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# Pythagorean Theorem: Midpoint, Perimeter and Area

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## Unit 5 Lesson 2: We will work on finding the midpoint, the Pythagorean theorem and finding the area and perimeter of triangles and rectangles.

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Topics of this game:
• What is the midpoint of the following two coordinates? (-4, 5) (6, -5)
• What is the midpoint of the following two coordinates? (-2, -11) (10, -7)
• Use the Pythagorean Theorem to solve for c if b = 3 and a = 4.
• An oak tree is 12 yards tall and a bird is standing on the ground 4 yards from the tree. If a bird flies directly to the top of the tree, how far will it fly?
• Use the Pythagorean Theorem to solve for b if a = 5 and c = 12.
• Find the perimeter of the rectangle with the following vertices: A (-3, 4) B (2, 4) C (2, 1) D (-3, 1)
• Find the area of the rectangle with the following vertices: A (-3, 4) B (2, 4) C (2, 1) D (-
• Find the perimeter of a triangle whose vertices are: A (-2, 7) B(4, -1) C (-2, -1)
• Find the area of a triangle whose vertices are: A (-2, 7) B(4, -1) C (-2, -1)
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