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# Reection

Journal 7.1
Weve studied many topics in Geometry this year. How many can
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## Target 7.1, Day 1

APPLY REGULAR AND SPECIAL
TRIANGLE PROPERTIES (4.1
AND 4.7)

No Congruent
Sides

Two Congruent
Sides

Three Congruent
Sides

1 Obtuse Angle

3 Congruent
Angles

## Recall that the three interior angles of a triangle add up to _______.

Find the value of x. Then nd the measures of all angles.

## There are special relationships between a triangles sides and

angles. Specically, congruent _____________ are always opposite
of congruent _____________, and vice versa.
Name a pair of congruent angles.

always ________.

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Warm Up 7.1, Day 2

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its angles.

e shown.

## Target 7.1, Day 2

USE INEQUALITIES IN A
TRIANGLE (5.5)

Label the largest angle in the obtuse triangle shown with your rst
initial. Label the smallest angle with your last initial.

Next, identify the longest and shortest sides of the triangle. What
connection do you notice?
Smallest Angle __________________

Largest Angle ___________________

## Sketch and label the triangle described.

Side lengths: 37, 35, and 12, with shortest side on the right.
Angle measures: 71o, 19o, and 90o, with right angle on top.

## The Triangle Inequality Theorem states

that any two sides of a triangle must be
__________________ the third side.

Look what happens if the sum of two sides are NOT longer than the
third

Explain.
4, 6, 9

10, 15, 10

3, 4, 7

## A triangle has one side length of 12 and another of length 8.

Describe the possible lengths of the third side.
If the missing side is the shortest side