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The Pythagorean Theorem has never sounded this cool! Use this music video to get this equation stuck in your students' head. Then use the numerous onscreen examples to test your students on their understanding of how to use this formula.
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Are you having trouble figuring out how best to explain the way to complete a truth table? This is a useful and instructive video that shows you step-by-step how to complete two truth tables containing negations, conjunctions, and disjunctions. One example is built from two statements and the other

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"Holla SAS or SSS. It don't matter how you do it, prove they are congruent." All those theorems about triangle congruence can be tricky to remember, but this song will help students with recall of those theorems. On screen examples are used with catchy song lyrics to help students master triangle co

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This video lesson is perfect for sub plans, class activities, math centers, remedial help, or flipping your class. In this video lesson, your students will study the relationships between the graphs and equations of perpendicular and parallel lines. In particular, your students will be able to... *

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This video lesson is perfect for sub plans, class activities, math centers, remedial help, or flipping your class. This lesson teaches how to use equations to find the various parts of a circle. In particular, your students will learn... * The definition of a circle * The terms radius, chord, diamet

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Similarity and Congruency are two main concepts when it comes to triangles. In order to identify the main differences between these two concepts one needs to understand various criteria.
This session covers following criteria:
1. Criteria based on Angles
2. Criteria based on Sides
3. RHS

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Triangles have never been this cool! Use this song to review all the key vocabulary terms students need to know when studying triangles, such as acute, obtuse, right, isosceles, equilateral, and scalene.
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This video lesson is perfect for sub plans, class activities, math centers, remedial help, or flipping your class. This video lesson will teach your students how to find the slope of a line. In particular, your students will be able to... * Identify slope as the ratio of the vertical change to the h

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The Pythagoras Theorem says that, for any right angled triangle, the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of remaining two sides.
Out of all the different way of proving it, we will learn it by using the concept of similar triangles

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A Triangle is a two dimensional shape that has three sides and three angles. They hold a very important place in geometry as their property is used in many different scenarios. What if we're given a triangle and we're asked to form another triangle with similar attributes.
So this session will hel

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This video explains the relation between Areas & Corresponding sides of similar triangles with the help of basic properties of triangle.
Session Covers :
- Areas of Similar Triangles
- Types of Similar Triangles
- Scaling Effect

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This is a session dedicated to three dimensional shapes namely 'CONE' & 'FRUSTUM'. It's designed to explain the concept of 'surface area' and 'volume' for both of these shapes using real life examples.
Following are the subtopics covered here:
1. Understanding Cone & Frustum
2. Surface area

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This catchy song will bring concepts relating to lines to life for your students. Definitions and examples are provided for many key terms, such as point, line, ray, parallel, and intersect.
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In this video covers proof of following theorems:
1) Sum of measure of the angles of triangle is 180 degree.
2) Remote interior angle theorem

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This is an activity video to find ratios of areas of similar triangle.

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learn everything about fractions by taking this crossword puzzle on fractions. have a great time solving it.

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Can you solve this mensuration problems? Did you guys know that surface areas and volumes is also known as mensuration?
take this quiz to test you knowledge.
This is a Quiz video based on different shapes and combination of shapes to refresh our knowledge and understanding on the topic. Watch this

This video is a step by step lesson for both teachers and students. Teachers can show this video to their students as a lecture, or use if for their own lesson. Students are presented with a question or task, then they are asked to solve the question or complete the task. The video offers a voice ov

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This video is a step by step lesson for both teachers and students. Teachers can show this video to their students as a lecture, or use if for their own lesson. Students are presented with a question or task, then they are asked to solve the question or complete the task. The video offers a voice ov

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This video is a step by step lesson for both teachers and students. Teachers can show this video to their students as a lecture, or use if for their own lesson. Students are presented with a question or task, then they are asked to solve the question or complete the task. The video offers a voice ov

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This 3.5 minute video uses the formula for the area of a circle to explain why it’s always best to buy a larger pizza. This is NEED TO KNOW information!
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Enjoy!
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Your lesson is going along great… Your class seems to be tracking with you until you decide to ask a question that actually makes them think.
“Why do you think a negative times a negative equals a positive?”
Crickets.
Then – joy of joys – a hand!
“Yes, Carl?”
“Um, could you repeat the question?

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Please, please, please say -9.
You’re holding your breath in nervous anticipation. Algebra is not Eric’s forte, but he’s been making steady progress, and you’re hoping against hope that he’s finally figuring out how to multiply integers.
This was a fairly easy problem, one you think Eric probably

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This is a short video, about 2.5 minutes on using colored pencils to write proofs in a geometry class.
Posted: 1/6/17

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