Students plot given points on a graph to create a polygon outline of a proposed pool fence. Using the Pythagorean theorem, students determine the amount of fencing needed for the perimeter. Just like in the real-world, students then calculate price quotes from two different companies, and decide which company to use for the fencing project. This project can be done as a worksheet, or digitally. Text boxes have been placed in areas in which students need to type their answers. Points are located in the margin of the graph paper slide for students to move to plot points.