# 1.1 Segment Length & Midpoints

4-1 Segments and Midpoints (p. 39-44)
4-1 Segments and Midpoints (p. 39-44)

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1.1 Segment Length & Midpoints
1/3/17 Geometry 1.1 Segment Length & Midpoints

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Undefined terms can not be defined using other figures
Undefined terms can not be defined using other figures. They are your building blocks.

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Bellwork – 1/4/17 Solve each equation.
1) −20 = −4x − 6x ) 6 = 1 − 2n + 5 3) 8x − 2 = −9 + 7x ) a + 5 = −5a + 5 Sketch the graph of each line. 1) y 7 2 x ) yx

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Sketch the graph of each line. 1) y 7 2 x 2) yx
Bellwork contiued Sketch the graph of each line. 1) y 7 2 x ) yx

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1.1 Segment Length & Midpoints
1/4/17 Geometry 1.1 Segment Length & Midpoints

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1. 2 Angle Measures & Angle Bisectors
1/4/17 Geometry 1. 2 Angle Measures & Angle Bisectors

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1/4/17 CW 1 Packet Due Monday 1/9/17

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Bellwork – 1/5/17 Do the pair of segments have the same length?
Determine the coordinates of the midpoint for each segment. 1. 3. 2. 4.

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1. 3 Representing & Describing Transformations
1/5/17 Geometry 1. 3 Representing & Describing Transformations

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Bellwork – 1/6/17

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1. 3 Representing & Describing Transformations
1/6/17 Geometry 1. 3 Representing & Describing Transformations

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1/6/17 Geometry 1. 4 Reasoning & Proof

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A counterexample is an example that shows a conjecture to be false.

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Bellwork – 1/9/17

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1/9/17 Geometry 1. 4 Reasoning & Proof

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1/9/17 CW 1 Packet Due Today CW 2 Packet Due Friday 1/13/17

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The contents in this PowerPoint were taken from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Geometry.

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