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  1. Quarter Exam Topics Honors Geometry CCHS

  2. Chapter One Topics • Intersection/Union (pg. 6 example, pg. 7 #5, pg. 54 #1) • Converse/Inverse/Contrapositive (Section 1.8, pg. 44-45) • Degrees/Minutes/Seconds (pg. 12 examples, pg. 15, #5) • Clock Problems (pg. 14 example #5, pg. 15 #9, pg. 27 #9, online videos) • Writing/Solving Equations (Are values equal? Do they have a sum? Pg. 8 #11, pg. 16 #13, pg. 20 #1, pg. 22 #12, pg. 32 #7) • Writing/Solving Systems of Equations (pg. 17 #21, pg. 22 #15, pg. 35 #22) • Ratios (pg. 21 #6, pg. 35 #24, pg. 31 Problem 7)

  3. Chapter Two Topics One Step Proofs: • Know if/then statement wordings: • Bisect/trisect/midpoint • Perpendicular lines • Right angle congruence • Complementary Angles • Supplementary Angles Basic Two-Column Proofs (include all steps) (pg. 105: 1-6, 8-11, 22-25, 27)

  4. Chapter Two Topics • Write & solve comp/supp equations (pg. 68 Ex #3, Ex #4, pg. 70 #16, pg. 71 #18, 19, 21, 23, pg. 80 #12, #17) • Complements/Supplements of the same angle are congruent (section 2.4) • Complements/Supplements of congruent angles are congruent (section 2.4) • Properties (sections 2.5-2.7) • Addition/Subtraction Properties • Mult/Division Properties • Transitive/Substitution Properties

  5. Chapter Three Topics • Prove triangles congruent by SSS, SAS, or ASA • Recognize when triangles can’t be proved congruent (AAA, SSA, etc.) • Prove triangles congruent to show their corresponding parts congruent • Apply properties (ch. 2) to show congruent parts of triangles. • Example problems: pg. 162-164: 3, 4, 5

  6. Additional Review Problems CUMULATIVE REVIEW, pg. 165: 1, 3, 4-7, 10, 11, 15, 18