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Geometry Scavenger Hunt Project

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Kelly Pyburn

on 24 February 2014

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Transcript of Geometry Scavenger Hunt Project

Category: #1 (Right Triangle)
In this picture, the net forms a right triangle with the frames that are supporting it. It relates to my theme because it is a soccer net.
Geometry Scavenger Hunt Project

By Kelly Pyburn

Theme: Sports
Category: #4 (Angle Bisector)
In this picture, the archery arrow is forming an angle bisector. It relates to my theme because archery is an Olympic sport.
Category: #6 (Collinear Points)
This picture of a hockey game has a few players all on one line. It fits my theme because it is during the National Anthem of a Blackhawks game.
Category: #5 (Segment Bisector)
This is a picture of a tennis court and the segment bisector splits the court into two equal halves. It fits my theme because tennis is a very active sport.
Category: #2 (Acute Triangle)
All the black triangles are acute triangles. This picture fits my theme of sports because soccer is a very common sport.
Category: #3 (Obtuse Triangle)
In this picture, the inside structure of the bike forms an obtuse triangle. It relates to my theme because riding a bike is a great sport to get exercise.
Category: #7 (Non-collinear points)
In this picture of a field, the bases are examples of non-collinear points because they don't lie on the same line. It fits my theme because this is a model of a baseball field
Category: #8 (2 Parallel lines)
In this picture of a gymnast, her legs are parallel to the beam. It fits my theme because she is doing gymnastics.
Category: #9 (2 Perpendicular Lines)
In this picture, the hurdles form two perpendicular lines. In relates to my theme because they are doing track.
Category: #10 ( A pair of vertical angles formed by 2 intersecting lines)
This picture of criss-crossed ski's forms two vertical angles. It fits my theme because snow-skiing is a sport.
Category: #11 ( A pair of adjacent angles)
In this picture, the cheerleaders legs form a pair of adjacent angles. It fits to my theme because they are stunting.
Category: #12 (A pair of opposite rays)
In this picture, the persons arms form a pair of opposite rays. It relates to my theme because the man is a gymnast.
Category: #13 (A line intersecting a plane)
In this picture, the diving board, a line, is intersecting the pool, a plane. It relates to my theme because swimming and diving are sports.
Category: #14 (2 parallel planes)
In this picture, The banners are parallel and will not intersect. It fits my theme because the banners are hanging in the United Center.
Category: #15 (A pair of corresponding angles)
In this picture, the trampoline boundaries form a pair of corresponding angles. It fits my theme because trampoline is an Olympic sport.
Category: #16 (2 lines cut by a transversal)
In this picture of a parking lot, the parking spaces are lines cut by a transversal. It fits my theme because it is the parking lot of the United Center.
Category: #17 (obtuse angle)
In this picture, the pitchers leg is forming an obtuse angle. It fits my theme because it involves baseball.
Category: #18 (Right Angle)
In this picture, the floor forms many right angles. It fits my theme because it is used for gymnastics.
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