Vertical Angles and Linear Pairs

Unit 3: Developing Logic and Proof
Lesson 1 of 9

Objective: SWBAT use the inductive reasoning process to make conjectures about angle relationships in vertical pairs and linear pairs.

Big Idea: You've gotta read between the lines! In this lesson, students examine angle pairs formed by intersecting lines and infer some general truth about them.

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Math, Inductive reasoning, vertical angles, Linear pairs
  65 minutes
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