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Geometry Unit 2: Lesson 2-1 The Need for Definitions

Geometry Unit 2: Lesson 2-1 The Need for Definitions

Author: Stephanie Ewald
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Learning Targets:

I can distinguish between convex and nonconvex figures.

I can apply the need for good definitions to real situations.

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Tutorial

Lesson 2-1 The Need for Definitions Notes (3:13)

Source: UCSMP Geometry Textbook

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Lesson 2-1 Convex and Nonconvex Example (2:45)

Source: Larson, Ron, Laurie Boswell, and LLC Learning. Big Ideas Math: A Focal Points Curriculum. Erie, PA: Big Ideas Learning, 2010. Print. AND Benson, John. "The Language and Logic of Geometry." Geometry. 3rd ed. Chicago, IL: Wright Group/McGraw-Hill, 2009. Print.

Lesson 2-1 Activity 2 (3:10)

Source: Benson, John. Geometry. 3rd ed. Chicago, IL: Wright Group/McGraw-Hill, 2009. Print.

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