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#### Here's Looking at Euclid

Students explore the concept of GCD and LCM. For this GCD and LCM lesson, students determine the GCD and LCM of pairs of integers of two or fewer digits, three or more digits, and express a positive integer as a product of prime powers....

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#### How Many Ways Are There to Prove the Pythagorean Theorem?

There is more than one way to prove the Pythagorean Theorem. Euclid and Einstein found the same way to prove the Pythagorean Theorem. The video introduces several other ways to prove the theorem along with the history of its use.

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#### Designing Euclid’s Playground

Create a geometric playground. Pupils work through a performance task to demonstrate their ability to use geometric concepts to solve everyday problems. The accompanying engineering design lessons show teachers how the assessment works...

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#### Euclid’s Postulates

For this math worksheet, learners consider Euclid's postulates , which form some of the basic tenants of geometry. This thorough worksheet has eight problems for the students to solve and includes an answer sheet.

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#### Euclid Who? Postulate on the Sphere

Students investigate the sphere and the postulate of Euclid. In this geometry activity, students differentiate between euclidean geometry and non-euclidean geometry.

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#### Euclidean Geometry

Go back to where it all began! Investigate how axiomatic systems and Euclidean geometry are based on undefined terms, common notions, postulates, and propositions by examining passages from Euclid's Elements. (Social studies teachers...

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#### Thirteen Euclid's Postulates Problems

In this Euclid's Postulates worksheet, students examine the five postulates and then answer thirteen fill-in, matching, and problem solving problems. The solutions are provided.

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#### Euclid's Algorithm

In this math activity, students read about Euclid's Algorithm to find the greatest common divisor. Students use this algorithm to solve ten related questions.

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#### Euclidean Geometry

In this Euclidean geometry worksheet, students use a straight edge and a compass to create constructions that are possible with Euclid's Postulates. This one-page worksheet contains two construction problems.

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#### The Nouns of Geometry

Socratic questioning to teach Euclidean geometry? "The Nouns of Geometry," followed by "The Verbs of Geometry," and the misfit, "A Beginner's Story - The Equilateral Triangle" are designed to encourage learners to explore various topics...

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#### Is Math Discovered or Invented?

Did mankind invent mathematical concepts, or is math the native language of the universe itself? Discover the beliefs of famous philosophers such as Plato and Euclid with regard to the place of numbers in nature, and take a brief look at...

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#### Construct an Equilateral Triangle (part 1)

Drawing circles isn't the only thing compasses are good for. For this first installment of a 36-part series, high schoolers learn how to draw equilateral triangles by investigating real-world situations, such as finding the location of a...

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#### The Euclidean Algorithm as an Application of the Long Division Algorithm

Individuals learn to apply the Euclidean algorithm to find the greatest common factor of two numbers. Additionally, the lesson connects greatest common factor to the largest square that can be drawn in a rectangle.

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#### Basic Geometry Terms

Set your pupils up to start on geometry by teaching them some introductory terminology. Pupils learn the terms by reading a short passage and looking at examples. They then respond to five questions related to the text.

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#### The Centroid : Balancing the History

Young scholars discover the centroid of a triangle based on Euclid's constructions. They explore locus of points of a median. They understand properties of the segments that form the median and areas of the smaller sections formed by the...

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#### Geometry for the High School Classroom

What does it mean for apples to have chirality? This and other explorations in geometry, such as tiling the plane, boxing a tetrahedron, and investigating Euclid's Characteristic, are included in this resource on Euclidean geometry....

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#### Worksheet 26

In this math activity, learners use the polar coordinates to find the Euclidian coordinates. Then they compare points on the coordinate plane.

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#### It's Greek to Me

Students explore Euclid's method of finding the GCF of large numbers. In this algebra lesson, students investigate how Euclid's method works by using the integer divide function on the TI-73.

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#### Prime Numbers

Students differentiate between prime and composite numbers. For this algebra lesson, students define the terminology and investigate the contributions made by Eratosthenes and Euclid as it relates to prime numbers. Students apply the...

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#### Why Study Fractals?

Learners explore the concept of fractals. In this fractals lesson, students use the website to research where fractals occur in nature. Learners research what fractals are and how fractals are used to solve real world problems.

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#### Mathematicians and Scientists Treasure Hunt

In this Mathematicians and Scientists Treasure Hunt worksheet, students use the internet to research facts about a famous mathematician or scientists. Students read the fact on the worksheet and write the name of the famous individual...

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#### Circular Motion

Twelfth graders discuss centrifugal force, frictional force, and critical speed as it relates to the popular amusement park ride, the Gravitron.

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#### Percent and Applications: Circle Graph

Young scholars make, read and interpret circle graphs.

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#### End of the Year Geometry Projects

Geometry students will be ecstatic about these engaging and enlightening end-of-the-year projects! Types of project ideas include interviewing a geometer, an ABCs of geometry poster, an engineering lab report, and origami work.