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Pythagorean Theorem Practice {using an amusement park map}

Pythagorean Theorem Practice {using an amusement park map}
Pythagorean Theorem Practice {using an amusement park map}
Pythagorean Theorem Practice {using an amusement park map}
Pythagorean Theorem Practice {using an amusement park map}
Pythagorean Theorem Practice {using an amusement park map}
Pythagorean Theorem Practice {using an amusement park map}
Pythagorean Theorem Practice {using an amusement park map}
Pythagorean Theorem Practice {using an amusement park map}
Product Description
Students will have a great time using an amusement park map to determine the shortest distances between two locations. Students have the opportunity to explain how to use the Pythagorean Theorem to calculate the shortest distance in writing. The last problem features a "create your own problem," in which students are able to add an attraction to the map, then calculate the distance. Seven problems are included in the practice, along with the answer key. This would be great as a quick review, test prep, or sub day!

I hope you and your students enjoy :)
Kendra Passarelli
Visit my blog at: This Little Ladybug
ThisLittleLadybug@gmail.com

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2 pages
Answer Key
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