## Here you can find information about the 2014-2015 School Year High School Finals. Remember you have a choice of doing either the exam or the project.

Algebra 1
Final Exam Overview (June 9th @ 8:15 am)- 30 total questions (15 multiple choice, 5 true/false, 10 completion)
- 40% Application (Graphing linear equations, solving systems of linear equations)
- 60% Comprehension/Understanding (Slope, Y-intercept, Forms of equations)
Topics- Forms of linear equations
- Coordinate plane
- Systems of linear equations (graphic and algebraic solutions)
Exam Study Guide Final Project OverviewSystems of linear equations are a useful way to solve common problems in different areas of life. One of the most powerful ways to use them is in a comparison model where two similar situations are compared side by side to determine which one is better. - In this project, you will be using systems of linear equations to decide which car to buy. To do so you will compare the base price (the cost of the car) and the cost of driving the car.
- You will gather information (price of the car and the miles per gallon) for each of the cars. Then you will write a system of linear equations for both cars of your choice and create a graph to determine which will be the better buy. You will also verify your graphical information by using either the elimination or substitution method. Finally, you will create a book of your findings to present your choice and rationale.
- The rough draft is due:
**June 3, 2015**.The rough draft should have all of the needed information for your book. - The final draft is due
**June 9, 2015**.
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Geometry
Final Exam Overview (June 8th @ 10:25 a.m.)- 50 total questions (20 multiple choice, 20 true/false, 10 completion)
- 60% geometric terms (Definitions, Attributes, Theorems)
- 40% application (Algebraic connections, Interpreting diagrams)
Topics- Lines
- Angles
- Medians
- Polygons
- Congruent Figures
- Circles
- Triangles (inc. points of concurrency)
- Parallelograms
Exam Study Guide Final Project Overview Shapes, angles and lines are all around us. Anything and everything that has shape and size, that moves or does not move, that is a living thing or a non-living thing has an element of Geometry in it. This project allows you to create the elements of Geometry of your own world. - You design and draw a town map that incorporates many geometric key terms. You may work with one partner.
- The project should be on poster board 11 in by 14 in and larger. It can be drawn by hand, or done on the computer, or even a combination of both.
- The rough draft is due:
**June 1, 2015**.The rough draft should NOT have any color, but it should have all of the geometric terms drawn and labeled on the map and the legend. - The final draft is due
**June 8, 2015**.
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