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In this activity, students will apply knowledge of the triangle inequality theorem to determine if the three sides given can form a triangle--as they color! Students will color problem numbers on the mandala with 2 opposing colors of their choice--a dark color if the sides given can form a triangle

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Also included in: Geometry Skills Color By Number Bundle 1: 10 Essential Skills

Triangle Inequality Theorem - Discovering Properties of Triangle Side Lengths:
Start out the lesson by saying “Ok, we are working with triangles, so before we start today, I need everyone to quickly move the desks to be arranged in one big triangle. Then we can begin. Please start with 16 (or an

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This is a maze consisting of 14 Inequalities in One Triangle problems in which students are given 2 sides of a triangle and must use the Triangle Inequality Theorem to find the range of value for the third side of the triangle.
Please view the preview for a picture of the completed maze to determin

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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class! Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units and will focus more on skill building than application. Every day can't be a project day, so Whod

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Also included in: Whodunnit? -- ALL OF THEM -- Grades (9-12) - 90+ Activities - Math Curriculum

Students will explore the triangle inequality theorem by trying to create their own triangles with various side lengths. Students will cut out strips of paper to represent the side lengths of the triangles, then will put a given three together to test and see if a triangle can be formed. Students

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This set of Mini Task Cards is better than a worksheet for practicing conditions that make triangles. It is an engaging practice activity for the triangle inequality theorem that supports CCSS 7.G.A.2 .
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-18 Mini Task Cards
-Answer Key
-10 Low Prep Engaging Ways to Use Task

Also included in: Triangle Inequality Theorem Activity Bundle 7.G.A.2

This card sort activity requires students to use the Triangle Inequality Theorem, Converse of the Pythagorean Theorem, and Pythagorean Inequality Theorems to classify triangles as Acute, Obtuse, Right, or Not a Triangle when given 3 side lengths.How It WorksStudents will cut out the 20 boxes and the

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Also included in: Right Triangles & Trigonometry Activity Bundle

Bring to life the traditional practice class or homework assignment with some global competency and diversity! While your students practice the triangle inequality theorem, they can learn about the life of one of the world's greatest coaches, Pat Summitt!Person Puzzles are designed to highlight indi

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Also included in: Person Puzzles - GEOMETRY CURRICULUM BUNDLE - 55+ Worksheets

This ready to use product is a quick, fun way to have your students practice the Triangle Inequality Theorem. Students will be given three side lengths and will need to classify them as creating a triangle or not creating a triangle. Instead of writing their answers, students will color them! You ca

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Also included in: 7th Grade Math Quick Color Bundle

This is a packet which includes an activity that can be used to help students discover the triangle inequality theorem.
What could be more fun - a math activity that includes eating licorice??
I have also included a brief worksheet with 6 problems that can be used to see if students understand the

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Also included in: Geometry Items Bundle-Part One (congruent triangles, quadrilaterals, parallel)

Students will use the triangle inequality theorem to determine the range of possible numbers for the third side of a triangle, given the first two sides. The answers will be used to decode a riddle.
*** This item is also available in the "Relationships Within Triangles VALUE PACK" ***

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This activity contains a set of 12 task cards about The Triangle Inequality Theorem. An answer sheet is also included for students to show their work. Each card gives three side lengths and students will have to determine whether or not the listed lengths can form a triangle. The task cards can be

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Students will use the triangle inequality theorem to determine the range of possible measures for the third side of a triangle, given the first two sides. The answers will be used to decode a riddle.
*** This item is also available in the "Relationships Within Triangles VALUE PACK" ***

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This is a coloring activity for a set of 12 problems. Problems 1 - 6 are list the angles in order from least to greatest and problems 7 - 12 are on ordering the sides from least to greatest. Students need to apply triangle sum theorem to find the missing angle first for problems 7 - 12.Posted: 1

This includes 2 mazes. Maze A is on ordering the angles from least to greatest and Maze B is on ordering the sides from shortest to longest. There are 2 designs to choose from. Both are shown in the preview.There is also a coloring activity on this topic.Posted: 1/22/17 so 50% off through 1/25/

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Students enjoy this hands-on exploration, as they get to cut out the strips they need for the activity and play around with them to see what combinations of side lengths would make a triangle. Students can determine the Triangle Inequality Theorem on their own with the support of the strategic ques

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Instead of giving my students a long lecture about the triangle inequality (the longest side is opposite the largest angle, the smallest side is opposite the smallest angle, and so forth), I just give them a "mini-lesson" about it and set them to work in cooperative groups.
To classify triangles as

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"The mission of Common Core Math Solutions is to create engaging, highly effective resources for the math classroom"
In this lesson students understand and apply the triangle inequality theorem.
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A triangle has two sides of lengths 16 and 20. What is the smallest possible whole-

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About this resource:Looking for a fun or new way to deliver notes? Then, doodle guides are for you! These guides encourage creativity while delivering new concepts. Doodle guides keep students engaged and makes note-taking more fun!This doodle guide teaches the concept of The Triangle Inequality.Als

A play on the Adventure books of your childhood, an Adventure assignment allows students choice of which problems they practice. After each problem they receive a clue about the mystery country they are exploring. By the end, hopefully they will have enough pieces of the puzzle to guess where in the

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Also included in: Adventure Math -- GEOMETRY CURRICULUM BUNDLE -- 21+ Activities!

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