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# Geometry Grab your clicker and get ready for the warm-up - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Geometry Grab your clicker and get ready for the warm-up. The distance from a point to a line can be called the “ ” distance. P arallel Vertical Perpendicular Circumcenter Bisector. A point on a perpendicular bisector is from the two endpoints of the bisected segment. Equidistant

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The distance from a point to a line can be called the “ ” distance
• Parallel
• Vertical
• Perpendicular
• Circumcenter
• Bisector
A point on a perpendicular bisector is from the two endpoints of the bisected segment
• Equidistant
• Perpendicular
• Corresponding
• Centroid
• Midpoint
• Angles
• Vertices
• Right Angles
• Sides
• Incenters
The point of concurrency for the perpendicular bisectors of a triangle is called the
• Incenter
• Orthocenter
• Midpoint
• Circumcenter
• Centroid
• Midsegment
The point of concurrency for the angular bisectors of a triangle is called the
• Incenter
• Orthocenter
• Midpoint
• Circumcenter
• Centroid
• Midsegment
• Circumcenter
• Angle
• Perpendicular
• Centroid
• Side
• Midpoint
• Orthocenter
• Incenter
• Orthocenter
• Midpoint
• Circumcenter
• Centroid
• Midsegment
An altitude goes from a vertex and is to the opposite side
• Circumcenter
• Angle
• Perpendicular
• Centroid
• Side
• Midpoint
• Orthocenter
• Incenter
• Orthocenter
• Midpoint
• Circumcenter
• Centroid
• Midsegment
The circumcenter of a triangle is equidistant from the
• Vertices
• Incenter
• Centroid
• Perpendicular
• Sides
The incenterof a triangle is equidistant from the
• Vertices
• Incenter
• Centroid
• Perpendicular
• Sides
The Pythagorean Theorem for this right triangle would state:
• a2 + b2 = c2
• f2 + g2 + h2 = 180
• f2 + g2 = h2
• h2 + g2 = f
• g2 + h2 = 90
• g2 + h2 = f2
• g2 – h2 = f2
Given C is the centroidand that CZ = 3, determine CJ
• 9
• 3
• 6
• 1.5
• 4.5
• Not possible
• None of the above
Given C is the centroidand that YI = 15, determine YC
• 9
• 12
• 3
• 6
• 1.5
• 4.5
• 7.5
• 8
• Not possible
• None of the above