Check for Understanding - Section 3: A Check for Understanding

Check for Understanding
Check for Understanding

More Practice with Coordinate Geometry

Unit 2: Coordinate Geometry
Lesson 3 of 4

Big Idea: Students put their coordinate geometry knowledge to work, investigating characteristics of geometric figures and proving hypotheses.

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Math, Geometry, midpoint, areas, coordinate geometry, distance formula, midpoint formula, coordinate systems (Geom Modeling), parallel, perpendicular, radius, perimeter, length, slopes, Diameter
90 minutes

Beth Menzie

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