Making Math Meaningful: A 10th Grade Student’s Workbook

Geometry and some Algebra II

Andrew Starzynski and Jamie York



After a full year of algebra studies, the student enters tenth grade ready to take a big step forward: learning how to write deductive proofs.  There is a great variety of topics to be explored in this workbook.  While it is possible to cover most of these topics in the tenth grade year, a class may instead spend most of the year on the geometry topics, and then perhaps return in eleventh grade to a couple of the topics found in the second half of this workbook.  Either way, this workbook promises to increase the students’ sense of wonder at the power and beauty of mathematics.

The units covered in this workbook are:

  • Geometry Basics
  • Circle Geometry
  • Triangle Geometry
  • Proofs!!
  • Mensuration
  • Algebra Review
  • Logarithms, Part II
  • Exponential Growth
  • Sequences & Series
  • Math & Music

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