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Week 6 - Parallelogram - PART 2.pptx

This document discusses properties of parallelograms, rectangles, rhombi, and squares. It defines these shapes and lists their key properties, such as opposite sides being parallel and equal lengths. Examples are given of finding missing values and angles when given information about the dimensions or angles of these quadrilaterals. The final slides reference additional math textbooks for more information.

Week 6 parallelogram

This document discusses different types of quadrilaterals including parallelograms, rectangles, squares, rhombuses, and trapezoids. It provides definitions and properties of each shape. Specifically for parallelograms, it outlines four key properties: opposite sides are parallel and congruent, opposite angles are congruent, and diagonals bisect each other. Examples are given to demonstrate using these properties to determine missing angle measures, side lengths, and whether a shape satisfies the definition of a parallelogram. Rectangles and squares are defined as special types of parallelograms with additional properties like right angles.

10.4 notes

A quadrilateral is a closed shape with four line segments that intersect only at their endpoints. The sum of the interior angles of any quadrilateral is always 360 degrees. This document provides information about different types of quadrilaterals based on their properties, including whether they have parallel sides and equal angles or sides. It also includes formulas for finding the area and perimeter of rectangles.

8.3 quadrilaterals

- The document discusses classifying triangles and quadrilaterals based on their side lengths and angles. It defines different types of quadrilaterals such as parallelograms, rectangles, rhombuses, trapezoids, and squares.
- Examples are provided for classifying quadrilaterals and finding unknown angle measures using the fact that the sum of interior angles in any quadrilateral is always 360 degrees.
- Students are assigned homework problems involving classifying triangles and quadrilaterals and finding unknown angle measures.

Triangles

Triangles have three sides and three vertexes. The sum of the interior angles of any triangle is always 180 degrees. Triangles can be classified based on side length as either equilateral, isosceles, or scalene triangles, or based on angle measure as either right, obtuse, or acute triangles.

Quadrilateral

This document discusses different types of quadrilaterals including their definitions and properties. It defines convex and concave quadrilaterals, and describes properties of specific quadrilaterals like parallelograms, rectangles, squares, rhombi, trapezoids, and kites. It also discusses the midpoint theorem and its converse, proving that the line through the midpoint of one side of a triangle parallel to another side bisects the third side.

Vijiareaofcube 140827093910-phpapp02

The document discusses the properties of a cube. It defines a cube as a three-dimensional solid object with six square faces or sides and three sides meeting at each vertex at 90 degree angles. It provides the formulas to calculate the lateral surface area (LSA) and total surface area (TSA) of a cube given the length of one side (a) as LSA = 4a^2 and TSA = 6a^2. It then works through examples of finding the LSA and TSA of cubes with sides of 3cm, 5cm, and 6cm.

Quadrilaterals

1) A quadrilateral is a plane figure with four sides and four vertices. There are different types of quadrilaterals classified based on their properties.
2) Parallelograms have two sets of parallel sides and opposite angles are equal. Specific types of parallelograms include rectangles, rhombi, and squares.
3) Trapezoids have only one set of parallel sides, while kites have two pairs of equal adjacent sides that meet at equal angles.

Week 6 - Parallelogram - PART 2.pptx

This document discusses properties of parallelograms, rectangles, rhombi, and squares. It defines these shapes and lists their key properties, such as opposite sides being parallel and equal lengths. Examples are given of finding missing values and angles when given information about the dimensions or angles of these quadrilaterals. The final slides reference additional math textbooks for more information.

Week 6 parallelogram

This document discusses different types of quadrilaterals including parallelograms, rectangles, squares, rhombuses, and trapezoids. It provides definitions and properties of each shape. Specifically for parallelograms, it outlines four key properties: opposite sides are parallel and congruent, opposite angles are congruent, and diagonals bisect each other. Examples are given to demonstrate using these properties to determine missing angle measures, side lengths, and whether a shape satisfies the definition of a parallelogram. Rectangles and squares are defined as special types of parallelograms with additional properties like right angles.

10.4 notes

A quadrilateral is a closed shape with four line segments that intersect only at their endpoints. The sum of the interior angles of any quadrilateral is always 360 degrees. This document provides information about different types of quadrilaterals based on their properties, including whether they have parallel sides and equal angles or sides. It also includes formulas for finding the area and perimeter of rectangles.

