This card sort activity is the perfect way for High School geometry students to review the triangle inequality theorem and the Pythagorean theorem. This card sort activity requires students to use the Triangle Inequality Theorem, Converse of the Pythagorean Theorem, and Pythagorean Inequality Theorems to classify triangles as Acute, Obtuse, Right, or Not a Triangle when given 3 side lengths. This high school geometry activity is so much more fun than a regular free geometry worksheet.
How can you tell if three side lengths can form a triangle? This geometry lesson shows how to use the Triangle Inequality Theorem to determine if a triangle can be formed with three given side lengths.
Students use the Triangle Inequality Theorem which states that the sum of any two sides of a triangle must be greater than the third to find a path through the maze. Students can also challenge one another by creating their own maze and key. Also see http://systry.com/triangle-musings/
notes, practice, and 25 task cards for your high school geometry class Introduces relationship between sides and angles, triangle inequality, pythagorean theorem and pythagorean inequality. from the miss jude math TPT shop
Triangle Inequality Theorem Investigation!Geometry practice for grades 8-12.Promote student analytical thinking through an inductive approach to the triangle inequality theorem! Triangle Inequality Theorem Investigation is a great introduction to the triangle inequality theorem and can help in scaffolding this concept for students who need concrete, hands-on examples.
Triangle Inequality Theorem Mini Task Cards 7.G.A.2
This set of Mini Task Cards is better than a worksheet for practicing conditions that make triangles. It is an engaging practice activity for the triangle inequality theorem that supports CCSS . This resource includes: Mini Task Cards -Answer