"Geometry All around us"
Period 4, Causey
Is it possible to prove the above highlighted triangles congruent? If so, what postulate would you use?
What kind of triangle is highlighted in the picture above?
You are given that ΔBAC is isosceles and the measure of angle C = 57º. What is the measure of angle A?
What is the relationship between angles 2 and 6 if lines a and b are parallel?
What is the converse of the above statement?
How would you describe the relationship between these two lines?
What is this pattern of repeating shapes called?
The above triangles are similar. What is the scale factor of the larger triangle one to the smaller triangle?
What is the contrapositive of the above statement?
Find the measures of the two missing angles.
1.) Yes, it is possible to prove the two highlighted triangles congruent. You would use the HL postulate (Hypotenuse-Leg).
2.) The highlighted triangle is an isosceles triangle.
3.) The measure of angle A is 66°.
4.) Angles 2 and 6 are corresponding angles.
5.) If you can believe, you can wish.
6.) The two lines are perpendicular.
7.) A pattern of repeating shapes such as this is a tessellation.
8.) The scale factor is 5.
9.) If you do not hit that bridge, you will not hit this sign.
10.) The measure of each missing angle is 35°.