Unit 1 Review
Use the diagram
to complete the # l-7
Name 3 collinear points
When 2 planes intersect their intersection is a point or line?
the intersection of Plane BCD and plane
4. Name the
intersection of Id
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Chapter Test B
For use after Chapter 1
In Questions 13, predict the next three numbers.
2, 2, 6, 10, .
3, . 3. 1,
Use the diagram to name the figures.
4. Three collinear points
5. Three non
X.5- Special Angies Fairs
m< BAC= 1x2-Zx1o
1) Narnc. the
type of arrgle
Name the special angle pairformed
Set up an equation and solve for x:
Set up equation lrrrcl solve for x:
Geometry Vocabulary Assignment
Due October 20, 2011 (35 Points)
The concepts we have learned so far in geometry can be found in the real world. I would like
you to find such examples in magazines, newspapers, other print, or printe
2.2 Notes- Conditional Statements
Statements then click .s". This wili bring you to the glossary, Fill out the chart below, using the glossary to
d ^'re the words.
Conjectures can be TRUE of FALSE
2.2 & 2.3 Bi-Conditionals, Converse, Inverse, Contra-positive
Directions: Re-Write the bi-conditional statement as a conditional statement and its converse.
1. The ceiling fan runs if and only if the light switch is on.
2.4 Notes Law of Detachment and Law of Syllogism
Example: Your friend is wearing red today. He wears red only when there is a home
game. You use these facts to deduce that _.
Property: Law of Detachment -
No tes:A lgebra roperties
ALGEBnATG ROPERTIES F E qUAUTY
Let a , b , a nd c b e r eal n umbers.
l f a - b , t hen
Subtractionroperty l i a - b , t hen
Multiplicationropertyl f a - b , t hen
DivlsionProperg l f a - b and e
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Proofs and Properties
List the Properties that we have learned to justify each step of the proofs.
Fill in the proof with the correct steps and label the reasoning on the right.
Example 1: Given: 7=2x - 5 Prove x=6
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Many relatiohships involving anglescan be provedby applying
the r ules o f a lgebra,a s w eilla s t he d efinitionsa nd p ostulates
Example: Given: IEDG = /.FDH