# Monthly Archives: August 2016

## 8/31/16- Extra Practice Problems from Class and Week 2 HW Answers

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Class Warm-Up and White Board Review Problems Angle Addition Postulate Answers Students were also given optional review problems from Springboard for extra practice, after all other worksheets had already been completed and checked: p. 3-5: 1-12 p. 11: 1-10 p. 25: … Continue reading

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Angle Addition Postulate If a point Q is in the interior of <RST, then m<RSQ+m<QST=m<RST. Key Idea- The two parts add up to equal the whole. To solve problems, create an equation, solve for the variable, and plug it back … Continue reading

## 8/29/16- Measuring and Segment Addition Postulate

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Videos of the two examples from class:

## 8/26/16- Congruence, Equality, and Labeling Diagrams

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Congruence and Equality Two segments are said to be congruent if their lengths are equal. Note what words are associated: Lengths<->Equal; Segments<->Congruent. Two points without the segment symbol above them are read as “The length of…” Two segments are shown … Continue reading

## 8/24/16- Angles Vocabulary

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An angle is made of two rays that share an endpoint. That common endpoint is called the vertex of the angle. The two rays are called the sides. The space between the two sides is called the interior of the … Continue reading

## 8/23/16- Key Geometry Terms

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Defined Geometry Terms (Cont.) Ray– part of a line that starts at a point called the endpoint and goes on forever in one direction. Named using the endpoint first followed by another point along the ray (with the ray symbol above … Continue reading

## 8/22/16- Undefined and Defined Terms and Unpacking Assessments

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Unpacking an Assessment Broken up into two categories: Content Knowledge and Skills Content Knowledge is usually specific to a subject area (topics in Geometry, Algebra, Chemistry, etc.), while Skills are usually used across subject areas. For the first assessment in this … Continue reading