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Geometry In The Real World

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  • 1. Geometry in the Real WORLD By: Dylan Herbert Littlejohn Of your fourth period On A-days
  • 2. Point
    • The base is a point
    • Names a location, has no size
  • 3. Line
    • The foul line is a line
    • Straight path with no thickness, extends forever
  • 4. Plane
    • The baseball diamond is a plane
    • Flat surface that extends forever and has no thickness
  • 5. Angle
    • From second to third to home forms an angle
    • Figure formed by two rays with a common endpoint
  • 6. Perpendicular Lines
    • From third to first and then second to home form perpendicular lines
    • Lines intersecting at 90 degrees
  • 7. Parallel Lines
    • From third to second then home to first form parallel lines
    • Lines in the same plane that do not intersect
  • 8. Triangle
    • From foul pole to foul pole to second and second to foul pole form a triangle
    • Three sided polygon
  • 9. Right Triangle
    • From second to first to home and home to second form a right triangle
    • Triangle with one right angle
  • 10. Pentagon
    • Home plate is a pentagon
    • Five sided polygon
  • 11. Hexagon
    • From foul pole to third to home to first to second to foul pole and back to the original foul pole form a hexagon
    • Six sided polygon
  • 12. Square
    • The baseball diamond forms a square
    • Quadrilateral with four congruent sides and four right angles
  • 13. Rectangle
    • The dugout is a rectangle
    • Quadrilateral with four right angles
  • 14. Trapezoid
    • From the front corner of visitor’s dugout to the front corner of home’s to back right of home’s to back left of visitor’s to the front corner forms a trapezoid
    • Quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides
  • 15. Parallelogram
    • From the pitcher to field umpire to first baseman to second baseman forms a parallelogram
    • A quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides
  • 16. Circle
    • The on deck circle is a circle
    • Set of points in a plane that are a fixed difference from the point called the center of a circle
  • 17. Cylinder
    • Pine tar sticks are cylinders
    • 3 dimensional figure with 2 parallel congruent circular bases and a curved lateral surface that connects the bases
  • 18. Sphere
    • A baseball is a sphere
    • Set of points in space that are a fixed difference from a point called the center of a sphere
  • 19. Decagon
    • The star in Houston’s hat is a decagon
    • Ten sided polygon
  • 20. Arc
    • The outfield fence is an arc
    • Unbroken part of a circle consisting of two points on the circle, called the endpoints, and all the points on the circle between them
  • 21. 20-Gon
    • A baseball player’s tooth is an example of a twenty-gon
    • Twenty sided figure
  • 22. FUN BASEBALL ATHLETES