In this lesson, students will learn the vocabulary of regular polygons and the formulas used to find interior and exterior angles of regular polygons.
• Warm-Up -
The warm-up is an algebra review of simplifying radicals.
• Guided Notes -
A mostly blank and a fill-in-the-blank version are included. The notes are 3 pages long. Examples are included throughout the notes.
• Presentation -
A PDF presentation is included to use through the guided notes. The presentation will help students fill in the notes. Since it is a PDF, the "slides" could be written on using SMART software (or other similar software).
• Homework -
The homework is 2 pages and 17 questions. Some of the questions require students to solve equations.
• Answer Keys -
Completely worked out answer keys are included.
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This is a lesson from Unit 8 - Polygons and Quadrilaterals in my Geometry curriculum.
8.1 Classifying Polygons
8.2 Properties of Parallelograms
8.3 Tests for Parallelograms
8.4 Rhombi, Rectangles, and Squares
8.5 Trapezoids and Kites
8.6 Identifying Quadrilaterals
My Quadrilaterals Activity Bundle has activities that can be used throughout the unit.
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