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Day 2 pythagorean theorem

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• 1. AIM: Pythagorean Theorem Do Now What is the radius of a circle if the area is 50 square centimeters? Round your answer to the nearest centimeter. (A = &#x3C0;r2) 1
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• 3. Math Fun Night March 21 at 6:30Smithtown High School East Math-A-Thon Please Bring in Donations when you have them 3
• 4. Pythagorean Theorem ProofProofs of the Pythagorean Theorem 4
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• 6. Anticipatory Set: Below is a rectangle that is 24 centimeters long and 10 centimeters wide. How can we find the length of the diagonal?10 cm 24 cm 6
• 7. Leg: Hypotenuse:Pythagorean Theorem 7
• 8. The sum of the squares Leg:of the legs of a righttriangle is equal to thesquare of the Hypotenuse:hypotenuse Pythagorean Theorem 8
• 9. The sum of the squares Hypotenuse: The side oppositeof the legs of a right the right angletriangle is equal to the Leg: The sides of a rightsquare of the triangle that include the righthypotenuse angle Pythagorean Theorem 9
• 10. The sum of the squares Hypotenuse: The side oppositeof the legs of a right the right angletriangle is equal to the Leg: The sides of a rightsquare of the triangle that include the righthypotenuse angle Pythagorean Theorem c a a 2 + b2 = c 2 b 10
• 11. Pythagorean Theorem Solve each problem individually. Round your final answer to the nearest hundredth and include units with that final answer.9 in 12 in 11
• 12. 1 &#xA0; Pythagorean Theorem Solve each problem individually. Round your final answer to the nearest hundredth and include units with that final answer. a2 + b 2 = c29 in 12 in 12
• 13. Pythagorean TheoremSolve each problem individually. Round your final answer to thenearest hundredth and include units with that final answer. 17 cm 15 cm 13
• 14. 2 &#xA0; Pythagorean TheoremSolve each problem individually. Round your final answer to thenearest hundredth and include units with that final answer. a 2 + b 2 = c2 17cm 15 cm 14
• 15. Pythagorean TheoremSolve each problem individually. Round your final answer to thenearest hundredth and include units with that final answer. 5m8m 15
• 16. 3 &#xA0; Pythagorean TheoremSolve each problem individually. Round your final answer to thenearest hundredth and include units with that final answer. 5m a2 + b2 = c28m 16
• 17. Pythagorean TheoremSolve each problem individually. Round your final answer to thenearest hundredth and include units with that final answer. 23 m7m 17
• 18. 4 &#xA0; Pythagorean Theorem Solve each problem individually. Round your final answer to the nearest hundredth and include units with that final answer. a2 + b 2 = c2 23 m7m 18
• 19. 5 &#xA0; A checkerboard is 10 inches long on each side. What is the length of the diagonal from one corner to another? (Draw a diagram to help solve the problem) 19
• 20. Before You LeaveWhy does this proof not work? 20
• 21. Mr. Tjerslands Math 7Homework: Pages 452-453 #1, 2, 4, 5, 9, 10, 27 21