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First Semester Review 2013. ColLinear & CoPlanar. Points and lines are coplanar if they are together on the same plane. 1. Are B,C and E coplanar? Yes 2. Are B, C, A, and D coplanar? No. Quick Review. Name the plane that is on the bottom of the box. ex. EFG Name the blue plane.

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Collinear coplanar
ColLinear & CoPlanar

Points and lines are coplanar if they are together on the same plane.

1. Are B,C and E coplanar?

Yes

2. Are B, C, A, and D coplanar?

No


Quick review
Quick Review

  • Name the plane that is on the bottom of the box.

    ex. EFG

  • Name the blue plane.

    ex. CGH

  • Which plane is ADE?

    The front


Finding parallel and skew lines
Finding Parallel and skew lines

Name two lines that are parallel.

Name two lines that are

skew.


Segment and angle addition postulates
Segment and Angle addition postulates

<AOB = 43 and <BOC = 15

What is the measure of <AOC?

<AOB + <BOC = <AOC

43 + 15 = <AOC

58 = <AOC


Segment and angle addition postulates1
Segment and Angle addition postulates

XZ = 17 and YZ = 11

What is the length of segment XY?

XY + YZ = XZ

XY + 11 = 17

XY = 6


Segment and angle addition postulates2
Segment and Angle addition postulates

<ABC = 124. Find the measure of x.

Top < + Right < = Total <

<ABD + <DBC = <ABC

(3x+1) + (4x-3) = 124

7x – 2 = 124

7x = 126

x = 18


Midpoints
Midpoints

M is the midpoint of AB. AM = 3x-6 and

MB = 5x-12. Find the measure of x.

3x – 6 = 5x – 12

6 = 2x

3 = x

5x-12

3x-6


Naming an angle
Naming an Angle

When two angles share the same vertex you must use three letters to name the angle.

What is the name of the angle on the left?

<BAC or <CAB

What is the name of the angle on the right?

<CAD or <DAC

C

B

D

A


Review find the length and midpoint of ab
Review – Find the length and midpoint of AB

Use distance and midpoint formulas

Length – 10 units

Midpoint – (0,-1)



Why does the distance around a circle d
Why does the distance around a circle = πd?

The diameter wraps around the circle 3.14 times.

diameter


Find the area and perimeter of the shape
Find the area and perimeter of the shape.

Since the diameter wraps around the circle 3.14 or π times the formula for perimeter is πd.

The perimeter = 10 π or 31.4

The Area = πr2 = π(5)2 = 25 π or 78.5



Write the converse for the statement
Write the converse for the statement.

If it is August, then it is summertime.

If it is summertime, then it is August.

What is the truth value of this statement?

False


Are the following definitions good definitions
Are the following definitions good definitions?

A dog is an animal with a tail.

No

Wednesday is the midpoint of the week.

Yes

February is a month during the year.

No


Example of a biconditional
Example of a Biconditional

Ex. Wednesday is the midpoint of the week.

Conditional:Ifit is Wednesday, thenit is the midpoint of the week. (True)

Converse:Ifit is the midpoint of the week, thenit is Wednesday. (True)

Biconditional:It is Wednesday if and only if it is the midpoint of the week.


Working backwards write the biconditional as two sentences
Working backwards – Write the biconditional as two sentences.

It is a right angle if and only if it has 90 degrees.

  • Ifit is a right angle, thenit has 90 degrees.

  • If it has 90 degrees, thenit is a right angle.


Law of syllogism
Law of Syllogism

Let’s start with an example:

If it is a dog, then it is a mammal.

If it is a mammal, then it is an animal.

By using the Law of Syllogism, we can combine the two sentences. We get:

If it is a dog, then it is an animal.


Sometimes the sentences are reversed be careful
Sometimes the sentences are reversedBE CAREFUL!

Example:

If you are in math class, then you are in school.

If you are in Geometry, then you are in math class.

The Law of Syllogism allows us to write the following:

If you are in Geometry, then you are in school.


Law of detachment
Law of Detachment

Don’t think too long when doing this law. It is easier than you think.

Example:

If it is Friday, the lunch room doesn’t serve meat.

“Hey, It’s Friday. What are they serving for lunch?”

… The lunch room isn’t serving meat.


Law of detachment1
Law of Detachment

Another example:

If water is frozen, then its temperature is less than 32 degrees.

“There is ice (frozen water) on the pond”

… It’s temperature must be less then 32 degrees.


Find the measure of the angles
Find the measure of the angles

  • <CAD =

  • <DAE =

  • <CAB =

  • <BAF =

  • <CAE =


Naming angles
Naming Angles

  • An angle supplementary to <BAD

  • A pair of vertical angles.

  • Two angles complementary to <DAE

  • An angle adjacent to <CAD


Find x and y
Find x and y.

y

3x

x+30



Properties of equality
Properties of Equality

In Algebra, we use conditionals all the time.

Properties:

Addition Prop of = If a=b, then a+c=b+c

Subtraction Prop of = If a=b, then a–c=b-c

Mult Prop of = If a=b, then

Division Prop of = If a=b, then a/c =b/c


More properties
More Properties

Reflexive Property a=a

Symmetric Property If a=b, then b=a

Transitive Property If a=b & b=c, then a=c

Substitution Property If a=b, then a can replace b in any expression.

Distributive Property


Identifying the properties
Identifying the Properties

  • <ABC = <ABC

    Reflexive Property

  • If x + 5 = 11, then x = 6

    Subtraction Prop of =

  • If x + y = 6 and y = x+2, then x + (x+2) = 6

    Substitution Property

  • If AB = CD and CD = EF, then AB = EF

    Transitive Property


Identifying more properties
Identifying More Properties

  • 5(x – 3) = 5x – 15

    Distributive Prop

    6. If ½(TR) = 9, then TR = 18

    Mult Prop of =

    7. If AB = 9, then 9 = AB

    Symmetric Prop


Reflexive symmetric transitive
Reflexive, Symmetric, Transitive

Which combination of Reflexive, Symmetric, and Transitive are the following relationships.

… as happy as…

Reflexive, Symmetric, Transitive

… is faster than…

Transitive only


Ex 1 abc is 35 degrees
Ex. 1 <ABC is 35 degrees.

Find the following

  • <ABC =

  • Complement of <ABC =

  • Supplement of <ABC =


Ex 2 the supplement of b is 100
Ex. 2 The supplement of <B is 100

Find the following

  • <B =

  • Supplement of <B =

  • Complement of <B =


Ex 3 a is 5 times as big is supplement
Ex. 3 <A is 5 times as big is supplement.

How big is <A?

<A = 75, the supplement of <A = 15












Label each type of angle as congruent or supplementary when lines are parallel
Label each type of angle as congruent or supplementary, when lines are parallel

Corresponding:

Same Side Interior:

Same Side Exterior:

Alternate Interior:

Alternate Exterior:



How do you know if two lines parallel perpendicular or neither based on their slopes
How do you know if two lines parallel, perpendicular or neither based on their slopes?

Parallel lines have …

Perpendicular lines have …


Are the lines parallel perpendicular or neither
Are the lines parallel, perpendicular, or neither? neither based on their slopes?

  • y = -2x y = -2x + 4

  • y = -3/5x + 1 y = -3 + 5/3x

  • 2x – 3y = 1 3x – 2y = 8




Find x what type of problem is this
Find x. What type of problem is this? triangles are congruent?


Do the following sides make a triangle
Do the following sides make a triangle? triangles are congruent?

  • 4, 5, 7

  • 3, 7, 11

  • 5, 10, 15



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