8.3 quadrilaterals

- The document discusses classifying triangles and quadrilaterals based on their side lengths and angles. It defines different types of quadrilaterals such as parallelograms, rectangles, rhombuses, trapezoids, and squares.
- Examples are provided for classifying quadrilaterals and finding unknown angle measures using the fact that the sum of interior angles in any quadrilateral is always 360 degrees.
- Students are assigned homework problems involving classifying triangles and quadrilaterals and finding unknown angle measures.

Triangles

Triangles have three sides and three vertexes. The sum of the interior angles of any triangle is always 180 degrees. Triangles can be classified based on side length as either equilateral, isosceles, or scalene triangles, or based on angle measure as either right, obtuse, or acute triangles.

Quadrilateral

This document discusses different types of quadrilaterals including their definitions and properties. It defines convex and concave quadrilaterals, and describes properties of specific quadrilaterals like parallelograms, rectangles, squares, rhombi, trapezoids, and kites. It also discusses the midpoint theorem and its converse, proving that the line through the midpoint of one side of a triangle parallel to another side bisects the third side.

Vijiareaofcube 140827093910-phpapp02

The document discusses the properties of a cube. It defines a cube as a three-dimensional solid object with six square faces or sides and three sides meeting at each vertex at 90 degree angles. It provides the formulas to calculate the lateral surface area (LSA) and total surface area (TSA) of a cube given the length of one side (a) as LSA = 4a^2 and TSA = 6a^2. It then works through examples of finding the LSA and TSA of cubes with sides of 3cm, 5cm, and 6cm.

Quadrilaterals

1) A quadrilateral is a plane figure with four sides and four vertices. There are different types of quadrilaterals classified based on their properties.
2) Parallelograms have two sets of parallel sides and opposite angles are equal. Specific types of parallelograms include rectangles, rhombi, and squares.
3) Trapezoids have only one set of parallel sides, while kites have two pairs of equal adjacent sides that meet at equal angles.

Quadrilaterals

We gratefully acknowledge our maths teacher for helping us prepare this PowerPoint presentation on types of quadrilaterals. The document then defines and describes the key properties of various quadrilaterals including parallelograms, rectangles, squares, rhombi, trapezoids, kites, and the use of midpoints and diagonals to prove geometric theorems.

Quadrilateral

This document defines and classifies different types of quadrilaterals. It begins by defining a quadrilateral as a two-dimensional figure with four straight sides and four vertices, where the sum of the interior angles is always 360 degrees. It then classifies quadrilaterals based on the parallelism of their sides into parallelograms, trapezoids, and trapezoids. Parallelograms are further divided into squares, rectangles, rhombuses, and rhomboids based on their side lengths and angle measures. Trapezoids are separated into rectangle trapezoids, isosceles trapezoids, and scalene trapezoids depending on their parallel sides and

9.1 Properties of Polygons

Name polygons based on their number of sides
Classify polygons
Calculate and use the measures of interior and exterior angles

Quadrilaterals & their properties(anmol)

This document defines and compares different types of quadrilaterals. It discusses their defining properties, including:
- Quadrilaterals have four sides and the interior angles sum to 360 degrees.
- Specific types include parallelograms, rectangles, squares, rhombuses, trapezoids, and kites. Each have unique properties like pairs of parallel sides, right angles, or congruent sides.
- Trapezoids can be either isosceles, with two equal legs, or general with unequal legs. Properties like median length and diagonal length are described.

9th Maths - Quadrilateral and Its Types

The document provides information about quadrilaterals including definitions, types of quadrilaterals, and properties of quadrilaterals. It begins by defining a quadrilateral and listing the eight main types: parallelogram, rectangle, rhombus, square, trapezium, isosceles trapezium, kite I, and kite II. It then presents eight theorems proving various properties of quadrilaterals, such as the sum of interior angles equaling 360°, opposite sides being congruent, and diagonals bisecting each other. It concludes by providing three example problems solving for angles and side lengths of various quadrilaterals. The overall document serves as a comprehensive overview of quadril

Konnors Guide Of Geomery

This document provides an overview of key geometry concepts including:
- Lines, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, circles, and other polygons. It defines types of lines, angles, triangles based on side lengths and angle measures.
- It also defines key quadrilaterals such as parallelograms, rectangles, squares, and trapezoids. Formulas are provided for calculating the areas of these shapes.
- Circles are defined in terms of chords, diameters, arcs, radii, sectors, and circumference. The formula for calculating the area of a circle is also provided.
- Other polygons such as hexagons, octagons, and regular polygons are briefly introduced.

