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The Defining Pi Project, Day 6

Unit 6: Trigonometry: Circles
Lesson 10 of 17

Objective: SWBAT write algebraic expressions and Excel formulas that help them make more efficient and precise calculations in the Defining Pi Project.

Big Idea: When we reason abstractly about the calculations we’ve been making, we can make use of a tool that helps us tend to precision.

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Math, Inscribed polygons, Trigonometry, Precalculus and Calculus, formulas, generalizations, excel, pi, Wordpress, 12th Grade
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