Draw shapes on a coordinate plane.
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In addition to or in place of the Problem Set, you could have students play a modified version of Battleship. Instead of students’ targets being a straight line of points, make the targets various shapes (e.g., a rectangle, a trapezoid, a right triangle, etc.). Provide students with images of the shapes they need to plot so that they know exactly the dimensions of each to avoid confusion.
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Using the coordinate grid below:
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Modified by The Match Foundation, Inc.Alonso wants to create a triangle on the coordinate grid below. Two of the vertices are located at point F (2, 3) and point G (7, 3).
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Modified by The Match Foundation, Inc.?
Jillian plotted points Q and R on a coordinate grid, as shown below.
Jillian wants to plot point S so that when points Q, R, and S are connected they form the vertices of a right triangle. Write an ordered pair that represents where Jillian should plot point S.
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