Classifying Triangles (By Angles, Given Sides) Mazes
Given three side lengths, students will practice classifying triangles as acute, obtuse, right, or not a triangle. Students use their solutions to navigate through the maze. There are many similar answers, however, there is only ONE way to navigate through the maze!
2 Versions Included:
Maze 1: Side lengths are all given in order from least to greatest. Integers only.
Maze 2: Side lengths are not all given in order from least to greatest. Integers and decimal side lengths.
This activity was created for high school geometry class and works very well in conjunction with my Geometry Right Triangles and Trigonometry Unit.
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