Name: Class: Geometry Date: 9/26 Standards: 2, 3, 4, 5

S2: Points, Lines, and Planes Use the diagram to answer each of the following questions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Name 4 NON-coplanar points: _______________ Name two parallel planes: ____________________ Describe the intersection of ED with plane ABC: _________________

Describe the intersection of plane AFE with plane BDH: _______________ Name two lines that are parallel to BF: __________________ Name two lines that are skew to BF: _________________ Name two lines that intersect BF: __________________

S3: Segments and Rays 1. How many segments can be named with these four points? ______ List them all.

2. How many rays can be named with those four points? _____ List them all.

3. Give two other names for DE: ________________

4. Name a pair of opposite rays: __________________

5. Is point G on FD? _____

Is point G on FD? _____ Is point G on DF? _____

6. Add a point X to the diagram so that EX is not collinear with EF

Name two pairs of supplementary angles in the diagram. EF = 2x – 10 FG = 4x – 4 EG = 64 E F G A 2. Then find the measure of all segments or angles. 1. A C D E B 2. 3. m<BOC = 5x – 2 m<AOB = 6x + 55 m<COD = 3x + 8 O B C D L 3. Name both sets of vertical angles in the diagram at the right.S4: Using Algebra to find segment lengths/angle measures Write an equation and solve for the variable. Make your own diagram: Draw and label adjacent complementary angles LOM and NOM . m<JKL = 6x + 18 m<LKM = 3x + 46 J K M S5: Angle Notation and Vocabulary 1.

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