Triangle Inequality Theorem--A foldable and journaling for students to explain when side lengths make a triangle.

Triangle Inequality Theorem Notes

Triangle Inequality Theorem--A foldable and journaling for students to explain when side lengths make a triangle.

notes, practice, and 25 task cards for your high school geometry class Introduces relationship between sides and angles, triangle inequality, pythagorean theorem and pythagorean inequality.  Happy solving! from the miss jude math TPT shop

Triangle properties notes & task cards

notes, practice, and 25 task cards for your high school geometry class Introduces relationship between sides and angles, triangle inequality, pythagorean theorem and pythagorean inequality. from the miss jude math TPT shop

misscalcul8: Triangle Inequality Skewers

misscalcul8: Triangle Inequality Skewers

Triangle Inequality Theorem (V1): Students can use this interactive applet to intuitively and informally discover this theorem.

Triangle Inequality Theorem Students can use this interactive applet to intuitively and informally discover this theorem.

misscalcul8: Geometry Unit 4: Triangles Interactive Notebook

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In this teacher led discovery lab students will discover the conditions for triangles given side lengths and angle types.  Using this inquiry-based, hands-on introduction activity gets students a deeper conceptual understanding and sets the stage for a great unit. Perfect for 7th graders learning about the properties of triangles and the triangle inequality theorem.

Triangle Inequality Theorem Discovery Activity 7.G.A.2

In this teacher led discovery lab students will discover the conditions for triangles given side lengths and angle types. This is a hands-on introduction activity for graders learning about the properties of triangles and the triangle inequality theorem.

In this activity, students will apply knowledge of the triangle inequality theorem to determine if the three sides given can form a triangle--as they color!  Students will color problem numbers on the mandala with 2 opposing colors of their choice--a dark color if the sides given can form a triangle, and a light color if the sides given cannot form a triangle.

Triangle Inequality Theorem Color by Number

In this activity, students will apply knowledge of the triangle inequality theorem to determine if the three sides given can form a triangle--as they color! Students will color problem numbers on the mandala with 2 opposing colors of their choice--a dark color if the sides given can form a triangle, and a light color if the sides given cannot form a triangle.

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