Today was our review day for the Triangle Congruence and Properties Unit Test on Friday this week (next block).

Students got an opportunity to correct and ask questions about HW #8, which was the first part of the unit review. HW #7 was returned and students learned why the parallel lines go on the far left of the flow chart. We were able to try another one similar to this homework in class.

HW #8b (attached below) is due Friday and is more review for the test.

Some students still need to come during advisory tomorrow to make up one of the two quizzes. Last chance for quiz make-ups for this unit. (this includes re-tests).

Be able to do for test:

Determine if three segments will make a triangle. Find longest and shortest sides or largest and smallest angles in a triangle. Find missing angles based on definitions of isosceles and equilateral triangles. Know what an exterior angle of a triangle is and that all three interior angles sum to 180 degrees.

Name corresponding parts of congruent polygons. Determine if triangles are congruent by SSS, SAS, ASA, or SAA, or not enough information to tell. Show flowchart proofs for why triangles are congruent and if a 4th part is also congruent. Determine what pair of angles or sides must be congruent if only two pieces of information are available.

Students got an opportunity to correct and ask questions about HW #8, which was the first part of the unit review. HW #7 was returned and students learned why the parallel lines go on the far left of the flow chart. We were able to try another one similar to this homework in class.

HW #8b (attached below) is due Friday and is more review for the test.

Some students still need to come during advisory tomorrow to make up one of the two quizzes. Last chance for quiz make-ups for this unit. (this includes re-tests).

Be able to do for test:

Determine if three segments will make a triangle. Find longest and shortest sides or largest and smallest angles in a triangle. Find missing angles based on definitions of isosceles and equilateral triangles. Know what an exterior angle of a triangle is and that all three interior angles sum to 180 degrees.

Name corresponding parts of congruent polygons. Determine if triangles are congruent by SSS, SAS, ASA, or SAA, or not enough information to tell. Show flowchart proofs for why triangles are congruent and if a 4th part is also congruent. Determine what pair of angles or sides must be congruent if only two pieces of information are available.

geometry_2017_hw_8b.pdf |