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1) The document provides instructions for an honors geometry class, including having homework and a pen ready, an upcoming quiz on Friday, and drill problems to work on finding missing side lengths of triangles using properties like the Pythagorean theorem. 2) Students are asked to work with a partner using devices and packets to investigate triangle properties like perpendicular bisectors, angle bisectors, midsegments, and medians using geometry software. 3) Key vocabulary is defined, like what a midsegment of a triangle is and the midsegment theorem. Sample problems are provided applying these concepts.

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(8) Inquiry Lab - Triangles

The document discusses the relationship between the measures of the angles in a triangle. It instructs students to draw a triangle, tear off and rearrange its three corners which represent the three angles. Bringing the corners back together forms a new angle whose measure is the sum of the three original angles, showing that the interior angles of any triangle always sum to 180 degrees.

Math questions!!!

The document is a submission by King Evaggeleu P. Cabaguio to Ms. Lovely A. Rosales containing activities on triangles. The activities explore properties of triangles, including relationships between angle and side measures, forming triangles with given side lengths, comparing exterior and interior angles, and conjecturing triangle theorems. Students are asked to make observations and comparisons to develop understandings of triangle inequalities.

Jeopardy Lesson Plan

This lesson plan is for a 90-minute Jeopardy game reviewing triangles and logic. Students will be divided into two teams to play the game, answering questions about triangle congruence, similarity, properties, and right triangle trigonometry. The game utilizes PowerPoint slides and keeps score. The winner of a final question from state standards tests earns extra credit points. Formative and summative assessments include questions during game play and the final question. The goal is to engage students in reviewing key concepts through competition.

Unit 5 Fifth Grade cs 2012 2013

This document outlines a 14-session unit on measuring polygons for a 5th grade mathematics curriculum. The unit focuses on classifying and measuring two-dimensional figures. Students will learn about attributes of 2D figures like angles and sides, and how these relate to calculating figures' areas and perimeters. They will classify figures into hierarchies based on their geometric properties and understand how categories are related. Examples include learning all rectangles have four right angles, so squares do as well. The unit aligns with Arizona math standards and incorporates mathematical practices like reasoning quantitatively.

La sa v review 2013 8 questions

The document contains instructions for geometry problems:
1) Find the length of the diagonal of a cube with an edge length of 25 cm.
2) Find the surface area of a composite figure.
3) Find the volume of the composite figure and express the answer in terms of a given unit of measurement.

Lessonquizfrom4 14 25_

The document contains instructions for a geometry class. It lists homework and drills for students to complete. It also contains sample problems from a lesson quiz on classifying triangles by their angles and sides.

(8) Inquiry lab - Investigate Congruent Triangles

The document discusses an inquiry lab activity that investigates which three pairs of corresponding parts can be used to show that two triangles are congruent. The activity involves copying and arranging sides and angles of triangles on paper to form new triangles. This allows students to determine if triangles are congruent based on different combinations of corresponding parts. The activity aims to show that two triangles can be proven congruent without demonstrating that all six pairs of corresponding parts are congruent.

(8) Inquiry Lab - Triangles

(8) Inquiry Lab - Triangles

Math questions!!!

Math questions!!!

Jeopardy Lesson Plan

Jeopardy Lesson Plan

Unit 5 Fifth Grade cs 2012 2013

Unit 5 Fifth Grade cs 2012 2013

La sa v review 2013 8 questions

La sa v review 2013 8 questions

Lessonquizfrom4 14 25_

Lessonquizfrom4 14 25_

(8) Inquiry lab - Investigate Congruent Triangles

(8) Inquiry lab - Investigate Congruent Triangles

Olivia’s math problem2

100 day of school

Olivia’s math problem2

100 days

Olivia's 100 day of school

100 days

Oliviamath problem

100 dyas

Olivia’s math problem

100 day project

Olivia’s math problem

100 day project

Proving quads are parralelograms

The document contains notes from a geometry drill on identifying parallelograms and determining values of x and y in parallelogram figures. It lists homework answers and a classwork assignment to identify parallelograms from figures and state the relevant definition or theorem, as well as an assignment to complete 15 problems showing work.

Special parralelogrmas day 1

The document contains instructions and content for a geometry drill lesson. The objective is for students to discover properties of special parallelograms. The lesson includes definitions and examples of rectangles, rhombi, squares, and parallelograms. Students are asked to identify these shapes in diagrams and list their defining properties. They will also complete problems finding missing side lengths and plotting point coordinates to identify geometric objects.

Polygons day 2 2015

1. The document provides geometry problems involving calculating interior and exterior angle measures of various regular and non-regular polygons. It asks students to find angle sums and individual angle measures for polygons with a specified number of sides.
2. Questions involve calculating interior and exterior angle sums and measures for polygons ranging from pentagons to 15-gons and up to polygons with 30 or 36 sides. Students are asked to determine properties of polygons like the number of sides if the interior angle sum is given.

Parralelogram day 1 with answersupdated

A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides. Students were assigned geometry homework to find the values of x and y in figures and provide proof of their answers, placing their homework and pen on the corner of their desk. They were asked to define a parallelogram.

Parralelogram day 2

The document provides instructions to complete geometry homework problems involving regular polygons, parallelograms, and finding missing angle measures. Students are asked to find: the number of sides of two regular polygons given interior and exterior angle measures; angle measures and that parallelogram EFGH is a parallelogram; angle measures x, y, and z for two parallelograms; and to show work for problems 8 through 10.

5002 more with perp and angle bisector and cea updated

Students were instructed to place their homework from the previous Wednesday on their desk and turn in any unfinished work from the prior Friday. They were then told to copy geometry questions and self-assess their answers as a guess, unsure, or sure. The objective was for students to review properties of perpendicular bisectors, angle bisectors, and demonstrate what they have learned in honors geometry over the course of the year.

