Use reasoning to solve logic puzzles.
Use the given information in a problem to identify the correct answer.
Think outside of the box to solve problems.
Follow given rules to solve problems.
PaStudents were given a pattern and had to answer question about how the pattern grows
Reason with angle relationships and types.
Define supplementary angles as two angles that add up to 180° (or a straight angle).
Define vertical angles as the non-adjacent angles opposite of each other when two lines intersect.
Define complementary angles as two angles that add up to 90° (or a right angle).
Define adjacent angles as two angles that share a common side and a common vertex, but do not overlap.
Define transversal lines as a line that crosses a minimum of two other lines.
Supplementary, Complementary, Traversal, Adjacent, Vertical angles
Created angles with given properties, such as supplementary angles that are adjacent.
Studied how traversal lines affect parallel and non parallel lines.