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 with the given info and create an equation and solve it!

15. Create an equation (use the half sheet)

16. There are multiple steps here: The first gain is the pass from the QB to where the receiver catches the ball.  How many yards is that?  Then the receiver runs from the spot where he caught the ball, half the way to the 50 yard line.  Note: this is not the 25 yard line!

17. Create a diagram representing the given information.  What does midpoint mean? (“Since E is the midpoint, then…”)  Create an equation!

18. Draw a segment and label it PR.  Where should point Q be since it bisects PR? If PQ is 3y, what must QR be?  Then create an equation!

21.  Start with what you know.  CD=14.2.  What else equals 14.2?  What does that tell you?

22. What does the diagram tell you?  What equals what?

24-26. Look back to your definitions of congruent, bisect, midpoint, between, and collinear!

37. One step at a time: The first specific value you are given is that BC=12.  Based off of that you can figure out how long AB is, and then AC, and then…


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