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Geometry is the branch of mathematics concerned with shapes and spaces. It studies points, lines, planes, angles, and other geometric objects and relationships between them. Key concepts in geometry include lines, rays, line segments, planes, parallel and intersecting lines, perpendicular lines, angles, and the different types of angles such as right, acute, obtuse, and straight angles. A geometer is a mathematician who works in the field of geometry.

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Polygons (its meaning, nature and types) for grade v

This document defines and describes different types of polygons. Polygons are 2-dimensional plane shapes made of straight lines that form a closed figure. There are regular polygons with all equal sides and angles and irregular polygons without equal sides and angles. Polygons can also be convex with no inward angles, concave with at least one internal angle greater than 180 degrees, simple with one boundary not crossing over itself, or complex intersecting with itself. The document provides examples to illustrate these different types of polygons.

Geometry 101

This document defines and describes various geometric shapes and their components. It explains points, lines, line segments, intersecting and parallel lines, rays, angles including acute, obtuse, right, supplementary and complementary angles. It also defines triangles based on their angles and sides, including acute, obtuse, right, equilateral, isosceles and scalene triangles. Additionally, it describes circle components such as the radius, diameter, circumference, chords, arcs and sectors.

Lines and line segments

Lines can be straight paths that extend indefinitely in both directions or parts of lines with two endpoints. Points specify exact positions, while intersecting lines cross at one point and parallel lines never cross. Line segments are finite parts of lines defined by two endpoints.

Chapter 1 ( Basic Concepts in Geometry )

Chapter 1 Basic Concepts in Geometry
1.1 Points, Lines and Planes
1.2 Line Segment
1.3 Rays and Angles
1.4 Some Special Angles
1.5 Angles Made By A Transversal
1.6 Transversal Across Two Parallel Lines
1.7 Conditions For Parallelism

Properties of a triangle

This document discusses various properties of triangles, including:
- Triangles have three sides, three vertices, and three angles.
- Triangles can be classified based on sides (scalene, isosceles, equilateral) and angles (acute, obtuse, right).
- Key properties include: a triangle's three medians intersect at the centroid; a triangle has three altitudes drawn from each vertex to the opposite side; the measure of a triangle's three angles sum to 180 degrees.

Classifying and Measuring Angles

This document discusses classifying and identifying different types of angles:
- It defines angles and describes four ways to name angles: using the vertex, number, or points with the vertex in the middle.
- It classifies angles as acute (<90°), right (90°), obtuse (>90°), or straight (180°) and provides examples of each.
- It explains that adjacent angles are side-by-side and share a vertex and ray, while vertical angles are opposite and congruent. Finding missing angle measures can use properties of vertical angles.

Triangles and its all types

This document defines and describes different types of triangles based on side lengths and angle measures. It also discusses properties of triangles related to similarity, including the AAA, SSS, SAS, and RHS similarity criteria. Properties of special right triangles and the Pythagorean theorem are also covered. Types of triangles described include scalene, isosceles, equilateral, acute, obtuse, and right triangles.

Classify polygons

This document defines and classifies different types of polygons. It begins by defining a polygon as a closed figure formed by line segments that intersect only at endpoints. Polygons are then classified as convex, concave, regular, or irregular based on their angles and sides. Specific polygons are also named based on the number of sides, such as triangles having 3 sides, quadrilaterals having 4 sides, etc. Regular polygons are defined as having all congruent sides and angles. The document also provides formulas for calculating the area of regular polygons based on their number of sides and apothem length. Triangles and quadrilaterals are further classified based on side lengths and angle measures.

Polygons (its meaning, nature and types) for grade v

This document defines and describes different types of polygons. Polygons are 2-dimensional plane shapes made of straight lines that form a closed figure. There are regular polygons with all equal sides and angles and irregular polygons without equal sides and angles. Polygons can also be convex with no inward angles, concave with at least one internal angle greater than 180 degrees, simple with one boundary not crossing over itself, or complex intersecting with itself. The document provides examples to illustrate these different types of polygons.

