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square roots spiral. I have done this as an end of the year project for Pythagorean theorem and square roots

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Pythagorean Theorem bulletin board, love this idea but can't find the original source. If it's yours, please comment!

I SWEAR, I said this to Jarad the other night. He is smarter though, so he said you needed to know so you could apply it in the higher levels of math.

This project introduces students to a real world problem using the pythagorean theorem. Students are asked to find the perimeter of their large ya.

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The distance formula in rectangular (Cartesian) coordinates is the Pythagorean Theorem in disguise. Students like this explanation.

Math centers that have students working on practice problems and word problems involving Pythagorean Theorem.

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Students move around the room, solving problems using the Pythagorean Theorem. Each answer leads them to the next problem.

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