Middle School (6-8)
Uses the intersection of two-dimensional figures (e.g., lines, triangles, squares) to derive geometric definitions such as parallel, perpendicular, Pythagorean theorem, and midpoint.
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Geometry to the Rescue: A Story in Pictures
How Now, Pythagoras?
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Square Roots Using a Carpenter's Square
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