Geometry 101

This document defines and describes various geometric shapes and their components. It explains points, lines, line segments, intersecting and parallel lines, rays, angles including acute, obtuse, right, supplementary and complementary angles. It also defines triangles based on their angles and sides, including acute, obtuse, right, equilateral, isosceles and scalene triangles. Additionally, it describes circle components such as the radius, diameter, circumference, chords, arcs and sectors.

Lines and line segments

Lines can be straight paths that extend indefinitely in both directions or parts of lines with two endpoints. Points specify exact positions, while intersecting lines cross at one point and parallel lines never cross. Line segments are finite parts of lines defined by two endpoints.

Chapter 1 ( Basic Concepts in Geometry )

Chapter 1 Basic Concepts in Geometry
1.1 Points, Lines and Planes
1.2 Line Segment
1.3 Rays and Angles
1.4 Some Special Angles
1.5 Angles Made By A Transversal
1.6 Transversal Across Two Parallel Lines
1.7 Conditions For Parallelism

Properties of a triangle

This document discusses various properties of triangles, including:
- Triangles have three sides, three vertices, and three angles.
- Triangles can be classified based on sides (scalene, isosceles, equilateral) and angles (acute, obtuse, right).
- Key properties include: a triangle's three medians intersect at the centroid; a triangle has three altitudes drawn from each vertex to the opposite side; the measure of a triangle's three angles sum to 180 degrees.

Classifying and Measuring Angles

This document discusses classifying and identifying different types of angles:
- It defines angles and describes four ways to name angles: using the vertex, number, or points with the vertex in the middle.
- It classifies angles as acute (<90°), right (90°), obtuse (>90°), or straight (180°) and provides examples of each.
- It explains that adjacent angles are side-by-side and share a vertex and ray, while vertical angles are opposite and congruent. Finding missing angle measures can use properties of vertical angles.

Triangles and its all types

This document defines and describes different types of triangles based on side lengths and angle measures. It also discusses properties of triangles related to similarity, including the AAA, SSS, SAS, and RHS similarity criteria. Properties of special right triangles and the Pythagorean theorem are also covered. Types of triangles described include scalene, isosceles, equilateral, acute, obtuse, and right triangles.

Classify polygons

This document defines and classifies different types of polygons. It begins by defining a polygon as a closed figure formed by line segments that intersect only at endpoints. Polygons are then classified as convex, concave, regular, or irregular based on their angles and sides. Specific polygons are also named based on the number of sides, such as triangles having 3 sides, quadrilaterals having 4 sides, etc. Regular polygons are defined as having all congruent sides and angles. The document also provides formulas for calculating the area of regular polygons based on their number of sides and apothem length. Triangles and quadrilaterals are further classified based on side lengths and angle measures.

Angles formed by parallel lines cut by transversal

If parallel lines are cut by a transversal, eight angles are formed that have specific relationships. Corresponding angles are congruent. Alternate interior angles and alternate exterior angles are congruent. Interior angles and exterior angles on the same side of the transversal are supplementary. The document provides examples of angle measurements that illustrate these properties and includes practice problems asking to determine angle measures using these relationships.

Polygons

Chapter 3 Polygons
3.1 Definition
3.2 Terminology
3.3 Sum Of Interior Angles Of A Polygon
3.4 Sum Of Exterior Angles Of A Polygon
3.5 Diagonals in one vertex of any Polygon
3.6 Diagonals in any vertices of a Polygon
3.7 Quadrilaterals

Plane Geometry

This document provides an overview of key concepts in plane geometry covered in Chapter 5, including points, lines, planes, angles, parallel and perpendicular lines, triangles, polygons, coordinate geometry, congruence, transformations, and tessellations. Specific topics discussed include classifying angles, properties of parallel lines cut by a transversal, the triangle sum theorem, types of triangles and polygons, finding total angle measures of polygons, and using coordinate geometry. Homework problems are provided at the end of sections for additional practice.

Basic geometry

Geometry is the study of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids. It includes basic terms like points, lines, line segments, rays, planes, and angles. Key concepts are defined such as parallel and intersecting lines, acute, obtuse, right, complementary and supplementary angles. The document also covers perimeter, area of squares, rectangles, triangles and circles. It introduces volume and surface area, and defines common 3D shapes like cubes, cylinders and spheres, providing formulas to calculate their volume and surface area.

