Geometry 1/9/13

INB 15 Segments & Midpoints

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INB 14 Part 1 Processing Midpoints of Segments (boss/secretary) Part 2 Segment Addition practice page 8

 

INB 17 Midpoints with Coordinates

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After some sharing of how to find the midpoints with graph paper – another student suggested he added the coordinates, then divided by 2. 

Find M, the midpoint of AB.  A(7, 3) and B (13, 5)…

x-coordinates:  7+13=20 / 2 = 10 and y-coordinates:  3 + 5 = 8 / 2 = 4 so the midopint will be M(10, 4)

INB 16 practice #11-20

Geometry 8/29/12

Intro to Proofs – check / discuss practice (Quiz Thursday)

Practice with Angle relationships & using angle measurements.

Questions – discussion over ANY topic (Review) – Cumulative Assessment Friday.

School Map Assignment – complete all parts you can.  I will answer questins in class Thursday.

*Love this question – if you average your x’s & y’s to get the midpoint of a segement.  What if you average your x’s & y’s for a triangle:  Will that give you the “midpoint” or center of the triangle? 

My response – Let’s See…

Hmmm.