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Bellringer. Use the diagram to identify 1 pair of each of the following: -Corresponding angles -Adjacent angles -Vertical angles. click here to P L A Y. Geometry. JEOPARDY. Basic Angles. Triangles. Congruent Triangles. Pythagorean Theorem. Volume. Angle Relationships.

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Bellringer

Bellringer

Use the diagram to identify 1 pair of each of the following:

-Corresponding angles

-Adjacent angles

-Vertical angles


Geometry

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Geometry

JEOPARDY


Bellringer

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Angles

Triangles

Congruent Triangles

Pythagorean Theorem

Volume

Angle Relationships

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Angles a and b are congruent because of anglesVerticalangles

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Basic Angles angles $200

Which angle is adjacent to ∠ DGC?

a) ∠ FGA

b) ∠ DGE

c) ∠ EGF

d) ∠ AGB

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Basic Angles angles $200

Which angle is adjacent to ∠ DGC?

a) ∠ FGA

b) ∠ DGE

c) ∠ EGF

d) ∠ AGB

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Write and solve an equation to find the measure of angle b. angles

b + 63 = 90

-63 -63

b = 27˚

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Line l and m are parallel. Angle 8 is congruent to angle 2 because of_____________ ___________ _____________

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54 because of_____________ ___________ _____________

Line l and m are parallel. Angle 8 is congruent to angle 2 because of Alternate Interior Angles

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If line p and line t are parallel, name one pair of corresponding angles.

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Line p

Line t

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If line p and line t are parallel, name one pair of corresponding angles.

A and E

B and F

C and G

D and H

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Line p

Line p

Line t

Line t

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∠x and ∠y are complementary. corresponding angles.

∠x = (2w + 8)˚ and ∠y = 14 ˚ What is the measure of ∠x?

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∠x and ∠y are complementary. corresponding angles.

∠x = (2w + 8)˚ and ∠y = 14 ˚ What is the measure of ∠x?

Angle Relationships $100

(2w + 8) + 14 = 90

2w + 22 = 90

-22 -22

2w = 68

w = 34

∠x = (2w + 8)˚

∠x = 2(34) + 8

∠x = 68+ 8

∠x = 76˚

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∠h and ∠j are supplementary. corresponding angles.

∠h = 123˚ and ∠j = (12+3x)˚ What is the measure of ∠j?

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∠h and ∠j are supplementary. corresponding angles.

∠h = 123˚ and ∠j = (12+3x)˚ What is the measure of ∠j?

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(12 + 3x) + 123 = 180

3x + 135 = 180

-135 -135

3x = 45

x = 15

∠j = (12 + 3x)˚

∠j = 12+ 3(15)

∠j = 12+ 45

∠j = 57˚

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Lines l and m are parallel. Angle 6 is supplementary to which angles?

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Lines l and m are parallel. Angle 6 is supplementary to which angles?

∠ 2

∠ 5

∠ 1

∠ 8

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Angle Relationships which angles? $400

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Angle Relationships which angles? $400

Which angles are adjacent?

a) ∠ HIK and ∠JIF

b) ∠ HIK and ∠KIJ

c) ∠ HIK and ∠EFI

d) ∠ HIK and ∠DFG

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Angle Relationships which angles? $500

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Angle Relationships which angles? $500

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What is the missing angle measure? which angles?

Triangles $100

49˚

56˚

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What is the missing angle measure? which angles?

Triangles $100

  • 56 + 49 + X = 180

  • + X = 180

  • X = 75

75˚

49˚

56˚

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What is the missing angle measure which angles? ?

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What is the missing angle measure? which angles?

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What is the missing angle measure which angles? ?

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Triangles which angles? $300

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101

56

56

124

45

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Find the measure of angle M. which angles?

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Triangles which angles? $400

x+5 + 2x-2 + 90 = 180

3x + 93 = 180

3x = 87

x = 29

So Angle M is 2(29) – 2 or 56 degrees

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What is the missing angle measure which angles? ?

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Triangles which angles? $500

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64

116

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130

116

50

64

50

130

116

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Which rule proves that these triangles are congruent? which angles?

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Which rule proves that these triangles are congruent which angles? ?

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side-angle-side

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Which rule proves that these triangles are congruent which angles? ?

Congruent Triangles $200

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Which rule proves that these triangles are congruent which angles? ?

