Solution Sets to Equations with Two Variables
Can an equation have an infinite number of solutions? Allow your class to discover the relationship between the input and output variables in a two-variable equation. Class members explore the concept through tables and graphs and...
9th - 10th Math CCSS: Designed
New Review Finding the Distance Between Two Points: Lesson
Point out an application of Pythagoras. The segment of an essential playlist on geometry provides a quick review of the Pythagorean Theorem. Using a right triangle to show the positions of two points, the presenter calculates the...
4 mins 7th - 10th Math CCSS: Adaptable
New Review Distance Between Parallel Lines: Lesson
Rely on slope when counting won't do. Using horizontal and vertical parallel lines, the presentation shows scholars how to find the distance by counting. The video uses the relationship of the slopes of perpendicular lines to find two...
4 mins 9th - 12th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Find the Distance Between Two Points in Different Quadrants
Finding distance between two points is finding their absolute value. Show your learners the relationship between these measures when one of the values is the same for both coordinates. Have them practice calculating the distance and...
5 mins 6th - 9th Math CCSS: Designed
Distance Between Two Points: Biking the Blocks
Distance estimates would be easy if the world were a grid. Scholars work to determine the distance between two structures using a coordinate plane. As an introduction, the lesson focuses on vertical and horizontal distances.
9th - 12th Math CCSS: Designed
Distance Between Two Points: Taxicab Distance
Apply geometry to find the distance as the crow flies. An engaging lesson compares the distance a car must drive to the straight line distance between two locations. Scholars must manipulate a simulation, note the change in distances,...
8th - 10th Math CCSS: Designed
How Do You Write an Equation of a Line in Point-Slope Form If You Have Two Points?
Given two points on a line, write an equation in point-slope form. But what's the slope? Oh, you have to figure out the slope first. That can be done given two points. Just use the rise over run slope formula. This isn't so hard after...
3 mins 8th - 10th Math