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# Sarona and candidahs geometry investigation

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• 1. Geometry Investigation
• 2. 2d shapes
Edge
Hexagon.
Decagon.
edge
edge
Heptagon
corner
corner
Face
Corner
Ellipse.
Octagon.
edge
edge
Pentagon.
edge
edge
Corner
Nonagon.
Parallelogram.
corner
edge
corner
corner
• 3. 3d shapes
cylinder
cube
corner
triangular prism
corner
Edge
Edge
Right angle
face
face
edge
cone
face
Right angle
cuboid
edge
rectangular prism
edge
face
corner
sphere
face
Right angle
edge
face
corner
• 4. FEATURES OF A 2D SHAPE.
This is the edge.
This is the edge.
This is the edge.
This the face of this shape.
This is the face.
This is the face.
This is the corner.
This is the corner.
This is the corner.
This is the edge.
This is the face of the shape.
This is the edge.
This is the face of this shape.
This is the corner.
• 5. This is the corner on this shape.
FEATURES OF A 3D SHAPE.
This is the left corner.
This is the right angel.
This is one of the edges on this cube.
This is the right top angel on this cuboid.
This is 1 face of this shape.
This is 1 of the faces.
This is the corner of this cuboid.
This is the 1 edge of the shape.
This is the face of this shape.
This is the edge of the cuboid.
• 6. REFLECTIVE SYMMETRY.
Something has reflective symmetry if it looks the same reflected either side of a line. Such as these shapes they all have a reflective symmetry.
• 7. TRANSLATION.
Translation is when some object has been moved from its normal place. And put some were else on the page.
• 8. TESSELLATION .
A tessellation is when a shape has been repeated and covers a plane with no gaps or over laps.
• 9. WHAT IS A NET.
A net is a shape of 2d shapes or even 3d shapes just laid out
So that the person who has to put it together can find out how it would go. There is four shapes at the bottom of this page the first one is called a rectangular prism, the one after is a cube, the third one after is a net for a cuboid shape, and last but not least the prism.
This is the prism.
Rectangular prism.
This is the shape of a cuboid.
The cube.
• 10. By Candidah and Sarona.