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Unit 2: Congruence,

Similarity, & Proofs


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Parallel Lines Alternate Exterior Angles Plane

Same-Side Interior Angles Skew Lines Corresponding Angles

Transversal Parallel Lines Alternate Interior Angles


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Congruent Statement Angle Measure Congruent Polygons

Congruent Segments Congruent Triangles Proof

Algebraic Equation
Segment Measure
Congruent Angles
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Addition Property Reflexive Property


Division Property

Transitive Property Symmetric Property Multiplication Property

Distributive Property Subtraction Property Substitution Property


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Congruent Complements
Vertical Angles Theorem Theorem Congruent Supplements
Theorem

All right angles are If two angles are congruent and


congruent supplementary, then each is a
right angle
Unit 2: Congruence,
Similarity, & Proofs
2.8 Parallel Lines and Transversals
2.8 Parallel Lines and Transversals

Transversal

Lie between the two lines 3, 4, 5, 6


On opposite sides of the transversal 3 and 6, 4and 5
On same side of the transversal 3 and 5, 4 and 6
Lie outside the two lines 1, 2, 7, 8
On opposite sides of the transversal 1 and 8, 2 and 7
2.8 Parallel Lines and Transversals
Consecutive
Vertical
Interior
Alternate Alternate
Interior Exterior
Consecutive
Vertical
Interior

Alternate Exterior Alternate Exterior


Vertical
Consecutive Interior
Vertical Alternate Interior
45 45
Vertical angles are Alternate Interior
congruent angles are congruent
135 135
Consecutive interior Linear pairs are
angles are supplementary supplementary
2.8 Parallel Lines and Transversals

Corresponding Angles
Alternate Interior Angles
Alternate Exterior Angles
Consecutive
Supplementary
1 = ______
40 1 = 102
______ 8 = 102
______
1 = ______
35 7 = ______
65
2 = ________
140 2 = ________
78 9 = ________
78
2 = ________
80 8 = ________
115
3 = _______
140 3 = _______
102 10 = _______
102
3 = _______
80 9 = _______
65
4 = ________
40 4 = ________
78 11 = ________
78
4 = ________
100 10 = ________
115
5 = 102
________ 12 = ________
102
5 = ________
140
5 = ________
65 11 = ________
100
6 = ________ 6 = ________
78 13 = ________
102
140 6 = ________
65 12 = ________
80
7 = ________
40 7 = ________
102 14 = ________
78
2.8 Parallel Lines and Transversals
2.8 Parallel Lines and Transversals
Daily Agenda

Warm-up Parallel Lines and How can I apply all


Parallel Lines and Transversals Transversals that I have learned
Notes with Guided Practice Independent Practice about Parallel Lines
Checking for Understanding Students will complete and Transversals to
questions #1 10 demonstrate mastery
of the standards?

Direct
Worktime Closing
Explanation
Unit 2: Congruence,
Similarity, & Proofs
2.9 Introduction to Proofs
2.9 Introduction to Proofs
proof
theorem

given
definition theorem
Mathematical property

statements
reasons
given
prove

postulate
Undefined terms
2.9 Introduction to Proofs

If a = b, then a + c = b + c
If a = b, then a c = b c
If a = b, then a c = b c

If a = b, and c 0, then =

a (b + c) = ab + ac

a=a

If a = b and b = c, then a = c

If a = b, then b = a
If a = b, the b can replace a in any expression

If a + (b + c) = (a + b) + c
If a + b = b + a
2.9 Introduction to Proofs

Transitive Property Subtraction Property

Reflexive Property Multiplication Property

TRS 2 + BC
2.9 Introduction to Proofs

Symmetric Property Substitution Property

Subtraction Property Transitive Property

BKC TES 30
2.9 Introduction to Proofs

Addition Property
Division Property

Distributive Property

Addition Property
Division Property
Symmetric Property
2.9 Introduction to Proofs

4 = 16 + 4x Addition Property

-12 = 4x Subtraction Property


-3 = x Division Property
2.9 Introduction to Proofs
2.9 Introduction to Proofs
Unit 2: Congruence,
Similarity, & Proofs
2.10 Prove Theorems about Lines and Angles
2.10 Prove Theorems about Lines and Angles


2.10 Prove Theorems about Lines and Angles

Given
Definition of congruent segments
Reflexive Property
Segment Addition Postulate
Segment Addition Postulate
Substitution Property
Definition of congruent segments
2.10 Prove Theorems about Lines and Angles

Given
Definition of Linear Pair

Linear Pair Theorem

Definition of supplementary
angles
Substitution Property
Subtraction Property
2.10 Prove Theorems about Lines and Angles

Given
Definition of Linear Pair
Definition of opposite rays
Angle Addition Postulate
Definition of Supplementary

Given
Alternate Interior
Vertical Angles Theorem
Substitution Property
2.10 Prove Theorems about Lines and Angles
Unit 2: Congruence,
Similarity, & Proofs
2.11 Prove Theorems about Triangles
2.11 Prove Theorems about Triangles
CPCTC

Reflexive Property
SSS Congruence

Vertical Angles Theorem


SAS Congruence
2.11 Prove Theorems about Triangles

Given
Given
Alternate Interior Angles
Reflexive Property
SAS Congruence
2.11 Prove Theorems about Triangles


Vertical Angles Theorem
SAS Congruence


Isosceles Triangle Theorem
AAS Congruence
2.11 Prove Theorems about Triangles

Given

Given
Vertical Angles Theorem
SAS Congruence

Given
Alternate Interior Angles
Given
Vertical Angles Theorem
ASA Congruence
2.11 Prove Theorems about Triangles
Unit 2: Congruence,
Similarity, & Proofs
2.12 Prove Theorems about Parallelograms
2.12 Prove Theorems about Parallelograms

Alternate Interior Angles


Reflexive Property
AAS Congruence

Given

Def. of parallelogram
Alternate Interior
Reflexive Property

CPCTC
2.12 Prove Theorems about Parallelograms

Alternate Interior Angles


Reflexive Property
ASA Congruence
2.12 Prove Theorems about Parallelograms