Properties of Chords in Circles
In this lesson, students will learn the vocabulary and theorems associated with chords and arcs and circles.
• Warm-Up -
The warm-up asks students to explain central angles, the Arc Addition Postulate, and how to tell if two arcs are congruent. You are free to choose to whether to have students write in complete sentences or include diagrams.
• Guided Notes -
Two versions are included: mostly complete and fill-in-the-blank. The notes are 2 pages long. Examples are included throughout.
• Mixed Review Worksheet -
A one-page additional practice worksheet is included. There are 8 questions. They include tangents in circles, central angles, arcs in circles, and chords.
• Homework -
The homework is 2 pages and 16 questions. Some of the questions require students to use the Pythagorean Theorem.
• Answer Keys -
Completely worked out answer keys are included.
Make sure this lesson is appropriate for your students - see the preview to see some of the pages in the product.
This is a lesson from Unit 10 - Circles in my Geometry curriculum.
10.1 Tangents in Circles
10.2 Arcs in Circles
10.3 Properties of Chords
10.4 Inscribed Angles
10.5 Angle Relationships in Circles
10.6 Segments in Circles
10.7 Equations of Circles
My Circles Activity Bundle has activities that can be used throughout the unit.
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