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1.4 WE Q1  Name the vertex and  the sides of Q2  Name all the angles adjacent to
1.4 WE Q1  Name the vertex and  the sides of Q2  Name all the angles adjacent to
State another name for each angle.
State another name for each angle.
State another name for each angle.
State another name for each angle.
State another name for each angle.
State another name for each angle.
State whether the angle appears to be acute, right, obtuse or straight. Acute
State whether the angle appears to be acute, right, obtuse or straight. Acute Acute
State whether the angle appears to be acute, right, obtuse or straight. Acute Acute Right
State whether the angle appears to be acute, right, obtuse or straight. Acute Acute Right Acute
State whether the angle appears to be acute, right, obtuse or straight. Acute Acute Right Acute Straight
State whether the angle appears to be acute, right, obtuse or straight. Acute Acute Right Acute Straight Obtuse
Complete the sentence. LAE
Complete the sentence. LAE 1
Complete the sentence. LAE 1
Complete the sentence. LAE 1 180
Without measuring sketch each angle, then measure for accuracy. Each angle is half of 90 or 45 150 = 90+60 150 = 90+30+30
Draw a line,  .  Choose a point O between A and B.  Use a protractor to investigate the following questions. Q23.  In a pl...
Draw a line,  .  Choose a point O between A and B.  Use a protractor to investigate the following questions. Q24.  In a pl...
Q25  Using a ruler, draw a large triangle.  Then use a protractor to find the approximate measure of each angle and comput...
Q26  Find the measures of angle 2, 3, & 4 when the measure of angle 1 = 90. Q27  Find the measures of angle 2, 3, & 4 when...
Q28  A careless person wrote, using the figure shown, What part of the angle addition postulate did that person overlook? ...
Find the value of x. 3 2 1 6X 90 - X First label the diagram to visualize the situation. Second, find an equation using x.
Find the value of x. 3 2 1 First label the diagram to visualize the situation. Second, find an equation using x. 6x + 7 7x...
Find the value of x. 3 2 1 First label the diagram to visualize the situation. Second, find an equation using x. 3x + 6 5x...
Find the value of x. 3 2 1 First label the diagram to visualize the situation. Second, find an equation using x. x x 4x No...
Find the value of x. 3 2 1 First label the diagram to visualize the situation. Second, find an equation using x. 2x - 8 2x...
Find the value of x. 3 2 1 First label the diagram to visualize the situation. Second, find an equation using x. X + 12 X ...
C’est fini. The End
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  1. 1. 1.4 WE Q1 Name the vertex and the sides of Q2 Name all the angles adjacent to
  2. 2. 1.4 WE Q1 Name the vertex and the sides of Q2 Name all the angles adjacent to
  3. 3. State another name for each angle.
  4. 4. State another name for each angle.
  5. 5. State another name for each angle.
  6. 6. State another name for each angle.
  7. 7. State another name for each angle.
  8. 8. State another name for each angle.
  9. 9. State whether the angle appears to be acute, right, obtuse or straight. Acute
  10. 10. State whether the angle appears to be acute, right, obtuse or straight. Acute Acute
  11. 11. State whether the angle appears to be acute, right, obtuse or straight. Acute Acute Right
  12. 12. State whether the angle appears to be acute, right, obtuse or straight. Acute Acute Right Acute
  13. 13. State whether the angle appears to be acute, right, obtuse or straight. Acute Acute Right Acute Straight
  14. 14. State whether the angle appears to be acute, right, obtuse or straight. Acute Acute Right Acute Straight Obtuse
  15. 15. Complete the sentence. LAE
  16. 16. Complete the sentence. LAE 1
  17. 17. Complete the sentence. LAE 1
  18. 18. Complete the sentence. LAE 1 180
  19. 19. Without measuring sketch each angle, then measure for accuracy. Each angle is half of 90 or 45 150 = 90+60 150 = 90+30+30
  20. 20. Draw a line, . Choose a point O between A and B. Use a protractor to investigate the following questions. Q23. In a plane represented by your paper, how many lines can you draw through O that will form a 30 0 angle with ? A O B 2
  21. 21. Draw a line, . Choose a point O between A and B. Use a protractor to investigate the following questions. Q24. In a plane represented by your paper, how many lines can you draw through O that will form a 90 0 angle with ? A O B 1
  22. 22. Q25 Using a ruler, draw a large triangle. Then use a protractor to find the approximate measure of each angle and compute the sum of the three measures of each angle. Repeat the exercise. Do you get the same result? Sum = 180 0 Sum = 180 0 Yes
  23. 23. Q26 Find the measures of angle 2, 3, & 4 when the measure of angle 1 = 90. Q27 Find the measures of angle 2, 3, & 4 when the measure of angle 1 = t. Note that adjacent angles add up to 180 0 .
  24. 24. Q28 A careless person wrote, using the figure shown, What part of the angle addition postulate did that person overlook? B must be in the interior of
  25. 25. Find the value of x. 3 2 1 6X 90 - X First label the diagram to visualize the situation. Second, find an equation using x.
  26. 26. Find the value of x. 3 2 1 First label the diagram to visualize the situation. Second, find an equation using x. 6x + 7 7x +3 Note that the drawing needs to be done again for each problem!
  27. 27. Find the value of x. 3 2 1 First label the diagram to visualize the situation. Second, find an equation using x. 3x + 6 5x - 12 12 12 -3x -3x ___ ____ 2 2 For most students, the red steps should be mental steps. Note that the drawing needs to be done again for each problem!
  28. 28. Find the value of x. 3 2 1 First label the diagram to visualize the situation. Second, find an equation using x. x x 4x Note that the drawing needs to be done again for each problem!
  29. 29. Find the value of x. 3 2 1 First label the diagram to visualize the situation. Second, find an equation using x. 2x - 8 2x - 8 116 Note that the drawing needs to be done again for each problem!
  30. 30. Find the value of x. 3 2 1 First label the diagram to visualize the situation. Second, find an equation using x. X + 12 X + 12 6x -20
  31. 31. C’est fini. The End
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