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Use this checklist to review every slide in your Power Point to make sure it is complete BEFORE you submit

it for a final grade.


You should have another group review it as well and give you feedback in the last column. Then act on the feedback!
Requirement

Questions that the slide should answer

Title Page

1) Who was in this group and contributed sufficient work to the


project?
2) When was it completed? (date and class)
3) What is the title?

Origins of
Indirect
Measurement

1) Which culture first used indirect measurement?


2) Why? What were they measuring?
3) Were there any other cultures that also came up with or also used
this method?
4) How is it used in the modern world?

Purpose

1)
2)
3)
4)

Results
Comparison

1) Do they show their answer for all 3 methods?

Conclusion

What are you measuring?


Why didnt you use a ruler to do it directly?
Why use 3 methods instead of 1?
Is there a picture of the object?

2) Do they make a statement comparing the results?


1) Do you think the methods of indirect measurement are reliable?
2) Were your results reasonable? How did you decide?
3) Do you think indirect measurement is useful?

4) Have you found any global connections for indirect measurement?

Was it
met?

How could it be improved?

Method 1
Picture

1) Is there a picture of them on the field setting up their problem?


2) Is their picture clear and unobstructed?

Method 1
Diagram

3) Can you see everything thats important to the diagram?


1) Is it neat and easy to read?
2) Are all important measurements labeled with a name, length, and
units?

3) Do the triangles model their picture?


4) Is the x for the height of the immeasurable object?
Method 1
Description

1) Which tools did you use to create similar triangles?


2) Why is it logical to think that the triangles are similar? How are the
angles created that makes them congruent?
3) What were you able to measure directly?

Method 1
Proportions

1) Is the proportion shown in words that describe whats being


compared in each ratio? Are the ratios made of corresponding
sides of the triangles?
2) Is there a second proportion with the numbers substituted in the
correct places? Are the units labeled?

3) Do they show the answer in inches?


And convert it to feet?
4) Are they neat and easy to read?

Method 2
Picture

1) Is there a picture of them on the field setting up their problem?


2) Is their picture clear and unobstructed?

Method 2
Diagram

3) Can you see everything thats important to the diagram?


1) Is it neat and easy to read?
2) Are all important measurements labeled with a name, length, and
units?
3) Do the triangles model their picture?

Method 2
Description

4) Is the x for the height of the immeasurable object?


1) Which tools did you use to create similar triangles?
2) Why is it logical to think that the triangles are similar? How are the
angles created that makes them congruent?

Method 2
Proportions

3) What were you able to measure directly?


1)Is the proportion shown in words that describe whats being compared
in each ratio? Are the ratios made of corresponding sides of the triangles?
2)Is there a second proportion with the numbers substituted in the correct
places? Are the units labeled?
3) Do they show the answer in inches?
And convert it to feet?
4) Are they neat and easy to read?

Method 3
Picture

1) Is there a picture of them on the field setting up their problem?


2) Is their picture clear and unobstructed?

Method 3
Diagram

3) Can you see everything thats important to the diagram?


1) Is it neat and easy to read?
2) Are all important measurements labeled with name, length, units?
3) Do the triangles model their picture?

Method 3
Description

4) Is the x for the height of the immeasurable object?


1) Which tools did you use to create similar triangles?
2) Why is it logical to think that the triangles are similar? How are the
angles created that makes them congruent?

3) What were you able to measure directly?


Method 3
Proportions

1) Is the proportion shown in words that describe whats being compared


in each ratio? Are the ratios made of corresponding sides of the triangles?
2) Is there a second proportion with the numbers substituted in the
correct places? Are the units labeled?
3) Do they show the answer in inches?
And convert it to feet?
4) Are they neat and easy to read?

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