Instructional Strategy - How do table challenges work? - Section 3: Summarize

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Working Backwards with Formulas - How do I undo a formula?

Unit 8: Geometric Measurement
Lesson 4 of 18

Objective: Students will be able to determine unknown dimensions when given the area or circumference of a known figure.

Big Idea: It’s more fun to go in reverse, just ask Mater! This lesson requires students to manipulate formulas to solve for unknown values.

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