3.6 Construction Problems

3.6 Construction Problems pdf

In this lesson you will

● Construct polygons given information about some of the sides and angles

In this chapter you have learned to construct congruent segments and angles, angle and segment bisectors, perpendiculars, perpendicular bisectors, and parallel

lines. Once you know these basic constructions, you can create more advanced geometric figures.

3.6.1 Triangle Constructions WS

3.5 Constructing Parallel Lines

3.5 Constructing Parallel Lines powerpoint

3.5 Constructing Parallel Lines pdf

In this lesson you will
● Construct parallel lines using patty paper and a straightedge

As you learned in Chapter 1, parallel lines are lines that lie in the same plane and do not intersect. So, any two points on one parallel line will be equidistant from the other line. You can use this idea to construct a line parallel to a given line.

3.5.1 Investigation Constructing Parallel Lines by Folding

3.5.2 Constructing Parallel Lines WS

3.4 Constructing Angle Bisectors

3.4 Constructing Angle Bisectors powerpoint

3.4 Constructing Angle Bisectors pdf

In this lesson you will

● Construct an angle bisector using patty paper and a straightedge, and using a compass and a straightedge

● Complete the Angle Bisector Conjecture

An angle bisector is a ray that divides an angle into two congruent angles. You can also refer to a segment as an angle bisector if the segment lies on the ray and passes through the angle vertex.