What's My Line: Locus of Points

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Everybody loves a good movie and this activity allows you to talk film while you're learning math. Students will solve math problems in order to choose which words will complete a line from a movie. You can then have them try to guess the actor/actress that spoke the line and what movie it was from. This activity provides escape from the monotony of boring worksheets.

In this worksheet students will find the locus of points on a coordinate plane under various conditions and decide which specific points satisfy the conditions.

For more activities for the following subjects just click on the links below:

Algebra
Elementary Math
Geometry
Precalculus
Calculus

Also, try out more fun original activities at the links below:

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Emoji Math(One answer leads to another. Can you get the last one?)
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Problem Checker (Analyze student work. Is it correct?)
QR Math Pong (Bounce back and forth between correct answers)

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90 minutes
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