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Acc Math 1 2/27/12 Get a compass and protractor Warm-up: Identify the segments illustrated below. 1. 2. 3 . 4. . With a partner . Draw a large triangle on a piece of notebook paper Choose one of these constructions Angle bisectors Perpendicular segment bisectors Download Presentation ## 1. 2. 3 . 4.

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1. Acc Math 1 2/27/12Get a compass and protractorWarm-up: Identify the segments illustrated below 1. 2. 3. 4.

2. With a partner • Draw a large triangle on a piece of notebook paper • Choose one of these constructions • Angle bisectors • Perpendicular segment bisectors • Make the construction for each angle/side of your construction. Take turns

3. Points of Concurrency in a Trianglepage 29 • If lines are CONCURRENT, then they intersect at the same point, which is called the POINT OF CONCURRENCY. • (add) CONCURRENT LINES are 3 or more lines that intersect at the same point

4. Homework • Memorize the points of concurrence • How they are formed • What is the importance

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