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Triangles and Distance Formula


This distance formula pixel art is themed for the end of the school year. Students will be finding the distance between 2 points and rounding to the tenth place. When they input a correct answer, part of the puzzle will reveal. If they input an incorrect answer, nothing will happen.

This is a pixel art activity where students will be using their knowledge of angles in a triangle to solve for x. This is a basic level activity as only one angle is missing. To best see the problems the students will want to zoom in(ctrl +) and then zoom out (ctrl -) to see the picture. When the student solves the problem they will input their answer as 8 or -4, just the number part not x=. If they are correct, part of the picture will appear.

  • Distance Formula Pixel Art
  • Sum in a Triangle Pixel Art


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