Angles: Naming, Types, and How to Measure Them

This document defines angles and describes how to name, classify, and measure them. It discusses the key terms related to angles including vertex, arms, degrees, and protractor. There are four main types of angles: acute angles which are less than 90 degrees, right angles which are 90 degrees, obtuse angles which are greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees, and straight angles which are 180 degrees. The document demonstrates how to use a protractor to accurately measure the degree of an angle.

Introduction to algebra

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Angles ppt

1) The document defines an angle as being formed by two rays with a common endpoint called the vertex. Angles can have points in their interior, exterior, or on the angle.
2) There are three main ways to name an angle: using three points with the vertex in the middle, using just the vertex point when it is the only angle with that vertex, or using a number within the angle.
3) There are four types of angles: acute, right, obtuse, and straight. Angles are measured in degrees with a full circle being 360 degrees.

Angles

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Angles and Measures

This document discusses different systems for measuring angles:
1) Degrees are the most common unit and there are 360 degrees in a full rotation.
2) Revolutions measure a full rotation, with one revolution equaling 360 degrees.
3) Radians measure the angle intercepted by an arc whose length is equal to the radius of the containing circle. One radian is the measure of a central angle that intercepts an arc equal to the radius.

triangles geometry

The document defines and describes the different parts and types of triangles. It discusses the primary parts of a triangle including sides, angles, and vertices. It then describes the secondary parts such as the median, altitude, and angle bisector. The document outlines the different types of triangles according to their angles, including acute, obtuse, right, and equiangular triangles. It also defines triangle types according to their sides, such as scalene, isosceles, and equilateral triangles. In the end, it provides an activity to test the reader's understanding of these triangle concepts.

Geometry presentation

Geometry is the branch of mathematics concerned with properties of points, lines, angles, curves, surfaces and solids. It involves visualizing shapes, sizes, patterns and positions. The presentation introduced basic concepts like different types of lines, rays and angles. It also discussed plane figures from kindergarten to 8th grade, including classifying shapes by number of sides. Space figures like cubes and pyramids were demonstrated by having students construct 3D models. The concepts of tessellation, symmetry, and line of symmetry were explained.

Triangle ppt

This document provides an overview of triangles, including definitions, types, properties, secondary parts, congruency, and area calculations. It defines a triangle as a 3-sided polygon with three angles and vertices. Triangles are classified by side lengths as equilateral, isosceles, or scalene, and by angle measures as acute, obtuse, or right. Key properties discussed include the angle sum theorem, exterior angle theorem, and Pythagorean theorem. Secondary parts like medians, altitudes, perpendicular bisectors, and angle bisectors are also defined. Tests for triangle congruency such as SSS, SAS, ASA, and RHS are outlined. Formulas are provided for calculating the areas of

Basic geometric elements

The document defines and describes basic geometric terms including:
- Points have no size and specify an exact location. Lines intersect at common points.
- Straight lines extend forever in one direction while rays have a starting point and extend in one direction.
- Angles are formed by two rays with a common endpoint called the vertex. Angles are measured in degrees and can be acute, right, obtuse, flat, or full.
- Polygons are closed figures formed by connecting line segments. Regular polygons have equal sides and angles while irregular polygons do not.

LINES AND ANGLE PPT

This document defines and provides examples of various types of angles and lines. It begins with an introduction to lines and angles. It then defines basic terms like rays, lines, and line segments. It discusses intersecting and non-intersecting lines. It also defines and provides examples of perpendicular lines, acute angles, right angles, obtuse angles, straight angles, reflex angles, and adjacent angles. The document concludes by acknowledging the teacher for providing the opportunity to research and learn about lines and angles.

Circle and its parts

This document defines and describes various parts of a circle including the radius, diameter, chord, arc, secant, and tangent. It explains that a circle is a closed curve where all points are equidistant from the center. A radius is a line from the center to the edge, a diameter connects two points on the edge passing through the center, and a chord connects any two edge points. An arc is part of the edge between two points, and a semicircle is half of a full circle. Secants and tangents are lines that intersect the circle at one or more points.

