1.1.2 Lines, Segments, Rays and Angles
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by Jason Appel
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By the end of the playlist, I can:
-name and identify 3 undefined terms in geometry (point, line, plane)
-explain the difference between congruent and equal
-name angles properly
-understand the difference between congruent and equal
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I've watched the video or completed a mini-lesson on difference between congruent and equal explained.
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I've watched the video or completed a mini-lesson on segment addition postulate explained with example.
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I've watched the video or completed a mini-lesson on example using segment addition and midpoints.
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I've tried these practice problems on the segment addition postulate and am confident that I know how to do them. copy and paste into a new tab: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/in-seventh-grade-math/simple-equations/new-topic-2015-11-13T01:43:29.211Z/e/segment_addition
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I've tried these problems on midpoints and am confident that I know how to do them. copy and paste into a new tab: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/in-seventh-grade-math/simple-equations/new-topic-2015-11-13T01:43:29.211Z/e/midpoint_of_a_segment
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I've watched the video or completed a mini-lesson on naming angles.
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I've tried these practice problems on naming angles and am confident that I know how to do them. copy and paste into a new tab: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/basic-geo/basic-geo-angle/angle-intro/e/naming-angles
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I've watched the video or completed a mini-lesson on complementary, supplementary, vertical angles, linear pair.
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I've tried these problems on finding measures of complementary and supplementary angles and am confident I know how to do them. copy and paste into a new tab: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/basic-geo/basic-geo-angle/vert-comp-supp-angles/e/complementary_and_supplementary_angles
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I've tried these problems on finding measures of vertical angles and am confident that I know how to do them. copy and paste into a new tab: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/basic-geo/basic-geo-angle/vert-comp-supp-angles/e/vertical_angles
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I've watched the video or completed a mini-lesson on defining an angle bisector.
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x=?
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AB = ?
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AC = ?
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Is B the midpoint of line segment AC?
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Cannot be determined
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x=?
In the figure below, lines HL and KT intersect at the midpoint of segment HL.
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True or False: LM=MH
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KM must equal MT.
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Line MT bisects segment LH
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Ray MT and ray TM are opposite rays.
Not sure what the term “opposite rays” means? Read this [http://www.mathopenref.com/oppositerays.html].
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Ray MT and ray MK are opposite rays.
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HM + ML = HL
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E is the midpoint of segment DF.
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If DE = 5x + 3, and EF =33, then x = ?
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If GE = y, EH = y-1, and GH = 11, then y = ?
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