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Webercise

Directions:
Each group was given a photograph and a theorem.

Analyze the photograph and using your critical thinking and the
computer, answer questions 1-6.

Then using the theorem


eorem given, answer questions 7-12.

Once everyone is done, your group will present the answers to the
class. Everyone from the group must present at least one answer.
Names: _______________________
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Scavenger Hunt

Part 1: Picture
Question Answer

1. What is this a picture of


(building, bridge, etc.)?
List given name of item
and type of item.

2. Who created this item?

3. What is this persons


most famous work?

4. Analyze the picture and


determine how many
triangles are in the item.

5. Using the theorems we


learned in the lecture,
analyze the image and
determine which angles
are likely congruent and
label them with numbers.
List the types of angles
that are congruent
(vertical, etc).

6. How many congruent


angles are in the picture?
Names: _______________________
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Part 2: Theorem
Question Answer

7. What is the name of the


theorem?

8. Who created this


theorem?

9. Where is the creator


originally from?

10. When did the creator


come up with this
theorem?

11. Use your resources and


find any other
mathematical advances
this person has
created/discovered and
list them here.

12. Discuss the advances you


have found and make a
group determination on
which one you believe is
the most important and
why.
Names: _______________________
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Extra Credit!

Did you watch the video? How many triangles are there?
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What is the equation?

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Use the following websites to help in your search:


http://www.storyofmathematics.com/

http://famous-mathematicians.org/

http://www.creativebloq.com/architecture/famous-buildings-around-world-10121105

https://www.ixl.com/math/geometry/identify-complementary-supplementary-vertical-adjacent-
and-congruent-angles

http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/mejhm/index.html?l=0&ID1=AB.MATH.JR.SHAP&ID2=A
B.MATH.JR.SHAP.ANG&lesson=html/video_interactives/angles/anglesInteractive.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EU3FlKj-3M