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max math journal chap. 6,12,16

  1. 1. Journal chapters 2, 14, 16 Max Parker
  2. 2. Angles P.1• Supplementary angles are two angles that add up to 180• Complementary angles are two angles that add up two 90• Vertical angles are two angles that are opposite to each other when cut by a transversel
  3. 3. examples
  4. 4. Angles P.2• Corresponding angles are two angles that are at the same position of the transversal• Alt. interior angles are angles that are on opposite sides but inside the two lines• Alt. exterior are angles that are on opposite sides but outside the two lines• Same-side interior angles are angles that are inside the two lines on the same side of the transversal
  5. 5. Examples
  6. 6. Triangles• 6 types of triangles• Isosceles• Scalene• Equilateral• Obtuse• Acute• Right
  7. 7. Examples
  8. 8. Triangle angles• The angles of the triangle are related by all the angles added equal 180
  9. 9. examples
  10. 10. Interior/exterior angle• The relation between interior and exterior angles are that they equal 180 together
  11. 11. examples
  12. 12. Isosceles• An isosceles triangle has two equal sides
  13. 13. examples
  14. 14. polygons• A polygon is a shape with straight sides and the shape is closed. They are classified by how many sides it has• Convex polygon is a shape that points all the angles out• Regular polygons are polygons where all angles equal the same
  15. 15. Examples
  16. 16. Square• Quadrilateral is a shape with 90 degree angles and the opposites are the same
  17. 17. Examples
  18. 18. Polygons diverse• Parallelograms are parallel to each side and opposites are the same• Rectangles sides are all equal and have same characteristics as parallelogram• Rhombus is same as rectangle but has same opposite angles• Square has all the rules of the shapes• Kite has equal angles on opposite sides.
  19. 19. Examples
  20. 20. Examples
  21. 21. Sum of int. angles on polygons• To find this you take an axis and you draw lines to each angle you can, then you find out how many triangles it makes and multiply that by 180
  22. 22. Examples
  23. 23. Perimeter• To find the perimeter of the object the formula is p=2a+2b. You replace the a and b with the formula’s on the sides of the shape. Then you do the 7 step process and solve the problem.
  24. 24. Examples