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    • Geometric PropertiesOf Geometric Shapes
      Dustin McMains
      1st Block
    • Point
      Something that has no size and names a location; dot.
    • Line Segment
      A piece of a line that has been cut into a certain distance
    • Plane
      A flat surface that extends forever
    • Angle
      The space in between two line segments or lines.
    • Perpendicular lines
      Two lines that intersect, that make four angles and all four angles made by the intersecting lines measure Ninety Degrees.
    • Parallel lines
      Two lines that run side by side and never intersect no matter how far they go in either direction.
    • Triangle
      A three sided Polygon.
      Regular triangles have three 60 degree angles.
    • Right Triangle
      A triangle that has one right (90 degrees) angle.
    • Pentagon
      A polygon that has 5 sides.
    • Hexagon
      A polygon that has 6 sides.
    • Square
      A four sided polygon.
      A square has all sides same length and all angles on a square are 90 degrees.
    • Rectangle
      A square that has four 90 degree angles but all four sides do not have to be the same length.
      A square is a rectangle but a rectangle isn’t a square.
    • Trapezoid
      Like a rectangle but all angles don’t have to be 90 degrees.
      A rectangle is a trapezoid but a trapezoid is not a rectangle.
      A square is a trapezoid but a trapezoid id not a square.
    • Parallelagram
      Like a Trapezoid but the sides must be parallel.
      Ex. Left must be parallel to Right and Top must be parallel to Bottom.
      Square is a parallelogram but a parallelogram is not a square.
      A rectangle is a parallelogram but a parallelogram is not a rectangle.
    • Circle
      A line that is the same distance in every direction from one point inside the plane that the circle is in.
      The point is in the direct middle of the circle.
    • Cylinder
      A circle that has height.
    • Sphere
      A three dimensional circle.
    • Cube
      A three dimensional square.
    • Triangular Pyramid
      A pyramid with a triangle as a base.
    • Square Pyramid
      A pyramid with a square as a base.