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Math Visual Vocabulary

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Visual vocabulary utilizing nature to point out frequently used geometry terms.

Visual vocabulary utilizing nature to point out frequently used geometry terms.

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    • Math and our Environment
    • ADJACENT ANGLES
      • Angles that are next to each they; they have a common side but no overlap.
    • ANGLE
      • A figure that is formed by two rays or two line segments with a common end point.
    • ARC
      • Part of a circle, from one point on the circle to another.
    • ARRAY
      • An arrangement of objects in a regular pattern, usually in rows or columns. Arrays can be used to model multiplication.
    • CIRCLE
      • Set of all points in a plane that are a given distance from a given point in the plane. The given point is the center of the circle.
      • Circumference is the distance around
      • a circle.
    • CONGRUENT
      • Having exactly the same shape and size.
    • ENLARGE
      • To increase the size of an object.
    • PARALLEL
      • Never meeting and always the same distance apart. Lines, line segments, rays in a plane, and planes are parallel if they never meet.
    • SEMI-CIRCLE
      • An arc whose
      • end points are
      • the end points
      • of the diameter
      • of a circle.
    • SYMMETRIC
      • Having the same size and shape on either side of a line or looking the same when turned by some amount less than 360 degrees.
    • VANISHING LINE
      • A line connecting a point on a figure in a perspective drawing with the vanishing point.
    • Math in Nature How many examples can you find in this picture? Gale Sorensen EDST6304 Professor J Martinelli Fall 2009 Photos taken by Nokia N97 Cylinder Plane Angle Parallel Line Surface