Geom2­6hour4.notebook                                 September 26, 2011               BELL WORK:  p.87 #9             Age...
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Geom2­6hour4.notebook                                                 September 26, 2011             By the end of todays ...
Geom2­6hour4.notebook                                                 September 26, 2011               Given: OK and PS ar...
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Geom2-6hour4

  1. 1. Geom2­6hour4.notebook September 26, 2011 BELL WORK:  p.87 #9 Agenda for the Day: • 2.5 homework questions • 2.6 ­ Multiplication and Division Properties • exit slip • homework ­ if time permits 1
  2. 2. Geom2­6hour4.notebook September 26, 2011 2
  3. 3. Geom2­6hour4.notebook September 26, 2011 By the end of todays class, you should be able to: Recognize and use the Multiplication and Division Properties of  segment lengths and angle measures in 2­column proofs. Use the Multiplication and Division Properties to compute lengths  of segments and measures of angles. 2.6 ­ Multiplication and Division Properties Given: B, C, X, and Y     AB = WX = 3 W X Y Z A B C D What can we conclude about AD and WZ? 3
  4. 4. Geom2­6hour4.notebook September 26, 2011 Given: OK and PS are angle bisectors         JKO = 350 N O M J S P K R What can we conclude about    JKM and    NPR? Multiplication Property: If segments (or angles) are congruent,  their like multiples are congruent. Division Property: If segments (or angles) are congruent,  their like divisions are congruent. 4
  5. 5. Geom2­6hour4.notebook September 26, 2011 p.91 #3 J M K GIVEN: PROVE: F G H p.91 #4 N T S R GIVEN: 1 3 PROVE: O P 5
  6. 6. Geom2­6hour4.notebook September 26, 2011 Multiplication Property: Division Property: On a scale of 1­5, rate your confidence in section 2.6. EXIT SLIP: p.91 #1 HOMEWORK: p.92 #2,3,4,6,8 due Friday 6

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