Angle Pairs

The document defines and provides examples of complementary angles, supplementary angles, linear pairs, and vertical angles. It also states the Complement Theorem, Supplement Theorem, Linear Pair Postulate, and Vertical Angle Theorem. Several word problems are included where the value of x and angle measurements are solved for given complementary, supplementary, or congruent angle relationships.

Lines and angles

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ppt on circles

A PowerPoint presentation on circles defines key terms like diameter, radius, circumference, chord, tangent, and sectors. It presents a theorem stating that for any external point, the lengths of the two tangents drawn to a circle are equal, and the angles between each tangent and the line segment joining the point to the circle's center are also equal. A proof of the theorem is provided using properties of congruent triangles.

Ppt on quadrilateral

This document provides an overview of different types of quadrilaterals. It begins with a definition of a quadrilateral as a four-sided polygon with 360 degrees of interior angles. It then describes various quadrilaterals like trapezoids, parallelograms, rectangles, rhombi, and squares by their defining properties such as number of parallel sides, right angles, and side lengths. Kites are also discussed as a special type of quadrilateral with two pairs of equal adjacent sides and perpendicular diagonals where one bisects the other. The document aims to classify and distinguish between different quadrilaterals.

Complementary And Supplementary Angles

Complementary angles add up to 90 degrees, while supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees. The document provides examples of finding complementary angles by subtracting an acute angle from 90 degrees, and finding supplementary angles by subtracting an acute angle from 180 degrees. It concludes by thanking the audience.

Coordinate Plane[1]

The coordinate plane is formed by two perpendicular number lines intersecting at their zero points. It is divided into four quadrants by the x-axis and y-axis. An ordered pair (x, y) assigns a point's location by its x and y coordinates. To plot a point, start at the origin and locate the x value on the x-axis, then move up or down to the y value.

Multiplying by two-and_three digit

The document provides step-by-step instructions for multiplying two- and three-digit numbers by a one-digit number. It explains that the process involves multiplying the ones place values first, carrying values to the next place if needed, and then multiplying each subsequent place value while accounting for any carried values. Two examples are worked through applying these steps: multiplying 45 by 5 to get 225, and multiplying 364 by 4 to get 1,456.

Angles formed by parallel lines cut by transversal

If parallel lines are cut by a transversal, eight angles are formed that have specific relationships. Corresponding angles are congruent. Alternate interior angles and alternate exterior angles are congruent. Interior angles and exterior angles on the same side of the transversal are supplementary. The document provides examples of angle measurements that illustrate these properties and includes practice problems asking to determine angle measures using these relationships.

Polygons

Chapter 3 Polygons
3.1 Definition
3.2 Terminology
3.3 Sum Of Interior Angles Of A Polygon
3.4 Sum Of Exterior Angles Of A Polygon
3.5 Diagonals in one vertex of any Polygon
3.6 Diagonals in any vertices of a Polygon
3.7 Quadrilaterals

Plane Geometry

This document provides an overview of key concepts in plane geometry covered in Chapter 5, including points, lines, planes, angles, parallel and perpendicular lines, triangles, polygons, coordinate geometry, congruence, transformations, and tessellations. Specific topics discussed include classifying angles, properties of parallel lines cut by a transversal, the triangle sum theorem, types of triangles and polygons, finding total angle measures of polygons, and using coordinate geometry. Homework problems are provided at the end of sections for additional practice.

Basic geometry

Geometry is the study of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids. It includes basic terms like points, lines, line segments, rays, planes, and angles. Key concepts are defined such as parallel and intersecting lines, acute, obtuse, right, complementary and supplementary angles. The document also covers perimeter, area of squares, rectangles, triangles and circles. It introduces volume and surface area, and defines common 3D shapes like cubes, cylinders and spheres, providing formulas to calculate their volume and surface area.

Angles: Naming, Types, and How to Measure Them

This document defines angles and describes how to name, classify, and measure them. It discusses the key terms related to angles including vertex, arms, degrees, and protractor. There are four main types of angles: acute angles which are less than 90 degrees, right angles which are 90 degrees, obtuse angles which are greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees, and straight angles which are 180 degrees. The document demonstrates how to use a protractor to accurately measure the degree of an angle.

Introduction to algebra

This is an interactive presentation which contains the information about Algebra for student-teacher , who are going to teach maths. Further, it contains information about the curriculum alignment and objectives of algebraic teaching which are mentioned in Curriculum of Pakistan.

