7/9/14 Geometry Homework. Due 7/10/14.

7/9/14 Geometry Homework. Due 7/10/14.

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Finding Unknown Angle Values: Vertical, Complementary, and Supplementary Angles/Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal

Hello class!

I'm glad you've made it and found tonight's homework. There are a few things that you will need to do for tomorrow:

First, watch the following 5 videos and take excellent notesThe videos are short! Total, they will run about a half an hour. Write down the problems shown, and also write some of the things SAID in the videos and not necessarily written down. Remember, the nice part about videos is that you can PAUSE any time you need to to jot something down. You can "rewind." 

I have labeled the videos you are REQUIRED to watch with "REQUIRED." You must have notes for each required video to receive credit for the homework for today.

I have also included a few OPTIONAL videos. If you need a refresher, you can watch those videos too. 

Second, complete the student interest survey handed out in class and turn it in tomorrow. If you did not pick one up, there is a link at the bottom of this tutorial where you can access the survey. If you can't print it, just hand-write the questions (and answers!) on a piece of looseleaf paper.


See you tomorrow!



Here are links to some optional videos that may be helpful if you forgot any of the terms used in the required videos. Although you are not required to take notes on these videos, YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR KNOWING THEIR CONTENT.

Language and Notation of Basic Geometry

Lines, Line Segments, and Rays

Angle Basics

Acute, Right, and Obtuse Angles

Acute, Right, and Linearly Paired Angles

Identifying Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

Source: Khan Academy

REQUIRED: Student Interest Survey

Please fill this out as honestly as possible. You don't need to write a huge paragraph for every question, but write enough that your answer is helpful to me!

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