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    • Circles and Arches within Architecture

    • Using the Geometry and Measurement Standards, students will increase their knowledge of the properties of circles. Introductory: Students will use rulers to measure the diameter to find the area or circumference of the circle in the picture. ...
    • Minnesota K-12 Academic Standards in Mathematics (2007)
    • 9 - 12
    • Price Inflation

    • Using the 2007 Minnesota Algebra Standards, students should be able to use the information and prices given on the document and compare it to prices that we would use today. Students will have to do some research on other sites to find comparable...
    • Minnesota K-12 Academic Standards in Mathematics (2007)
    • 9 - 12
    • Eye Spy Geometry

    • Eye Spy Geometry is an engaging group observation and brainstorming activity. t supports the Geometry and Measurement strand of Minnesota 2nd grade mathematics strand. s you display each individual primary source photo using a video projector, ask...
    • Minnesota Academic Standards Mathematics K-12, 2007
    • 2
    • Surface Area and Volume

    • Using the Geometry and Measurement Standards, students will increase their knowledge of surface area and volume. Introductory: Students will use rulers to measure the lengths and widths of buildings in the picture to find the surface area and the...
    • Minnesota K-12 Academic Standards in Mathematics (2007)
    • 9 - 12
    • Symmetry and Transformations

    • Using the Geometry and Measurement Standards, students will increase their knowledge of symmetry and transformations. Students need to be able to identify the main types of transformations including translation, rotation, reflection, and dilation....
    • Minnesota K-12 Academic Standards in Mathematics (2007)
    • 9 - 12
    • Graphing and Calculating Population Changes

    • This guide provides mainly census data that may be used by students to calculate the percent of increase or decrease in population at the state, county, and town levels. The data is taken from atlases, plat books, and maps. Most of the data is from...
    • Minnesota Academic Standards Mathematics K-12 (2007)
    • 7
    • Indirect Measurement based on Architecture

    • Using the Geometry and Measurement Standards, students will use indirect measurement and proportions to find lengths, areas, and volumes that cannot be physically measured. Introductory: Students will use rulers to measure the height of a person...
    • Minnesota K-12 Academic Standards in Mathematics (2007)
    • 9 - 12
    • Trigonometry based on Architecture

    • Using the Geometry and Measurement Standards, students will use the measurement of angles and a single lenth within a right triangle to fill in the missing measurements. The teacher can also provide a scale-factor to the picture and tell the...
    • Minnesota K-12 Academic Standards in Mathematics (2007)
    • 9 - 12
    • Minnesota Statistics Then and Now

    • This guide is specifically drawn up to help students look at the numbers of population, agriculture, and immigration of the average Minnesotan in the late 1800s and early 1900s; have the students compare the numbers to the comparable average...
    • Minnesota K-12 Academic Standards in Mathematics (2007)
    • 9 - 12

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