# Monthly Archives: August 2015

## Quiz #1 Review: HW Hints

HW#5: Finish Blue WS on Distance and Midpoints In textbook: p. 11: 1-9; p. 40:4-6, 9-13; p.44: 15-20; p.51: 1-10 For p. 11, remember to use the correct symbols. Go back to p. 4 for a review of the rules … Continue reading

## Distance on the Coordinate Plane

Key ideas: Distance between two points on the number line (1 dimension) is found by subtracting their coordinates, and using the positive version of the answer (absolute value) Pythagorean Theorem: a^2+b^2 = c^2  can be used only with right triangles. … Continue reading

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## 8/24/15- Lesson Overview

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See filled out guided notes: Key ideas in the segment addition postulate: The two parts add to a whole. Be careful about when you subtract and when you add, always make sure your answer is reasonable (definitely not negative!) In … Continue reading

## 8/21/15- Lesson Overview

Angle- figure formed by two rays with a common endpoint Vertex- the common endpoint of the two rays that form an angle Sides- The two rays that form an angle Adjacent Angles- two angles with 1.) A common vertex 2.) … Continue reading

## 8/19/15- Lesson Overview

Collinear- figures that exist on the same line Coplanar- figures that exist on the same plane Intersection- common “part” of two or more other “things” Opposite Rays- two rays that are collinear, have a common endpoint, and go in different … Continue reading

## 8/18/15- Lesson Overview

Points, Lines, and Planes Be sure to use the correct methods for naming each figure! Points- represented using a dot. Labeled using a capital print letter. Lines- don’t forget the arrows on each end to show it goes on forever. … Continue reading