2.1 Parallel Lines
2.2 Proving Parallel Lines (Completed Class Notes)
2.3 Parallel Lines and Triangle Angle Sums (Completed Class Notes)
2.4 Slopes of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
Review (Answer Key)
Helpful list of Theorems (it's extensive, so look carefully!)
- Desmos Activity - Lines, Transversals, and Angles: student.desmos.com
- Day 2: Parallel Lines (Completed Class Notes)
2.2 Proving Parallel Lines (Completed Class Notes)
- Activity - Please visit with Mrs. Moore to get a copy of the activity as it is protected by copywrite.
2.3 Parallel Lines and Triangle Angle Sums (Completed Class Notes)
- Worksheets - Please visit with Mrs. Moore to get a copy of the worksheets as they are protected by copywrite.
- ANSWER KEY to all three worksheets
2.4 Slopes of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
- Day 1: Determine if lines are parallel, perpendicular, or neither (Completed Class Notes)
- Please visit with Mrs. Moore to get a copy of the worksheet as it is protected by copywrite.
- Extra Notes/Practice: MathIsFun - Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
- Day 2: Writing Equations (Completed Class Notes)
Review (Answer Key)
- Correction: #3, x = 3, when the problem is copied correctly. Thanks, Lydia!!!
- "Correction" #7: There are multiple correct answers here, not just what is in the PDF. The quickest correct answer comes from Megan T.: Converse of Alternate Exterior Angles proves the lines are parallel.
- Correction: #22a, y = (3/8)x + (7/2), when arithmetic is done correctly. Thanks, Grace!!!
- Here's the worked out corrections from above. Thanks again to Lydia and Grace!
- Here's the worked out corrections from above. Thanks again to Lydia and Grace!
Helpful list of Theorems (it's extensive, so look carefully!)