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What do we mean by geometry?

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How can Pythagoras’ Theorem be used?

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How are similar triangles useful?

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What can be deduced using our knowledge of simple shapes and angles?

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Resource type | Title |
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Rich example | Distance between points |

Many ways problem | In-betweens |

Food for thought | All about ratios |

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Fluency exercise | What type of triangle? |

Package of problems | Finding triangles |

Package of problems | The quintessential proof |

Many ways problem | Look before you leap |

Many ways problem | Proving Pythagoras |

Scaffolded task | A perfect fit |

Food for thought | A limiting circle theorem |

Food for thought | Quadrature of the lunes |

Food for thought | The spider and the fly (Part 1) |

Food for thought | The spider and the fly (Part 2) |

Investigation | Napkin |

Bigger picture | Fermat's last theorem |

Bigger picture | Pinning down $\pi$ |

Bigger picture | Symmetry |

Bigger picture | Triangles are the strongest shape |

Bigger picture | What geometry means to me |

Resource in action | Distance between points - teacher support |

Resource in action | What type of triangle? - teacher support |