
stack?
Review game –
Jeopardy!
Test
Define terms in
notes.
Notes – Cavalieri’s
principle and examples
Time
Time
Lesson Summary
Review slant height
with a problem, if
time allows
Have a student restate
Cavalieri’s principle in
his/her own words.
Assessment/
Evaluation
volume of ice cream
cone
Smartboard
problems involving
Cavalieri’s principle
Smartboard
Materials Needed
First, spinner
problems – find the
probabilities.
Everyone will roll
dice, and we will
collect a class sample.
What are the
experimental
probabilities of rolling
each number? How
do they compare to
the theoretical
probabilities?
Give hw.
Tell students that I
have some review
problems on my
online classroom
that they can use to
review.
HW: study!
(Students have all
class period to finish
test)
Jeopardy game
Formula sheets