Day 81 - CW - inscribed figures - 2014 - 01.09.docx - Section 3: Class Work

Day 81 - CW - inscribed figures - 2014 - 01.09.docx
Day 81 - CW - inscribed figures - 2014 - 01.09.docx

Inscribed Figures (w/ Circles)

Unit 4: Multi-step Equations, Inequalities, and Factoring
Lesson 19 of 20

Big Idea: students work in groups and independently to apply area formulas to solve inscribed figures problems

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Yazmin Chavira MTP

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