Review day 2

The document provides instructions for students to complete a geometry handout individually. It asks students to draw a segment 8 inches long labeled AB, draw a right angle from point A, mark off 6 inches from point A to point C to form a right triangle, and connect points B and C. It then asks students whether the resulting triangles would be congruent for everyone and why or why not. The document also states the objective is to review for a geometry test on Friday and includes blanks for stating geometry statements, reasons, and constructing proofs.

Overlapping triangle drill

This document provides lesson materials on isosceles and equilateral triangles including:
- Key vocabulary terms like legs, vertex angle, and base of an isosceles triangle.
- The Isosceles Triangle Theorem and its converse.
- Properties and theorems regarding equilateral triangles.
- Examples proving triangles congruent using corresponding parts of congruent triangles (CPCTC).
- A lesson quiz to assess understanding of isosceles triangle properties and angle measures.

Chapter4006more with proving traingle congruent

The document contains notes from a geometry class, including examples of proofs of triangle congruence using various postulates and theorems. Several triangle congruence proofs are shown using criteria such as ASA, SAS, and SSS. Key vocabulary terms like hypotenuse and legs are defined. The Pythagorean theorem and its formula are stated.

Triangle congruence

This document contains information about proving triangles congruent using various postulates and theorems of geometry including:
- SSS (side-side-side) postulate
- SAS (side-angle-side) postulate
- ASA (angle-side-angle) postulate
- AAS (angle-angle-side) theorem
- Hypotenuse-Leg theorem
It also defines key terms like hypotenuse and legs of a right triangle and presents the Pythagorean theorem.

Congruent figures

The document provides examples and explanations of congruent triangles. It begins with warm up questions about naming sides and angles of a triangle. It then discusses how to prove triangles are congruent using corresponding angles and sides being equal. Several examples are provided of using properties of congruent triangles to find missing angle measures or side lengths. Diagrams are included to illustrate bisectors and midpoints used in proofs of triangle congruence.

Chapter4001 and 4002 traingles

This document is from a geometry textbook. It discusses classifying triangles based on their angle measures and side lengths. There are examples of classifying triangles as acute, obtuse, right, equiangular, isosceles, scalene, and equilateral. It also discusses finding missing angle measures and side lengths using triangle properties and theorems like the Triangle Sum Theorem.

3010 review day

1. The document contains an honors geometry drill with 11 problems. The problems involve identifying angle theorems/postulates, finding unknown angle measures, naming parallel/perpendicular relationships, writing inequalities, solving equations, and completing a two-column proof.
2. The first 4 problems require stating the angle theorem and finding unknown angle measures using properties of alternate interior/exterior angles, corresponding angles, and same-side interior angles.
3. Problems 5-8 require naming the angle theorem that proves lines are parallel or perpendicular. The final problems involve an inequality, solving an equation, and completing a two-column proof.

3009 review of slopes and lines

1. The document contains instructions and examples for a geometry drill on lines and linear equations. Students are told to put their homework on the corner of their desk and that the drill will cover finding slope, writing and graphing lines in slope-intercept and point-slope form, and classifying lines as parallel, intersecting, or coinciding.
2. The warm-up problems involve substituting values into the equation y=mx+b to solve for b and solving linear equations for y. The objectives are listed as graphing lines and writing their equations in slope-intercept and point-slope form.
3. Students are reminded that a line's y-intercept is the b value in y=mx+

Olivia’s math problem2

Olivia’s math problem2

Olivia’s math problem2

Olivia’s math problem2

Olivia's 100 day of school

Olivia's 100 day of school

Oliviamath problem

Oliviamath problem

Olivia’s math problem

Olivia’s math problem

Olivia’s math problem

Olivia’s math problem

Proving quads are parralelograms

Proving quads are parralelograms

Special parralelogrmas day 1

Special parralelogrmas day 1

Polygons day 2 2015

Polygons day 2 2015

Parralelogram day 1 with answersupdated

Parralelogram day 1 with answersupdated

Parralelogram day 2

Parralelogram day 2

5002 more with perp and angle bisector and cea updated

5002 more with perp and angle bisector and cea updated

Review day 2

Review day 2

Overlapping triangle drill

Overlapping triangle drill

Chapter4006more with proving traingle congruent

Chapter4006more with proving traingle congruent

Triangle congruence

Triangle congruence

Congruent figures

Congruent figures

Chapter4001 and 4002 traingles

Chapter4001 and 4002 traingles

3010 review day

3010 review day

3009 review of slopes and lines

3009 review of slopes and lines

- 1. Hon Geom 2/11/15 •Put HW and a pen on the corner of your desk. •Friday – SAT Re-quiz, &Quiz on 5.1, Pythagorean theorem, and triangle inequality
- 2. Hon Geom Drill #3.06 2/11/15 1 2
- 3. Find the missing side, leave your answer in simplest radical form 3 4 5 6
- 4. Find the missing side, leave your answer in simplest radical form 7.
- 5. Objective •STW prove and apply properties of perpendicular bisectors, angle bisectors, midsegments, and medians of a triangle
- 6. GSP Investigations!!! •Pick a partner and you need a device between the two of you and a packet each.
- 8. vocabulary The midsegment of a triangle - Segment that joins the midpoints of any two sides of a triangle.
- 10. Triangle Midsegment Theorem The midsegment of a triangle is half the length of, and parallel to, the third side of a triangle. x 2 1 x
- 20. 3. Lee’s job requires him to travel to X, Y, and Z. What construction should he use to find a house equal distance from all of his job sites.
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- 22. 7 8 9
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