�����߯~�W����;��xtX� ���E�Q������.x�>��X'�'S�����ӗ����`��h���]�w�!��ўΧ��=������ݙM�)d-f��8��L�P@C4��ym��6�����{�U~�I �C'���Ӫ�.�*���L4��x�-�RN Bp��Z 5.2k plays . remainder theorem we can write a = qm+ r where 0 r < m. Observe that r = a qm = a q(ua+ vb) = (1 qu)a+ ( qv)b: Thus r is a non-negative linear combination as well. Prove the following theorem using a two-column, statement/reason format. Congruent Supplements Theorem. The Linear Pair Postulate is used to prove the Vertical Angle Theorem. If OZABC and OZCBD are a linear pair, then I ZABC and OZCBD are supplementary Reasons Statements 1) ZABC and OZCBD are a linear pair 2) m ZABC+mZCBD = 180 1) Given 2) 3) ZABC and OZCBD are supplementary. Most students could really benefit from additional practice with proofs. #12. This is a bit clunky. But m is the smallest positive linear combination. Linear Pair Theorem Algebraic Proof - Angle Addition Postulate Module 2/3 Module 3 Study Guide Problems Solved Module 3 Study Guide 2 Problems Solved Module 5/6 Review video for triangle proofs test Module 9 Rectangles, Rhombi, and Squares vid Module 7 Interior Angles of Polygons Module 16/17 Circles 1 (Area and Circumference) Linear Pair Theorem Linear Pair Theorem: If two angles are a linear pair (consecutive angles with a shared wall that create a straight line), then their measures will add to equal 180° Example: Given: Prove: ∠ + ∠ =180° Reasons ∠ & ∠ are a linear pair Given The linear pair theorem is widely used in geometry. 3. p Reasons 1. To draw the exterior angle all you need to do is to extend the side of the triangle. 3. Linear Pair Perpendicular Theorem Problem. This set of vectors is linearly dependent if and only if at least one of the vectors in this set is a linear combination of the other vectors in the set. Proof of Theorem 3.2 Prove : 1 + 2 are complementary Statement Reason AB BC Given ABC is a right angle Definition of perpendicular lines m ABC = 90 o Definition of a right angle m 1 + m 2 = m ABC Angle addition postulate m 1 + m 2 = 90 o Substitution property of equality 1 + 2 are complementary Definition of complementary angles 10. Choose the most logical approach. This means that ∠3 and ∠4 are supplementary. x�[�l�u�w߿�/�k����LlD)"�� �6)��&)�6���yG՜�O_w��\$yI�����u�1�Ꟗ�����=�7��y��ï����˿������?����V������ǟ���K>�c��;o�V���/���/Z�տ_��_�z�/�?�b���Y���_,�2������m��U���?����u��?�M��Z,��?-�f�_������_/��_2��b�x��n���7��i�߬������x���[�oZ��Y\����a����������9,��շ����f�F�g�b헿�i�W�~3Y�?���'�\$���?��� �������������h���}�o�ٛvD��oi0.\$�|:�"���w[���O��1�c��o{�}pX�Mw��`�קo���l_? This means that the sum of the angles of a linear pair is always 180 degrees. The angles in a linear pair are supplementary. If two straight lines intersect at a point and form a linear pair of equal angles, they are perpendicular. Adjacent angles formed when two lines intersect. Given 4. Given o 2. If two angles form a linear pair, then they are supplementary. By the addition property, ∠2 = ∠1 Once you have proven (it), you can use it as a reason in later proofs. The Exterior Angle Sum Theorem states that each set of exterior angles of a polygon add up to . 827 plays . ∠3 and ∠4 together form a straight line, so they are a linear pair. Properties of Parallelograms . Properties of Numbers Let a, b, and c be real numbers. Geometry . Exercise 2.43. Reason: Linear Pair Theorem C. Statement: ∠GJI≅∠JLK Reason: For parallel lines cut by a transversal, corresponding angles are congruent. 1 and 2 form a linear pair 1. (�R��2H��*b(Bp�����_���Y3�jҪ�ED�t@�7�� Vj���%)j�tlD9���C�D��>�N?j��DM October 01, 2010 theorem: proven statement Linear Pair Theorem: If two angles form a linear pair, then they are supplementary. <1 and <2 are a linear pair 1. Linear Pair Postulate– says that “If two angles form a linear pair, then those angles are also going to be supplementary.” 6. A linear pair of angles is such that the sum of angles is 180 degrees. Standards: 1.0 Holt: 2-6 Geometric proof p.110 Linear Pair theorem 2‐6‐1 If two angles form a linear pair, then they are supplementary If: ∠A , ∠B form a Then: linear pair To prove the linear pair theorem and use it in other proofs as demonstrated by guided prac‐ Right Angle Congruence Theorem

