The isosceles triangle comes with its own set of properties. A lecturer shows how to apply the Isosceles Triangle Theorem to find missing side lengths or angle measures. The final example involves both square roots and quadratic equations.
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- Have learners record all postulates, theorems, and definitions in a graphic organizer with examples
- Create a set of practice problems to match the instruction in the video
- If assigning the video, ensure pupils have access to the Internet
- The final installment in the 40-part geometry series
- Instructor demonstrates different level of examples to allow for differentiation
- Work on the last example is difficult to follow on the screen