**Chapter 5 Readiness Assessment**-

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**5.1 Perpendicular and Angle Bisectors**

- Learning Objectives:
- Prove the Perpendicular Bisector Theorem, the Angle Bisector Theorem, and their converses.
- Use the Perpendicular Bisector Theorem to solve problems.
- Use the Angle Bisector Theorem to solve problems.

__Completed Class Notes__- HW: 5.1 Worksheet -
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**5.2 Bisectors in Triangles**

- Learning Objectives:
- Prove that the point of concurrency of the perpendicular bisectors of a triangle, called the circumcenter, is equidistant from the vertices.
- Prove that the point of concurrency of the angle bisectors of a triangle, called the incenter, is equidistant from the sides.

__Day 1: Perpendicular Bisectors Completed Class Notes____Day 2: Angle Bisectors Completed Class Notes__- HW: 5.2 Worksheet -
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**5.3 Medians and Altitudes**

- Learning Objectives:
- Identify special segments in triangles and understand theorems about them.
- Find and use the point of concurrency of the medians of a triangle to solve problems and prove relationships in triangles.
- Find the point of concurrency of the altitudes of a triangle.

__Day 1: Medians and Centroids Completed Class Notes____Day 2: Altitudes and Orthocenters Completed Class Notes Completed Class Notes__- HW: 5.3 Worksheet -
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**5.4 Inequalities in One Triangle**

- Learning Objectives:
- Prove that the side lengths of a triangle are related to the angle measures of the triangle.
- Use the angle measures of a triangle to compare the side lengths of the triangle.
- Use the Triangle Inequality Theorem to determine if three given side lengths will form a triangle and to find a range of possible side lengths for a third side given two side lengths.

__Completed Class Notes__- HW: Please visit with Mrs. Moore to obtain an additional copy as it is protected by copyright.

**Chapter 5 Review****(**

__Answer Key__)- Correction:
- #9 - Mrs. Moore found the circumcenter instead of the centroid (boo!). The centroid is actually located at approximately (2, 8/3). (Thanks, Reagan!!!)

- #9 - Mrs. Moore found the circumcenter instead of the centroid (boo!). The centroid is actually located at approximately (2, 8/3). (Thanks, Reagan!!!)