One Formula… to Rule them All

Teaching Notes

http://mathbutler.wordpress.com/2014/03/17/one-formula-to-rule-them-all/

First Thought

How do we get from the simple to the complex
How do we get from the simple to the complex

Applet

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  1. Rectangle vs. Parallelogram
  2. Triangles
  3. Kite / Rhombus
  4. Trapezoid

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