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Warm Up. Please draw the diagram. S tate the given and what you want to prove. Your Turn To Present!. With your Row, you will present 4.3 20 minutes to read over 4.3 Come up with a plan on how you want to present the material PowerPoint Song/Dance Poster Paper

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Warm Up

Please draw the diagram. State the given and what you want to prove

• With your Row, you will present 4.3
• 20 minutes to read over 4.3
• Come up with a plan on how you want to present the material
• PowerPoint
• Song/Dance
• Poster Paper
• Each group has 5 minutes to present the material
• Everyone must present!

YOU WILL BE GRADED FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT

• Count as class participation grade
• I will be looking for:
• Creativity (10 Points)
• Content – Theorem and proof (20 Points)
• Presentation (10 Points)
• All members participating (10 Points)
• MUST HAVE THE NEW THEOREM AND A PROOF FROM YOUR TEXTBOOK IN YOUR PRESENTATION!
• BE CREATIVE…….GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

4.3 A Right-Angle Theorem

Apply one way of proving that two angles are right angles.

T 23: If two angles are both supplementary and congruent, then they are right angles.

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Given: <1 = <2

Prove: <1 and <2 are right angles.

Proof:

Since <1 and <2 form a straight angle, they are supplementary. Therefore, m<1 and m<2 = 180. Since <1 and <2 are congruent, we can use substitution to get the equation:

m<1 + m< 2 = 180 or m<1 = 90

Thus, <1 is a right angle and so is <2.

You no longer need to write the words statement and reason at the top of each proof from now on!!!!

Just make a T bar.

Given: Circle P

S is the mdpt of QR

Prove: PS QR

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Given: ABCD is a rhombus

AB = BC = CD = AD

Prove: AC BD

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Hint: Draw and label shape! Use a Detour Proof