READ BEFORE STARTING

Chapter 1: Foundations for Geometry

Chapter 2: Reasoning and Proof

Chapter 3: Perpendicular and Parallel Lines, Polygons

Chapter 4: Congruent Triangles

Chapter 5: Properties of Triangles

Chapter 6: Quadrilaterals

Chapter 7: Similarity

Chapter 8: Transformations

Chapter 9: Right Triangles and Trigonometry

Chapter 10: Circles

In this lesson I will teach you about line segments and rays. A line segment is basically what the name implies- it's just a "piece" of a line with end points. Along with the definition of a line segment you need to understand the proper notation to describe a line segment. The next shape we will look at is the "ray". You can think of a ray like an arrow in the sense it has one starting point and travels out in specific direction. The key difference between a line segment and ray is that the line segment has two end points where as the ray only has one. The notation for a line segment and ray are similar so be careful not to confuse the two. Like I said in the previous lesson, geometry has lots of symbols and notations- you need to watch the details of these symbols as many will look a like. Lastly you need to ensure you practice after you watched the lesson it's a must if you expect to master the concepts. Good luck!

__DIRECTIONS:__

- Watch The
**Lesson Video**First - Take Good Notes. - Next, Scroll All The Way Down The Page To View The
**Practice Problems**- Try Them On Your Own. - Check The Solutions To The Practice Problems By Looking At The Answer Key At The End Of The Worksheet.
- However,
**YOU MUST Still Watch The Video Solutions To The Practice Problems**; These Are The Videos Labeled EX A, EX B, etc. - They Are Located Next To The Lesson Video. - After You Did All Of The Practice Problems - Complete The Section and Advance To The Next Topic.

**Practice Problems:**

1.2 GeoFoundationsLinesRaysPreview.pdf