JP Terrell's All Around Geometry
In Chicago, Illinois
The measure of one of the congruent angles is 54°. What are all of the angles equal to?
1. First set of congruent angles - 54 degrees Second set of congruent angles - 126 degrees
Angle "x" is 20 degrees. Angle "y" is twice as large as angle "x". What are the measurements of all the angles?
Angle x - 20 degrees Angle y - 40 degrees Angle j and Angle z - 60 degrees
What is the relationship between angle "x" and angle "y"?
Congruent (90 degrees)
What is the measure of angle "x"?
Answer - 80 degrees
Name one of the postulates you could use to determine these triangles congruent.
Answer (may vary) - Angle-Side-Angle
Which lines are parallel?
Answer - Line P and Line D
What are the other angle measurements?
What is the sum of angle "x" and angle "y"?
If all these shapes are squares, is this a tessellation? (Disregard the dividers between the squares.)
Can you state that these triangles are congruent?
No (not enough given information)