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Name: Date: Sort shapes in to a Carroll diagram Independent / Some adult support / A lot of adult support Has at least one line of symmetryDoes NOT have any lines of symmetry Has a pair of parallel lines Has a pair of perpendicular lines © 2013
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Answers Has at least one line of symmetryDoes NOT have any lines of symmetry Has a pair of parallel lines Has a pair of perpendicular lines T W L Z K N + M 4 [ © 2013
Name: Date: Understand multiplication as jumps of Independent / Some adult support / A lot of adult support 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) ©
Name: Date: Read temperatures on a thermometer Independent / Some adult support / A lot of adult support
Multiplication and division as arrays 1) 2)3) 4)5) 7) 6) 8) 9) Use each array to write 2 multiplication and 2 division sentences ©
Understand multiplication and division as inverses 1) 2)3) 4)5) 7) 6) 8) 9) Use each array to write 2 multiplication and 2 division sentences ©
Honors Geometry Special Quadrilaterals. True/False Every square is a rhombus.
Rotational Symmetry Rotational Symmetry If, when you rotate a shape, it looks exactly the same as it.
On your whiteboard answer the questions about the shape: Describe each of the angles in the shape a b c ©
Sometimes, always, never? 1. If you multiply an even number by 5, the answer is a multiple of A hexagon has no lines of symmetry. 3. If you fold.
Rotational Symmetry If, when you rotate a shape, it looks exactly the same as it did in its original position, then we say that the shape has got rotational.
1.3 Segments, Rays, Lines and Planes Parts of Lines Segment The part of a line consisting of two endpoints and all the points in between.
Geometry Point Line Line segment Ray Plane Parallel lines Intersecting lines Angles.
All about Shapes Properties of Shapes Number of sides Number of angles Number of lines of symmetry Regular or irregular Right Angles Parallel lines.
NM Standards: GT-A-7. Parallel Lines Coplanar lines that do not intersect. The symbol || means is parallel to The red arrows also mean is parallel to.
Task 2: Quadrilaterals Done by: 1- Abdullah Nabeel 2-Mohammad Naser.
Objective: To describe properties of solid shapes such as perpendicular and parallel lines, faces and edges.
Classifying Systems of Linear Equations
I am a nine sided polygon I am a ________________.
Geometric Shapes Identifying shapes and attributes.
Points Lines Planes Circles Polygons Congruency Similarity.
Line- a straight path that goes in two directions without ending. A B AB Read: “Line AB”
Study Notes Geometry. Symmetry You will need to know how to complete a congruent side of a picture To do this, you may choose from one of the following.
Look at this shape, how many lines of symmetry and what is its order of rotation? A.
EXAMPLE 1 Write an equation of a line from a graph SOLUTION m 4 – (– 2) 0 – 3 = 6 – 3 = = – 2 STEP 2 Find the y -intercept. The line intersects the y -axis.
Students identify congruent shapes. Congruent shapes are the same size and same shape. Envision Math - 3rd Grade - Topic 12=1 MA.3.G.3.3 Build, draw, and.
Identifying Attributes of Quadrilaterals. Examples of 4-sided shapes These shapes are called QUADRILATERALS.
POINTS, LINES, & RAYS. POINT A point is a location in space that has no length, width, or height. READ: point C WRITE: C C.
WE WILL BE USING A COMPASS, RULERS AND STRAIGHTEDGES TO COPY LINES ANGLES CONSTRUCT ANGLES. Construction in Geometry Steps and Diagrams from
Geometry District Assessment Review Tyler connects four dots to make a shape. There are two congruent short sides and two congruent longer sides.
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Honors Geometry Section 4.1 Congruent Polygons. To name a polygon, start at any vertex and go around the figure, either clockwise or counterclockwise,
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