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## Click here for Parent Guide with Extra Practice for Chapter 7 - Proof and Quadrilaterals from CPM

 Chapter Objectives (5 Assessed) Students will be able to… Standard(s) Help/Examples Practice 7.1.3 Math Box Understand that corresponding parts of congruent triangles are congruent 7.2.3 Math Box Define seven specific quadrilaterals (identify auxiliary lines) 7.2.1 Identify properties of parallelograms and kites (Reflexive and Symmetric Property) G-CO.11, G-CO.12 7.2.2 Use congruent triangles to prove properties of rhombi and parallelograms  using a flowchart or two-column proof  (exponential warm-up) G-CO.11, G-CO.12 Two-Column Geometry Triangle Proofs(CPCTC)How to outline a flowchart proofFlowchart ProofsFlowchart Proof: Base angles of an isosceles are congruentProve that two triangles are similar by writing an algebraic proofPlease note you will be required to formally prove theorems using a flowchart or two-column proof.Proof: Opposite angles of parallelogram congruentProof: Diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other 7.2.3 Prove rectangles are also parallelograms G-CO.11 7.2.4 Prove additional properties of quadrilaterals and isosceles triangles G-CO.11 7.2.6 Prove conjectures using similar triangles (including the midsegement theorem) G-CO.11 Triangle Midsegment Theorem 7.3.1 Use the coordinate grid to define quadrilaterals G-GPE.4, G-GPE.5, G-GPE.7 7.3.2 Find the midpoint of a segment on a coordinate grid G-GPE.4, G-GPE.7 7.3.4 Analyze quadrilaterals on a coordinate grid and identify them G-GPE.4, G-GPE.6, G-GPE.7 Rectangle Proof on Coordinate Plane 7.1.4 Use understanding of reflection and congruence to learn about the central angle of a shape G-CO.12

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