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Angle Diagrams and Angle Theorems

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Angle Diagrams and Angle Theorems

Students will be able to connect angle diagrams to proofs of angle theorems that use those diagrams. 

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Arc Length or Sector Area?

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Arc Length or Sector Area?

Connect what students know about area and circumference of circles to match to diagrams representing sector areas and arc lengths.

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Area Model and Factoring #1

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Area Model and Factoring #1

Use an area model representing a quadratic expression to connect factored and unfactored form of the same expression.

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Area Model and Factoring #2

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Area Model and Factoring #2

Use an area model representing a quadratic expression to connect factored and unfactored form of the same expression.

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Area Model and Unfactored Form

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Area Model and Unfactored Form

Connect area models to unfactored forms of quadratic expressions by looking for related chunks in each representation.

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Area model for algebraic multiplication

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Area model for algebraic multiplication

Use the structure of a binomial expansion to connect this to an area model for quadratic functions

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Area Models and Quadratic Expressions

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Area Models and Quadratic Expressions

Use the structure of a set of areas and a set of quadratic expressions to make connections between the expressions and the areas.

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Box and Whisker Plots and Histograms

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Box and Whisker Plots and Histograms

Use the visual structure of a box and whisker plot to connect it to a frequency distribution to build a better understanding of how a box and whisker plot represents a data distribution.

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Centroid, Circumcenter, Orthocenter

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Centroid, Circumcenter, Orthocenter

Visualize what constructions of the centroid, circumcenter, and orthocenter would look like based on descriptions of those constructions.

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Changing Rate

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Changing Rate

Use sentences that describe different ways the rate of change is changing to zoom in on features of a function.

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Circle Diagrams to Lengths of Segments

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Circle Diagrams to Lengths of Segments

Use visual representations of circle diagrams to justify that congruent segments have equal measure.

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Colorful Growing Sequences

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Colorful Growing Sequences

Use the structure of a set, including the color, of growing sequences to make matches to corresponding quadratic functions.