Students will study the Polibius and Caesar ciphers.
Students will study anagrams, the pigpen and rail fence ciphers.
Students will study 3D solids and their 2D projections.
Students will be constructing all the 3D solids having given 2D projections.
Students will study lesson 9 from the course book.
Students will pay a virtual visit to the Island of Knights and Liars. Students will have to solve logic puzzles based on the habits of the islanders.
Students will learn the definition of a statement and how the AND operation acts on statements.
Students will continue studying Boolean algebra.
Students will review clock arithmetic and learn the applications of mod 360 arithmetic to measuring angles and to timekeeping.
Students will learn about time's relationships with the globe, including time zones and more.
Students will continue learning about the relationships between geometry and time, using real-world examples from around the globe.
Students will learn more about modular arithmetic through examples surrounding time in a world where people count mod seven.
Students will review previous concepts in Quiz 1 and learn how to solve Cryptarithms in this week's lesson.
Students will learn about divisibility rules for numbers in base 10.
Students will review the fundamentals of geometry through two introduction handouts.
Students will learn to utilize a ruler and compass to construct triangles and evaluate congruence proofs.
Students will review the previous lessons and take a quiz on geometric constructions.
Students will continue building upon their knowledge of geometry by learning how to construct and utilize right angles and triangles.
Students will continue learning about right triangles and The Pythagorean Theorem.
Students will explore the properties of parallel lines and apply them to proofs.
Students will learn about the unique properties of vectors and why they are useful in geometric proofs.
Students will learn about linear combinations of vectors and how to utilize them.