Proving the Triangle Proportionality Theorem Practice Worksheets (Classwork and Homework):
This set of classwork and homework assignments will help your students practice proving the Triangle Proportionality Theorem, which states that “a line parallel to one side of a triangle divides the other two proportionally.” These practice worksheets include a 2-page classwork assignment and a 2-page homework assignment, for a total of 4 pages of practice!
assignment includes proofs where students have to fill in only the reasons and proofs where students have to fill in a mixture of statements and reasons. The classwork assignment has 4 proofs, 2 of which are a shortened version of the proof. Each proof is either 11 steps or 7 steps long.
assignment includes the same 2 types of proofs. It includes proofs where students have to fill in a mixture of statements and reasons.
This set of practice worksheets comes with 4 pages of proofs practice (1 classwork assignment and 1 homework assignment), answer keys, and a PowerPoint file containing pictures of the worksheets and keys. The worksheets in the PowerPoint are NOT editable. When you purchase this set of practice worksheets, you will receive a pdf containing the worksheets and answer keys, and you will receive a PowerPoint file. Before purchasing this product, please review the preview file closely to make sure that these proofs are appropriate for your students.
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