Angle and Segment Bisectors

Angles

Vocabulary

Ray: a line that has a point at on end and goes on infinitely in the other direction Angle: Is made up of two rays with two sides that meet at a vertex Vertex: the point were two rays meet to create an angle Sides: Each ray is that makes up an angle is considered a side Right angle: two rays that meet to form 90 degrees Acute angle: two rays that meet to form less than 90 degrees Obtuse angle:Two rays that meet to form more than 90 degrees Contingent angle:Two angle that have the SAME measure Angle Bisector: A ray, line, or line segment, that divides an angle into two equal parts

1) Types of angles

What kind of angle is the above angle?

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2) Types of Angles

Move point A in the angle above to create an obtuse angle

Naming an angle

To name an angle, 3 points need to be included. One point from either side and the vertex. The vertex is always the middle point.

5) Naming an Angle

How do you name the above angle? Select all that apply

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Section 2

Distance and Midpoint

Vocabulary

Midpoint: the point on a segment that is halfway between the segment endpoints Segment Bisector: any segment line or plane that intersects a segment at it's midpoint Perpendicular Bisector: any segment, line, or plane that interests a segment and creates a right angle Distance of coordinates: when finding the distance of coordinates you will find the distance of x and of y Distance between two points: when finding the distance between two points you use the distance formula.

6)

Using the distance formula. What is the distance between the two points above? Show your work in the box below using the f(x) button **if it is available** Round your answer to the nearest thousandth (3 decimal places)

7) Use the distance tool on the line segment above

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If you answer does not match

Explain why and show how to fix your work

8) Coordinate Distance

What is the distance between the coordinates? (distance between x values and y values?)

Section 3

Finding bisectors and midpoints quickly using GeoGebra