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```									Math Basketball: Geometry
Chapter 2
• When it is a team’s turn, they will send one
player up to the board to do a problem.
• If you get the question right, you get to
shoot from closer.
Scoring
• One point for a correct answer
• One bonus point for a basket
• Shoot at the smaller basket to try for a
“three pointer”
• I will keep a “Shot Clock” in my head. The person at the board
must wait until the shot clock is done before answering the
problem. This is so that the people not at the board can try the
problems.

• If the player at the board receives help from a player on his/her
team while at the board, that turn & shot will be forfeited.

• Each team gets 3 “Timeouts”. This is when a player is allowed
to confer with his/her team before answering the question.

• If a team gets a problem wrong the opposing team gets a
chance to “steal”. (unless it’s a true/false, obviously)
Find the next two members of
the pattern
• 1, -2, 4, -8, ___, ___
Find the next two members of
the pattern
160, 80, 40, 20, ___, ___
Find the next two members of
the pattern

1 2 3
, , ,1, __, __
4 4 4
Find the next two members of
the pattern
2, 4, 7, 11, 16, ___, ___
Find the next two members of
the pattern

,        ,          ,

_________ , __________
Find the next two members of
the pattern

_________ , __________
What can you assume from a
diagram?
• Say whether you can assume the following
from the diagram.

1  3
What can you assume from a
diagram?
• Say whether you can assume the following
from the diagram.

m1  m2  180                        o
What can you assume from a
diagram?
• Say whether you can assume the following
from the diagram.

m1  90             o
What can you assume from a
diagram?
• Say whether you can assume the following
from the diagram.

AB CD and        don’t intersect.
What can you assume from a
diagram?
• Say whether you can assume the following
from the diagram.

3  4
Review: Proofs
• Give the missing reason:

1)

2)
Review: Proofs
• Give the missing reason:

1)

2)
Review: Proofs
• Give the missing reason:

1)
Review: Proofs
• Give the missing reason:

1)   m1  90   o

2)
Review: Proofs
• Give the missing statement:

1)

2)
Review: Proofs
• Give the missing statement:

1)

2)
Conditional Statements
• Rewrite the statement in if-then form.

• Triangles are polygons.
Conditional Statements
• Write the converse of the statement:

• “If it is a triangle, then it is a polygon.”
Conditional Statements
• Identify both statements as true or
false:

• “If it is a triangle, then it is a polygon.”
• “If it is a polygon, then it is a triangle.”
Law of Detachment
• Use the Law of Detachment to make a
valid conclusion.

• If Scott gets at least an 85% on his final,
then he will get an A in geometry. Scott
gets a 92% on his final.
Law of Detachment
• Use the Law of Detachment to make a
valid conclusion.

• If Anne gets to the airport by 2:15, then
she will make her flight. Anne gets to the
airport at 2:20.
Law of Syllogism
• Use the Law of Syllogism to write
another conditional statement.

• If Chris buys a lottery ticket, then he will
win the lottery. If he wins the lottery, then
he will buy a mansion.
Law of Syllogism
• Use the Law of Syllogism to write
another conditional statement.

• If x + 4 = 10, then x = 6.
If x = 6, then x + 5 = 11.
Find all 4 angle measures.

105o
Find all 4 angle measures.

11xo
(y+35)o           2yo
(3x+80)o
Solve for x. Give a reason for
each step.
8x – 4 = 2x + 20
Solve for x. Give a reason for
each step.
3x + 5 = -2x + 25

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