Constructing Loci and Equidistant Paths

Constructing Loci and Equidistant Paths
Constructing Loci and Equidistant Paths
Constructing Loci and Equidistant Paths
Constructing Loci and Equidistant Paths

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Constructing Loci and Equidistant Paths

Students learn how to construct loci and equidistant paths using angle bisectors and construction techniques.  There are several examples provided for the teacher to demonstrate as well as for the students to consolidate their learning.
Differentiated Learning Objectives
  • All students should be able to construct angle bisectors to identify an equidistant path between two lines.
  • Most students should be able to perpendicular bisectors to identify an equidistant path between two points.
  • Some students should be able to combine loci to identify regions or points within a given area.
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