Use these 10 worksheets to help students explore the relationship between congruent line segments and angles, midpoints and angle bisectors, as well as the segment addition and angle addition properties.
Line Segment Worksheets:
> Line Segments (12 questions): Students find the length of each horizontal or vertical line segment drawn on a coordinate grid.
> Midpoints on a Coordinate Grid (12 questions): Students find the coordinates of the midpoint of each horizontal or vertical line segment drawn on a coordinate grid. All four quadrants are represented.
> Congruent Segments (12 questions): Students determine the lengths of named segments by comparing congruence ‘tic’ marks. Includes segments as part of triangles, quadrilaterals, and other polygons.
> Segment Addition 1 (15 questions): Students add segment lengths to find the total length of a named segment. They also are given the length of a named segment and then determine the need to subtract in order to find the length of a part.
> Segment Addition 2 (8 questions): Students use the information provided on an illustration and the segment addition property to create an algebraic equation. Then solve for ‘x’ and/or find the length of a segment.
> Segment Lengths Mixed Practice (15 questions): This worksheet reviews the concepts of the previous 5 line segment worksheets.
> Angle Addition (9 questions): Students use the angle addition property to find the measures of indicated angles. Six questions require students to create an algebraic equation and solve for ‘x’ and/or find the measure of an angle.
> Congruent Angles (8 questions): Students determine the measure of angles by using congruence ‘tic’ marks. This includes illustrated angles named by letters as well as angles named by numbers.
> Angle Bisectors (9 questions): Introduces students to the term ‘bisector’ and requires them to apply this knowledge to find the missing measures of congruent angles. This worksheet also asks students to create an algebraic equation and solve for ‘x’ and/or find a missing angle measure.
> Angle Measures Mixed Practice (9 questions): This worksheet reviews the concepts of the previous 3 angle worksheets.
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