We’ve got spirit, yes we do! We’ve got spirit, how ’bout you? Happy Homecoming Week, Panthers!

In Geometry, we looked at corresponding angles and sides as well as using those sides and angles to prove triangles are congruent to one another. This was a bit painful, if I’m being honest, because no one like proofs. However, we survived. The key thing to remember is that you have to show all sides and all angles are congruent using properties and theorems that we’ve discussed thus far. Then, once all corresponding pieces are proven congruent, we can conclude that the triangles are congruent. Tomorrow, I’ll teach y’all some shortcuts, but *sssshhhh* it’s a secret. 😉

In Algebra II, we looked at how to factor special case polynomials. These started out simple enough in the case of the difference of squares. However, when we looked at both the sum of cubes and difference of cubes, things started getting a little messy. There will be formulas on a formula chart for you to use on the test. So, if you don’t have today’s formulas memorized, then no worries. Notice that I have no mention of a sum of squares, that’s because these are prime!