1_5 notes - in either order Congruent segments If segments are they have lengths are used to show that segments are congruent Betweenness and

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Ch 1 Section 5 Segments and Their Measures Ray (p. 28) - part of a line (It has one endpoint and continues forever in one direction.) Draw an example below: Endpoint (p. 28)- a point at the end of a ray or a segment Draw an example below: Segment (p. 28)- part of a line with two endpoints Draw an example below: Congruent segments (p. 28)- segments that are equal in length Draw an example below: Naming rays, segments, and lengths When naming a ray, always name its first. Then use any other point on the ray for the second letter. To name a segment or its length, list the two
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Unformatted text preview: in either order. Congruent segments If segments are , they have lengths. are used to show that segments are congruent. Betweenness and segment addition Whenever three points are collinear, one point is between the other two. In such a situation, you can add lengths of segments together. Draw an example of this below: Think and Communicate (page 29) 1. 2. 3. Checking Key Concepts (page 30) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10....
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1_5 notes - in either order Congruent segments If segments are they have lengths are used to show that segments are congruent Betweenness and

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