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Exploring Properties of Rectan...

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Students manipulate a rectangle and a parallelogram in this applet to explore their respective properties. The surrounding page gives teachers some ideas of reflection questions to ask their students,...
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Pentominoes

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A virtual manipulative of pentominoes which can be rotated and also reflected (flipped).
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Side Length and Area of Simila...

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The user can manipulate the side lengths of one of two similar rectangles and the scale factor to learn about how the side lengths, perimeters, and areas of the two rectangles are related.
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Side Length, Volume, and Surfa...

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The user can manipulate the scale factor that links two threedimensional rectangular prisms and learn about the relationships among edge lengths, surface areas, and volumes.
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Understanding Ratios of Areas ...

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Users are given an opportunity to explore an interesting quantitative relationship between the area of a polygon and the area of an inscribed figure formed by joining the midpoints of the adjacent sid...
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Similar Figures

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The user learns what similar figures are and how to determine if two figures are similar. After viewing examples, users can interactively practice determining the length of the missing side of two sim...
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Similarity

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This activity introduces students to the important ideas of similarity and congruence. Students create their own resizeable logos, which they then use to construct similar shapes. Students can contin...
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