Angles ppt

1) The document defines an angle as being formed by two rays with a common endpoint called the vertex. Angles can have points in their interior, exterior, or on the angle.
2) There are three main ways to name an angle: using three points with the vertex in the middle, using just the vertex point when it is the only angle with that vertex, or using a number within the angle.
3) There are four types of angles: acute, right, obtuse, and straight. Angles are measured in degrees with a full circle being 360 degrees.

Angles

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- Parts of Angles
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- Measuring Angles
The Assignment on the last slide is for them to have a background on the next lesson.

Angles and Measures

This document discusses different systems for measuring angles:
1) Degrees are the most common unit and there are 360 degrees in a full rotation.
2) Revolutions measure a full rotation, with one revolution equaling 360 degrees.
3) Radians measure the angle intercepted by an arc whose length is equal to the radius of the containing circle. One radian is the measure of a central angle that intercepts an arc equal to the radius.

triangles geometry

The document defines and describes the different parts and types of triangles. It discusses the primary parts of a triangle including sides, angles, and vertices. It then describes the secondary parts such as the median, altitude, and angle bisector. The document outlines the different types of triangles according to their angles, including acute, obtuse, right, and equiangular triangles. It also defines triangle types according to their sides, such as scalene, isosceles, and equilateral triangles. In the end, it provides an activity to test the reader's understanding of these triangle concepts.

Geometry presentation

Geometry is the branch of mathematics concerned with properties of points, lines, angles, curves, surfaces and solids. It involves visualizing shapes, sizes, patterns and positions. The presentation introduced basic concepts like different types of lines, rays and angles. It also discussed plane figures from kindergarten to 8th grade, including classifying shapes by number of sides. Space figures like cubes and pyramids were demonstrated by having students construct 3D models. The concepts of tessellation, symmetry, and line of symmetry were explained.

Triangle ppt

This document provides an overview of triangles, including definitions, types, properties, secondary parts, congruency, and area calculations. It defines a triangle as a 3-sided polygon with three angles and vertices. Triangles are classified by side lengths as equilateral, isosceles, or scalene, and by angle measures as acute, obtuse, or right. Key properties discussed include the angle sum theorem, exterior angle theorem, and Pythagorean theorem. Secondary parts like medians, altitudes, perpendicular bisectors, and angle bisectors are also defined. Tests for triangle congruency such as SSS, SAS, ASA, and RHS are outlined. Formulas are provided for calculating the areas of

Basic geometric elements

The document defines and describes basic geometric terms including:
- Points have no size and specify an exact location. Lines intersect at common points.
- Straight lines extend forever in one direction while rays have a starting point and extend in one direction.
- Angles are formed by two rays with a common endpoint called the vertex. Angles are measured in degrees and can be acute, right, obtuse, flat, or full.
- Polygons are closed figures formed by connecting line segments. Regular polygons have equal sides and angles while irregular polygons do not.

LINES AND ANGLE PPT

This document defines and provides examples of various types of angles and lines. It begins with an introduction to lines and angles. It then defines basic terms like rays, lines, and line segments. It discusses intersecting and non-intersecting lines. It also defines and provides examples of perpendicular lines, acute angles, right angles, obtuse angles, straight angles, reflex angles, and adjacent angles. The document concludes by acknowledging the teacher for providing the opportunity to research and learn about lines and angles.

Circle and its parts

This document defines and describes various parts of a circle including the radius, diameter, chord, arc, secant, and tangent. It explains that a circle is a closed curve where all points are equidistant from the center. A radius is a line from the center to the edge, a diameter connects two points on the edge passing through the center, and a chord connects any two edge points. An arc is part of the edge between two points, and a semicircle is half of a full circle. Secants and tangents are lines that intersect the circle at one or more points.

Angle Pairs

The document defines and provides examples of complementary angles, supplementary angles, linear pairs, and vertical angles. It also states the Complement Theorem, Supplement Theorem, Linear Pair Postulate, and Vertical Angle Theorem. Several word problems are included where the value of x and angle measurements are solved for given complementary, supplementary, or congruent angle relationships.

