Lesson Menu Five-Minute Check (over Lesson 1–4) CCSS Then/Now New Vocabulary Key Concept: Special Angle Pairs Example 1:Real-World Example: Identify Angle Pairs Key Concept: Angle Pair Relationships Example 2:Angle Measure Key Concept: Perpendicular Lines Example 3:Perpendicular Lines Key Concept: Interpreting Diagrams Example 4:Interpret Figures
Over Lesson 1–4 5-Minute Check 1 A.A B.B C.C D.D Refer to the figure. Name the vertex of 3.
Over Lesson 1–4 5-Minute Check 2 A.G B.D C.B D.A Refer to the figure. Name a point in the interior of ACB.
Over Lesson 1–4 A.DB B.AC C.BD D.BC 5-Minute Check 3 Refer to the figure. Which ray is a side of BAC?
Over Lesson 1–4 5-Minute Check 4 A. ABG B. ABC C. ADB D. BDC Refer to the figure. Name an angle with vertex B that appears to be acute.
Over Lesson 1–4 5-Minute Check 5 A.41 B.35 C.29 D.23 Refer to the figure. If bisects ABC, m ABD = 2x + 3, and m DBC = 3x – 13, find m ABD.
Over Lesson 1–4 5-Minute Check 6 A.20° B.40° C.60° D.80° OP bisects MON and m MOP = 40°. Find the measure of MON.
CCSS Content Standards Preparation for G.SRT.7 Explain and use the relationship between the sine and cosine of complementary angles. Mathematical Practices 2 Reason abstractly and quantitatively. 3 Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
Then/Now You measured and classified angles. Identify and use special pairs of angles. Identify perpendicular lines.
Example 1 Identify Angle Pairs A. ROADWAYS Name an angle pair that satisfies the condition two angles that form a linear pair. A linear pair is a pair of adjacent angles whose noncommon sides are opposite rays. Sample Answers: PIQ and QIS, PIT and TIS, QIU and UIT
Example 1 Identify Angle Pairs B. ROADWAYS Name an angle pair that satisfies the condition two acute vertical angles. Sample Answers: PIU and RIS, PIQ and TIS, QIR and TIU
Example 1a A. CAD and DAE B. FAE and FAN C. CAB and NAB D. BAD and DAC A. Name two adjacent angles whose sum is less than 90.
Example 1b A. BAN and EAD B. BAD and BAN C. BAC and CAE D. FAN and DAC B. Name two acute vertical angles.
Example 2 Angle Measure ALGEBRA Find the measures of two supplementary angles if the measure of one angle is 6 less than five times the measure of the other angle. UnderstandThe problem relates the measures of two supplementary angles. You know that the sum of the measures of supplementary angles is 180. PlanDraw two figures to represent the angles.
Example 2 Angle Measure 6x – 6= 180Simplify. 6x= 186Add 6 to each side. x= 31Divide each side by 6. Solve
Example 2 Angle Measure Use the value of x to find each angle measure. m A = xm B = 5x – 6 = 31 = 5(31) – 6 or 149 Answer: m A = 31, m B = 149 CheckAdd the angle measures to verify that the angles are supplementary. m A + m B= 180 31 + 149= 180 180 = 180
Example 2 A.1°, 1° B.21°, 111° C.16°, 74° D.14°, 76° ALGEBRA Find the measures of two complementary angles if one angle measures six degrees less than five times the measure of the other.
Example 4 Interpret Figures A. Determine whether the following statement can be justified from the figure below. Explain. m VYT = 90
Example 4 Interpret Figures B. Determine whether the following statement can be justified from the figure below. Explain. TYW and TYU are supplementary. Answer: Yes, they form a linear pair of angles.
Example 4 Interpret Figures C. Determine whether the following statement can be justified from the figure below. Explain. VYW and TYS are adjacent angles. Answer: No, they do not share a common side.
Example 4a A.yes B.no A. Determine whether the statement m XAY = 90 can be assumed from the figure.
Example 4b A.yes B.no B. Determine whether the statement TAU is complementary to UAY can be assumed from the figure.
Example 4c A.yes B.no C. Determine whether the statement UAX is adjacent to UXA can be assumed from the figure.