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# Chapter 7 polygons know how to name a polygon based

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Chapter 7: Polygons Know how to name a polygon based on its number of sides. Know how to use and apply midlines of triangles and trapezoids. Know how to use and apply the “No-Choice” and Exterior Angle Theorems. Know how to find and apply the sum of the interior and exterior angles of a polygon. Know what it means for a polygon to be regular and how to apply this concept to solve problems. Know how to find and apply the measure of each interior or exterior angle of a regular polygon. Know how to find and apply the total number of diagonals in a polygon. *Just as a reminder, you need to know every theorem, definition, and postulate that we have covered since the beginning of the school year. Also, remember that there will be many algebra problems where you will have to create a system or use different methods of factoring to reach the solution. **Remember that the midterm is 10% of your overall average at the end of the school year. I will be available for extra help during the exam review week before school, after school (except on Wednesday), and during Periods 1, 5, and 8 in the Math Lab. I will also be available in the Math Lab during exam week before the first exam session each day, after the second exam session each day, and during the Period 4 and Period 5 exam blocks. The Math Lab itself will also have a teacher on duty Periods 3-8 during exam review week as well as during the Period 2, Period 6, and Period 8 exam blocks.

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• Fall '10
• Sheldon
• Geometry, Angles, triangle, special angle, congruent supplements/complements theorems

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