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MAT 315 Comparison

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kimberly mathers

on 27 April 2010

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Transcript of MAT 315 Comparison

Kimberly Mathers
MAT 315 Sec. 01
Comparisons
4/26/10 Page 6-7
Focus In High School Mathematics:
Reasoning and Sense Making Incorporates the Pythagorean Theorem

Just like it is also used in the Shortest Distance
and Catch Me If You Can problem. Shows how the shortest path between two places
is the straightest line between the two destinations.

Similar to the Swimming Challenge and the
Shortest Distance. The grid and the paths between the two places is
similar to the Tom and Gina problem. Nine Dots:
Presentation Handout from MAT 202
Similar to the Fun Park. Incorporates Problem Solving. One obvious or big difference
is that on this one the lines don't
necessarily stop at the points.
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