# Points, Lines and Planes Day 2 Geometry Terminology SOL: 4.1 Objective SWBAT identify basic geometric terminology (1.2); This means chapter 1, section 2 from your online textbook. Dont forget there are also tutorial videos using your online textbook. Warm-up Problems 1-7 **hw/hw log/Storybook/collect parent contact forms/workbook p.7 Homewor

Worksheet (1-24) k Quiz: solving equations/simplify radicals/factoring Cardstock and string Warm-up Day 2 Answers: 1) 4) 2)

5) 3) 6) 9) 10) 7) undefined 8) 0 Honors Geometry Summer Assignment Observations. It is imperative you answer all questions in full to earn

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n Mar k as Don e Each geometry term matches with the

definition and the Line No notation Plane Collinear No

notation Denoted with one capital letter or 3 non-collinear points: CAT or r Described as a never ending set of points Described as a dot with no dimensions Spac

e Point Denoted with one capital letter A Denoted with one lowercase cursive letter or 2 noncollinear points: CT or m Defined as points on the same line Defined as the set of all

points Described as a flat surface Coplan ar Segme nt No n

notation ted with two letters and an w pointing to right: Opposite Rays Ray Intersecti

on Two capital letters: AM Denoted with the same endpt with the arrow always pointing to the right forming d as pts on the me plane part of a line with and all points in

between as the pt that two ric figures have in common Defined as pts on the same line Defined as part of a segment with one endpt extended in one direction A is between C and T. (Draw and label a

diagram) 1. Highlight the true statements: 2. What is the difference between and ? Naming a segment versus the length of a segment 3. What is the intersection of two lines? Intersection of two planes? Point, line 4. How many points lie on a plane? infinite How many Planes are 5.

there? 6. Name three points that are collinear. 7.Are points A, B, C, & D coplanar? Explain. 8. At what point do and intersect? 5. One 6. A, B and D 7. no 8. D How any planes are there?

9. 10. Name three collinear points. 11. Are points G, A, B, & F coplanar? Explain 12. At what point do and intersect? 9. Four 10. D, G, B 11. no 12. no intersection Class work: wkbk p. 7 (1-17o, 20-22, 32, 34)

Charde s Place terms on cards: Point, line, plane, space, collinear, coplanar, segment, ray , opposite rays, intersection Have students come up with a

movement to display terms. Act out the term until someone figures it out. If Time Activity. 1.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Each student gets two index cards, label one Q and one R. Hold the two card together and place a slit halfway through both cards. Hold cards so that the slits matchup

and slide them together; tape cards together Label the intersection . Label F on Q, but not on R. Label G on R, not on Q. Can F lie on Can G lie on Label H so that it lies on both Q and R. Honors & Regular Geometry Homework: