## Parallel Lines problem.pdf - Section 3: Closure

Parallel Lines problem.pdf
Parallel Lines problem.pdf

# Prove It (Part 1)

Unit 9: Similar and Right Triangles
Lesson 2 of 8

## Big Idea: Students work on proving hypotheses – and end up proving the Pythagorean Theorem.

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Math, similar triangles, Geometry, Similarity and Congruence, triangle (Determining Measurements), proving hypotheses, right triangle, proof, altitude to the hypotenuse, hypothesis, 10th grade
45 minutes

### Beth Menzie

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