Loci and Analtyic Geometry

Unit 9: Analytic Geometry
Lesson 3 of 7

Objective: SWBAT derive equations of circles, perpendicular bisectors, and parabolas given their locus definitions

Big Idea: Which came first, the algebra or the geometry? After this lesson, students will interplay between these two branches of mathematics.

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