Lines and angles

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ppt on circles

A PowerPoint presentation on circles defines key terms like diameter, radius, circumference, chord, tangent, and sectors. It presents a theorem stating that for any external point, the lengths of the two tangents drawn to a circle are equal, and the angles between each tangent and the line segment joining the point to the circle's center are also equal. A proof of the theorem is provided using properties of congruent triangles.

Ppt on quadrilateral

This document provides an overview of different types of quadrilaterals. It begins with a definition of a quadrilateral as a four-sided polygon with 360 degrees of interior angles. It then describes various quadrilaterals like trapezoids, parallelograms, rectangles, rhombi, and squares by their defining properties such as number of parallel sides, right angles, and side lengths. Kites are also discussed as a special type of quadrilateral with two pairs of equal adjacent sides and perpendicular diagonals where one bisects the other. The document aims to classify and distinguish between different quadrilaterals.

Complementary And Supplementary Angles

Complementary angles add up to 90 degrees, while supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees. The document provides examples of finding complementary angles by subtracting an acute angle from 90 degrees, and finding supplementary angles by subtracting an acute angle from 180 degrees. It concludes by thanking the audience.

Angles formed by parallel lines cut by transversal

Angles formed by parallel lines cut by transversal

Polygons

Polygons

Plane Geometry

Plane Geometry

Basic geometry

Basic geometry

Angles: Naming, Types, and How to Measure Them

Angles: Naming, Types, and How to Measure Them

Introduction to algebra

Introduction to algebra

Angles ppt

Angles ppt

Angles

Angles

Angles and Measures

Angles and Measures

triangles geometry

triangles geometry

Geometry presentation

Geometry presentation

Triangle ppt

Triangle ppt

Basic geometric elements

Basic geometric elements

LINES AND ANGLE PPT

LINES AND ANGLE PPT

Circle and its parts

Circle and its parts

Angle Pairs

Angle Pairs

Lines and angles

Lines and angles

ppt on circles

ppt on circles

Ppt on quadrilateral

Ppt on quadrilateral

Complementary And Supplementary Angles

Complementary And Supplementary Angles

Coordinate Plane[1]

The coordinate plane is formed by two perpendicular number lines intersecting at their zero points. It is divided into four quadrants by the x-axis and y-axis. An ordered pair (x, y) assigns a point's location by its x and y coordinates. To plot a point, start at the origin and locate the x value on the x-axis, then move up or down to the y value.

Multiplying by two-and_three digit

The document provides step-by-step instructions for multiplying two- and three-digit numbers by a one-digit number. It explains that the process involves multiplying the ones place values first, carrying values to the next place if needed, and then multiplying each subsequent place value while accounting for any carried values. Two examples are worked through applying these steps: multiplying 45 by 5 to get 225, and multiplying 364 by 4 to get 1,456.

Divide

This document provides instructions for dividing multi-digit numbers by one-digit divisors using the "family method". It explains the parts of a division problem and the steps to solve it. The family method involves finding the closest multiple (Father), multiplying it by the divisor (Mother), subtracting (Sister), and bringing down the next digit (Brother). Examples are provided to demonstrate solving a full division problem using this step-by-step method. Students are assigned practice problems to reinforce the technique.

Bunny Metrics

The document provides instructions for converting between metric units using a technique called "bunny hopping" where you place an X over the known unit and an O over the desired unit and then hop your magic bunny from the X to the O to determine how many places to move the decimal point. It demonstrates this process with examples of converting 1 cm to mm and 10 mm to cm. The key is to hop the decimal the same number of places in the same direction to correctly perform the conversion.

Quadrilaterals

Quadrilaterals are polygons with 4 sides and 4 angles. Parallelograms have two sets of parallel opposite sides, rectangles have two sets of parallel sides and four right angles and are a type of parallelogram, squares have four equal sides, four right angles and are both rectangles and parallelograms, rhombuses are parallelograms with four equal sides but not necessarily right angles, and trapezoids only have one set of parallel sides and are not parallelograms.

