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Ac1.1Equidistant PointsA

1. 1. Millau Bridge Sir Norman Foster Point, Lines, Planes, Angles Fallingwaters Frank Lloyd Wright Millenium Park Frank Lloyd Wright Equidistant Points
2. 2. Equidistant Points A point that is the same distance away from two separate points is said to be equidistant from those points. Points that are the same distance from a particular point are said to be equidistant from that point. B is equidistant from A and C. A and C are equidistant from B.
3. 3. Equidistant Points Restated, equidistant means… the same distance away from something.
4. 4. Equidistant Points Find a point that is equidistant from A and C. A B C D Find a point that is equidistant from A and D. B C
5. 5. Equidistant Points B is equidistant from… A B C D C is equidistant from… A and C A and D
6. 6. Equidistant Points ABCD is a square. Name a point equidistant from A and C. Name a point equidistant from B and D. Name a point equidistant from A, B, C and D. B or D C A or E
7. 7. Equidistant Points Find a point equidistant from A and C. Find a point equidistant from A, B and C. B or D D
8. 8. Compass The compass is an instrument for creating equidistant lines. All points on the green arc drawn by the compass are equidistant from A.
9. 9. Equidistant Points C is the center of the circle. Find a point equidistant from E and D. Find points that are equidistant from C. C D or E or F
10. 10. Equidistant Find two points equidistant from A. Find two more. Find points equidistant from M. B and F C and E A, B, C, D, E, F
11. 11. Equidistant Points Find a point that is 10 m from the flag pole and equidistant from the fountain and the tree. C Find another location .
12. 12. What points are equidistant from point P? What points are equidistant from point X? X and Y F and T
13. 13. Equidistant Points Find points equidistant from H and J. I K N M L
14. 14. Summary Equidistant means… the same distance away from something.
15. 15. Summary A point that is the same distance away from two separate points is said to be equidistant from those points. Points that are the same distance from a particular point are said to be equidistant from that point. B is equidistant from A and C. A and C are equidistant from B.
16. 16. C’est fini.
17. 17. Which segment is bigger? How does the area of the larger square compare to the area of the smaller square ? RS
18. 18. Which segment is bigger? How does the area of the larger square compare to the area of the smaller square ? Note that the corners fit inside the box. Therefore, the outside square is twice the area of the inside square. RS
19. 19. Which distance is greater, AB or AC ? AB = AC Check with compass.
20. 20. Which is greater, the product of ab or the product of cd ? They are actually the same. But your calculations will be a little off due to measurements being only approximations and note exact.
21. 21. What is the length of the dark stepped line? Red is 17. Black is 17. Total = 34.