28. Rhombus 15. Line of Symmetry 14. Isosceles Triangle 12. Hexagon 11. Equilateral Triangle 13. Intersecting Line Segments 10. Diameter 4. Circle 24. Polygon 30. Right Triangle 23. Perpendicular 31. Scalene Triangle 22. Pentagon 32. Similar 26. Rectangle 21. Parallelogram 25. Radius 33. Sphere 3. Chord 1. Acute Angle 8. Cylinder 29. Right Angle 17. Obtuse Angle 34. Square 2. Acute Triangle 36. Trapezoid 20. Parallel 9. Decagon 6. Congruent 19. Octagon 18. Obtuse Triangle 16. Line Segment 35. Square Pyramid 5. Cone 7. Cube Geometry Notebook 27. Rectangular Prism 37. Triangular Prism 38. Vertical Luin Larson Mrs. Gomez 7th Period Due 2-1-13 Geometry is all around us and I would like to show it to you. I have a little helper with a motorcycle in every picture to tell you all about the shapes. I've taken pictures of 38 different geometric shapes, and shown what shape you should be looking at. Enjoy! An acute angle is an angle that is less than 90 degrees. An acute triangle is a triangle with all acute angles. A circle is a plane round figure whose outside is always an equal distance from the center. A cone is a 3-D figure with a circular base and a curved side surface that tapers to a single vertex. Congruent objects are objects that are the same size and shape. A cube is a 3-D figure with six congruent square faces. A cylinder is a

3-D figure with two parallel and congruent circles

as bases. A decagon is any 10-sided polygon. Diameter is a

line segment that

touches two points

on a circle and runs

through the middle of

the circle. An equilateral triangle is a triangle with all congruent sides and angles. A chord is a line segment that touches two points of a circle, but doesn't have to go through the center of the circle. A hexagon is a six-sided figure. Intersecting line segments are line segments that meet or cross. An isosceles triangle is a triangle with two congruent sides and two congruent angles. A line of symmetry

is an imaginary line that splits a shape

in half so that both

sides are congruent. A line segment is a portion of a line with two endpoints. An obtuse angle is an angle that is greater than 90 degrees. An obtuse triangle is a triangle with one obtuse angle. An octagon is an eight-sided polygon. Parallel lines are line segments that never meet. A parallelogram is

a quadrilateral with opposite sides that are parallel. A pentagon is any five -sided polygon. Perpendicular lines are line segments that cross or meet at a right angle. A polygon is a closed figure with all straight sides. A radius is a line segment extending from the center to the outside of a circle. A rectangle is a quadrilateral with opposite sides congruent and all right angles. A rectangular prism is a 3-D figure with two congruent rectangular bases with four rectangular sides. A rhombus is a quadrilateral with four congruent sides. A right angle is an angle that measures exactly 90 degrees. A right triangle is a triangle with one right angle. A scalene triangle is a triangle with no congruent sides. Similar figures are figures that have the same shape, but not the same size. A sphere is a 3-D figure that is made up of points equidistant from the center. A square is a quadrilateral with four congruent sides and four right angles. A square pyramid

is a 3-D shape with a square base and four triangular sides that share a common

vertex. A trapezoid is

a quadrilateral

with only one set of parallel line segments. A triangular prism is a 3-D figure with two congruent triangular bases connected by three rectangular

sides. A vertical line is a line that is straight up and down.

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