This is a digital version of my Segment Lengths in Circles Pyramid Sum Puzzle compatible with Google Slides™.
Students will practice solving problems with segment lengths in circles with this digital pyramid sum puzzle designed for Google Slides™. This includes secants and chords that intersect on the inside of the circle, secants and chords that intersect on the outside of the circle, and secant and tangent that intersect on the outside of the circle. Some examples require that students solve a quadratic equation. Students solve the problems, then build the pyramid so that each solution is the sum of the two solutions directly above it.
This purchase includes a document with directions on how to download this activity to your Google drive. You and your students must have a free Google account in order to access this activity. Once you download the activity to your Google drive, you can share it with your students. Students can share their completed puzzle back with you to review. The box letters make it easy for students to organize their work AND make it easier to grade!
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