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# A Lesson Plan in Mathematics (Geometry)

## Time Frame: 1 day

February 28, 2013

General Objective:
To determine the measures of angles formed by secants, tangents and chords.
Specific Objectives:
At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to:
1. identify the different angles formed by tangents, secants and chords
2. state theorems in determining measures of angles formed by tangents, secants and chords
3. apply theorems in determining measures of angles formed by tangents, secants and chords
4. show cooperation during class discussion.
Content
Topic: Angles formed by Secants, Tangents and Chords
Resources
References:
e-Math Geometry; Revised Edition
Orlando A. Oronce and Marilyn O. Mendoza
Lesson: Angles formed by Secants, Tangents and Chords
Introduction:
1. Show the following figures to the students:
a.
d.

b.
e.

c.
f.

## 2. Let the students identify the angles formed in each figure.

What do you call the angles formed in each figure?
Interaction:
1. On the previous lesson, we discussed the chords of a circle.
Let the students state what theyve learned.
2. Show the following figure:
What do you call angle A?
How are we going to find the measure of angle A?
The Intersecting Secants Exterior Theorem

1
m A= (m BC m DE)
2

Example 1:
Find
If

## m BD=10 and mCE =50

Example 2:
Find
If

m CAE ,

mCE ,

m A=25mCD=40

Example 3:
Find the value of x.

BEA

BEA

## The Intersecting Secants Interior Theorem

1
m BEA= (m ABm CD)
2

Example 1:
Find
If

m BN =60m AR=70

Example 2:
Find
If

m BDN ,

Example 3:
Find

m 1 .

If

ABC

## is an inscribed angle, what will be the measure of

m AC ?

Another example:
Find

m ADB , if m AB=62 .

## What do you call

ABC ?

How do we find

m ABC ?

1
m ABC= (measure of its intercepted arc)
2

1
m ABC= AB
2

Example 1:
Find the value of x.

Example 2:

Find

m ACB , if m AEC=220 .

Example 3:
If

What do you call

B ?

## How are we going to find the measure of

B ?

Example 1:
Find measure of

1 .

Example 2:

If m AC = 160, find m

A BC .

Integration: Integration:

1. Find the m1 .

3. If

4. If

5. If

## m BEC=130m AD=120, find m BC .

6.

Assignment:
The word secant comes from the Latin word secare, meaning to cut. In a sheet of paper,
explain why the word secant is used for a line that intersects a circle in exactly two points.