PSA2QS3 - Classwork---Geometry, M1, Lesson 6 (G.CO.9)
Part A)

Determine the measure of the missing angle in the diagram. Modified from EngageNY ©Great Minds Disclaimer

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Part B)

What facts about angles did you use?

Part A)

Determine the measure of the missing angle in each diagram. Modified from EngageNY ©Great Minds Disclaimer

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Part B)

What facts about angles did you use?

Part A)

Determine the measure of the missing angle in each diagram. Modified from EngageNY ©Great Minds Disclaimer

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Part B)

What facts about angles did you use?

Part A)

Two angles , with a common side, are ___________ Modified from EngageNY ©Great Minds Disclaimer

Part B)

Two angles , with a common side, are adjacent angles if C belongs to the interior of . The sum of angles on a straight line is 180°, and two such angles are called a linear pair. Two angles are called supplementary if the sum of their measures is ______________°

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Part C)

Two angles , with a common side, are adjacent angles if C belongs to the interior of . The sum of angles on a straight line is 180°, and two such angles are called a linear pair. Two angles are called supplementary if the sum of their measures is 180°; two angles are called complementary if the sum of their measures is

_______________°

Describing angles as supplementary or complementary refers only to the measures of their angles. The positions of the angles or whether the pair of angles is adjacent to each other is not part of the definition

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In the figure, Line segment AD is drawn. Find . Modified from EngageNY ©Great Minds Disclaimer

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The total measure of adjacent angles around a point is ___________ °

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Find the measure of  Modified from EngageNY ©Great Minds Disclaimer

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Vertical angles have _________ measure.  Two angles are vertical if their sides form opposite rays.

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Find . Modified from EngageNY ©Great Minds Disclaimer

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Part A)

Find the measure of the labeled angle. Angle a = ____.

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Part B)

Give a reason for your solution.

Part A)

Find the measure of each labeled angle. Angle b = ____.

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Part B)

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Part C)

Angle b = ____.

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Part D)

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Part E)

Angle d = ____.

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Part F)

Give a reason for your solution.

Part G)
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Part A)

Find the measure of the labeled angle. Angle e = ____.

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Give a reason for your solution.

Part A)

In the figure below, is a straight line segment. Find the measure of the marked angle, or find the unknown number labeled by the variables in the diagram.  =___________

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Part B)

Give reasons for your calculations. Show all the steps to your solutions.

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Part A)

In the figure below, is a straight line segment. Find the measure of the marked angle, or find the unknown number labeled by the variables in the diagram. Give reasons for your calculations. Show all the steps to your solution.  =___________

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Part B)

Give reasons for your calculations. Show all the steps to your solutions.

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Part A)

In the figure below, is a straight line segment. Find the measure of the marked angle, or find the unknown number labeled by the variables in the diagram. Give reasons for your calculations. Show all the steps to your solution.  =___________

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Part B)

Give reasons for your calculations. Show all the steps to your solutions.

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Part A)

In the figure below, is a straight line segment. Find the measure of the marked angle, or find the unknown number labeled by the variables in the diagram. Give reasons for your calculations. Show all the steps to your solution.  =___________

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Part B)

Give reasons for your calculations. Show all the steps to your solutions.

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Part C)
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Part A)

In the figure below, is a straight line segment. Find the measure of the marked angle, or find the unknown number labeled by the variables in the diagram. Give reasons for your calculations. Show all the steps to your solution.  =___________

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Give reasons for your calculations. Show all the steps to your solutions.

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Part C)
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Part A)

Find the value of x. Show all the work. x = ______

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Find the values of x and y. Show all the work. x = _________ Modified from EngageNY ©Great Minds Disclaimer

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Part B)

Find the values of x and y. Show all the work. y = _________

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Find the values of x and y. Show all the work. x = _________ Modified from EngageNY ©Great Minds Disclaimer

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Part A)

Find the values of x and y. Show all the work. x = _________ Modified from EngageNY ©Great Minds Disclaimer

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Part B)

Find the values of x and y. Show all the work. y = _________

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Part C)

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Part A)

Find the values of x and y. Show all the work. x = _________ Modified from EngageNY ©Great Minds Disclaimer

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Find the values of x and y. Show all the work. y = _________

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Find the values of x and y. Show all the work. x = _________ Modified from EngageNY ©Great Minds Disclaimer

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Part B)

Find the values of x and y. Show all the work. y = _________

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Part A)

Find the values of x and y. Show all the work. x = _________ Modified from EngageNY ©Great Minds Disclaimer

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Part B)

Find the values of x and y. Show all the work. y = _________ Type your answer below as a number (example: 5, 3.1, 4 1/2, or 3/2):
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