knowing the properties of each.

solving problems with each

constructing each

up next Quadrilaterals

knowing the properties of each.

solving problems with each

constructing each

knowing the properties of each.

solving problems with each

constructing each

Construct a Circumcircle (circumcenter.....perpendicular bisectors

Why do they only do two?? The definition/theorem says intersection of 3????

Construct an Incircle (incenter....angle bisectors)

That last step is to help draw the circle.

It touches at a location perpendicular from the point to the side.

BTW

Median (needs midpoint)

Altitude (needs a perpendicular) think of that top point as a vertex

(onlinemathlearning video.... another video )

3 altitudes intersect (concurrency) and make an orthocenter (& therefor orthocircle)

Midsegment (needs 2 midpointx)

Do you know the definitions of these?

Why do they only do two?? The definition/theorem says intersection of 3????

Construct an Incircle (incenter....angle bisectors)

That last step is to help draw the circle.

It touches at a location perpendicular from the point to the side.

BTW

Median (needs midpoint)

Altitude (needs a perpendicular) think of that top point as a vertex

(onlinemathlearning video.... another video )

3 altitudes intersect (concurrency) and make an orthocenter (& therefor orthocircle)

Midsegment (needs 2 midpointx)

Do you know the definitions of these?

Here is a website to help you review the basics of Polygn interior & exterior angles

Remember to start with (n-2)*180

Here is a video.

(tutorvista help RegentsPrep help)

Remember to start with (n-2)*180

Here is a video.

(tutorvista help RegentsPrep help)

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