Congruent Triangles $200

side-side-side

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Congruent Triangles which angles? $300

Which rule proves that these triangles are congruent?

A.) angle-side-angle

B.) side-side-angle

C.) side-angle-side

D.) none of the above

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-6 which angles?

Congruent Triangles $300

Which rule proves that these triangles are congruent?

A.) angle-side-angle

B.) side-side-angle

C.) side-angle-side

D.) none of the above

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-10 – (-4) – 3 which angles?

Congruent Triangles $400

Which rule proves that these triangles are congruent?

A.) angle-side-angle

B.) side-side-angle

C.) side-angle-side

D.) none of the above

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-9 which angles?

Congruent Triangles $400

Which rule proves that these triangles are congruent?

A.) angle-side-angle

B.) side-side-angle

C.) side-angle-side

D.) none of the above

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a = -9, b = 8, c = 1 which angles?

b – a – c

Congruent Triangles $500

Which rule proves that these triangles are congruent?

A.) angle-side-angle

B.) side-side-angle

C.) side-angle-side

D.) none of the above

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16 which angles?

Congruent Triangles $500

Which rule proves that these triangles are congruent?

A.) angle-side-angle

B.) side-side-angle

C.) side-angle-side

D.) none of the above

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A triangle has sides with lengths of 6 inches, 9 inches and 14 inches. Is it a right triangle?

Pythagorean Theorem $100

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A triangle has 14 inches. Is it a right triangle?sides with lengths of 6 inches, 9 inches and 14 inches. Is it a right triangle?

No! the Pythagorean Theorem doesn’t work.

Pythagorean Theorem $100

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What is the length of the missing side? 14 inches. Is it a right triangle?

Pythagorean Theorem $200

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What is the length of the missing side? 14 inches. Is it a right triangle?

Pythagorean Theorem $200

40 ft

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Find the distance between the two points shown 14 inches. Is it a right triangle?. Round to the nearest tenth.

Pythagorean Theorem $300

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Find the distance between the two points shown. Round to the nearest tenth.

4.2 units

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3

3

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What is the length of the missing side? nearest tenth.

Pythagorean Theorem $400

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What is the length of the missing side? nearest tenth.

Pythagorean Theorem $400

15 cm

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Two joggers run 8 miles north and then 5 miles west. What is the shortest distance, to the nearest tenth of a mile, they must travel to return to their starting point?

Pythagorean Theorem $500

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Two joggers run 8 miles north and then 5 miles west. What is the shortest distance, to the nearest tenth of a mile, they must travel to return to their starting point?

9.4 miles

Pythagorean Theorem $500

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Find the volume of this figure. Round to the nearest tenth. the shortest distance, to the

Volume $100

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Cylinder: the shortest distance, to the

V = 3.14 x 52x 7

Volume $100

549.5 yd3

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Find the volume of this figure. Round to the nearest tenth. the shortest distance, to the

Volume $200

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CONE: the shortest distance, to the

V = (1/3) x 3.14 x 42 x 7

Volume $200

117.2 m3

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Find the volume of this figure. Round to the nearest tenth. the shortest distance, to the

Volume $300

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CYLINDER: the shortest distance, to the

V = 3.14 x 82 x 4

803.8 m3

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The soccer ball is 22 cm across in diameter. Find its volume to the nearest tenth.

Volume $400

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SPHERE: (radius is 11 cm) to the nearest tenth.

V = (4/3) x 3.14 x 113

5572.5 cm3

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A cone has a height of 3.2 inches and a volume of 53.59 cubic inches.

Find the radius.

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Cone: cubic inches.

V = (1/3) x 3.14 x r2 x h

53.59 = (1/3) x 3.14 x r2 x 3.2

53.59 = 3.35 x r2

16 = r2 …so r = 4 inches

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D cubic inches. ailyDouble

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F cubic inches. inalJeopardy

Today’s Category:Pythagorean Theorem

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In cubic inches. Mike’s basketball game he ran 9 feet straight out from under the basket. Then he went left 4 feet before running straight back to his original spot under the basket. How far did Mike travel? Round to the nearest tenth.

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Mike traveled a total of 22.8 feet. cubic inches.

4 ft

9 ft

9.8 ft

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Thanks for cubic inches. PLAYING!

Geometry

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