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featured lessonModeling through Geometry: Circumference of a Cup’s Roll
Molly McNinch leads her high school Geometry students in a lesson to compare real-world rolling geometric “cup” shapes, analyze and identify which shapes will generate larger or smaller circles when rolled, and present an argument and justification to their peers. Students need to understand the ways in which the diameter, radius, slant length, and roll radius relate to each other.