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Using inductive reasoning and conjectures
Student Activity Sheet 2; use with Exploring “Investigating angles and their bisectors”
1. R
REEIINNFFOORRCCEE Find a geometric representation for the following sequence of numbers.
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, …
2. What are the three undefined terms in geometry?
3. Write a description of a point. How are points labeled?
4. Write a description of a line. How are lines labeled?
5. What are two names for the line containing points A and E?
Copyright 2012 Agile Mind, Inc. ®
Content copyright 2012 Charles A. Dana
Center, The University of Texas at Austin
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Student:
Class:
Date:
Using inductive reasoning and conjectures
Student Activity Sheet 2; use with Exploring “Investigating angles and their bisectors”
6. Describe the difference between a line and a line segment.
7. What is meant by the notations
,
, and AE?
8. Write a definition of ray.
9. How do you name a ray in geometry? What is the name of a ray with endpoint I and
point J on the ray?
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Content copyright 2012 Charles A. Dana
Center, The University of Texas at Austin
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Student:
Class:
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Using inductive reasoning and conjectures
Student Activity Sheet 2; use with Exploring “Investigating angles and their bisectors”
10.R
REEIINNFFOORRCCEE Draw and label
(-1,5).
where L has coordinates (3,-2) and M has coordinates
11. Write a definition of angle.
12. R
REEIINNFFOORRCCEE How are
and
different?
13. Write a description of a plane in geometry.
14. What is the minimum number of points needed to determine a line? A plane?
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Content copyright 2012 Charles A. Dana
Center, The University of Texas at Austin
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Student:
Class:
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Using inductive reasoning and conjectures
Student Activity Sheet 2; use with Exploring “Investigating angles and their bisectors”
15.R
REEIINNFFOORRCCEE
a. Name two points in the room diagram that are collinear with points C and F.
b. Point J is noncollinear with points H and K. Name another point that is noncollinear
with points H and K.
c. Points C, Q, and S are coplanar points. Name another point on the floor that is
coplanar with C and Q.
d. Points A, B, and F are noncoplanar with point C. Name another point in the room that
is noncoplanar with A, B, and F.
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Content copyright 2012 Charles A. Dana
Center, The University of Texas at Austin
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Student:
Class:
Date:
Using inductive reasoning and conjectures
Student Activity Sheet 2; use with Exploring “Investigating angles and their bisectors”
16. Using the notations provided, complete the table by writing in the correct notation for
each name and figure.
AB
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Center, The University of Texas at Austin
BA
AB
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Student:
Class:
Date:
Using inductive reasoning and conjectures
Student Activity Sheet 2; use with Exploring “Investigating angles and their bisectors”
17. Using the angle names provided, label the angles in the diagram below.
18.R
REEIINNFFOORRCCEE Suppose ∠A and ∠B are complementary angles, m∠A = (3x + 5)°, and
m∠B = (2x – 15)°. Solve for x and then find m∠A and m∠B.
19.R
REEIINNFFOORRCCEE The measure of the supplement of an angle is 12 more than twice the
measure of the angle. Find the measures of the angle and its supplement.
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Center, The University of Texas at Austin
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