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  • Math/Technology project

    1. 1. Vocabulary TechnologyAnna Leigh Marshall, Meagan Tabb,
    2. 2. Symmetry
    3. 3. SymmetrySymmetr Symmetry Symmetry Symmetry y metry Symmetry SymmetrySymmet Symmetry Sym ry Symmetry Symm SymmetrySymmetry etry SymmetrySymm Symmetry Symmetry etry Symmetry
    4. 4. Symmetry
    5. 5. Symmetry Why doesthis picture showsymmetry?
    6. 6. Symmetry
    7. 7. Symmetry What do you think is symmetrical about this picture?
    8. 8. Symmetry
    9. 9. SymmetryThe correspondence in size, form, and arrangement of partson opposite sides of a plane, line, or point; regularity of formor arrangement in terms of like, reciprocal, or correspondingpartsWhen you put an invisible line through an object and both sidesmatch
    10. 10. Symmetry
    11. 11. SymmetryThe stained glass windowshave symmetry becauseboth sides of the glasslook exactly alike.
    12. 12. Line of
    13. 13. Line of Line of Line of Symmetry Symmetry Line of SymmetrySymmetry Line of Symmetry Line of Line of Symmetry Line of Symmetry Line ofSymmetry Line of Line of Symmetry SymmetLine of Symmetry ry Line of Symmetry Line ofSymmetrySymmetry Line of
    14. 14. Line of
    15. 15. Line ofCan you guesswhere the lineof symmetry isin this photo?
    16. 16. Line of
    17. 17. Line of Find the line of symmetry!
    18. 18. Line of
    19. 19. Line ofThe line that determines where the symmetry lies within afigureThe imaginary line where you could fold the image and have bothhalves match exactly
    20. 20. Line of
    21. 21. Line ofThe instruments have aline of symmetry directlydown the middle becausethe instruments aresymmetrical.
    22. 22. Size
    23. 23. Size Size Siz Size Size e SizSize Size Size Size SizeSize e Size Size SiSize ze Size ze SizeSize e Size iz Size Si S
    24. 24. Size
    25. 25. Size What is thesize difference between a mommy and her baby?
    26. 26. Size
    27. 27. Size Notice the different sizes of these buildings?
    28. 28. Size
    29. 29. SizeThe dimensions, proportions, amount, or extent of somethingHow big or small something is by dimension, value, or magnitude
    30. 30. Size
    31. 31. Size The momma elephant is a much larger size than her baby. In the Birminghamskyline, you see the taller skyscrapersbecause of their size.
    32. 32. Part
    33. 33. PartPart Part Part Part PartPart Pa Part rt Part Part Part Part Part PartPartPart rt Part Pa
    34. 34. Part
    35. 35. PartWhat could this be a part of?
    36. 36. Part
    37. 37. Part Pieces or Parts? Different word, same meaning!
    38. 38. Part
    39. 39. PartEqual portions or fractions that can constitute a whole or intowhich a whole can be dividedA portion, division, piece, or segment of a whole
    40. 40. Part
    41. 41. Part The pizza slice is part of the whole pizza pie.Individual legopieces are part of the final project.
    42. 42. Whole
    43. 43. WholeWhol e Whole Whole Whole WholeWhole Whole ho o l e Wh Whole Whole Whole Whole Whole Whole Whole W ho leWho Whole Whole le Whole W LE Whole
    44. 44. Whole
    45. 45. WholeCan you eat a whole pizza by yourself?
    46. 46. Whole
    47. 47. Whole This whole bird fit in my oven!
    48. 48. Whole
    49. 49. WholeIntegral, or not fractionalAll the parts; everything; total amount
    50. 50. Whole
    51. 51. Whole A whole pizza was delivered to my house Friday night for dinner.For Easter dinner,my mom cooked a whole chicken.
    52. 52. Congruence
    53. 53. Congruence CongruencCongrue Congruence e nce Congru Congr uenceCongruen Congruence ce ence CongruenceCongruence CongrCongrueCongruence uence nce Congruence Congruence Congruence Congruence Congruence
    54. 54. Congruence
    55. 55. CongruenceWhat makes thesecondimentscongruent?
    56. 56. Congruence
    57. 57. Congruence These cereal boxes are congruent...do you know why?
    58. 58. Congruence
    59. 59. CongruenceTwo objects are congruent if they have the same dimensionsand shapeEqual in size and shape
    60. 60. Congruence
    61. 61. Congruence The salt and pepper shakers are congruent in size and shape.No matter how the cereal boxes are turned, theyremain congruent.
    62. 62. Equal Length
    63. 63. Equal Length Equal Equal Length Equal Length Length Length Equal Equal Length Equal Eq Equal uaLength Equal Length lLe Length Equal Length ng Equal th Equal Length Equal Length Equal Length Length Length Equal Length Equal Length Equal Leng! Equal
    64. 64. Equal Length
    65. 65. Equal LengthWhat makes this door equal length?
    66. 66. Equal Length
    67. 67. Equal Length Notice how the frame is equal length?
    68. 68. Equal Length
    69. 69. Equal LengthWhen two segments, such as sides of a triangle, have thesame distance from one end to the otherHaving the same amount or value in relation to how long something is
    70. 70. Equal Length
    71. 71. Equal Length The two sides of the door to my bedroom are equal in length. Equal length is represented in all of the sides in my square picture frame.

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