Measuring Angles
Lesson 1-4
What is an angle?
Formed by two rays that have a common endpoint
Vertex - common endpoint
Sides formed by the two rays
Depicting and naming an angle
Naming
RQS, where the
vertex is the middle
letter
Q
Depiction
R
Q
S
Name the
Proving Angles Congruent
Lesson 2.6
General Things to Remember
Definition of Congruence
Properties of Equality
If two items are congruent, then their corresponding parts
are equal.
Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division.
Substitution Property
Lesson 2-5b
Line Segment Proofs
General Things to
Remember
Definition of Congruence
If two items are congruent, then their measures are
equal.
Properties of Equality
Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division.
Substitution Property
If two items ar
Lines and Angles
Lesson 3-1
Parallel Lines
Coplanar lines that do
not intersect
Symbol means
parallel to
m
Arrows indicate in
diagrams lines that
n
are parallel
m n
Parallel Lines
Parallel Lines
m
n
Skew Lines
Noncoplanar lines that do not intersect
Skew
Properties of Parallel
Lines
Lesson 3-2
Parallel Lines
Coplanar lines that do
not intersect
Symbol means
parallel to
Arrows indicate in
diagrams lines that
are parallel
m
n
m n
Parallel Lines Transversal
Transversal
A line that intersects
two or more line
Measuring
Segments
Lesson 1-3
Question
Why is the ability to measure
something useful?
Line Segments
Have
two distinct endpoints
Named by the two endpoints
Have a measurable length
mGH 2cm
G
GH 2cm
or
H
Postulate 2-1 (Ruler Postulate)
The points on a l
Exploring Angle Pairs
Lesson 1-5
Types of Angle Pairs
Adjacent Angles
Two coplanar angles with a common side, a
common vertex and no common interior points
1
2
1
2
3
Types of Angle Pairs
Linear Pair
A pair of adjacent angles whose noncommon
sides are oppo
Midsegments of Triangles
Lesson 5-1
Midsegment
A segment that joins the midpoints of two sides of a
triangle is called a midsegment.
Midsegment Properties
A midsegment of a triangle is parallel to the third side
and is half the length of the third side.
A
Section 2-5
Algebraic Proofs
Essential Question
What are proofs?
What is a Proof?
A series of logically deduced
statements that prove a conclusion.
Proofs come in three forms:
Paragraph
Flowchart
Two-column
Paragraph Proof
A paragraph Proof is a written
d
Alternative Education
Equivalency Scheme (AEES)
YEAR 12
GENERAL
MATHEMATICS
Practice Test
Version 01
Practice Test Instructions
1.
There are 25 questions in this Practice test (and 25 questions in the final test).
2.
There are five alternative answers mar
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Am I in The Zone?
Instant Zone Activity (include time
spent)
Lasting Zone Activity (include time
spent)
Eating Junk Food - 15 minutes
Gym - 2 hours
Concert - 4 hours
Doing homework - 2 hours
Social Media - 2 hours
FLVS assignments - 3 hours
Youtube - 2 ho
Fruits
apples
bananas
cantaloupe
grapes
oranges
peaches
pears
plums
tangerines
watermelon
Breads
bagels
bread
English muffin
tortillas
whole wheat
Beverages
Apple juice
Orange juice
Gatorade
Vegetables
corn
cucumbers
green beans
lettuce
mushrooms
onions
p
C HAP T E R 3
Foundations in Personal Finance High School
Edition
Marcus:
To begin your journey toward financial success!
GIVING
Charity
Other:
_
GIVING TOTAL
SAVING
Budgeted
Emergency Fund
College
$
$
Car & Repairs
Computer
Other: C A R T I r e
s
SAVING
C HAP T E R 3
Foundations in Personal Finance High School
Edition
Marcus:
To begin your journey toward financial success!
GIVING
Charity
Other:
_
GIVING TOTAL
SAVING
Budgeted
$1.20
$
Emergency Fund
College
$ 500
$
Car & Repairs
Computer
Other:
_
SAVING TO
The True Cost of Ownership
Part One
1.
Research a new car and complete the new car chart below.
2.
Research the same make of car but one that is two years older and complete the two-year-old car
chart.
New Car: 2016 Toyota Corolla
1st Year of
2nd Year of
1. List the names of three people who you are close tothese people could be family members or
friends.
2. Pick one name on your list and think of one way you can help that person in the next three days.
3. Write a three-sentence plan for how you will help
Instant Zone
Lasting Zone
Description of Activity
Watching a movie
Time spent
Two Hours
Playing Video Games
Three Hours
Playing on my phone
One Hour
Gym Routine
Hour and a Hlaf
Assisting the elderly
One Hour
Learning a new skill
Two Hours
1. Are you surpr
My Social Media Identity: Social Media Maven
My Social Media Life, According to Others:
Interesting
Risky
Different
Are Others RIGHT?
Yes my personal profile is very interesting and filled with different content that would cause people to
think like that.