Reflection: High Expectations Geometric Figures Review - Section 3: Summary


Do we have to memorize the one, none or many rules?  YES.  Come on, we all know what is coming down the path for these kids, a little SAS, SSS, ASA? I taught Geometry, I get it.  Though the kids do not understand the importance of the criteria for forming one, none, or many triangles now - they will come Geometry time, and won't they thank me then?  (probably not)  

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Geometric Figures Review

Unit 7: Geometric Figures
Lesson 13 of 14

Objective: Students will be able to apply what they know about triangles, angles, and equations to solve problems.

Big Idea: Review! This interactive competitive review allows students to practice for their test!

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Math, Geometry, geometric figures
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