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Students will be able to identify givens that are necessary for completing a given quadrilateral proof.
Students will be able to connect reasons columns to corresponding statement columns to complete a two-column proof.
Students use the different things they learned about slope and distance to create a coordinate proof of a square.
From the Illustrative Mathematics website, "The purpose of this task is to use the Pythagorean Theorem to establish the fundamental trigonometric identity sin²Θ¸+cos²Θ¸=1 for an acute angle Θ¸. The reasoning behind this identity is then applied to calculate cosΘ¸ for a given obtuse angle. In order to successfully complete part (c) students must be familiar with the definitions of trigonometric functions for arbitrary angles using the unit circle."