Maths porject work - quadrilaterals - nihal gour

This document discusses different types of quadrilaterals. It defines a quadrilateral as a polygon with four sides and provides definitions for specific types including trapezoids, parallelograms, rectangles, rhombuses, squares, and kites. It also includes a taxonomic classification chart showing the relationships between different quadrilaterals and provides some properties of parallelograms, rectangles, rhombuses, and squares.

Practical geometry for class 8th

This document discusses how to construct quadrilaterals given certain measurements. It provides examples of constructing quadrilaterals when given: 1) four sides and one diagonal, 2) two diagonals and three sides, 3) two adjacent sides and three angles, 4) three sides and two included angles, and 5) other special properties. Step-by-step instructions and diagrams are used to demonstrate constructing specific quadrilaterals based on given measurements.

Quadrilaterals

A quadrilateral is a shape with four sides and four vertices. There are several types of quadrilaterals including parallelograms, rectangles, squares, trapezoids, and kites. All quadrilaterals have an interior angle sum of 360 degrees. Parallelograms have both pairs of opposite sides parallel and equal in length, while rectangles and squares are types of parallelograms with additional properties.

Quadrilateral Family[1] Rashmi Kathuria

1) The document introduces students to different types of quadrilaterals including parallelograms, rectangles, trapezoids, and provides examples found in daily life.
2) Key properties of parallelograms, rectangles, rhombus, squares, and trapezoids are defined such as opposite sides being parallel, right angles, and equal or congruent sides.
3) A quiz is provided to test understanding of different quadrilateral types.

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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

Geometry of shapes

This document defines and explains properties of various quadrilaterals:
- Parallelograms have two pairs of parallel sides and opposite sides are congruent and angles are congruent. The diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other.
- Rectangles are parallelograms with four right angles. Squares are rectangles with four congruent sides.
- Rhombuses are parallelograms with four congruent sides. The diagonals of a rhombus are perpendicular.
- Trapezoids have one pair of parallel sides called bases. The median of a trapezoid is parallel to its bases and is half the sum of the bases.

Super shapes

This document discusses different ways of categorizing shapes based on their properties like sides, angles, and whether they can tile. It introduces categories of quadrilaterals based on parallel sides and provides examples of shapes that do and do not tile. Formulas are presented for calculating the interior angle sums of polygons using the Triangle-In-A method or the formula of number of sides minus two times 180 degrees. Exterior angles are defined as those created when sides of a polygon are extended and their relationship to interior angles is explained.

Geometry 4 Dummies

This document defines and provides area formulas for common quadrilaterals: trapezoids have one set of parallel sides and two congruent angles; parallelograms have opposite sides that are congruent and parallel; rectangles have two sets of parallel sides and right angles; rhombuses have four equal sides; and squares have equal sides and right angles. The area formulas provided are: for rectangles, length times width; for squares, the length of a side squared; for parallelograms, base times height; and for trapezoids, the average of the top and bottom bases times the height.

Geometry 4 Dummies

This document defines and provides area formulas for common quadrilaterals: trapezoids have one set of parallel sides and two congruent angles; parallelograms have opposite sides that are congruent and parallel; rectangles have two sets of parallel sides and right angles; rhombuses have four equal sides; and squares have equal sides and right angles. The area formulas provided are: for rectangles, length times width; for squares, the length of a side squared; for parallelograms, base times height; and for trapezoids, the average of the top and bottom bases times the height.

Geometry 4 Dummies

This document defines and provides area formulas for common quadrilaterals: trapezoids have one set of parallel sides and two congruent angles; parallelograms have opposite sides that are congruent and parallel; rectangles have two sets of parallel sides and right angles; rhombuses have four equal sides; and squares have equal sides and right angles. The area formulas provided are: for rectangles, length times width; for squares, the length of a side squared; for parallelograms, base times height; and for trapezoids, the average of the top and bottom bases times the height.

