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20 April, 201120 April, 2011
Overview:
Students will work with a partner to construct and use a clinometer to determine the height of their school building. Students will use the Internet and materials provided by the teacher to assemble this instrument. Students will make accurate measurements, create diagrams, and use appropriate trigonomic ratios to solve the problem posed to them. Students will present their findings in a formal written Lab report.
Grades: 8-10
Subjects: Mathematics
Essential Skills: E25, M55
Submitted By: Raleigh Charter High School, NC
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  • RhondaMyersBy RhondaMyers 2126 Days Ago
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    This is the best idea for making a transit for construction classes.
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