# Monthly Archives: June 2015

## Day 10- Lesson Overview (6/30/15)

Coordinate Plane Geometry Distance between two points– plot the two points, create a right triangle (horizontal and vertical legs- the “x-leg” and “y-leg), find the lengths of the legs, use the pythagorean theorem to find the hypotenuse. Midpoint– plot the … Continue reading

## HW#10 (6/30/15)

p. 38: 17-23 Odd. p. 175: 2-6, 7-23 Odd. p. 168: 5-21 Odd. p. 186: 2-6, 11-13, 26-29. p. 256: 1, 2, 4, 7, 9. p. 255: 1-6, 8-16. p. 337: 59-63. p. 343: 25,26. p. 354: 55-58. p. 376: … Continue reading

## HW#9 (6/29/15)

p. 351: 1,3-21, 25, 27-38, 43, 44, 66, 67. p. 359: 3-5, 7-21, 28-33. p. 367: 2-18

## HW#8 Hints for Proofs

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## HW#8- 6/25/15

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## Day 7- Lesson Overview (6/24/15)

Angle Theorems Converse of the Base Angles Theorem- If two angles of a triangle are congruent, then the triangle is isosceles. Exterior Angles Theorem- An exterior angle on a triangle is equal to the sum of the two interior angles … Continue reading

## HW#7 (6/24/15)

P. 239: 11-25, P. 198: 1-5, 16-21, 37-39, P. 201: 57-59, P: 210- 1-6, P. 224: 14-17, 21, P. 13-15: 1-8, 9-27 (odd), 48-51, 61-64, P. 21: 24-30 (even), P. 24: 68-71, P. 48: 20-27, 34-36, 46-52 (even) P. 83: … Continue reading

## Day 6- Lesson Overview (6/23/15)

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Congruent Triangles Two shapes are congruent if all of their corresponding parts (angles and sides) are congruent. Parts correspond by both being smallest, medium, or largest in their respective shapes. We learned that there are some shortcuts to showing whether … Continue reading

## HW#6 (6/23/15)

HW#6: p. 198: 6-15, 22-26, 31-33, 35. p. 205: 2-21, 25-28, 53-55. p. 216: 2-11, 14-16, 20. p. 223: 2-6, 8-13, 19. p. 227: 35-37. p. 63: 1-18. p. 183: 1-9, 16. p. 312: 17-23 odd. p. 239: 2-4, 8-10

## Day 5- Lesson Overview (6/22/15)

More Transversals Theorems First, we considered switching the conditions and conclusions of the original Corresponding Angles Postulate- this would say: “If the corresponding angles are congruent, then the two lines are parallel.” We considered this situation, and decided that it … Continue reading