DO NOW. 1. Find the square root of each number. a) 49b) 64c) 144 Evaluate each expression for m = -3 and n = 7 a) (m – n)² b) (n – m)² c) m² + n² Evaluate each expression for x = 6 and y = -8 a) (x – y)²b) √x² + y²c) x + y 2. The Coordinate Plane. Geometry
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1. Find the square root of each number.
a) 49b) 64c) 144
a) (m – n)²b) (n – m)²c) m² + n²
a) (x – y)²b) √x² + y²c) x + y
The Coordinate Plane
Week 3 of 9
Unit 1: Logic & Reasoning
Students prove theorems by using coordinate geometry, including
the midpoint of a line segment and the distance formula.
QS has endpoints Q(3,5) and S(7,9).
Find the coordinates of its midpoint M.
AB has endpoints at A(-3,-2) and B(9,10).
Find the coordinates of its midpoint X.
Find the distance between G(3,1) and P(6,5)
Find the distance between T(5,2) and R(-4,-1)
AB has endpoints A(1,-3) and B(-4,4). Find AB.
The midpoint of XY is M(4,-6). X has coordinates (2,-3)
Find the coordinates of Y.
Use the Midpoint Formula.
Worksheet: “PRACTICE 1-8” #s 1-16
Due Monday 9/21
No Exceptions (Will NOT be accepted late)
SHOW YOUR WORK!!!!!!!!!!!