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Use Constructions to Show Slope Criteria for Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

Unit 5: Constructions
Lesson 6 of 11

Big Idea: By folding origami, students will review angle relationships and build a foundation for later work.

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Math, Geometry, modeling, Constructions, compass and straightedge
51 minutes

Jessica Uy

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