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# Lesson Plan in Mathematics 10

I. Objectives
At the end of the lesson the students will be able to;
1. State the standard form of a circle with a formula for the equation of circle whose center is
at the origin.
2. Solve problems involving circles on the coordinate plane.
3.

Topic

References

Materials

## : Visual Aids, Compass, Ruler, cartolina

Values

: Accuracy,

III. Procedures:
Teachers Activity
A. Preparatory Activities
1. Greetings
2. Classroom Organization
3. Checking of Attendance
B. Drill
Activity:
Let us see if you really understood our
previous lesson. Class we will have an activity
called
The students will be divided into 4 groups.
Each group will have a representative to pick
out the illustrations inside the box. Using
a circle, match the illustration on the
equation provided.
Illustration No. 1

Students Activity

## The answer of the students will depend on

what illustration they picked out.

X +Y <4

Illustration No. 2

X 2 +Y 2=3 2

Illustration No. 3

X 2 +Y 2 >4 2

Illustration No. 4

X 2 +Y 2=42

clarifications?
C. Review
Activity:

None maam.

formula?
Yes maam! It is

## Correct! Now you are going to apply the

distance formula or the Pythagorean theorem
to solve the following problems, I will give
you 4 minutes to answer the activity. This is
an individual activity.

d=

y 2 y 1 2
x 2x 1 2 +

c 2=a 2 + b2

## A. What is the length of the segment shown

on the coordinate plane below?

2

d=

y 2 y 1
x 2x 1 2 +

d= 5

62
2
74 +

## B. Use the distance formula to determine the

distance between points (12,15 ) and (4,9).

## Very good class!

d=

y 2 y 1 2
x 2x 1 2 +

915 2
412 2 +

d = 10
Are there any questions about our activity?

D. Motivation:

None maam.

is to figure out the radius. Only two
measurements are given the hypotenuse of a
right triangle inscribed in one quadrant of the
circle and the distance of one vertex from the
circumference of the circle. I will give you 2
minutes to figure out the answer.
The radius of the circle is 8 inches. Notice
that the given 8-inch line segment in the
drawing is the diagonal of a rectangle
embedded in the circle's quadrant. If you
draw the other diagonal, you'll see it's the
radius of the circle. The diagonals are
necessarily equal, so the radius is 8 inches.

## The students will answer differently,

according to their own interpretation of the
illustration.