Honors Geometry
Extra Practice 1.4-1.6
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Show equations and work necessary to solve each problem below.
1. Find m ABC and
2. Find m ABC and
3. Solve for the values of x
and y.
m CBD.
m CBD.
4. A and B are
complementary angles.
Find mA and mB.
mA = (21
Honors Geometry Practice
Chapter 3 Review
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1. Name a segment skew to AD .
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2. Name a segment parallel to AD .
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A
B
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Give the name of each special pair of angles pictured below.
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9. Solve for the value of x
What is the height of AWXY?
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some BiRECTLY Draw altitude to form two summers CHeices Another method is to use
congruent 30°-60°90° triangles. theorems about triangl
Intermediate Geometry
9/28/12
2.2 Contd
Checkpoint 1 p. 80
Ex. 4 The following statement is true. Write the converse. Is it true or
false? If true, combine the converse with the original conditional
statement to form the biconditional.
If x2 = 4, then x =
Geometry
9/29/10
DN - # 1-4
HW p. 82-83 # 14-30 E
Lesson: 2.2 Definitions & Biconditionals
Obj. SWBAT recognize and use definitions and
biconditional statements (If and only if)
Conditional statement & its converse true for all definitions (true
forwards
Int Geometry
9/28/12
DN - NBQ
HW p. 82-83 # 14-30 E
Lesson: 2.2 Definitions & Biconditionals
Obj. SWBAT recognize and use definitions and
biconditional statements (If and only if)
Conditional statement & its converse true for all definitions (true
forward
Geometry
9/21/12
2.1 Conditional Statements Contd.
Ex 6
Write the conditional, inverse, converse and contrapositive of
Postulate 6
Conditional: If a figure is a line, then it contains at least two points.
Ex 6
Write the conditional, inverse, converse and