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1 Geometry Note Cards EXAMPLE: Lined Side Word and Explanation Blank Side Picture with Statements Sections 124 through ) Theorem 123 (p. 790) 2) Theorem (p. 790) 3) Theorem (p. 793) 4) Equation of a Circle (p. 798) Sections 121 through ) Theorem 121 (p. 762) 2) Theorem 123 (p. 766) 3) Theorem 126 (p. 772) 4) Theorem 127 (p. 772) 5) Theorem 128 (p. 774) 6) Inscribed Angle Theorem (p. 780) 7) Corollaries to the Inscribed Angle Theorem (p. 782)  THREE SEPARATE CARDS 8) Theorem (p. 783) Sections 106 through ) Arc Measure (p. 650) 2) Arc Addition Postulate (p. 650) 3) Circumference of a Circle (p. 651) 4) Arc Length (p. 653) 5) Area of a Circle (p. 660) 6) Area of a Sector of a Circle (p. 661) Sections 101 through ) Area of a Rectangle, Parallelogram, Triangle, Trapezoid, Rhombus, and Kite (p. 616, 618, 623, 624) a. Draw pictures on both sides 2) Heron s Formula (p. 621)
2 3) Area of a Regular Polygon (p. 630) 4) Perimeters/Areas of Similar Figures (p. 635) 5) Area of a Triangle given SAS (p. 645) Sections 84 through 86 1) Angles of Elevation and Depression (p. 516) 2) Law of Sines (p. 522) 3) Law of Cosines (p. 527) Sections 81 through 83 1) Pythagorean Theorem (p. 491) 2) Theorem 83 Obtuse Triangle (p. 494) 3) Theorem 84 Acute Triangle (p. 494) 4) 45 o 45 o 90 o Triangle Theorem (p. 499) 5) 30 o 60 o 90 o Triangle Theorem (p. 501) 6) Trigonometric Ratios (p. 507) Sections 74 through 75 1) Similar Right Triangles Theorem 73 (p. 460) 2) Definition of Geometric Mean (p. 462) 3) Geometric Mean Altitude Corollary 1 (p. 462) 4) Geometric Mean Leg Corollary 2 (p. 463) 5) SideSplitter Theorem (p. 471) 6) TriangleAngleBisector Theorem (p. 473) Sections 71 through 73 1) Cross Products Property (p. 434) 2) Similar Polygons (p. 440) 3) AngleAngle Similarity Postulate (p. 450) 4) SideAngleSide Similarity Theorem (p. 451) 5) SideSideSide Similarity Theorem (p. 451) Sections 66 through 67 1) Definition of a Trapezoid (p. 389) 2) Definition of an Isosceles Trapezoid (p. 389) 3) Theorem 619 (p. 389) 4) Theorem 620 (p. 391) 5) Trapezoid Midsegment Theorem (p. 391) 6) Definition of a Kite (p. 392) 7) Theorem 622 (p. 392) 8) Relationships Among Quadrilaterals (p. 393) 9) Distance Formula (p. 400) 10) Slope Formula (p. 400) Sections 61 through 65 1) Polygon AngleSum Theorem (p. 353)
3 2) Corollary to the Polygon AngleSum Theorem (p. 354) 3) Polygon Exterior AngleSum Theorem (p. 355) 4) Definition of a Parallelogram (p. 359) 5) Theorem 63 (p. 359) 6) Theorem 64 (p. 360) 7) Theorem 65 (p. 361) 8) Theorem 66 (p. 362) 9) Theorem 67 (p. 363) 10) Definition of a Rhombus (p. 375) 11) Definition of a Rectangle (p. 375) 12) Definition of a Square (p. 375) 13) Theorem 613 (p ) Theorem 614 (p. 376) 15) Theorem 615 (p. 378) Section 51 through 57 1) Triangle Midsegment Theorem (p. 285) 2) Perpendicular Bisector Theorem (p. 293) 3) Angle Bisector Theorem (p. 295) 4) Triangle Inequality Theorem (p. 327) 5) Hinge Theorem (p. 332) Sections 44 through 47 1) Isosceles Triangle Theorem (p. 250) 2) Theorem 45 (p. 250) 3) Corollary to Theorem 43 (p. 252) 4) HypotenuseLeg Theorem (p. 259) Sections 41 through 44 1) Definition of Congruent Polygons (p. 219) 2) Third Angle Theorem (p. 220) 3) SideSideSide Postulate (p. 227) 4) SideAngleSide Postulate (p. 228) 5) AngleSideAngle Postulate (p. 234) 6) AngleAngleSide Theorem (p. 236) 7) CPCTC (p. 244) Sections 35 through 38 1) Triangle AngleSum Theorem (p. 172) 2) Triangle Exterior Angle Theorem (p. 173) 3) Slope (p. 189) 4) SlopeIntercept Form (p. 190) 5) PointSlope Form (p. 190) 6) Slopes of Parallel Lines (p. 197) 7) Slopes of Perpendicular Lines (p. 198)
4 Sections 31 through 34 1) SameSide Interior Angles Postulate (p. 148) 2) Alternate Interior Angles Theorem (p. 149) 3) Corresponding Angles Theorem (p. 149) 4) Alternate Exterior Angles Theorem (p. 151) 5) Converse of the Corresponding Angles Theorem (p. 156) 6) Convers of the Alternate Interior Angles Theorem (p. 157) 7) Converse of the SameSide Interior Angles Postulate (p. 157) 8) Converse of the Alternate Exterior Angles Theorem (p. 157) 9) Theorem 38 (p. 164) 10) Theorem 39 (p. 165) 11) Perpendicular Transversal Theorem (p. 166) Sections 25 through 26 1) Reflexive Property of Congruence (p. 114) 2) Symmetric Property of Congruence (p. 114) 3) Transitive Property of Congruence (p. 114) 4) Vertical Angles Theorem (p. 120) 5) Congruent Supplements Theorem (p. 122) 6) Congruent Complements Theorem (p. 123) 7) Theorem 24 (p. 123) 8) Theorem 25 (p. 123) Sections 21 through 24 1) Definition of a Counterexample (p. 84) a. Instead of picture, include an example 2) Definition of a Conditional Statement (p. 89) a. Instead of picture, include example with Hypothesis and Conclusion labeled 3) Definition of a Converse (p. 91) a. Instead of picture, include example from (1) of conditional and converse 4) Definition of a Biconditional (p. 98) a. Instead of picture, include an example from (1) and (2) of the biconditional 5) Law of Detachment (p. 106) a. Instead of picture, include the symbolism 6) Law of Syllogism (p. 108) a. Instead of picture, include the symbolism Sections 16 through 18 1) Definition of Perpendicular Lines (p. 44) 2) Definition of a Perpendicular Bisector (p. 44) 3) Midpoint Formula (coordinate plane) (p. 50) 4) Distance Formula (p. 52) 5) Circle Formulas (p. 59) Sections 12 through 15 1) Segment Addition Postulate (p. 21)
5 2) Definition of Congruent Segments (p. 22) 3) Definition of a Midpoint (p. 22) 4) Definition of a Segment Bisector (p. 22) 5) Definition of Congruent Angles (p. 29) 6) Angle Addition Postulate (p. 30) 7) Definition of Complementary Angles (p. 34) 8) Definition of Supplementary Angles (p. 34) 9) Linear Pair Postulate (p. 36) 10) Definition of an Angle Bisector (p. 37)
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