Algebra 1 and Geometry - Distance Formula and Midpoint Formula Foldable Notes
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This is a foldable designed for interactive math notebooks.
It walks students through the main formulas and a guided example of how to simplify the values each step of the way.
The distance and midpoints are calculated.
A connection can then be made from the distance formula to the Pythagoren theorem, by creating a right triangle as shown in the answer key.
Inside of the foldable, students are to calculate the distance of each side of triangle ABC. After all 3 sides are calculated, they are to use the Pythagorean Theorem to prove whether the 3 sides create a right triangle.
There is also space to calculate the midpoints of each side, and label them directly on the graph.
Answer key is included.