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1.3 Segments, Rays, Lines and Planes
Parts of Lines Segment The part of a line consisting of two endpoints and all the points in between
Parts of Lines Ray The part of the line consisting of one endpoint and all the points of the line on one side of the endpoint
Parts of Lines Opposite Rays Two collinear rays with the same endpoint Opposite rays always form a line!
Practice Name the segments Name the rays Name a pair of opposite rays
Types of Lines Intersecting Same plane? Intersect?
Types of Lines Parallel Same plane? Intersect?
Types of Lines Skew Same plane? Intersect?
Types of Lines Skew lines are hard to see. Activity Time!
Example Name all segments that intersect Name all segments that are parallel to Name all segments that are skew to
Parallel Planes Parallel planes are planes that do not intersect. Name a plane that is parallel to plane ABCD. Name another pair of parallel planes.
Practice 1.Are and in the same plane? 2. Name all the segments parallel to.
Practice 3.Name all segments skew to 4. Draw on the diagram.
Practice Mark a point I on the diagram so that and are opposite rays.
Segments, Rays, Parallell Lines and Planes 1-3. Definitions Segment- a segment is a part of a line which contains two endpoints and all of the points.
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Segments, Rays, Parallel Lines and Planes. A segment is the part of a line consisting of two endpoints and all points between them. A ray is the part.
Geometry 1-3 Segments, Rays, Parallel Lines and Planes.
1-3 Segments, Rays, Parallel Lines and Planes. ____________________ consists of points A and C and all points that are between A and C. A and C are called.
1.4 Segments, Rays, Parallel Lines and Planes “I have always grown from my problems and challenges.” -Carol Burnett 1.4 Segments, Rays, Parallel Lines.
Vocabulary Review. Space Set of all points. Postulate An accepted statement of fact.
Aim: How do we identify segments and rays? Do-Now:Name the figure. 1) the right side. 2) the back. 3) Two pairs of parallel planes. HW#4: textbook pg.25~26/1~23,
Name a line and a plane in the picture below:. LEQ: What are segments and rays and how are they named? What are parallel lines and planes?
Segments, Rays, Parallel Lines, and Planes Objectives: Define line segments and rays Properly name line segments and rays Identify parallel lines and skew.
Bell Work In your group, answer the following situations: – Red will write the answer: How many intersections are possible when 2 lines cross each other?
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Basics. Undefined terms Point: a dot, no dimension Line: a line the an arrow on each end, one dimension Plane: two dimensions.
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Learning Targets: 1.To be able to identify segments and rays 2.To recognize when lines and planes are parallel.
SEGMENTS RAYS PARALLEL LINES PLANES. Vocabulary Segments part of a line made up of two endpoints and all the points between them this is line segment.
Unit 3 Definitions. Parallel Lines Coplanar lines that do not intersect are called parallel. Segments and rays contained within parallel lines are also.
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Lesson 2.8 Vertical Angles Objective: After studying this lesson you will be able to recognize opposite rays and vertical angles.
Name the plane in two different ways. 1.. Name three points that are collinear. 2.
Warm - Up Please get our your homework and start these problems on a piece of loose leaf paper. Graph each of these ordered pairs. 1.) (-2, 1) 2.) (4,
Daily Warm-Up Quiz 1.Name the same ray two different ways. T E A M 2.Draw the next picture/number in the picture pattern: “measure of line segment UP =
Angles formed by opposite rays. Angles that share a common side and a common vertex, but have no common interior points.
Segments, Rays, Lines, and Planes 1-4. Segments The part of a line consisting of two endpoints and all points between them AB or BA.
Segments, Rays, and Parallel Lines. Segment : is part of a line that has a beginning point and an endpoint. Written notation. A B.
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Geometry By: Daanan Hall Points Example: C A point is an exact location. This is an example of a point.
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Name the prime numbers in the 20’s. 23,29 Name the prime numbers in the 50’s. 53, 59 Name the prime numbers in the 90’s. 97 Name the prime numbers in the.
Lesson opener 1. Name the plane 3 different ways. 2. Name line l differently. 3. Name 3 segments on line h. 4. Name a pair of opposite rays. 5. Name 3.
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Points, Lines, and Planes SWBAT identify collinear and noncollinear points, lines, line segments, rays, angles, parallel lines, and skew lines; read and.
Undefined terms: _______: a location in space that has no size. a series of points that extend in two opposite directions without end. a flat surface that.
Warmup 1-3 Use the diagram above. 1. Name three collinear points. 2. Name two different planes that contain points C and G. 3. Name the intersection of.
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