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Natalie Manosar

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Distance using Pythagorean Theorem

Click the link to complete the Edpuzzle. 1) On slide 1, use the tool to find the distance between the two given points. :Caption: to explain how you can use the gridlines on a coordinate plane to calculate the distance between two points. 2) On slide 2, use the and/or tools to show your calculations and find the distance between the two given points. *Be careful to account for the scale factor. Each box represents 100 ft. 3) On slide 3, use the tool to create a zipline course between 120 and 830 ft. long. Use the tool to label the length of each section of your zipline course. Describe how you calculated the length of each section of your course. 4) On slide 4, use the and tool to find the distance of both Cheryl's zipline and Dean's zipline. Compare the length of each line. Is Cheryl right with her conjecture? Is her line longer than Dean's? How do you know?

9th Grade, 10th Grade, 8th Grade, Math
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