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This document provides teaching and learning resources on geometrical constructions. It defines various 2D shapes like polygons, regular polygons, and irregular polygons. It lists the names of polygons according to the number of sides. It also describes 3D solids like cubes, cylinders, prisms, and pyramids. For cubes and cylinders, it provides the formulas to calculate their volume and surface area. It includes examples and diagrams of different types of prisms and pyramids. The resources were prepared by a group consisting of Vanesri Kasi, Yamuna Sandaran, and Tinagaran Magesparan for computer construction.

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Geometry In The Real World

This document defines and provides examples of basic geometric shapes including points, lines, planes, angles, triangles, squares, rectangles, circles, cylinders, spheres, pyramids and more. Each shape is defined and an everyday example is given to illustrate how the shape appears in the real world, such as street lines, TV screens, buildings, and dice. The examples show how the simple geometric properties relate to practical applications.

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This document introduces two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes to grade 1 learners. It defines two-dimensional shapes as those that have length and width but no thickness, such as lines, circles, triangles, squares and rectangles. Three-dimensional shapes have width, length and thickness, and include cubes, cones, cylinders, pyramids and spheres. The document encourages learners to complete an activity on pages 168-169 of their workbook and prepares them for a quiz by instructing them to bring out their MAPEH notebook.

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3. With the points where the diameters intersect the circle as centers, and using the radius of the circle as the radius, draw arcs above the diameters.
4. The point where the arcs intersect will be the third vertex of the equilateral triangle.
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A polygon is a simple, closed figure in a plane formed by three or more straight sides that meet only at their endpoints or vertices. Common polygons include triangles with 3 sides, quadrilaterals with 4 sides, pentagons with 5 sides, and hexagons with 6 sides. Less common polygons have 7, 9, or 12 sides. A diagonal joins two non-consecutive vertices. A regular polygon has all sides of equal length and all interior angles of equal measure. The sum of the interior angles of any polygon with n sides is (n-2)×180 degrees.

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- 4. 2D Shape Polygon Polygon is 2D shape closed figure made up of 3 or more line segments. The lines do not cross each other. Regular polygon is all the sides are equal and interior angles are same. Irregular polygons are where the sides are different length.
- 5. Number of side Name of Polygon 3 Triangle 4 square 5 pentagon 6 hexagon 7 heptagon 8 octagon 9 Nonagon 10 decagon Classifications of polygons. 2D MODAL
- 18. 3D Solid
- 20. . 3 L L L L Cube A cube is a three-dimensional figure having six matching square sides. If L is the length of one of its sides the volume of the cube is. A cube has six square shaped sides. The surface area of a cube is six times the area of one of these sides.
- 21. 2 r pi L 2 2 2 r pi L pi r Cylinder A cylinder is a space figure having two congruent circular bases that are parallel. If L is the length of a cylinder, and r is the radius of one the bases of a cylinder then the volume of the cylinder is, and the surface area is .
- 22. Prism A prism is a space figure with two congruent parallel bases that are polygons Examples: The figure below is a pentagon a prism (the bases are pentagons). The grayed lines are edges hidden from view.
- 23. The figure below is a triangular prism (the bases are triangles). The grayed lines are edges hidden from view The figure below is a hexagonal prism (the bases are hexagons). The grayed lines are edges hidden from view.
- 24. Pyramid A pyramid is a space figure with a square base and 4 triangle-shape sides. Example: The picture below is a pyramid. The grayed lines are edges hidden from view.