Geometry 4 Dummies

A quadrilateral is a shape with four sides. A trapezoid has one pair of parallel lines and two congruent angles. A parallelogram has opposite sides that are congruent and parallel. A rectangle has two pairs of parallel lines and congruent angles. A rhombus has four equal sides and angles. To find the area of a rectangle, multiply length by width. To find the area of a square, multiply the length of a side by itself. To find the area of a parallelogram, multiply the base by the height. To find the area of a trapezoid, take the average of the top and bottom lengths and multiply by the height.

Quadrilaterals

We gratefully acknowledge our maths teacher for helping us prepare this PowerPoint presentation on types of quadrilaterals. The document then defines and describes the key properties of various quadrilaterals including parallelograms, rectangles, squares, rhombi, trapezoids, kites, and the use of midpoints and diagonals to prove geometric theorems.

Quadrilateral

This document defines and classifies different types of quadrilaterals. It begins by defining a quadrilateral as a two-dimensional figure with four straight sides and four vertices, where the sum of the interior angles is always 360 degrees. It then classifies quadrilaterals based on the parallelism of their sides into parallelograms, trapezoids, and trapezoids. Parallelograms are further divided into squares, rectangles, rhombuses, and rhomboids based on their side lengths and angle measures. Trapezoids are separated into rectangle trapezoids, isosceles trapezoids, and scalene trapezoids depending on their parallel sides and

9.1 Properties of Polygons

Name polygons based on their number of sides
Classify polygons
Calculate and use the measures of interior and exterior angles

Quadrilaterals & their properties(anmol)

This document defines and compares different types of quadrilaterals. It discusses their defining properties, including:
- Quadrilaterals have four sides and the interior angles sum to 360 degrees.
- Specific types include parallelograms, rectangles, squares, rhombuses, trapezoids, and kites. Each have unique properties like pairs of parallel sides, right angles, or congruent sides.
- Trapezoids can be either isosceles, with two equal legs, or general with unequal legs. Properties like median length and diagonal length are described.

9th Maths - Quadrilateral and Its Types

The document provides information about quadrilaterals including definitions, types of quadrilaterals, and properties of quadrilaterals. It begins by defining a quadrilateral and listing the eight main types: parallelogram, rectangle, rhombus, square, trapezium, isosceles trapezium, kite I, and kite II. It then presents eight theorems proving various properties of quadrilaterals, such as the sum of interior angles equaling 360°, opposite sides being congruent, and diagonals bisecting each other. It concludes by providing three example problems solving for angles and side lengths of various quadrilaterals. The overall document serves as a comprehensive overview of quadril

Konnors Guide Of Geomery

This document provides an overview of key geometry concepts including:
- Lines, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, circles, and other polygons. It defines types of lines, angles, triangles based on side lengths and angle measures.
- It also defines key quadrilaterals such as parallelograms, rectangles, squares, and trapezoids. Formulas are provided for calculating the areas of these shapes.
- Circles are defined in terms of chords, diameters, arcs, radii, sectors, and circumference. The formula for calculating the area of a circle is also provided.
- Other polygons such as hexagons, octagons, and regular polygons are briefly introduced.

Maths porject work - quadrilaterals - nihal gour

This document discusses different types of quadrilaterals. It defines a quadrilateral as a polygon with four sides and provides definitions for specific types including trapezoids, parallelograms, rectangles, rhombuses, squares, and kites. It also includes a taxonomic classification chart showing the relationships between different quadrilaterals and provides some properties of parallelograms, rectangles, rhombuses, and squares.

Practical geometry for class 8th

This document discusses how to construct quadrilaterals given certain measurements. It provides examples of constructing quadrilaterals when given: 1) four sides and one diagonal, 2) two diagonals and three sides, 3) two adjacent sides and three angles, 4) three sides and two included angles, and 5) other special properties. Step-by-step instructions and diagrams are used to demonstrate constructing specific quadrilaterals based on given measurements.

Quadrilaterals

A quadrilateral is a shape with four sides and four vertices. There are several types of quadrilaterals including parallelograms, rectangles, squares, trapezoids, and kites. All quadrilaterals have an interior angle sum of 360 degrees. Parallelograms have both pairs of opposite sides parallel and equal in length, while rectangles and squares are types of parallelograms with additional properties.

