Standard #: MAFS.912.N-CN.2.6 (Archived Standard)


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Calculate the distance between numbers in the complex plane as the modulus of the difference, and the midpoint of a segment as the average of the numbers at its endpoints.


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Lesson Plan

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Life is Complex Students will be introduced to the midpoint and distance formulas, both on number lines and in a coordinate plane. Students should have some previous experience with both of these formulas. The lesson allows practice on basic distance and midpoint concepts and progresses through the application of the formulas on a complex plane. Students will draw connections between the basic real number skills and coordinates in the complex plane involving the skills they will acquire during this lesson.

Problem-Solving Task

Name Description
Complex Distance

This problem is intended to reinforce the geometric interpretation of distance between complex numbers and midpoints as modulus of the difference and average respectively.

Student Resources

Problem-Solving Task

Name Description
Complex Distance:

This problem is intended to reinforce the geometric interpretation of distance between complex numbers and midpoints as modulus of the difference and average respectively.



Parent Resources

Problem-Solving Task

Name Description
Complex Distance:

This problem is intended to reinforce the geometric interpretation of distance between complex numbers and midpoints as modulus of the difference and average respectively.



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