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Angle Relationships in CirclesIn this lesson, students will learn the vocabulary and theorems associated with secants, tangents, arcs, and angles in circles.Included: • Warm-Up - The warm-up asks students to explain inscribed polygons. You are free to have students write in complete sentences and/o

Also included in: Circles Unit Bundle

Geometry - Other Angle Relationships of Circles (Angles Created by Secants, Tangents, and Chords)
Common Core Aligned Lesson with Homework
This lesson includes:
-Lecture Notes (PDF, SMART Notebook, and PowerPoint)
-Blank Lecture Notes (PDF and SMART Notebook)
-Homework (PDF)
-Answer Key (PDF)
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A foldable that covers the different angle relationships that exist in a circle: Central, Inscribed, Interior, and Exterior. The formula for how the angles relate to the arcs is given in words, as well as a simplified "equation" with words. For example:
For an exterior angle it states, "If an angle

Foldable book about the theorems : Tangent & Intersecting Chord Theorem, Angles Inside the Circle Theorem, Angles Outside the Circle Theorem, Circumscribed Angle Theorem. It also has 6 practice exercises.

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Please share my enthusiasm for the following power point on Other Angle Relationships in Circles!
* Students are introduced to three theorems that support their discovery and ability to use angles formed by tangents and chords to solve problems in geometry.
* Students use angles formed by line

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Concepts Covered: Angle relationships theorems in circles theorems practice foldable. Theorems included:Angles with the vertex on the circleAngles with the vertex inside the circleAngles with the vertex outside the circleThis is a 4 flap booklet foldable with practice problems for students to practi

Also included in: Circles Foldable Notes BUNDLE

This QR Code Scavenger Maze covers the following topics: properties of tangents (lengths of tangent segments and angles formed by tangents), central angles (and arcs formed by them), properties of chords (lengths and arcs formed by them), inscribed angles, and other angle relationships (formed by ta

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Graphic organizer for parts of a circle.

Angle Relationships (Vertical, Complementary, Supplementary, Linear Pair, Perpendicular Lines) Bingo Game
This is a PowerPoint game that can be used with a Smart Board, or just used through a projector. This is a super fun way for students to practice finding angle measurements given both diagrams

Stations mazes are great because they get students up and moving around the room. They also encourage students to check their work carefully since an incorrect answer will eventually send them back to a problem they have already solved. Successfully completing the maze requires students to slow down

Also included in: Properties of Circles Activity Bundle

This is an excerpt from my popular line of
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Printing should be:
LANDSCAPE
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with the Flip being along the 'SHORT' edge or side
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An exploration into the relationship between circles and angles. This can be done after students have become familiar with angles and able to use a protractor to measure and draw angles.
It begins with the connection between angles and arcs: angles define or “cut out” parts of circles. Students

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Complementary Angles, Supplementary Angles, Adjacent Angles and Vertical Angles
2 Graphic Organizers, One Vocabulary Puzzle Plus 40 Task Cards
Easy lesson to differentiate to meet the needs of every student you teach
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In this lesson students ar

This bundle includes all the notes, worksheets, & activities in my store that pertain to 7th Grade Mathematics.Important InformationDue to how TPT auto-creates bundles this will download as one un-organized folder of resources. Simply open the bonus file to access a version that's already been

This is a 5-6 day project for students in Grades 4-6. The steps are simple and clear enough for students of all ability levels while allowing flexibility for students with geometric and artistic flair to improvise.
Students start with a circle. After drawing a radius or diameter, they measure a

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This summary is great for teachers who use interactive notebooks, but it will work for any class.
With this four-flap foldable, students summarize the four major arc-angle relationships in circles:
- Arc measure compared to central angle
- Arc measure compared to inscribed angle
- Arc measure compa

Also included in: Circle Relationships: Bundle of 3 Foldables

Confidently prepare your students for Math TEK 4.7B (Relating Angle Measurement to Degrees in a Circle) with an illustrated task card set that is fun, standard-focused, and thoughtfully differentiated. These task cards will lighten the atmosphere in your classroom while never straying from the sta

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Also included in: 4th Grade STAAR Math Review Task Cards ★ 41 Sets Cover All TEKS Math Standards

Students observe and discover circle theorems involving arcs and angles with these math stations. Seven stations are included, along with a student recording sheet in the format of “I notice, I wonder, I predict.” Stations include inscribed angles, chords, secants, tangents, diameters, vertex insid

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Also included in: Arc and Angle Measures Bundle, Circle Theorems

This worksheet summarizes all of the angle-arc relationships in circles as well as the segment relationships in circles. Formulas are sorted by the location of the vertex (inside, on, or outside).
4 pages. Answer key included.
The file is in .pdf format.

This summary is great for teachers who use interactive notebooks, but it will work for any class.
With this four-flap foldable, students summarize the four major arc-angle relationships in circles:
- Angle created by a tangent and a secant through the circle's center
- Angle created by a tangent an

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Also included in: Circle Relationships: Bundle of 3 Foldables

This flip-book contains fill-in-the blank notes with examples and covers these geometry topics:
- Parts of a Circle
- Circumference and Area
- Central Angles
- Inscribed Angles
- Apply other Angle Relationships in Circles
Complete Answer Key Included.
Print two sided (flip along the short edge).

Students will work through guided investigations of patterns that lead to general formulas for circles. This activity will allow students to discover how to find the angle when two lines intersect inside a circle (half the sum of the intercepted arcs), discover how to find the angle created when two

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