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alternatives ... Triangle Sum Theorem Proof . �߶J�=��4A۳&�p������Qǯ�4��O۔��G M��/d�`����� 1�"������[���0��Uu!Jf�fV_]LV4_�^�� �R��rY��x��:��������N��� ��y} Ӥ����ivD����u�b9k���O1->��F��jn�4�0��j:ɋohq��U]�ޅ�\4�Ӻ�(kQ/�o�@6m.�Ȣ�����E�P_l�G�i���k�}�����a#������Ъ���uL���u�9�dҰ�Srm��������A�5s�L��f��GD�Z �`\�� Given: 1 and 2 form a linear pair Prove: 1 supp 2 1 2 A B C D Statements Reasons 1. Linear Pair Postulate: If two angles form a linear pair, then they are supplementary. Review progress Write a two-column proof of the Linear Pairs Theorem. Hence, r = 0. Definition of Linear Pair: 1. Looking for some extra resources for geometric proofs? D. Statement: ∠GJI and ∠IJL are supplementary. The theorem states that if a transversal crosses the set of parallel lines the alternate interior angles are congruent. Given (from the picture) 3. m<1 + m<2 = 180° 3. Using the transitive property, we have ∠2 + ∠4 = ∠1 + ∠4. Given (from the picture) 2. Prove or disprove. ]�������e��;q�nّ��~Ӑ����7Z��w�kC�E�ٛ�Qݙ��;��:ޭ�?��6����˜�\�{��>��Ѧk�g=t�߆YD�4.�/��}�گ�\����HY�>�?���Xv����M���+�_��/+�*�?d�����6���ۙ�9-Z����o�'��7�v��vq8n�m���l9�^��8|7�z�����4�w��-d���w#���i���iy>}ۭ6��O46mm� �x��b�G7X:`�mO���?�,�v�g�r�Z����:���*��o+�-r�7�m�U�:���E�l6�og��a����n��@�o��n ���Z���v�=�1���w4�B{�i�Hu���Z���Ùn&���Χ����P�nc��4,�3k�6��8�6�@�]4r��+|a5������:�d�,��v�c-A��:|[�����j��xn��N�f��e� �Gm�&hj&}�U��b2�f�Ű%��� �Sc�x�����gT������vs� �y Use a two-column proof. 2. Statement: ∠EGC ≅ ∠AGD Reason: Substitution Property of Equality B. Vertical Angle Theorem Vertical angles are congruent.

