Objectives: Use some properties of parallelograms. Use properties of parallelograms in real-lie situations such as the drafting table shown in example 6.

In this lesson . . . :

In this lesson . . . And the rest of the chapter, you will study special quadrilaterals. A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with both pairs of opposite sides parallel. When you mark diagrams of quadrilaterals, use matching arrowheads to indicate which sides are parallel. For example, in the diagram to the right, PQ ║RS and QR║SP. The symbol PQRS is read “parallelogram PQRS.”

Theorems about parallelograms:

Theorems about parallelograms 6.2—If a quadrilateral is a parallelogram, then its opposite sides are congruent. ► PQ≅RS and SP≅QR P Q R S

Theorems about parallelograms:

Theorems about parallelograms 6.3—If a quadrilateral is a parallelogram, then its opposite angles are congruent. P ≅ R and Q ≅ S P Q R S

Theorems about parallelograms:

Theorems about parallelograms 6.4—If a quadrilateral is a parallelogram, then its consecutive angles are supplementary (add up to 180 °). m P +mQ = 180°, mQ +mR = 180°, mR + mS = 180°, mS + mP = 180° P Q R S

Theorems about parallelograms:

Theorems about parallelograms 6.5—If a quadrilateral is a parallelogram, then its diagonals bisect each other. QM ≅ SM and PM ≅ RM P Q R S

Ex. 1: Using properties of Parallelograms:

Ex. 1: Using properties of Parallelograms FGHJ is a parallelogram. Find the unknown length. Explain your reasoning. JH JK F G J H K 5 3 b.

Ex. 1: Using properties of Parallelograms:

Ex. 1: Using properties of Parallelograms FGHJ is a parallelogram. Find the unknown length. Explain your reasoning. JH JK SOLUTION: a. JH = FG Opposite sides of a are ≅. JH = 5 Substitute 5 for FG. F G J H K 5 3 b.

Ex. 1: Using properties of Parallelograms:

Ex. 1: Using properties of Parallelograms FGHJ is a parallelogram. Find the unknown length. Explain your reasoning. JH JK SOLUTION: a. JH = FG Opposite sides of a are ≅. JH = 5 Substitute 5 for FG. F G J H K 5 3 b. JK = GK Diagonals of a bisect each other. JK = 3 Substitute 3 for GK

Ex. 2: Using properties of parallelograms:

Ex. 2: Using properties of parallelograms PQRS is a parallelogram. Find the angle measure. m R m Q P R Q 70 ° S

Ex. 2: Using properties of parallelograms:

Ex. 2: Using properties of parallelograms PQRS is a parallelogram. Find the angle measure. m R m Q a. m R = m P Opposite angles of a are ≅. m R = 70 ° Substitute 70° for m P. P R Q 70 ° S

Ex. 2: Using properties of parallelograms:

Ex. 2: Using properties of parallelograms PQRS is a parallelogram. Find the angle measure. m R m Q a. m R = m P Opposite angles of a are ≅. m R = 70 ° Substitute 70° for m P. m Q + m P = 180 ° Consecutive s of a are supplementary. m Q + 70 ° = 180° Substitute 70° for m P. m Q = 110 ° Subtract 70° from each side. P R Q 70 ° S

Ex. 3: Using Algebra with Parallelograms:

Ex. 3: Using Algebra with Parallelograms PQRS is a parallelogram. Find the value of x . m S + m R = 180 ° 3x + 120 = 180 3x = 60 x = 20 Consecutive s of a □ are supplementary. Substitute 3x for m S and 120 for m R. Subtract 120 from each side. Divide each side by 3. S Q P R 3x ° 120 °

Ex. 4: Proving Facts about Parallelograms:

Ex. 4: Proving Facts about Parallelograms Given: ABCD and AEFG are parallelograms. Prove 1 ≅ 3. ABCD is a □. AEFG is a □. 1 ≅ 2, 2 ≅ 3 1 ≅ 3 Given Opposite s of a ▭ are ≅ Transitive prop. of congruence.

