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Geometry
Chapter 5
5-1 HW (Day 1)
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1.) Given that AK is the perpendicular bisector of MR , mark the diagram with all know information.
A
M
X
R
K
2.) Find the value of x in the figure below. AC = 4 x 7 and CB = 2 x + 3
C
A
B
M
3.) Find D
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Geometry
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Chapter 6
6-4/6-5 HW
1. ABCD is a rectangle. Find each angle measure when m<7 = 25.
A
D
6
7
2
1
8
C
5
4
3
B
2. Use rectangle ABCD and given information to find each measure.
a. If m < 1 = 30, find m <2.
b. If m <6 = 57, what is m <
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Geometry
Chapter 6
6-2BParallelogram HW
A
1. ABDC is a parallelogram.
= one third the length of
E
Perimeter of triangle DEC = _
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N
2. NOPM is a parallelogram.
C
D
E
3. Tell whether each statement below is TRUE or FALSE.
a. A rectangle is a
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Geometry
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Chapter 5
6-1 Homework
Fill in all missing angle measures.
1.
x = _
y
y = _
a
z
z = _
a = _
x
2.
3.
76
e
f
90
72
g
y
x
x = _
y = _
e = _
f = _
g = _
h = _
4. Find the measure of one interior angle of a regular hexagon.
5. Find the
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Chapter 5 Test Review Relationships in Triangles
Students should refer to all warm ups, notes, homework assignments, and quizzes that pertain to the
following concepts:
Section 4-8: Triangles and Coordinate Proof (p.300 #17-20, p,306 #3,4)
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Geometry
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HW: 5.6 Inequalities in Two Triangles
List the sides in ascending order.
B
b
7.
8.
45
100
30
72 c
C
a
A
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9.
64
z
v
z
63 40
v
10.
x
75y
y
30
28
w
34
42
x
Find the range of possible values for x.
11.
12.
13.
14.
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Geometry
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Chapter 5
5.3/5.5 Triangle Inequalities
Exterior Angle Inequality Theorem
The measure of an exterior angle of a triangle is _ than the
measure of either of its corresponding remote interior angle.
Ex. Identify all angles whose measu
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Geometry
Chapter 3
Proving Relationships Using Algebra - HW
1) Determine whether C is the midpoint of line segment AB. Given m AB = 8x, m AC = 3x, and m BC
= 15.
A
C
B
2) Determine whether segment RS is perpendicular to line MG. Given m RSM =
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Geometry
Chapter 10
10-1 to 10-4 Review Sheet
10-1 Circles and Circumference
Identify and use parts of circles.
Solve problems involving the circumference of a circle.
Write the exact and approximate answers.
10-2 Measuring Angles and Arc
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Geometry
Chapter 5
5-2 Notes (Day 1)
Medians and Centroid Theorem
Definition of median:
Sketch:
How many medians does a triangle have?
Centroid Theorem Investigation
Medians
1) Construct any triangle and label the vertices A, B, and C.
2) No
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Geometry
Chapter 5
Angle Bisectors Homework
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Use the sketch below to answer questions #1 4. BD bisects ABC . (Assume segments are shortest
distances.)
A
D
B
C
1. Find x and m AD if DC = 5 x 7 and AD = 2 x + 20
2. Find x and m DC if DC =
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Triangle Congruence Proofs #2
For overlapping triangles, separate and redraw the triangles first.
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1. Given: LN NM , MP LP , LMP MLN
Prove: LNM MPL
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Statement
Reason
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2. Given: AD = BC , mDAB = mCBA
Prove: ADB BCA
D
C
A
Statement
Reason
B
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10-4c CLASSWORK\HOMEWORK
Inscribed Angles
Find each measure.
2. mE
1. m XY
X
D
Y
23
162
E
Z
F
3. mR
4. mMP
R
M
120
P
140
31
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ALGEBRA Find each measure.
(5x + 9)
(6y 1)
5. mN
L
7. mC
M
(4x + 17)
(5x 1)
B
A
C
P
6. mL
(6x)
8. mA
N
(3y 2
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Date: Chapter 7
7-6 HW
Pg. 514 #'5 6—12, 18, 19
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