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# L17_filled_pt1 - Day 19 Lecture 17 Lines Lines Everywhere...

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1 Day 19 Lecture 17 Lines, Lines, Everywhere there are Lines Review, Scaling a Triangle From Yesterday, 2 21

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2 More Review, Stuff you should KNOW! If you stretch a line, you are affectively ____________ its length by a some positive number. Stretching two sides of a triangle by the same fixed value causes the third side to stretch by that _______________ as well. Triangles with the same shape but different sizes are called _______________. The ratio of the side lengths for similar triangles are always ______________. 3 0 What’s the point? How many lines can you draw intersecting every point… A line is complete defined and determined by exactly _______ points in the plane. 4 5
3 So Versatile A set of points in the plane is called ____________ if they all lie on the same line (They Co-occur on the line). Almost every line is a ___________ as there is exactly ________ line whose graph is not… what line graph is it? A ___________ line because it doesn’t pass the __________ line test. 5 1 So Easy to Work With Lines are easy to reconstruct, you only need to sample _____ points. That’s not true with other shapes, I’m thinking of a letter in the alphabet that has these dots on it… 6 6

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4 Walking the Line Lines model the shape of a ___________ or ___________.
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