### Scribe Notes for Monday, March 13, 2006.

Today in class, we looked at Michael Apuya's scribe notes from Friday , March 10'th. Mr. Reece congratulated michael on doing a great job and told him that single assignment was worth two assignment marks and that blogger is 5% of our math grade. He also said that if you complete scribes similar to his work you can get great marks. Mr.Reece then showed us a review of the complimentary and supplementary angles on the smart board.**Definition:** A supplementary angle is that sum of two or more angles that add up to 180 degrees in total.**Definition** : A complimentary angle is the sum of two of more angles that add up to 90 degrees in total.

Mr. Reece then showed us angles of intersecting lines and showed us opposite angles. He also explained that all opposite angles are equal in degrees.

By looking at other lines in the figure you could figure out what degree each angle is. Example : C is 30 degrees. You know that because 180 - 150 = 30. Since the line is straight.

Then Mr. Reece showed us Parallel lines by using Hockey and Football as an example with the blue line and red line and the 40 and 50 yard line.**Definition :** Two or more lines that never intersect.

Mr. Reece then showed us Transversal line**Definition:** A transversal line intersects two or more lines at different points.

Mr. Reece then showed us Co-Interior angles and Co-Exterior angles.**Defenition of Co-Interior angles :** They are angles inside the parallel lines.**Defenition of Co-Exterior angles :** They are angles outside the parallel lines.

Mr. Reece then gave us the rest of class to do our homework. The homework was pages 10.4 (2-24)only on 8,10,12,14 write number(s) (even only),10.5 (3-12). **- Melvin posted this earlier.**

The scribe for tomorrow is .......... Kimberly Ibalio !

Before i forget ... **THINK PINK !**

## 3 Comments:

Crazzy post nathaniel

Amazing post Nathaniel, thank you for sharing all of this valueable information with the class.

Mr. R

huh...think pink...?

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