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# Geometryguide

## by guestd85d48 on Mar 30, 2009

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A slide show for Geometry

A slide show for Geometry

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## GeometryguidePresentation Transcript

• . Lines Angles Triangles Quadrilaterals Circles Geometry Guide
• . Points Line segments Ray Lines Intersecting Lines Perpendicular Lines Parallel Lines Skew Lines Lines
• . A line segment is a line that starts at a point and finishes at a point Line Segments
• . A ray is a line that starts at a point and goes on forever Rays
• . A line is something that never ends both ways Lines
• . Skew lines are lines not in the same plane Skew
• . Two lines that never cross and are in the same plane Parallel Lines
• . Perpendicular lines are lines that intersect at a right angle (90 degrees) Perpendicular Lines
• . Intersecting Lines are lines that cross at one point Intersecting Lines
• . A point is a precise location in space. It is labeled with a letter. P I N K Points
• . Acute Obtuse Right Straight Vertex/Vertices Complementary Supplementary Vertical/Opposite Adjacent Angles
• . An acute angle is less than 90 degrees Acute
• . An obtuse angle is more than 90 degrees Obtuse
• . A Right Angle is exactly 90 degrees Right
• . A Straight angle is a straight line that is 180 degrees Straight
• . A vertex is a corner of an angle Vertex/Vertices
• . Complementary is when two angles are added and equals 90 degrees Complementary
• . Supplementary is when two angle are added and it equals 180 degrees Supplementary
• . Vertical/Opposite is an angle on the opposite side of another Vertical/Opposite
• . Adjacent is when an angle and another angle are next to each other Adjacent
• . Right Obtuse Acute Scalene Isosceles Equilateral Sum of Internal Angles Perimeter Area Triangles
• . A right angle on a triangle is Right
• . An obtuse angle in a triangle is also more than 90 degrees Obtuse
• . An acute angle in a triangle is also less than 90 degrees Acute
• . Scalene means all the sides are different Scalene
• . Isosceles is when two of the sides on a triange are the same Isosceles
• . An equilateral is when all the angles on a triangle are equal Equilateral
• . The sum of internal angles is the sum of all the angles is 180 degrees Sum of Internal Angles
• . The perimeter is the sum of all sides Perimeter
• . Area is the base and hieght of the triangle multiplied together Area
• . Qualrilateral Trapezoid Parallelogram Rectangle Rhombus Square Area of a rectangle Area of a Square Area of a Parallelogram Area of a Trapezoid Quadrilateral
• . A quadrilateral is a polygon with four sides and four angles Quadrilateral
• . A trapezoid is 1 pairs of parallel lines and two congruent sides Trapezoid
• . The area of a trapezoid is how much cubes you can fit inside by doing base times height Area of a Trapezoid
• . A parallelogram is 2 pairs of parallel lines and 2 congruent sides Parallelogram
• . The area of a parallelogram is how much cubes you can fit inside by base times height Area of a Parallelogram
• . A Rectangle is two sets of parallel and congruent lines Rectangle
• . The Area of a Rectangle is how much cubes fit inside by doing the length times width Area of a Rectangle
• . A Rhombus is just like a rectangle with two sets of parallel and congruent lines Rhombus
• . Now a square is different all the sides are congruent and parallel Square
• . The area of a square is really easy and the same as a rectangle all you have to do is one number squared Area of a Square
• . Chord Diameter Radius Sector Circumference Area of a Circle Circles
• . A chord is from one point connected to another in the circle Chord
• . The diameter of a circle is how long it is from one side to another Diameter
• . An arc on a circle is the distance from one point to the other on the outside edge Arc
• . The radius of a circle is how far it is to the middle of the circle Radius
• . A Sector is a piece of the circle Sector
• . The circumference of a circle is the distance around the circle and you get it by diameter times pie Circumference
• . The area of a circle is the space inside by doing radius squared times pie Area of a Circle
• . Hexagon Octogon Pentagon Regular Polygon Other Polygons
• . A hexagon is a polygon that has 6 sides Hexagon
• . A Octogon is also a polygon but it has 8 sides Octogon
• . A pentagon is just like the rest but with 5 sides Pentagon
• . A regular polygon is different from other polygons because regular polygons have different sizes and sides Regular Polygons