Students will use similar triangles and given information to calculate distances on maps and heights and lengths.
Students will try to proof if triangles are similar using the AA~, SAS~, or SSS~. Proportions will be used.
Ways that triangles can be congruent:
Students solved equations for y to put it in the slope-y-intercept form. They graphed these equations. They also determined slope from 2 given points.
Students learned the difference between concave and convex polygons.
Students used slope to determine parallel and perpendicular lines. They also learned about zero slope and undefined slope.
Complete finding the angles of polygons by using triangulation.
Complete the chart using this method.
I finally got these 2 rewards going today. If it’s your birthday (or the day we are celebrating it), you can sit in the birthday chair and get a prize from the birthday bucket. Everyone in that class will get a piece of candy!!
Use your knowledge of angles pairs for today’s handouts. Use the help sheet.