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# Lesson5-1

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Lesson 5-1             Properties of Parallelograms

Before we begin this lesson there are some important algebra skills that you need to review or learn.

See page 163. There are two methods of solving these algebra equations. You must know both.

You should have studied this in Algebra 1.   You must know these problems. Practice, Practice.

These equations all have a squared variable such as x2 or y2.

Here is a special link to some of my examples.   Write them into your notes and place sticky note on them.

Practice, Practice.

We will use these at other times in the Geometry Course.  Quick Algebra Review ( one variable)

## First method is factoring.

The factoring method really has more examples that are not given here. Do you recall factoring? If not let me know.

## Second method:

The quadratic formula can also be used to solve these equations.

All of the equations can be solved with the quadratic formula. Only some of them can be done with factoring.

If you need help let me know and I will find some videos for you to watch.    We will use these skills in other Lessons of this book and in other math courses too.

After you work the examples   and the odd numbered problems 1 to 17 page 163 then

Complete Assignment 5-1A.

## A parallelogram is a  quadrilateral (four-sided figure)

### This is the DEFINITION.

In the video below side AB is parallel to side CD and side AD is parallel to side BC.

Do you recall theorems about parallel lines from chapter 3?

The video is short and quick so please pause it and take a few notes.    Please ignore the advertising in it or click the X on it.

## Look at the diagonals in the parallelogram.

1.  What do you notice about the two segments that create one diagonal?__________________________

2.  So what does that tell you about the POINT where the diagonals intersect?_______________________

3. Move point A so that the diagonal AD is 18.1 +18.1 or 36.2 in length.   How long is diagonal BC?______

4.  Move point A so that the diagonals are equal in length.   What do you notice about the angle created by side AB and side BD?____________________________

5.   You may move 2 points.  Can you create a parallelogram so that the diagonals are congruent and at the point where the diagonals intersect they make a right angle?  I hope so. Take a few minutes to try this.  What type quadrilateral is it?___________________

Send me an email of you answers for questions 1 to 5 above.

### and Theorems 5-1, 5-2, and 5-3.

You MUST include the diagrams too. I would add the little red markings too.

Recall how we mark the sides when they are congruent, see page 148 .

### DO YOU see the red arrows???Those indicate the lines are parallel.

Look for alternate interior angles and same-side interior angles.

Remember when we have parallel lines that there are 3 lines to trace to see the angles that are helpful.

Which angles are those?    alternate interior: they make a Z or N shape

and also same-side interior angles: they make a |_|   shape, but you can turn it different ways of course.

#### BEFORE you Answer the questions in the Blue area above you must find the measure of angles m and z !!

1.  What type are angle m and angle CBD ( alternate interior or same-side interior)?

2. What is measurement of angle m ?

3,  What type are angle z and angle CAD ( alternate interior or same-side interior)?

4. What is measurement of angle z ?

DID you do that?

Answer the questions in the Blue area above and send me an email. HERE: Susan Johnsey

Be sure to state each letter with its measurement and the answers about the theorems.

Theorem 5-3 does NOT state that the diagonals are congruent.

Look at the diagonals QS and TR. TR is shorter, right???

BY  definition of BISECT,   what segments are congruent???

## and then the double red marks??

M is the midpoint.

## LOOK at the angles of 2 parallelograms  (without the diagonals).

Complete Assignment 5-1B.