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1-5.) Think about a number line. Adding numbers means going further up the number line, subtracting means going further down the number line. Adding a negative means going further down the number line. Think of subtracting a negative as the … Continue reading
p. 32: 14-24 14-17: Go back to the definitions and examples in your notes, or use the examples in the book on page 28. Remember for linear pair, they have to be adjacent and their noncommon sides have to form a … Continue reading
HW#3 p. 24: 4-10 4-6: Don’t strain your eyes too much! If you’re off by a degree or two, that’s okay. Otherwise, I would first classify the angle as acute or obtuse and then pick the value from the protractor, because … Continue reading
p. 17-19: 11, 12, 14-18, 21, 22, 24-26, 37 11 and 12. How do you find distance between points? (Use the half sheet from today) 14. Create a diagram for the information. Remember, between doesn’t mean middle. Label your diagram … Continue reading
Recall that I’m inclined to use the words distance and length in different ways: I might talk about “The distance from one house to another,” but I would then talk about “The length of the path from one house to … Continue reading
Don’t forget the ways we name points, lines, and planes! Capital, print letters for points; lowercase, script (cursive) letters or two points it goes through for lines; capital, script (cursive) letters for planes, or 3 noncollinear points on the plane. Every word … Continue reading
Great job on all of the Abacuses (Abaci?)! Do you know what number this is?