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Unit 1 concept 3 angles and their measurements
Unit #1, Concept #3Angles and their Measurements

  • What are angles and how are they classified?

  • How are the measures of angles used to determine their congruency?

  • What is angle addition and how is it used?

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Bell ringer
Bell Ringer

With your partner…

Come up with a list of some things that you remember about angles.

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An angle
An angle ( )

  • Is formed by two rays with the same endpoint.

  • The two rays are the sides of the angles. The endpoint is called the vertex of the angle

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Naming angles
Naming Angles

  • 1

  • Naming Angles

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B

A

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Postulate 1 7 protractor postulate
Postulate 1 – 7Protractor Postulate

  • OA is paired with 0 and OB is paired with 180.

  • If OC is paired with x and OD is paired with y, then m<COD = |x – y|.

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x

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B

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D

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B

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D

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A

B

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Types of Angles

  • Acute angles - an angle whose measure is between 0º and 90º.

  • Right angle - an angle whose measure is 90º.

  • Obtuse angle - an angle whose measure is between 90º and 180º.

  • Straight angle - an angle whose measure is 180º

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Y

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Find the measure of the following aox xoy yoz xoz yob
Find the measure of the followingAOX, XOY, YOZ, XOZ, YOB

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B

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Let s get it started
Let’s Get it Started

  • What did the segment addition postulate state?

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Postulate 1 8 angle addition postulate
Postulate 1 – 8 Angle Addition Postulate

  • If point B lies in the interior of AOC, then

  • m AOB + m BOC = m AOC.

  • C

  • B

  • O

  • A

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Using the angle addition postulate
Using the Angle Addition Postulate

  • m AOB = 54

  • m AOC = 76 Find m BOC.

    C

    B

    O

    A

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Using the angle addition postulate1
Using the Angle Addition Postulate

  • m COB = 2x + 6

  • m AOB = 5x – 11 and m AOC =79

    C

    B

    O find x

    A

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Using the angle addition postulate2
Using the Angle Addition Postulate

  • Find the measure of angle 1

153°

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Using the angle addition postulate3
Using the Angle Addition Postulate

  • Find the value of x.

(3x + 5)°

(9x + 7)°

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Congruent angles
Congruent Angles

  • Are angles with the same measure.

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What can you deduce from this diagram?

  • A D

  • B E

  • C

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What can you deduce from this diagram?

  • A D

  • B E

  • C

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  • Journal Entry

  • What are angles and how are they classified?

  • 2. How are the measures of angles used to determine their congruency?

  • 3. What is angle addition and how is it used?

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Classwork homework
Classwork/Homework

  • Page 30 – 32

  • # 17 – 23 odd, 24 – 28 all, 47, 48, 56-67, 70, 75

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Unit 1 concept 3 angles and their measurements1
Unit #1, Concept #3Angles and their Measurements

  • What are angles and how are they classified?

  • How are the measures of angles used to determine their congruency?

  • What is angle addition and how is it used?

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