Math problem that deals with the hands of a clock.
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Here is the answer to an interesting problem: what provides a better fit, a square peg in a circular hole, or a circular peg in a square hole? We can use simple geometry to figure it out!
Circle the Square or square the circle. Either way, it’s a fun math problem. Feel free to try it, share it, use it however you wish.
Variables do not all serve the same purpose. Making this clear helps students more deeply understand algebraic equations, such as the equation for a line. This post shows how to understand the two kinds of variables in the slope-intercept form of a linear equation.
Answer to Friday’s problem, regarding the number of diagonals that can be drawn in any convex polygon.
Polygons have diagonals. There is a formula for the number of diagonals that a polygon has. For a challenge, find the algebraic formula that governs how many diagonals there are in any convex polygon with n sides. Good luck!