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## High school geometry

Unit 1: performing transformations, unit 2: transformation properties and proofs, unit 3: congruence, unit 4: similarity, unit 5: right triangles & trigonometry, unit 6: analytic geometry, unit 7: conic sections, unit 8: circles, unit 9: solid geometry, review articles.

## Congruent Triangles (Geometry Curriculum - Unit 4) | All Things Algebra®

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This Congruent Triangles Unit Bundle contains guided notes, homework assignments, three quizzes, a study guide and a unit test that cover the following topics:

• Classifying Triangles by Sides and Angles

• Angles of Triangles: Triangle Angle Sum Theorem and Exterior Angle Theorem

• Isosceles and Equilateral Triangles

• Triangle Congruence: SSS and SAS

• Triangle Congruence: ASA and AAS

• Right Triangle Congruence: HL

• Mixed Review of Triangle Congruence

• Corresponding Parts of Congruent Triangles are Congruent (CPCTC)

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(1) Links to Instructional Videos: Links to videos of each lesson in the unit are included. Videos were created by fellow teachers for their students using the guided notes and shared in March 2020 when schools closed with no notice. Please watch through first before sharing with your students. Many teachers still use these in emergency substitute situations. (2) Editable Assessments: Editable versions of each quiz and the unit test are included. PowerPoint is required to edit these files. Individual problems can be changed to create multiple versions of the assessment. The layout of the assessment itself is not editable. If your Equation Editor is incompatible with mine (I use MathType), simply delete my equation and insert your own.

(3) Google Slides Version of the PDF: The second page of the Video links document contains a link to a Google Slides version of the PDF. Each page is set to the background in Google Slides. There are no text boxes; this is the PDF in Google Slides. I am unable to do text boxes at this time but hope this saves you a step if you wish to use it in Slides instead!

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Unit 6 – Similar Triangles

Unit 7 – Right Triangles and Trigonometry Unit 8 – Polygons and Quadrilaterals

Unit 9 – Transformations

Unit 10 – Circles

Unit 11 – Volume and Surface Area Unit 12 – Probability

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## Geo.1 Constructions and Rigid Transformations

In this unit, students first informally explore geometric properties using straightedge and compass constructions. This allows them to build conjectures and observations before formally defining rotations, reflections, and translations. In middle school, students studied transformations of figures in the coordinate plane. In this unit, they transition to more formal definitions that don't rely on the coordinate plane, and the focus shifts from transforming whole figures towards a more point-by-point analysis. Students then begin to use the rigorous definitions they developed to prove statements involving angles and distances, preparing them for congruence proofs in the next unit.

A blank reference chart is provided for students, and a completed reference chart for teachers. The purpose of the reference chart is to be a resource for students to reference as they make formal arguments. Students will continue adding to it throughout the course. Refer to About These Materials in the Geometry course for more information.

## Constructions

- 2 Constructing Patterns
- 3 Construction Techniques 1: Perpendicular Bisectors
- 4 Construction Techniques 2: Equilateral Triangles
- 5 Construction Techniques 3: Perpendicular Lines and Angle Bisectors
- 6 Construction Techniques 4: Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
- 7 Construction Techniques 5: Squares
- 8 Using Technology for Constructions
- 9 Speedy Delivery

## Rigid Transformations

- 10 Rigid Transformations
- 11 Defining Reflections
- 12 Defining Translations
- 13 Incorporating Rotations
- 14 Defining Rotations
- 15 Symmetry
- 16 More Symmetry
- 17 Working with Rigid Transformations
- 18 Practicing Point by Point Transformations

## Evidence and Proof

- 19 Evidence, Angles, and Proof
- 20 Transformations, Transversals, and Proof
- 21 One Hundred and Eighty
- 22 Now What Can You Build?

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I love this resource and can't wait to purchase the activity bundle to go with it! It is so well organized and my students have really benefited from the notes. I especially appreciate how clear the notes for writing proofs are. This is such a difficult skill and the author really breaks it down so simply. Thank you for this product!

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Lesson 2: Classifying Triangles by Angles Intro to Geometry AIM: To classify triangles by angles. To define the "sum of the angles" of a triangle. To solve problems involving the angles of a triangle. Triangle ABC is noted in symbolic form as ABC . Note the " preceding the letters.

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Section 4.1: Triangles Section 4.2: SSS and SAS Section 4.3: AAS and ASA Section 4.4: CPCTC and HL Theorem Unit 4 Review

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Math Geometry (all content) Unit 1: Lines Lines, line segments, and rays Measuring segments Parallel and perpendicular Points, lines, & planes Geometric definitions The golden ratio Unit 2: Angles Angle introduction Measuring angles Constructing angles Angles in circles

Test your knowledge of the skills in this course. Start Course challenge Unit 1: Performing transformations 0/1600 Mastery points Intro to Euclidean geometry Introduction to rigid transformations Translations Rotations Reflections Dilations Unit 2: Transformation properties and proofs 0/900 Mastery points

This Congruent Triangles Unit Bundle contains guided notes, homework assignments, three quizzes, a study guide and a unit test that cover the following topics: • Classifying Triangles by Sides and Angles. • Angles of Triangles: Triangle Angle Sum Theorem and Exterior Angle Theorem. • Isosceles and Equilateral Triangles.

Geo.4 Right Triangle Trigonometry. In this unit students build an understanding of ratios in right triangles which leads to naming cosine, sine, and tangent as trigonometric ratios. Practicing without naming the ratios allows students to connect similarity, proportional reasoning, and scale factors to right triangles with a congruent acute ...

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In this unit, students first informally explore geometric properties using straightedge and compass constructions. This allows them to build conjectures and observations before formally defining rotations, reflections, and translations. In middle school, students studied transformations of figures in the coordinate plane.

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Unit 4 - Congruent Triangles Unit 5 - Relationships in Triangles Unit 6 - Similar Triangles Unit 7 - Right Triangles & Trigonometry Unit 8 - Polygons & Quadrilaterals Unit 9 - Transformations Unit 10 - Circles Unit 11 - Volume & Surface Area Unit 12 - Probability Download a breakdown of the topics in each unit here. Also included: Geometry Warm-Ups

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Table of Contents for Common Core Geometry. Unit 1 - Essential Geometric Tools and Concepts. Unit 2 - Transformations, Rigid Motions, and Congruence. Unit 3 - Euclidean Triangle Proof. Unit 4 - Constructions. Unit 5 - The Tools of Coordinate Geometry. Unit 6 - Quadrilaterals. Unit 7 - Dilations and Similarity. Unit 8 - Right Triangle Trigonometry.

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