Elapsed Time

Joseph left home at 9:57 AM and returned at 4:08 PM. Using two T-charts, one for hours and one for minutes, it is determined that the elapsed time was 6 hours and 11 minutes. Emma went to a movie starting at 1:17 PM lasting 2 hours and 56 minutes, so the movie ended at 4:13 PM. Jack took a road trip from 10:32 AM to 3:06 PM, and his trip time was calculated as 4 hours and 34 minutes using the T-chart method.

Arnolds Busy Day Telling Time

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Fractions and decimals made easy

This document provides an introduction to and overview of a book about fractions and decimals. It discusses how fractions and decimals are used in everyday life. The book aims to teach fractions and decimals in an easy, step-by-step manner for students to learn or review these math concepts on their own or with help. It covers topics like proper and improper fractions, comparing and estimating fractions, equivalent fractions, adding and subtracting fractions, decimals, and more.

Intro to decimals

A decimal represents a part of a whole number and is used to represent fractions or amounts less than one. It is commonly used to represent monetary amounts by showing the fractional part of a dollar. To read a decimal, you say the whole number followed by the name of the place value of the decimal place being read, such as twelve and thirty-five hundredths for 12.35. Decimals can be compared by writing them with lined up decimal points and ordering them place value by place value from largest to smallest.

Los poligonos

Este documento define los polígonos y sus elementos básicos como lados, vértices y ángulos. Explica que los polígonos se clasifican como regulares e irregulares dependiendo de si sus lados y ángulos son iguales o no. Luego describe los diferentes tipos de polígonos según el número de lados, incluyendo triángulos, cuadriláteros, pentágonos y más. Finalmente, profundiza en la clasificación y características de triángulos y cuadriláteros específicos.

Coordinate Plane[1]

Coordinate Plane[1]

Multiplying by two-and_three digit

Multiplying by two-and_three digit

Divide

Divide

Bunny Metrics

Bunny Metrics

Quadrilaterals

Quadrilaterals

Elapsed Time

Elapsed Time

Arnolds Busy Day Telling Time

Arnolds Busy Day Telling Time

Fractions and decimals made easy

Fractions and decimals made easy

Intro to decimals

Intro to decimals

Los poligonos

Los poligonos

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Drawing Lessons

Geometry

This document defines and describes basic geometry terms including: point, line, line segment, ray, plane, parallel lines, intersecting lines, angles, and the four angle types - right, straight, acute, and obtuse. Key details provided include definitions of each term, examples, and illustrations to demonstrate the concepts.

Lines and angles

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- 3. GeometryGeometry Point Line Line segment Ray Plane Parallel lines Intersecting lines Perpendicular lines Angles
- 6. Line segmentLine segment Part of a line that has two endpoints. The part of a line with two definite end points is called line segment
- 7. RayRay Part of a line that has one endpoint and extends endlessly in the other direction
- 8. PlanePlane An endless, flat surface that is named by more than two points not on the same line.
- 9. Parallel LinesParallel Lines Lines do not intersect but are in the same plane . Lines are parallel if they lie in the same plane, and are the same distance apart over their entire length
- 10. Intersecting LinesIntersecting Lines Lines meet at one point. Two lines are called intersecting lines if they have a common point the common point is called the point of intersection.
- 11. Lines form a right angle. A line is perpendicular to another if it meets or crosses it at right angles (90°). Perpendicular LinesPerpendicular Lines
- 12. AnglesAngles An angle is formed when two rays have the same endpoint. This endpoint is called the vertex. The two rays that form the angle are called sides.
- 13. There are four types of angles Right angle Straight angle Acute angle Obtuse angle
- 14. Right angle A right angle is an internal angle which is equal to 90°.
- 15. Straight AngleStraight Angle If an angle’s measure is 180°, it is called a straight angle. Straight angles are just lines with three points on them.
- 16. Acute Angles An acute angle is an angle whose measure is less than 90°. For these kinds of angles, a square could not fit perfectly at the intersection of the two lines that form them.
- 17. Obtuse Angles An Obtuse Angle is more than 90° but less than 180°
- 18. ReviewReview Name each pictureName each picture Ray Parallel lines Line 1. 2. 3.
- 19. ReviewReview Name each pictureName each picture Acute angle Line segment Point 5.
- 20. ReviewReview Name each pictureName each picture Intersecting lines Perpendicular and Intersecting lines Plane