Segment and Angle Measurement It Adds Up Lesson 4-1 Segments and Midpoints Learning Targets: Apply the Segment Addition Postulate to find lengths of segments. Use the definition of midpoint to find lengths of segments. SUGGESTED LEARNING STRATEGIES: Close Reading, Look for a Pattern, Think-Pair-Share, Vocabulary Organizer, Interactive Word Wall,

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Addition Postulate If equal quantities are added to equal quantities, the sums are equal.

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CD DE-AD 5 5. Segment Addition Postulate 7. 7. Definition of Congruence - Given: Gla Prove: HIJ GH=KL Reasons O Gina Wilson (All Things Algebral, 2014 HISTORY . Oct 17, 2011 · Use the Segment Addition Postulate to solve the indicated distances. Draw the corresponding line segment with complete labels. Show your work. 1) If Q is between S and T, and. a) SQ = 7x, QT = 10, ST = 2x + 30, find x, SQ, and ST. b) SQ = 2x – 3, ST = 50, QT = 35 – x, find x, SQ and QT. c) ST = 21, SQ = 3y + 1, QT = 2y, find y, SQ and QT. Use the Segment Addition Postulate to solve the indicated distances.