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Prove the diagonals are shorter than the perimeter. Given an isosceles trapezoid, pupils develop a proof relating the length of the diagonals to the perimeter. Individuals sketch a graph of the trapezoid to assist with their explanations.
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- Have groups discuss whether the condition holds for any quadrilateral
- The class should be familiar with writing proofs
- Scholars should have experience with the properties of triangles
- Contains sample work highlighting misconceptions
- Provides instructional suggestions for individuals that struggle