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ARE THE FOLLOWING RELATIONSHIPS PROPORTIONAL OR NONPROPORTIONAL. SHOW YOUR WORK. WRITE YES OR NO. 1. 2. 3. 4. Bell Ringer – I will not answer questions Announcements Test over Chapter 6 > WEDNESDAY, March 5 3rd 9 Weeks Test > TUESDAY, March 10 Let’s take a look at the calendar for March Section 6.9 Indirect Measurement R drive > Key > March 2_6 > 3_2__6.9 Indirect Measurement File > Save As > P drive > Math > March 2_6 > 3_2__6.9 Indirect Measurement Vocabulary Indirect Measurement – Allows you to use the properties of similar triangles to find measurements that are difficult to measure directly Shadow Reckoning – Finding missing measurements using two objects and their shadows Example 1 Use Shadow Reckoning Example 2 Use Shadow Reckoning Example 3 – Your Turn Use Shadow Reckoning Suppose the San Jacinto Monument in La Porte, Texas, casts a shadow of 285 feet. At the same time, a nearby tourist, who is 5 feet tall, casts a 2.5-foot shadow. How tall is the San Jacinto Monument? Example 4 Find Missing Measures Example 5 Find Missing Measures Example 6 – Your Turn Find Missing Measures Class Work Section 6.9 # 1 - 5 Class Work Section 6.9 #1 - 5 Class Work Section 6.9 #1 - 5 Homework Complete the Study Guide!