Monday, March 06, 2006

Monday March 6; Scribe

During Class:
During class today, we spent a few minutes reviewing the five angles we learned on Thursday. If you were not here Thursday here are the types of angles:



The Acute Angle:
Any angle between
0-90 degrees.




Right Angle:

An angle that IS EXACTLY 90 degrees.




Obtuse Angle:
Any angle GREATER THAN 90 degrees, but LESS THAN 180 degrees.




Straight Angle:
Any angle that IS EXACTLY 180 degrees.




Reflex Angle:

Any angle that is GREATER THAN 180 degrees, but LESS THAN 360 degrees.


After that we spent our time writing down geometric terms. Here are the terms:


Point:
A geometric element that indicates position, but has no size.(You cannot measure a point.)

Example:

Line:

Are a set of points in a straight line. They extend forever in both directions.

Example:


Ray:
A set of points that form a straight line. A Ray starts at a point and extends in ONE direction forever.

Example:


Line Segment:
Apart of a line with two end points.

Example:




After writing down those diagrams and definitions, we were asked to see what were the different types of symbols there were in this diagram:


We have 3 lines, 3 lines segments and 6 rays:
Lines:

Line Segments:

Rays:




HOMEWORK:

Page 262; Questions 1-5, 7-16. DO NOT LOOK AT THE BACK OF THE BOOK LIKE SOME PEOPLE! YOU WILL LEARN NOTHING!!

Next Scribe:
If you can, Ardia, will you please be the next scribe?

3 Comments:

At 3/06/2006 6:30 PM, Blogger Candy said...

Hey NICE going Taylor you did it. That is the same way Mr. Reece put it as in class.

 
At 3/07/2006 6:45 AM, Blogger Mr. Reece said...

WOW, these are some amazing scribe notes. You have set the new standard for your class in what it takes to earn full bonus marks for the scribe notes.

congratulations Taylor!!!

Mr. R

 
At 3/07/2006 4:01 PM, Blogger -rain- said...

great job

 

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