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I Can Determine The Height Of A Rocket!

Maybe your class wouldn't be taking a field trip to a rocket launching site, but the ideas presented here could be used for a new by clock tower, tree, or telephone pole. Learners use trigonometric ratios to determine the heights of tall structures. They convert their calculations for standard to metric units using an Internet site.

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CCSS: Designed
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Grade
9th - 12th
Subjects
Math
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Resource Type
Lesson Plans
Instructional Strategy
Modeling
Technology
Presentation
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