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A sixth grade student geometry to success

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    • Philip's Geometry Guide to Success Lines Angles Triangles Quadrilaterals Circles
    • Lines
      • Points
      • Line Segments
      • Rays
      • Lines
      • Intersecting Lines
      • Perpendicular Lines
      • Parallel Lines
      • Skew Lines
    • Points
      • A point is a precise location in space. It is labeled with a letter.
      Point a Point b Point c Point d
    • Line Segments
      • A line line that starts at one point and ends at another
    • Ray
      • A line that starts at a point and keeps going past the other
    • Intersec t ing
      • Two lines that meet at a point and do not make 90 degree angles
    • Perpendicular
      • The lines intersect at right angles
    • Parallel
      • Lines that never cross and are on the same plane
    • Skew
      • Lines that are not on the same plane
    • Plane
      • A flat surface that goes on forever in all directions and is defined by three points
      P
    • Angles
      • acute
      • obtuse
      • right
      • straight
      • vertex/vertices
      • complementary
      • supplementary
      • vertical/ opposite
      • adjacent
    • Acute
      • An angle that is less than a 90 degree angle
    • Obtuse
      • An angle that is more than a 90 degree angle
    • Right
      • An angle that is exactly 90 degrees
    • Straight
      • An angle made up by two 90 degree angles
    • Vertex/Vertices
      • The point where the lines to make the angle meet
    • Complementary
      • Two angles that if you add them together you will get 90 degrees
      45 45
    • Supplementary
      • Two angles that if added together you get 180 degrees
      110 70
    • Vertical/Opposite
      • An angle that is opposite to the same angle
    • Adjacent
      • An angle that is sharing the same vertex with another angle
      F D E C Angle DFE Angle EFC
    • Triangles
      • Right
      • Obtuse
      • Acute
      • Scalene
      • Isosceles
      • Equilateral
      • Sum of internal angles
      • Perimeter
      • Area
    • Right
      • If the largest measure of the triangle is 90 degrees
    • Obtuse
      • When the largest angle of the triangle is more than 90 degrees
    • Acute
      • When the largest angle of the triangle is less than 90 degrees
    • Scalene
      • When all the sides of the triangle are not equal
    • Isosceles When there are two sides of the triangle that are the same measure
    • Equilateral
      • When all the sides of the triangle have the same measure
    • Sum of internal angles
      • All the sides in the triangle add up to 180 degrees
      60 60 60
    • Perimeter
      • The sum of all the sides of the triangle
      50 70 60 50+70+60=180
    • Area
      • When you multiply length times width and then divide it by 1/2.
      30 60 60 times 30 divided by 1/2
    • Quadrilaterals
      • Quadrilaterals
      • Trapezoid
      • Parallelogram
      • Rectangle
      • Rhombus
      • Square
      • Area of a rectangle
      • Area of a square
      • Area of a parallelogram
      • Area of a trapezoid
    • Trapezoid
      • A figure that has 1 set of parallel sides.
    • Parallelogram
      • A figure that has 2 sets of parallel sides
    • Rectangle
      • A figure that has 2 parallel sides and all the angles are congruent
    • Rhombus
      • A parallelogram that has no congruent sides
    • Square
      • A parallelogram that has 2 parallel sides and all the angles are congruent
    • Area of a rectangle
      • You multiply length times width
      L W L times W= A
    • Square
      • You multiply length times width
      L W L times W = A
    • Area of a Parallelogram
      • You multiply length times width
      8 12 8 times 12= A
    • Area of a Trapezoid
      • You put 2 trapezoids together to make a rectangle and ad the top to the bottom then multiply it to width and divide by 2.
      W L 4+ 6= 10 divided by 2 4
    • Circles
      • Chord
      • Diameter
      • Arc
      • Radius
      • Sector
      • Circumference
      • Area of a Circle
    • Chord
      • The chord is the longest line segment in the circle
    • Diameter
      • The diameter is the radius times 2
    • Arc
      • The arc is the distance on the outside edge of the circle
    • Radius
      • The radius is diameter divided by 2
    • Sector
      • The sector is a piece of the area.
    • Circumference
      • The distance around the circle (C= D times 3.14)
    • Other Polygons
      • Hexagon
      • Octagon
      • Pentagon
    • Hexagon
      • The hexagon is a polygon with six sides
    • Octagon
      • The octagon is a polygon with eight sides
    • Pentagon
      • The pentagon is a polygon with five sides
      • The End