Construct and read graphs from given information to solve problems.
Construct and read pie graphs.
Use a protractor and understanding of percentages to construct pie graphs from given data.
Analyze data presented in pie graphs to answer real-world questions.
Pie Chart, Percent, Degrees, Whole
Created a fruit salad with toy fruits and then constructed a pie chart to represent the different fruits.
Reason with angle relationships and types.
Define supplementary angles as two angles that add up to 180° (or a straight angle).
Define complementary angles as two angles that add up to 90° (or a right angle).
Define vertical angles as the non-adjacent angles opposite of each other when two lines intersect.
Define adjacent angles as two angles that share a common side and a common vertex, but do not overlap.
Determine that a transversal line can help determine if the other two lines are parallel.
Angle, Supplementary, Complementary, Adjacent, Vertical, Transversal.
Determined the measure of missing angles, given the measure of a complementary or supplementary angle.
Discussed angle relationships.