# Lessons 1–5 Self Assessment 1

For each statement, rate your understanding according to the continuum, and then provide evidence for your rating.

I understand and can do it accurately. | I understand most of the time, but I’m still working on it. | I don’t understand this yet. | |
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I can find the perimeter and area of regular polygons inscribed in a circle, and relate this work to the formula for finding the circumference and area of a circle by thinking of the circle as a regular polygon with an infinite number of sides. | |||

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I can find the length of arcs and areas of sectors of a circle when given the degree measure of the central angle and the radius of the circle. | |||

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I can calculate the radian measure of a central angle of a circle with a given radius. | |||

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# Lessons 6–8 Self Assessment 2

For each statement, rate your understanding according to the continuum, and then provide evidence for your rating.

I understand and can do it accurately. | I understand most of the time, but I’m still working on it. | I don’t understand this yet. | |
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I can find the scale factor for area and volume when the scale factor for corresponding lengths of similar figures or solids is known. | |||

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I can find the volume and surface area of 3-D solids that are formed by more than one of the following: prisms, cylinders, and cones. | |||

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I can understand and use the formulas for volumes of prisms, pyramids, cylinders, and cones. For oblique solids my understanding of these formulas is based on Cavalieri’s principle. | |||

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## Next steps

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