Here are the answer keys for the Final Review Packets. You can find resources for review below the Review Packet links.

Math Open Reference: This site has a list of topics that can be explored. Use the Index to find information on the topic we are learning and follow the link to some great information.

Cool Math: A great website to explore and to play a few games! Information is presented in very simple to read format, but doesn't have a lot of support materials. Good for a quick overview or refresher.

Math is fun: Another good one for basic information about math or to brush up on some skills. This link will bring you to a resource for learning fractions.

Distance Formula (for finding the distance beween two points): Purplemath.com

Midpoint Formula: Mathbits.com

Scale Factors for Area/Volume: Brightstorm.com

Circles, Lines and Angles: Mathbits.com

Area of Sectors/Length of Arcs: Purplemath.com

Volume and Surface Area for Prisms, pyramids and cones: Mathplanet.com

Volume and Surface Area of a Sphere: Ducksters.com/Kidsmath

Point of Concurrency (Centroid, optional): Mathwarehouse.com

Equation of a circle (finding the center and radius on the Coordinate Plane, Optional): Purplemath.com

Cool Math: A great website to explore and to play a few games! Information is presented in very simple to read format, but doesn't have a lot of support materials. Good for a quick overview or refresher.

Math is fun: Another good one for basic information about math or to brush up on some skills. This link will bring you to a resource for learning fractions.

Distance Formula (for finding the distance beween two points): Purplemath.com

Midpoint Formula: Mathbits.com

Scale Factors for Area/Volume: Brightstorm.com

Circles, Lines and Angles: Mathbits.com

Area of Sectors/Length of Arcs: Purplemath.com

Volume and Surface Area for Prisms, pyramids and cones: Mathplanet.com

Volume and Surface Area of a Sphere: Ducksters.com/Kidsmath

Point of Concurrency (Centroid, optional): Mathwarehouse.com

Equation of a circle (finding the center and radius on the Coordinate Plane, Optional): Purplemath.com