Quadrilateral Family[1] Rashmi Kathuria

1) The document introduces students to different types of quadrilaterals including parallelograms, rectangles, trapezoids, and provides examples found in daily life.
2) Key properties of parallelograms, rectangles, rhombus, squares, and trapezoids are defined such as opposite sides being parallel, right angles, and equal or congruent sides.
3) A quiz is provided to test understanding of different quadrilateral types.

Math cps final

This document provides definitions and key properties of various 2D and 3D shapes used in geometry. It defines squares, rectangles, triangles, rhombuses, parallelograms, trapezoids and circles with their distinguishing characteristics. It also outlines 3D shapes like cubes, cuboids, pyramids, cones, prisms, cylinders, spheres and their formulas for surface area and volume. The document serves as a reference guide for common geometric shapes and terms.

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

Geometry of shapes

This document defines and explains properties of various quadrilaterals:
- Parallelograms have two pairs of parallel sides and opposite sides are congruent and angles are congruent. The diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other.
- Rectangles are parallelograms with four right angles. Squares are rectangles with four congruent sides.
- Rhombuses are parallelograms with four congruent sides. The diagonals of a rhombus are perpendicular.
- Trapezoids have one pair of parallel sides called bases. The median of a trapezoid is parallel to its bases and is half the sum of the bases.

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Quadrilateral

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9th Maths - Quadrilateral and Its Types

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Konnors Guide Of Geomery

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Maths porject work - quadrilaterals - nihal gour

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Practical geometry for class 8th

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Quadrilaterals

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Math cps final

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Polygons

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Geometry of shapes

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Super shapes

This document discusses different ways of categorizing shapes based on their properties like sides, angles, and whether they can tile. It introduces categories of quadrilaterals based on parallel sides and provides examples of shapes that do and do not tile. Formulas are presented for calculating the interior angle sums of polygons using the Triangle-In-A method or the formula of number of sides minus two times 180 degrees. Exterior angles are defined as those created when sides of a polygon are extended and their relationship to interior angles is explained.

Geometry 4 Dummies

A quadrilateral is a shape with four sides. A trapezoid has one pair of parallel lines and two congruent angles. A parallelogram has opposite sides that are congruent and parallel. A rectangle has two pairs of parallel lines and congruent angles. A rhombus has four equal sides and angles. To find the area of a rectangle, multiply length by width. To find the area of a square, multiply the length of a side by itself. To find the area of a parallelogram, multiply the base by the height. To find the area of a trapezoid, take the average of the top and bottom lengths and multiply by the height.

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This power point presentation defines and describes different types of quadrilaterals:
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- Rectangles have four right angles and opposite sides of equal length. Rhombi have four equal sides and opposite angles of equal measure. Squares meet the definitions of both rectangles and rhombi.

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Geometry 4 Dummies

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Geometry 4 Dummies

Geometry 4 Dummies

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Geometry 4 Dummies

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Geometry 4 Dummies

Geometry 4 Dummies

Geometry 4 Dummies

Geometry 4 Dummies

Geometry 4 Dummies

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Geometry 4 Dummies

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- 4. Different kinds of Quadrilaterals Finding for the unknown angle
- 5. Different Kinds of Quadrilaterals Square Rectangle Rhombus Parallelogram Trapezoid
- 6. Square Has 4 equal sides Has 4 equal angles. BACK
- 7. Rectangle Opposite sides equal Has 4 right angles BACK
- 8. Rhombus Has 4 equal sides Opposite sides parallel Opposite angles equal BACK
- 9. Parallelogram Opposite sides are equal and parallel Opposite angles equal BACK
- 10. Trapezoid One pair of parallel sides. BACK
- 11. How to find for the unknown angle? Identify the given angles. Add the given angles. Subtract the sum to 360 degrees.
- 12. Given Angles - 100º - 60º - 95º Add the givens 100 + 60 + 95 = 255º Subtract to 360º 360 – 255 = 105
- 13. Solve for the 4th angle. 1.) 25º, 34º, 29º 2.) 41º, 44º, 59º 3.) 26º, 62º, 31º 4.) 36º, 48º, 33º 5.) 35º, 19º, 27º