This summative assessment geometry project uses the formulas for area, perimeter, circumference, and volume with problem solving being the key component. In the original resource, seven plane and solid real-life geometry problems are presented which involve the construction of four different swimming pools. Students must sketch each problem as well as use the correct formula to solve each problem. Complete project directions are provided.
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This packet contains 36 pages that can be used as a weekly review for students in Algebra 2 or PreCalculus. This packet reviews Algebra One and Geometry skills. Each page has a variety of skills tested, but there are always 5 algebra problems and 5 geometry problems on each page.