# Corner Drills

## Worksheet Description

This worksheet focuses on applying the angle addition postulate to solve for unknown segment lengths in collinear points. Students are given various problems where points A, 𝐵, and C are collinear, with point B between A and C. They must use the given algebraic expressions to find specific segment lengths. By solving these problems, students practice combining their knowledge of algebra and geometry to understand segment relationships and the concept of collinearity.

The primary math skill this worksheet aims to teach is the integration of algebraic equations with geometric concepts. Students solve for unknown lengths by setting up and solving equations based on the given expressions and the angle addition postulate. This activity enhances their problem-solving abilities and strengthens their understanding of geometric relationships and algebraic manipulation. By completing these tasks, students improve their analytical thinking and gain confidence in working with both algebra and geometry, preparing them for more advanced mathematical concepts.