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POWER TESTFIRST SEMESTER GeometryK. Santos
Power Test Format (10 questions)
Anglesvertical angles (sample #8)
Anglesvertical angles (sample #4)
AnglesLinear Pair (sample #3)
Anglescomplementary angles (not on sample but shows up on power tests)
Anglescomplementary ratio problem (sample #10)
Anglessupplementary ratio problem (not on this power test)
Anglessupplement word problem (sample question #7)
AnglesComplement word problem (not on this sample power test)
Parallel Linescorresponding angles (sample example #6)
Parallel LinesAlternate interior angles (no example on this power test) Alternate interior anglescongruent 6x - 10 4x + 18 6x – 10 = 4x + 18 2x – 10 = 18 2x = 28 x = 14
Parallel Linessame side interior angles (example #1 on sample power test)
Trianglesinterior angle sum (example #5)
Trianglesexterior angle sum--numeric (example #2 on the sample power test)
Trianglesexterior angle sumalgebraic (example #9 on sample power test)
Splash Screen. Then/Now I CAN use theorems to determine the relationships between specific pairs of angles and use algebra to find angle measures. Learning.
Angles and Parallel Lines
3.1 Identify Pairs of Lines and Angles
3.5 Parallel Lines and Triangles
Chapter 12 and Chapter 3 Geometry Terms.
4.5 Introduction to Parallel Lines
3-5 Parallel Lines and Triangles
Investigating Angle Pairs Vocabulary Transversal: a line intersecting two or more lines at different points Corresponding Angles: angles that appear to.
E.Q. What angle pairs are formed by a transversal?
Today – Monday, October 22, 2012 White Board Review Independent practice/ Check homework QUIZ : Friday.
Use Parallel Lines and Transversals
HOW TO FIND AN ANGLE MEASURE FOR A TRIANGLE WITH AN EXTENDED SIDE
Transversal- a line that intersects two parallel lines.
PARALLEL LINES and TRANSVERSALS.
Triangles and Lines – Sum of the Angles in a Triangle The sum of the angles in any triangle = 180°
Lesson 3-4 Proving lines parallel,. Postulates and Theorems Postulate 3-4 – If two lines in a plane are cut by a transversal so that corresponding angles.
Complimentary Angles, Supplementary Angles, and Parallel Lines.
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