Proving Quadrilaterals on a Coordinate Plane with Slope & Distance Task Cards
These task cards are perfect for engaging your students in practice with proving parallelograms and types of quadrilaterals on a coordinate plane! Get your geometry students up and moving with this fun alternative to a worksheet! Or assign it as a Google Form as a digital learning activity!
These task cards are included in the money-saving bundle of task cards for the entire year of Geometry curriculum.
This product contains 20 (4 per page) problems on task cards, a student answer sheet, a teacher answer key, and a link to a Google form with these same 20 problems.
Students use their understanding of quadrilateral properties, slope, and distance to prove types of quadrilaterals (parallelogram, rectangle, square, rhombus, trapezoid) on a coordinate plane. They also use their understanding of equations of lines (y = mx + b) to apply that to graphing quadrilaterals.
Students are asked to:
- find slope between two points
- find distance between two points
- find the 4th point of a quadrilateral when given 3 points
- find the equation of the side of a quadrilateral when given 3 equations of lines
- find the missing slopes of sides of a quadrilateral when given only two points
- find the perimeter of quadrilaterals on a coordinate plane
- identify and prove the type of quadrilateral using slope and distance.
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