Building              BridgesStage 5 Trigonometry   Mathematics, Curriculum K-12 Directorate                              ...
Focus questions• What features do the bridges have in  common?• What two dimensional shapes have  occurred repeatedly in t...
The Hampden Bridge         • Located over the           Murrumbidgee River,           Wagga Wagga, NSW         • Built in ...
Different types of bridges
What commonfeatures do thebridges have?
What twodimensionalshapes haveoccurredrepeatedly inthese bridgeconstructions?
Building              BridgesStage 5 Trigonometry   Mathematics, Curriculum K-12 Directorate                              ...
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Stage 5 Trigonometry, Mathematics, Curriculum K-12, Directorate, NSW Department of Education, Building Bridges, 1895, Hampden Bridge, 33.5 metre span timber truss bridge, Murrumbidgee River, Wagga Wagga, NSW, Elect P. Anna Paddon MLA Cowichan Crofton May 14 2013, Transportation, Foot Bridge, Newcastle Island, Brechin Community Centre Development, Brechin to, Semiahmoo First Nation, Sea Wall Sea Walk,

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  • A different type of bridge girder – a close up view of the structure of a bridge.
  • A bridge in England.
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    1. 1. Building BridgesStage 5 Trigonometry Mathematics, Curriculum K-12 Directorate NSW Department of Education
    2. 2. Focus questions• What features do the bridges have in common?• What two dimensional shapes have occurred repeatedly in these bridge constructions?
    3. 3. The Hampden Bridge • Located over the Murrumbidgee River, Wagga Wagga, NSW • Built in 1895 • 33.5 metre span timber truss bridge
    4. 4. Different types of bridges
    5. 5. What commonfeatures do thebridges have?
    6. 6. What twodimensionalshapes haveoccurredrepeatedly inthese bridgeconstructions?
    7. 7. Building BridgesStage 5 Trigonometry Mathematics, Curriculum K-12 Directorate NSW Department of Education
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