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Sec 1-4 Concepts: Classifying Angles Objectives: Given an angle, name, measure and classify it as measured by a s.g.
Example 1: Name the
Classify the angle with the given measure as acute, obtuse, right or straight. m
Use a protractor to measure the angle. Then classify it
Example 3: Find the indicated angle measure a bc e d f g 15
Example 4: For each city on the polar map, estimate the measure of
Angle Addition Postulate If P is in the interior of
Example 6: Use the angle addition postulate to solve for x. Then find the measure of each angle. O P R Q (X+4) + (2x-2) = 26 3x+2=26 3x=24 X=8 m
Example 6 cont.: Use the angle addition postulate to solve for x. Then find the measure of each angle. O P R Q (3X+7) + (5x-2) = 61 8x+5=56 8x=56 X=7 m
Example 7: JK bisects < HJL. Given that m
Example 8: BD bisects
Sec 1-5 Concept: Describe Angle Pair Relationships Objective: Given a pair of angles, use special angle relationships to find angle measures.
Date: Sec 8-5 Concept: Trapezoids and Kites Objective: Given properties of trapezoids and kites we will solve problems as measured by a s.g.
Sec 2-6 Concept: Proving statements about segments and angles Objective: Given a statement, prove it as measured by a s.g.
Sec 6-3 to 6-5 Concept: Use Similar Polygons Objective: given 2 polygons, determine if they are similar and solve problems as measured by a s.g.
Date: Sec 8-1 Concept: Angle Measures in Polygons Objective: Given a polygon, determine the measures of angles as measured by a s.g.
Sec 1-3 Concept: Use Midpoint and Distance Formulas Objective: Given coordinates in a plane, find lengths of segments as measured by a s.g.
Sec 1-6 Concept: Polygons Objective: Given a figure, we will identify and name it if it is a polygon as measured by a scoring guide.
Classifying Angles with Circles Case 1: Vertex is on the circle. a. b.
Sec 2-2 Concept: Analyzing Conditional Statements Objective: Given a conditional statement, identify the hypothesis and conclusion, then be able to write.
Geometry Investigating Angles Drawing an Angle. Angles An angle consists of a vertex and two arms. This angle is named XYZ or ZYX X Y Z vertex angle arm.
Sec 2-1 Concept: Use Inductive Reasoning Objectives: Given a pattern, describe it through inductive reasoning.
Date: Sec 5-4 Concept: Medians and Altitudes of a Triangle Objective: Given properties of medians and altitudes of triangles, we will solve problems as.
4.6 Isosceles Triangles What you’ll learn: 1.To use properties of isosceles triangles 2.To use properties of equilateral triangles.
Sec 2-3 Concept: Deductive Reasoning Objective: Given a statement, use the laws of logic to form conclusions and determine if the statement is true through.
Proofs & Perpendicular Lines Sec. 3.2 p. 136 GOALS: To learn the characteristics of three different types of proofs To write a paragraph proof To learn.
Sec 2-5 Concept: Reasoning with Properties from Algebra Objective: Given properties from Algebra, justify segment and angle relationships as measured by.
Resultant of two forces Resultant of parallel forces Resultant of perpendicular forces Resultant two forces at any angle Learning objectives.
3.4 Linear Programming. Vocabulary Constraints Conditions given to variables usu. expressed as linear inequalities Feasible region The intersection of.
EXAMPLE 1 Write an equation of a line from a graph SOLUTION m 4 – (– 2) 0 – 3 = 6 – 3 = = – 2 STEP 2 Find the y -intercept. The line intersects the y -axis.
Other Angle Relationships in Circles Section 10.4 Goal: - To solve problems using angles formed by tangents, chords and lines that intersect a circle.
Absolute Value as Piecewise Functions Lesson2.5. Example f (x) = x + 1, if x < 1 2, if 1 x 3 (x-3) 2 + 2, if x > 3.
MOTION IN GEOMETRY: TRANSFORMATIONS 1.6 Geometry.
Medians and Centroid A median of a triangle is a line segment that is drawn from the _________ to the ___________ of the opposite side. A centroid is the.
SOL Jeopardy TrianglesQuadrilateralsAnglesLinesMisc
You WANT me to make a paper airplane??? A lesson in calculating the speed of an object.
Sec 5-1 Concept: Midsegments Objective: given a midsegment, use its properties to solve problems and write coordinate proofs as measured by a s.g.
The Important Thing About By. The Important Thing About ******** The important thing about ***** is *****. It is true s/he can *****, *****, and *****.
Date: Sec 10-1 Concept: Tangents to Circles Objective: Given a circle, identify parts and properties as measured by a s.g.
Find the measure of each angle. Justify your answer
What is Projectile Motion?. Instructional Objectives: Students will be able to: –Define Projectile Motion –Distinguish between the different types of.
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