Use Inscribed Polygons to Approximate Pi Video Narrative.mp4 - Section 2: Investigation and New Learning

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Organizing Archimedes' Method

Unit 10: Circles
Lesson 7 of 10

Objective: SWBAT identify key measurements of polygons inscribed in circles and identify patterns in the data as the number of sides increases.

Big Idea: Give students a scaffold to help organize their calculations so that they can start to make generalizations and find shortcuts in this complicated process.

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