PT #3 Check
- Bill Glace
On the graph below, find the perpendicular bisector and midpoint of the segment using your compass. Write an equation for the segment and an equation for the perpendicular bisector.
Using the points provided and your compass, bisect the angle. Give a point that is on the angle bisector.
Using the graph below, plot the two points and write an equation for that line (this will be your original line). Next, write an equation for a line that is parallel to the original line that goes through the given point. Finally, write an equation for a line that is perpendicular to the original line that goes through the given point.
Using the points of the two triangles below, find the length of each side of each triangle to determine if the triangles are congruent. If the triangles are congruent, list the corresponding angles and sides that are congruent and write a congruence statement for the triangles.
Using the coordinates of the triangle and your compass, find the angle bisector for two angles, label the incenter and draw an inscribed circle in the triangle.
Using the coordinates of the triangle and your compass, find the perpendicular bisector for two sides of the triangle, label the circumcenter and draw a circumscribed circle around the circle.