StainedGlass Window Project (MATH) 1. All equations should be displayed on one sheet of graph paper. Glue this graph paper on to a sheet on construction paper when you are finished. 2. You must graph at least 10 equations (one of each of the following below). For more points, include more equations. (40 points) ? Vertical and Horizontal lines ? Linear Equation: positive and negative slope ? Absolute Value Equation- opening up and down ? Quadratic Equation- opening up and down ? Exponential …
Using tracing paper and colored pencils, students graph given lines (including vertical and horizontal lines) to make a very pretty stainedglass window design. Border them with black construction paper and put them in a window for a fantastic display!
Keywords: Linear Graphs, Linear Functions, AlgebraViews: 2641
Students design a stainedglass window using regular polygons. They then calculate all of the angles for the polygons and the cost of creating the stainedglass window by calculating the total area for the different colors they have chosen for their window.
Overview: You are in charge of designing a stained-glass display to be displayed in a window-frame facing the outside world. Your design can only contain regular polygons and cannot have any gaps or overlaps. You …
Keywords: Geometry, Regular Polygons, Interior and Exterior Angles of PolygonsViews: 27
Project for students to create a stainedglass window of their own design using regular polygons. They must calculate the central, interior, and exterior angles, and they must calculate the cost to produce the window.
Keywords: Geometry, Regular Polygons, Interior and Exterior Angles of PolygonsViews: 24