Honors Geometry
Section 1.3 Notes
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Collinearity, Betweeness, & Assumptions
Term
Collinear
Definition
Example Figure
Non-collinear
Betweeness of Points:
Example:
Assumptions from Diagrams
Should Assume
Triangle Inequality Theorem:
Should NO
Honors Geometry
Chapter 1 Section 1.1
Day 2: Notes
Diagram
Draw line AB
Draw ray XY
Draw ray YX
Draw segment PQ
Draw segment QP
Draw point Z
Draw angle ABE
Draw triangle MNO
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Date: 5-27-2017
Notes
Notation
Union vs. Intersection
Union:
Int
Honors Geometry
1st Semester Final Exam Review
Part 1
Part 2
Concept
1. Prove perpendicular bisector
2. Prove parallelogram
3. Indirect proof
4. Solve a system of equations
5. Complements and Supplements
1. Triangle Inequality
2. Union/Intersection
3. Sol
Honors Geometry
Section 1.2 Notes
Name: Abhi Patel
Measurement
Measuring Angles
In this class, we shall measure angles ( s ) in _.
In this course, we will usually be working with angles greater than _ and less than or equal
to _.
Therefore, _
Classifying
3.03 Journal Cancer Cells
BIO01-i-0815-0-0009: Biology with Lab
Abhi Patel
THE GROWTH OF CANCER
The process in which a eukaryote develops and reproduces is known as
the eukaryotic cell cycle. This cell cycle has four main stages. These are the
cell growth
Honors Geometry
Name: Abhi Patel
Section 1.4 Notes
Beginning Proofs
(Video 1) In this class, we will use _ _ proofs to prove ideas.
You can think of a proof as an argument. In order to create a valid argument, the following steps
must be considered:
1. Dr
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Dimensions
What are dimensions?
Indicate the length, width and height (if applicable) in the diagrams below.
A
B
C
Perimeter
What is perimeter?
Of the diagrams above, which ones have a perimeter?
To calculate the perimeter, we must
M
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Exercise Converting Metric Units
1. Convert the measuring units as indicated.
a) 9 cm = _ mm
b) 20 mm = _ cm
c) 9 m = _ cm
d) 100 mm = _ cm
e) 2 m = _ cm
f) 7 km = _ m
g) 2 km = _ m
h) 4000 m = _ km
i) 8 m = _ cm
j) 8 cm = _ mm
k) 4
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Exercise Discounts
10
K
1. Find the discount and sale price of these items. Round all values to the
nearest cent.
Item
Regular Price
Saving
Toaster
$65.29
$12.50
Boat
$6481.78
20% off
Tent
$249.88
15% off
Camper
$2481.99
off
Stove
$
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Review
There are also review questions in the workbook on p. 52 53.
1. Round the following values to the nearest dollar.
a) $4.35
b) $6.79
c) $1.29
2. Round the following values to the nearest half-dollar (50-cent).
a) $5.56
b) $2.26
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Review
There are additional review questions in the workbook on pp. 74 75.
Terms you should know:
millimetre
centimetre
perimeter
metre
kilometre
dimensions
1. Using the patterns discussed in class (see class notes), answer the follo
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Measuring Lines and Other Objects
Use a ruler to measure the line below in millimeters.
Measure: _
Make a list of the things you need to remember when using a ruler to measure a
line:
When we measure objects, we can follow the same p
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Deal or No Deal?
The following are signs posted up in stores.
Find the deals (good buys) and find the steals (where stores are trying to rip you
off!)
State whether you would buy multiple items or just one, and how much money
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Measurement - Personal Reference
It is helpful to be able to estimate the length of something. This can easily be done by
creating your own personal references for certain lengths/distances.
Use the following table to record some per
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Converting and Comparing Units of Measure
1. Convert the following as indicated.
a) 1000 mm = _ cm
b) 1.5 km = _ mm
c) 50 cm = _ m
d) 45 m = _ km
e) 7 m = _ cm
f) 789 cm = _ mm
g) 6710 mm = _ m
h) 5673 km = _ cm
2. Circle the larger