Definition of Supplementary Angles

alternatives ... Triangle Sum Theorem Proof . �߶J�=��4A۳&�p������Qǯ�4��O۔��G M��/d�`����� 1�"������[���0��Uu!Jf�fV_]LV4_�^�� �R��rY��x��:��������N��� ��y} Ӥ����ivD����u�b9k���O1->��F��jn�4�0��j:ɋohq��U]�ޅ�\4�Ӻ�(kQ/�o�@6m.�Ȣ�����E�P_l�G�i���k�}�����a#������Ъ���uL���u�9�dҰ�Srm��������A�5s�L��f��GD�Z �`\�� Given: 1 and 2 form a linear pair Prove: 1 supp 2 1 2 A B C D Statements Reasons 1. Linear Pair Postulate: If two angles form a linear pair, then they are supplementary. Review progress Write a two-column proof of the Linear Pairs Theorem. Hence, r = 0. Definition of Linear Pair: 1. Looking for some extra resources for geometric proofs? D. Statement: ∠GJI and ∠IJL are supplementary. The theorem states that if a transversal crosses the set of parallel lines the alternate interior angles are congruent. Given (from the picture) 3. m<1 + m<2 = 180° 3. Using the transitive property, we have ∠2 + ∠4 = ∠1 + ∠4. Given (from the picture) 2. Prove or disprove. ]�������e��;q�nّ��~Ӑ����7Z��w�kC�E�ٛ�Qݙ��;��:ޭ�?��6����˜�\�{��>��Ѧk�g=t�߆YD�4.�/��}�گ�\����HY�>�?���Xv����M���+�_��/+�*�?d�����6���ۙ�9-Z����o�'��7�v��vq8n�m���l9�^��8|7�z�����4�w��-d���w#���i���iy>}ۭ6��O46mm� �x��b�G7X:`�mO���?�,�v�g�r�Z����:���*��o+�-r�7�m�U�:���E�l6�og��a����n��@�o��n ���Z���v�=�1���w4�B{�i�Hu���Z���Ùn&���Χ����P�nc��4,�3k�6��8�6�@�]4r��+|a5������:�d�,��v�c-A��:|[�����j��xn��N�f��e� �Gm�&hj&}�U��b2�f�Ű%��� �Sc�x�����gT������vs� �y Use a two-column proof. 2. Statement: ∠EGC ≅ ∠AGD Reason: Substitution Property of Equality B. Vertical Angle Theorem Vertical angles are congruent.

Definition of Supplementary Angles

alternatives ... Triangle Sum Theorem Proof . �߶J�=��4A۳&�p������Qǯ�4��O۔��G M��/d�`����� 1�"������[���0��Uu!Jf�fV_]LV4_�^�� �R��rY��x��:��������N��� ��y} Ӥ����ivD����u�b9k���O1->��F��jn�4�0��j:ɋohq��U]�ޅ�\4�Ӻ�(kQ/�o�@6m.�Ȣ�����E�P_l�G�i���k�}�����a#������Ъ���uL���u�9�dҰ�Srm��������A�5s�L��f��GD�Z �`\�� Given: 1 and 2 form a linear pair Prove: 1 supp 2 1 2 A B C D Statements Reasons 1. Linear Pair Postulate: If two angles form a linear pair, then they are supplementary. Review progress Write a two-column proof of the Linear Pairs Theorem. Hence, r = 0. Definition of Linear Pair: 1. Looking for some extra resources for geometric proofs? D. Statement: ∠GJI and ∠IJL are supplementary. The theorem states that if a transversal crosses the set of parallel lines the alternate interior angles are congruent. Given (from the picture) 3. m<1 + m<2 = 180° 3. Using the transitive property, we have ∠2 + ∠4 = ∠1 + ∠4. Given (from the picture) 2. Prove or disprove. ]�������e��;q�nّ��~Ӑ����7Z��w�kC�E�ٛ�Qݙ��;��:ޭ�?��6����˜�\�{��>��Ѧk�g=t�߆YD�4.�/��}�گ�\����HY�>�?���Xv����M���+�_��/+�*�?d�����6���ۙ�9-Z����o�'��7�v��vq8n�m���l9�^��8|7�z�����4�w��-d���w#���i���iy>}ۭ6��O46mm� �x��b�G7X:`�mO���?�,�v�g�r�Z����:���*��o+�-r�7�m�U�:���E�l6�og��a����n��@�o��n ���Z���v�=�1���w4�B{�i�Hu���Z���Ùn&���Χ����P�nc��4,�3k�6��8�6�@�]4r��+|a5������:�d�,��v�c-A��:|[�����j��xn��N�f��e� �Gm�&hj&}�U��b2�f�Ű%��� �Sc�x�����gT������vs� �y Use a two-column proof. 2. Statement: ∠EGC ≅ ∠AGD Reason: Substitution Property of Equality B. Vertical Angle Theorem Vertical angles are congruent.

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