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#### EngageNY Geometry Module 3: Extending to Three Dimensions

Building on the understanding of congruence studied in Module 1 and on similarity studied in Module 2, the 14 lessons in the Module 3 collection focus on developing a bridge from geometric measurement in two dimensions to understanding...

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#### Designing Euclid’s Playground

Create a geometric playground. Pupils work through a performance task to demonstrate their ability to use geometric concepts to solve everyday problems. The accompanying engineering design lessons show teachers how the assessment works...

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#### School Bus Routes

Plan the way to school. Given a map of a school district, class members portray a transportation consultant hired to develop a bus transportation plan that will pick up the eligible riders and get them to school. The plan must contain...

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#### Density

A short video introduces the triangle that illustrates how to find any value given the other two in the density formula. Class members use the triangle to work several problems to find the mass, volume, or density of an object.

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#### Pressure

Do not let the pressure get to you. After watching a video on calculating values using the pressure formula, pupils work problems on two worksheets. The problems range from finding the pressure, the force, or the area given the other two...

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#### Functional Maths Questions

Dang, it's a word problem! Pupils address a variety of word problems that involve knowledge of proportions and geometric topics. The General Certificate of Secondary Education review problems require determining costs based on area...

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#### Module 7: Modeling with Geometry

Model good modeling practices. Young mathematicians first learn about cross sections and solids of revolution. They then turn their attention to special right triangles and to the Laws of Sine and Cosine.

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#### Center of Population

Let the resource take center stage in a lesson on population density. Scholars use provided historical data on the center of the US population to see how it shifted over time. They plot the data on a spreadsheet to look the speed of its...

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#### Abundant Aluminium

That would make a lot of cans! Learners analyze a photo of a truckload of aluminum to determine its value. The provided information includes the weight of a smaller block and the dimensions of the larger block. It's up to your pupils to...

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#### Apple Mothership

Explore Apple's spaceship office building. Built in the shape of a circle, the office building offers a unique floor plan challenge. Young scholars use the dimensions of the building to estimate the square footage for each employee.

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#### Hot Coffee

Your classes will be wide awake during a piping hot lesson! Introduce the resource with a video of the world-record-breaking cup of coffee. Learners work to determine the volume of the cup of coffee to predict if it will break the record.

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#### Population of Utah

Utah is a large state, but what about it's population density? Pupils use a diagram of the state of Utah to estimate its area. Using the calculated area and the given population density, learners determine an estimate for the population...

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#### Mudslide

Just how much mud is that? Presented with a scenario of a mudslide covering a road, pupils must use mathematical modeling. Scholars estimate the volume of the amount of mud and then determine the mass of the mud covering the road.

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#### All About Linear Programming

Class members connect engineering with an understanding of linear programming using a technical resource. Scholars learn about linear programming (linear optimization) and how it applies to engineering design in the first of two modules....

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#### Optimizing Pencils in a Tray

What do you call a story about a broken pencil? Pointless. Scholars may not be telling stories when using the resource, but they are solving optimization problems involving the maximum number of pencils that can fit on a tray. They...

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#### Modeling Motion: Rolling Cups

Connect the size of a rolling cup to the size of circle it makes. Pupils view videos of cups of different sizes rolling in a circle. Using the videos and additional data, they attempt to determine a relationship between cup measurements...

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#### Module 5: Modeling with Geometry

Solids come in many shapes and sizes. Using geometry, scholars create two-dimensional cross-sections of various three-dimensional objects. They develop the lesson further by finding the volume of solids. The module then shifts to finding...

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#### Task: Storage Sheds

Bridge the gap between mathematics and Career Technical Education. Pupils research the cost associated with building storage sheds and analyze possible profit. They build scale models and determine if building and selling the sheds is a...

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#### End-of-Module Assessment Task - Geometry (module 3)

It's test time! Determine your class's understanding of the topics of volume and cross sections with a thorough assessment on volume, area, and geometric shapes.

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#### The Volume Formula of a Pyramid and Cone

Our teacher told us the formula had one-third, but why? Using manipulatives, classmates try to explain the volume formula for a pyramid. After constructing a cube with six congruent pyramids, pupils use scaling principles from previous...

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#### Scaling Principle for Volumes

Review the principles of scaling areas and draws a comparison to scaling volumes with a third dimensional measurement. The exercises continue with what happens to the volume if the dimensions are not multiplied by the same constant.

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#### Three-Dimensional Space

How do 2-D properties relate in 3-D? Lead the class in a discussion on how to draw and see relationships of lines and planes in three dimensions. The ability to see these relationships is critical to the further study of volume and other...

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#### Sphere Dressing

Geometric design makes a fashion statement! Challenge learners to design a hat to fit a Styrofoam model. Specifications are clear and pupils use concepts related to three-dimensional objects including volume of irregular shapes and...

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#### How Do 3D Printers Work?

If we stack up all the cross sections of a figure, does it create the figure? Pupils make the connection between the complete set of cross sections and the solid. They then view videos in order to see how 3D printers use Cavalerie's...