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Triangle Exploration Wrap Unit 4 Geometry TOC # 14 Triangle Exploration Wrap # 15 AngLegs Exploration Day 2 #16 HW: Why Couldn’t the Two Elephants Go Swimming Together? What conditions must be true for creating triangles? • The two shortest sides of the triangle must be greater than the longest side. If you know the angle measures, do you know everything about a triangle? 1.Using your AngLegs create a one triangle using red, blue and yellow. Now create a second triangle using green, purple and orange. Place the smaller triangle within the larger triangle. • Using the protractor measure the three interior angles for each triangle. What do you notice about the corresponding angles? 2.Using your AngLegs and protractor make a triangle with 90 angle, one 30 angle, and a 60 angle. • Try to create another triangle with the exact same angle measures, but with at least one side a different length. • Are you able to stretch or shrink the smaller triangle but keep its sides parallel to the other triangle, would its angle sizes remain the same? AngLegs Triangle Exploration Day 2 • Open the following link and answer the problems in your math notebook. • AngLegs Triangle Exploration Day 2 • If you finish early start on your math homework – green worksheet only do D-33 and D-34. If you know the angle measures, do you know everything about a triangle? 1.Using your AngLegs create a one triangle using red, blue and yellow. Now create a second triangle using green, purple and orange. Place the smaller triangle within the larger triangle. • Using the protractor measure the three interior angles for each triangle. What do you notice about the corresponding angles? 2.Using your AngLegs and protractor make a triangle with 90 angle, one 30 angle, and a 60 angle. • Try to create another triangle with the exact same angle measures, but with at least one side a different length. • Are you able to stretch or shrink the smaller triangle but keep its sides parallel to the other triangle, would its angle sizes remain the same?