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5.1 HW pg. 298-301 #1, 3-11, 24-26, 47-52. midsegment 3. 13 4. 10 5. 6 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 24. x = 2, AB = 14 25. y = 6, HB = 13 26. z = 5, GH = 34 47. x = 10, LN = 29 48. x = 5, LN = 40 49. x = 7, LN = 50.

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**5.1 HW pg. 298-301 #1, 3-11, 24-26, 47-52**• midsegment 3. 13 4. 10 • 5. 6 7. 8. • 9. 10. 11. • 24. x = 2, AB = 14 25. y = 6, HB = 13 • 26. z = 5, GH = 34 47. x = 10, LN = 29 • 48. x = 5, LN = 40 49. x = 7, LN = 50**5.1 HW pg. 298-301 #1, 3-11, 24-26, 47-52**50. SSS, XWY ZYW 51. ASA, ABC ADC 52. AAS, PSR RQP**5.2 HW pg. 306-307 #1, 3-5, 11-16, 19, 26, 37, 38**• Circumcenter 3. x = 3, AB = 15 • 4. x = 12, AB = 30 5. x = 6, AB = 55 • 11. 35 12. y = 7, JK = 43 • 13. 50 14. 50 • 15. Yes, bisector converse 16. 9**5.2 HW pg. 306-307 #1, 3-5, 11-16, 19, 26, 37, 38**37. x = 18, ABC = 158° 38. x = 9, ABC = 90°**5.3 HW pg. 313-314 #1, 3-7 odd, 10, 11-15 odd, 18, 19, 23,**26 WS: Constructing the Incenter and Angle Bisector Theorem 1. Bisector 3. 20° 5. 9 7. No, not 10. Yes, converse of angle bisector 11. No, not 13. x = 4 15. No, not to sides 18. B 19. 9 23. C**5.3 HW pg. 313-314 #1, 3-7 odd, 10, 11-15 odd, 18, 19, 23,**26 WS: Constructing the Incenter and Angle Bisector Theorem 26. They are congruent to the sides of the triangle**5.3 HW pg. 313-314 #1, 3-7 odd, 10, 11-15 odd, 18, 19, 23,**26 WS: Constructing the Incenter and Angle Bisector Theorem 1.**5.3 HW pg. 313-314 #1, 3-7 odd, 10, 11-15 odd, 18, 19, 23,**26 WS: Constructing the Incenter and Angle Bisector Theorem 2.**5.3 HW pg. 313-314 #1, 3-7 odd, 10, 11-15 odd, 18, 19, 23,**26 WS: Constructing the Incenter and Angle Bisector Theorem 3.**5.4 HW pg. 322-324 #3-7, 17-19, 34, 35**WS: Constructing the Centroid and Orthocenter 3. 12 4. 9 5. 10 6. 5 7. D 17. altitude 18. Angle bisector 19. Median 34. x = 9 35. x = 4**5.4 HW pg. 322-324 #3-7, 17-19, 34, 35**WS: Constructing the Centroid and Orthocenter 1.**5.4 HW pg. 322-324 #3-7, 17-19, 34, 35**WS: Constructing the Centroid and Orthocenter 2.**5.5 HW pg. 331-334 #7-11 odd, 12, 17-25 odd, 33-34**7. Angles Sides 9. Angles Sides 11. Angles Sides 12. C**5.5 HW pg. 331-334 #7-11 odd, 12, 17-25 odd, 33-34**17. No, 3 + 6 is not greater than 9 19. Yes 21. 7 < x < 17 23. 6 < x < 30 25. 16 < x < 64 33. 2 < x < 15 34.**Ch 5 Review pg. 344-347 #1, 3-7, 9-12, 16, 17, 19-23**pg. 348 #4-6, 9-12 1. bisector 3. B 4. A 5. C 6. 36 7. 45 9. 10. x = 5 11. 25 12. 5 16. 6 17. 3.5 19. 4 < x < 12 20. 3 < x < 15 21. 8 < x < 32**Ch 5 Review pg. 344-347 #1, 3-7, 9-12, 16, 17, 19-23**pg. 348 #4-6, 9-12 22. Angles Sides23. Angles Sides 4. x = 2, bisector theorem 5. x = 3, bisector theorem 6. x = 7, bisector converse 9. PL = 12, PS = 24 10. TJ = 30, PJ = 10 11. JS = 25, RS = 50 12. No, 9 + 12 isn’t greater than 22

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