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Math Lab: Lesson 1 Workbook Problems Use the figure to solve the problems. 1. Name two supplementary angles and describe how you know they are supplementary. 2. Name two complimentary angles and describe how you know they are complimentary. 3. Name an obtuse angle and describe how you know it is obtuse. 4. When put together, ABE and EBD form which angle? Give the classification for the angle they form. 5. Give another name for AD  . Answer the questions. 6. What does it mean for an angle to be an acute angle? 7. Give the definition of collinear points. E D C B A F

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8. Give the definition of coplanar lines. 9. What do we call lines that never intersect? 10. Draw an example of a pair of vertical angles. 11. The notation AC refers to what geometric object? Use the number line to solve the problems. 12. Find the coordinate for the midpoint of . QS 13. Name a segment that is congruent to . QS 14. Calculate the length of . NQ 15. What is the coordinate of point T ? Solve the problems. 16. What is the measure of an angle if it is eighteen degrees less than double its supplement? –8 –7 –6 –5 –4 –3 –2 –1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 N P Q R S T
17. If MN bisects PMO , 5 10 m PMN x ∠= and 34 m NMO x + , calculate m PMN . 18. Given segment XZ with XZ = 48 and point Y lying on XZ with YZ = 12, calculate XY . 19. Name the three undefined terms and three of the defined terms.

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Math Lab: Lesson 2 Workbook Problems Name the property illustrated by the statement. 1. If KL = ML , then KL + JL = ML + JL . 2. . JL JL 3. If JK = JM + MK and JM = JL , then JK = JL + MK. 4. If JM JL then . JL JM 5. If JK JM MK ≅+ and JK JL LK then . JM MK JL LK + Use the following statement to answer the questions: "If two lines are parallel, then they do not intersect." 6. Write the inverse of the statement. 7. Write the converse of the statement. 8. Write the contrapositive of the statement. Determine if the conclusion is an example of inductive or deductive reasoning. 9. Jon has lunch break at noon. The lunch saleslady sees him come in on Monday and Tuesday and then expects to see him come in on Wednesday.
10. For the local duck race, ducks must weigh more than 3 lbs. Mandy weighs her lightest duck at 4 lbs. She then knows the rest of her ducks can race also. Use the figure to complete the proofs. 11. Given that , AHG BHC ≅∠ complete the proof that GHE CHF by filling in the missing statements and reasons.

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