Ex. 5: Proving Theorem 6.2:

Ex. 5: Proving Theorem 6.2 Given: ABCD is a parallelogram. Prove AB ≅ CD, AD ≅ CB. ABCD is a . Draw BD. AB ║CD, AD ║ CB. ABD ≅ CDB, ADB ≅ CBD DB ≅ DB ∆ADB ≅ ∆CBD AB ≅ CD, AD ≅ CB Given Through any two points, there exists exactly one line. Definition of a parallelogram Alternate Interior s Thm. Reflexive property of congruence ASA Congruence Postulate CPCTC

Ex. 6: Using parallelograms in real life:

Ex. 6: Using parallelograms in real life FURNITURE DESIGN . A drafting table is made so that the legs can be joined in different ways to change the slope of the drawing surface. In the arrangement below, the legs AC and BD do not bisect each other. Is ABCD a parallelogram?

Exploration:

Exploration Mark a point somewhere along the bottom edge of your paper. Connect that point to the top right corner of the rectangle to form a triangle. Amy King

Exploration:

Exploration Cut along this line to remove the triangle. Attach the triangle to the left side of the rectangle. What shape have you created? Amy King

In this lesson . . . :

In this lesson . . . And the rest of the unit, you will study special quadrilaterals. A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with both pairs of opposite sides parallel. When you mark diagrams of quadrilaterals, use matching arrowheads to indicate which sides are parallel. For example, in the diagram above, PQ ║RS and QR║SP. The symbol PQRS is read “parallelogram PQRS.” Q R S P

Exploration:

Exploration Measure the lengths of the sides of your parallelogram. What conjecture could you make regarding the lengths of the sides of a parallelogram? Amy King

Theorems about parallelograms:

Theorems about parallelograms 9-1—If a quadrilateral is a parallelogram, then its opposite sides are congruent. ► PQ≅RS and SP≅QR P Q R S

Exploration:

Exploration Measure the angles of your parallelogram. What conjecture could you make regarding the angles of a parallelogram? Amy King

Theorems about parallelograms:

Theorems about parallelograms 9-2—If a quadrilateral is a parallelogram, then its opposite angles are congruent. P ≅ R and Q ≅ S P Q R S

Theorems about parallelograms:

Theorems about parallelograms If a quadrilateral is a parallelogram, then its consecutive angles are supplementary (add up to 180 °). m P +mQ = 180°, mQ +mR = 180°, mR + mS = 180°, mS + mP = 180° P Q R S

Exploration:

Exploration Draw both of the diagonals of your parallelogram. Measure the distance from each corner to the point where the diagonals intersect. Amy King

Exploration:

Exploration What conjecture could you make regarding the lengths of the diagonals of a parallelogram? Amy King

Theorems about parallelograms:

Theorems about parallelograms 9-3—If a quadrilateral is a parallelogram, then its diagonals bisect each other. QM ≅ SM and PM ≅ RM P Q R S M

Ex. 1: Using properties of Parallelograms:

Ex. 1: Using properties of Parallelograms FGHJ is a parallelogram. Find the unknown length. JH JK F G J H K 5 3 b.

Ex. 2: Using properties of parallelograms:

Ex. 2: Using properties of parallelograms PQRS is a parallelogram. Find the angle measure. m R m Q P R Q 70 ° S

Ex. 2: Using properties of parallelograms:

Ex. 2: Using properties of parallelograms a. m R = m P , so m R = 70 ° P R Q 70 ° S

Ex. 2: Using properties of parallelograms:

Ex. 2: Using properties of parallelograms b. m Q + m P = 180 ° m Q + 70 ° = 180° m Q = 110 ° P R Q 70 ° S

Ex. 3: Using Algebra with Parallelograms:

Ex. 3: Using Algebra with Parallelograms PQRS is a parallelogram. Find the value of x . m S + m R = 180 ° 3x + 120 = 180 3x = 60 x = 20 S Q P R 3x ° 120 °

Ex. 6: Using parallelograms in real life:

Ex. 6: Using parallelograms in real life FURNITURE DESIGN . A drafting table is made so that the legs can be joined in different ways to change the slope of the drawing surface. In the arrangement below, the legs AC and BD do not bisect each other. Is ABCD a parallelogram?

Ex. 6: Using parallelograms in real life:

Ex. 6: Using parallelograms in real life FURNITURE DESIGN . A drafting table is made so that the legs can be joined in different ways to change the slope of the drawing surface. In the arrangement below, the legs AC and BD do not bisect each other. Is ABCD a parallelogram? ANSWER : NO. If ABCD were a parallelogram, then by Theorem 6.5, AC would bisect BD and BD would bisect AC. They do not, so it cannot be a parallelogram.

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BY:SAURABH PUNDIR & ASHUTOSH CLASS:IX-C

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