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Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
Geometry Vocabulary and Formulas
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  • 1. Geometry Vocabulary & FormulasK. Wilhite ED TECH 541 2/24/2013
  • 2. Additional InformationWatch for Moby throughout thepresentation. When you click onhim, you can view a video with moreinformation. 2/24/2013
  • 3. Parallel LinesTwo straight lines that lie in the same plane thatwill never crossPhoto used under Creative Commons from Ko: 2/24/2013
  • 4. Perpendicular LinesTwo straight lines that cross each other at a 90oanglePhoto used under Creative Commons from all brown 2/24/2013
  • 5. TransformationsThe different ways objects can bemoved on a coordinate planeFor more practice problems, click here 2/24/2013
  • 6. Transformations 2/24/2013
  • 7. ReflectionA mirror image of an objectPhoto used under Creative Commons from Jheat 2/24/2013
  • 8. RotationThe turning of an object around a given pointPhoto used under Creative Commons from Juliana S. 2/24/2013
  • 9. TranslationThe movement of an object from spot toanotherImage created by K. Wilhite 2/24/2013
  • 10. Acute TriangleA triangle that is made up of three angles thatmeasure less then 90oPhoto used under Creative Commons from 2/24/2013
  • 11. Obtuse TriangleA triangle that is made up of an angle thatmeasures greater then 90o but less then 180oPhoto taken by K. Wilhite 2/24/2013
  • 12. Right TriangleA triangle that is made up of one 90o anglePhoto used under Creative Commons from Parth Joshi 2/24/2013
  • 13. Area of TrianglesFor a video lesson and practice problems, click hereImage created by K. Wilhite 2/24/2013
  • 14. RectangleA quadrilateral that contains four 90o angleswith opposite sides parallelPhoto used under Creative Commons from Jheat 2/24/2013
  • 15. Area of RectanglesImage created by K.. Wilhite 2/24/2013
  • 16. CircleA round plane whose boundary (circumference)is made up of points that are the same distancefrom the center point (radius)Photo used under Creative Commons from Timothy 2/24/2013
  • 17. Area of a CircleImage created by K. Wilhite 2/24/2013
  • 18. TrapezoidA quadrilateral with exactly one set of parallellinesPhoto used under Creative Commons from ocherdraco 2/24/2013
  • 19. Area of a TrapezoidImage created by K. Wilhite 2/24/2013
  • 20. ParallelogramA quadrilateral with opposite sides parallelPhoto used under Creative Commons from Peter 2/24/2013
  • 21. Area of a ParallelogramImage created by K. Wilhite 2/24/2013
  • 22. CubeA 3D shape that consists of 6 faces made up ofcongruent squaresPhoto used under Creative Commons from ocherdraco 2/24/2013
  • 23. Volume of a CubeImage created by K. Wilhite 2/24/2013
  • 24. Rectangular PrismA 3D shape that consists of 6 faces made up ofrectanglesPhoto used under Creative Commons from Bad Alley 2/24/2013
  • 25. Volume of a Rectangular PrismImage created by K. Wilhite 2/24/2013
  • 26. CylinderA 3D shape that consists of circular base andstraight parallel sidesPhoto used under Creative Commons from brookewill 2/24/2013
  • 27. Volume of a CylinderImage created by K. Wilhite 2/24/2013
  • 28. SphereA 3D shape that consists whose boundary ismade up of points that are the same distancefrom the center point.Photo used under Creative Commons from mlaudisa 2/24/2013
  • 29. Volume of a SphereImage created by K. Wilhite 2/24/2013
  • 30. PyramidA 3D shape that consists of a square base andfour faces that are triangles 2/24/2013Photo used under Creative Commons from Neil B.
  • 31. Volume of a PyramidImage created by K. Wilhite 2/24/2013
  • 32. More math videos Area of polygons Geometry GeometryPerimeter and Area of RectanglesPerimeter and Area of TrianglesVolume and Surface AreaCircumference and Area of Circles 2/24/2013
  • 33. ResourcesBBC Schools. (n.d.). Retrieved February 18, 2013, from BBC Schools:http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/BrainPop. (n.d.). Retrieved February 18, 2013, from www.brainpop.com:www.brainpop.comKhan Academy. (n.d.). Retrieved February 18, 2013, from Khan Academy:https://www.khanacademy.org/M.D. Roblyer and Aarom H. Doering. (2013). Integrating EducationalTechnology into Teaching. Upper Saddle River: Pearson.squidoo. (n.d.). Retrieved February 21, 2013, from squidoo:http://www.squidoo.com/cc-flickrTeachnology Tutorials. (n.d.). Retrieved February 21, 2013, fromTeachnology: http://www.teach-nology.com/tutorials/powerpoint/ 2/24/2013

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