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  • Geometry in the real world projectTheme: aRchitecture
    Wyatt Zalatoris Block 2 12/6/09 Mrs. Sykes
  • Point:
    The geometric figure formed at the intersection of two lines.
  • Line (segment):
    All points between two given points (including the given points themselves).
  • Plane:
    A flat surface extending in all directions.
  • Angle:
    Two rays sharing a common endpoint.
  • Perpendicular lines:
    Lines that intersect in a 90 degree angle.
  • Parallel Lines:
    Two distinct coplanar lines that don’t intersect.
  • Triangle:
    A polygon with three sides.
  • Right Triangle:
    A triangle which has a right (90 degree) interior angle.
  • Pentagon:
    A polygon with five sides.
  • Hexagon:
    A polygon with six sides.
  • Square:
    A rectangle with all four sides of equal length (90 degrees each).
  • Rectangle:
    A quadrilateral with four congruent angles (90 degrees).
  • Trapezoid:
    A quadrilateral which has a pair of opposite sides which are parallel.
  • Parallelogram:
    A quadrilateral with with two pairs of parallel sides.
  • Circle:
    The locus of all points that are a fixed distance from a given point.
  • Cylinder:
    A 3D geometric figure with parallel congruent bases.
  • Sphere:
    A 3D solid consisting of all points equidistant from a given point.
  • Acute triangle
    A triangle for which all interior angles are acute.
  • Obtuse triangle
    A triangle which has an obtuse angle as one of its interior angles.
    This is a kitchen tile.
  • octagon
    A polygon with eight sides.