Directions: Print out a copy of this list so that you can check off items as you find them. Pay attention to point values.
"Good Luck, everyone."
Internet Items:
 What is the value of pi to 100 or more decimal places? (10 points)
 Make a list of geometry terms (plus definitions) that all begin with the same letter. (1 point each...up to 15 max)
 Name 5 Platonic Solids and include pictures. (15 points)
 What are the names of 2 types of NonEuclidean Geometries? (10 points)
 How many books in Euclid's Elements ? What is the title of Book Thirteen?(10 points)
 Give the URL of a web site or submit an envelope/ letterhead/ business card with a geometric logo. (10 points)
 What are 3 devices used to measure angles? (15 points)
 Find 3 female mathematicians. What is their nationality or country, birth date and in your own words describe their contribution to math and science? (15 points)
 What is a tessellation? Include a picture of a tessellation. (10 points)
 Find a comic that involves math. Print it out. Why it is humorous? (15 points)
 What is the number of hexagons and pentagons on an "official" soccer ball? (10 points)
 Visit the following site, print out and answer any Problem of the Week. Site #1(20 points)
 Locate a picture of a work of art, print it and describe its geometric pattern(s). (10 points)
 Visit a Web site about "Pi Day". When is it? Describe an activity that has been done on Pi Day OR email a Pi day Greeting Card to your current math instructor(You can find their email address at the HS Staff Directory)(10 points)
 Visit the following web site A Plus Math and play MATHO or the Hidden Picture game. Give a brief description of your individual game [ex: what was the hidden picture, what was your time and type of MATHO (vertical, horizontal, oblique)] (10 points)
 Visit the Math in Daily Life web site. Read about an activity and write a summary of what you learned from it. (15 points)
 The names of the math teachers at Ashwaubenon High School, first and last names spelled correctly. (10 points)
 Visit a Geometry Web Site of your choice. Give its URL and a brief description of why you chose it/ why it is interesting. (10 points)
 Print pictures of traffic signs and identify the various shapes of the traffic signs. You may hand write on the printout what the various shapes of the signs are. (1 point each...up to 10 max)
 Create your own scavenger hunt item for the Internet. Give the URL of the Web site where this item can be found. (10 points)
NonInternet Items (Must be on 8 1/2 by 11 paper):
 A classified ad for a surveyor or cartographer. (10 points)
 An advertisement that contains different sizes of the same shape. (10 points)
 An advertisement that contains vertical angles. (10 points)
 An advertisement that uses a conditional statement. (10 points)
 Ad advertisement that uses concentric circles. (10 points)
 UPC bar codes from 3 different sizes of the same product. (15 points)
Keep track of your estimated point total HERE > _____________
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