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 lines that intersect a circle to solve problems in geometry.
* Students review and explain in their own words how to determine the measure of an angle inscribed in a circle.
* Students learn that the same rules apply to tangents of a circle intersecting with a chord inside a circle that they learned when using inscribed angles to determine angle measurement.
* Students learn that there are three unique situations that they ,may encounter when working with tangents, chords, and secants that intersect circles.
* Students learn how to solve for angle measurement when lines intersect ON a circle.
* Students learn how to solve for angle/arc measurement when lines intersect on the INTERIOR of a circle
* Students learn how to solve for angle/arc measurement when lines intersect on the EXTERIOR of a circle.
* A real life problem is included where students determine the range of degrees that can be seen from the top of Mt. Fuji using a circle, tangents, right triangles, and sine, cosine or tangent calculations.
* Included in the lesson is a short, 5 question assessment to determine student comprehension of the presented material.
* Answers are included.
* Also included are 8 GUIDED NOTES to encourage active participation among students during the presentation; the notes are beneficial for completing homework assignments and in preparation for quizzes, tests, and final exams.
* This lesson is aligned with CC standards
* I am confident that students will find the lesson both manageable and enjoyable, while teachers should find the material practical and easily adaptable to their curriculum.
* Please enjoy!
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