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Pythagorean Theorem Maze from Amazing Mathematics on TeachersNotebook.com - (2 pages) - This self-checking maze has 11 problems involving the Pythagorean Theorem.

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The Pythagorean Theorem can be used in Geometry to solve many word problems.

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Applying the Pythagorean Theorem- In this video, learn how using the Pythagorean theorem can help people solve real-world problems involving distances. In the accompanying classroom activity, students develop their problem-solving, spatial reasoning, and geometry skills by putting the Pythagorean theorem to use.

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Pythagorean Theorem Coloring By NumberStudents will solve 15 problems involving Pythagorean Theorem. Problems include finding a missing leg or hypotenuse, converse, distance between two points and word problems. When they get their answer they will look at the bottom of the box.

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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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PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM Word Problems - Error Analysis (Find the Error) Have your students apply their understanding of PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM with these ERROR ANALYSIS activities. Perfect for math stations, math homework, math assessments. Topics: ✔ Find the Length of the Legs / Hypotenuse of a Right Triangle ✔ Converse of the Pythagorean Theorem Middle School Math 8th Grade Geometry Common Core 8G7, 8EE2

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Pythagorean theorem. Great "do-now" activity

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FREE: In this activity, students solve different problems with equivalent answers, then work together to compare answers. (NOTE - answers are the same when they're rounded to the nearest tenth).Once solved, students partner up and compare answers and methods of solving the problems.

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Your students will love practicing the Pythagorean Theorem with this hands-on activity by Math Dyal. The puzzle has 18 problems where students must solve for the missing side. This activity will encourage mathematical discourse as students self-check their answers as they create the puzzle.

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