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Chapter 4 Vocabulary slope: y-intercept: slope-intercept form: perpendicular bisector: circle: diameter of a circle: radius (radii): concentric circles: coordinate geometry proof: three dimensional coordinate system: z-axis: ordered triple (x, y, z):

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Ch 4 section 1 The Pythagorean theorem is expressed as the to find the distances on a coordinate plane. Are used to name coordinates of points. One says “ and “ “ for a point . The Distance Formula: Checking Key Concepts Page 169 #1-4 1.) 2.)
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AB = AB = AB = AB = AB = AB = AB = AB = AB = AB = AB = AB = The coordinates of the midpoints of a segment are the

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Unformatted text preview: of the coordinates of the endpoints. The Midpoint Formula: Checking Key Concepts page 169 #5-8 5.) 6.) Midpoint Coordinates= Midpoint Coordinates= Midpoint Coordinates= Midpoint Coordinates= Midpoint Coordinates= Midpoint Coordinates= Midpoint Coordinates= Midpoint Coordinates= 7.) 8.) Midpoint Coordinates= Midpoint Coordinates= Midpoint Coordinates= Midpoint Coordinates= Midpoint Coordinates= Midpoint Coordinates= Midpoint Coordinates= Midpoint Coordinates= The distance formula may be used to triangles and other polygons based on the of their sides....
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