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# Audrey Geometry In The Real World

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• 1. Geometry in the Real World [household item style] Audrey Burkett Block 1
• 2. Point.
• An undefined term in geometry, it names a location and has no size.
• Living room light.
• 3. Line (Segment).
• An undefined term in geometry, a line is a straight path that has no thickness and extends forever.
• Cabinet sides.
• 4. Plane.
• An undefined term in geometry, it is a flat surface that has no thickness and extends forever.
• Top of the table.
• 5. Angle.
• A figure formed by two rays with a common endpoint.
• Stained glassed window.
• 6. Perpendicular Lines.
• Lines that intersect at 90° angles.
• Chair legs.
• 7. Parallel Lines.
• Lines in the same plane that do not intersect.
• Flat screen TV.
• 8. Triangle.
• A three-sided polygon.
• Stairs.
• 9. Right Triangle.
• A triangle with one right angle.
• The pillars holding the roof up.
• 10. Pentagon.
• A five-sided polygon.
• Furniture (top part).
• 11. Hexagon.
• A seven-sided polygon.
• Nut.
• 12. Square.
• A quadrilateral with four congruent sides and right angles.
• Drink Coaster
• 13. Rectangle.
• A quadrilateral with four right angles.
• Picture frame.
• 14. Trapezoid.
• A quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides.
• Living room wall and windows.
• 15. Parallelogram.
• A quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides.
• Computer monitor.
• 16. Circle.
• The set of points in a plane that are a fixed distance from a given point called the center of the circle.
• Bowls.
• 17. Cylinder
• A three-dimensional figure with two parallel congruent circular bases and a curved lateral surface that connects the bases.
• Paper towels.
• 18. Sphere.
• The set of points in space that are a fixed distance from a given point called the center of the sphere.
• Door knob.
• 19. Cube.
• A prism with six square faces.
• Toy.
• 20. Prism.
• A polyhedron formed by two parallel congruent polygonal bases connected by lateral faces that are parallelogram.
• Kleenex.
• 21. Cone.
• A three-dimensional figure with a circular base and a curved lateral surface that connects the base to a point called a vertex.
• Ice cream cone.