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Let’s review our shapes…
What is this shape? What makes this shape an EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE ? 1. It’s a TRIANGLE. 2. All the sides are the SAME LENGTH. An EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE!
What is this shape? What makes this shape an RIGHT TRIANGLE ? 1. It’s a TRIANGLE. 2.It has ONE right angle. A RIGHT TRIANGLE!
What is this shape? What makes this shape an ISOSCELES TRIANGLE ? 1. It’s a TRIANGLE. 2.2 sides are the SAME LENGTH and one side is different. An ISOSCELES TRIANGLE!
What is this shape? What makes this shape a SCALENE TRIANGLE ? 1. It’s a TRIANGLE. 2.NONE of the sides are the SAME LENGTH. A SCALENE TRIANGLE!
What is this shape? What makes this shape a TRAPEZOID? 1. It’s a QUADRILATERAL. 2. It has only ONE set of parallel sides. A TRAPEZOID!
What is this shape? What makes this shape a PARALLELOGRAM? 1. It’s a QUADRILATERAL. 2. Both sets of OPPOSITE SIDES are PARALLEL. A PARALLELOGRAM!
What is this shape? What makes this shape a RHOMBUS? 1. It’s a QUADRILATERAL. 3. All of the SIDES are THE SAME LENGTH. A RHOMBUS! 2. Both SETS OF OPPOSITE SIDES are PARALLEL.
What is this shape? A RECTANGLE! What makes this shape a RECTANGLE? 1. It’s a QUADRILATERAL. 2. Its OPPOSITE SIDES are the SAME LENGTH. 3. Its OPPOSITE SIDES are PARALLEL. 4. It has 4 RIGHT ANGLES.
What is this shape? What makes this shape a SQUARE? 1. It’s a QUADRILATERAL. 2. Its OPPOSITE SIDES are PARALLEL. 4. It has 4 RIGHT ANGLES. 3. ALL OF THE SIDES are the SAME LENGTH. A SQUARE!
Is a SQUARE a… Rectangle? Rhombus? Parallelogram? Quadrilateral? Trapezoid? Yes! NO!
What is this shape? What makes this shape a PENTAGON? 1. It’s a POLYGON. 2. Its has 5 SIDES. A PENTAGON!
What is this shape? What makes this shape a HEXAGON? 1. It’s a POLYGON. 2. Its has 6 SIDES. A HEXAGON!
What is this shape? What makes this shape an OCTAGON? 1. It’s a POLYGON. 2. Its has 8 SIDES. An OCTAGON!
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