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Bell Work. Note: The figures are not drawn to scale. Order the side lengths from least to greatest. Order the angle measurements from least to greatest. B. B. 62°. 10 in. 9 in. 65°. 53°. A. C. C. AB, AC, and BC. A. 7 in. <B, <A, <C. Angles Exploration Activity.

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bell work
Bell Work

Note: The figures are not drawn to scale.

Order the side lengths from least to greatest.

Order the angle measurements from least to greatest.

B

B

62°

10 in.

9 in.

65°

53°

A

C

C

AB, AC, and BC

A

7 in.

<B, <A, <C

angles exploration activity
Angles Exploration Activity
  • Work in your groups to complete the Angles Exploration Activity Worksheet.
  • You will need 11 pieces of patty paper for your group. Make sure you use PENCIL when drawing the angles.
  • Team leaders are in charge of keeping their group on task.
  • Be prepared to share your results at the end of the period.
  • If your group finishes early raise your hand, and I will give you your practice worksheet.
what did you find out
What did you find out?
  • In order to form a triangle, the sum of the angles has to equal 180°.
  • You can create an INFINITE number of triangles using the same angle measurements.
finding an angle measure in a triangle
Finding an Angle Measure in a Triangle

Find the value of x in the triangle shown.

We know that:

x + 83 + 26 = 180

x + 109 = 180

-109 -109

x = 71

So, the value of x is 71°.

26

83

x

you try
You Try

Find the value of x in the triangle shown.

We know that:

x + 92 + 26 = 180

x + 118 = 180

-118 -118

x = 62

So, the value of x is 71.

26

92

x

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