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Geometry In Graphic Designing
Transcript of Geometry In Graphic Designing
Right triangle :base is 3 feet and height is 5 feet.
Outside rectangle: base 51 feet and height is 32 feet
Center circle: diameter is 5 feet long
Triangles inside the Octagon: 5 feet by 2 feet
Octagon: one out of the eight sides is 2 feet
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What is a graphic designer?
•Prepares final layout by marking and pasting up finished copy and art.
What is the area/circumference of the different shapes that make up this graphic designers blueprint?
Right Triangle: A^2 + B^2 = C^2
Outside Rectangle: A=L* W
Center Circle: pi *diameter= circumference
Octagon Triangles: 1/2 * base * height
Octagon: 2 *S^2*(1+square root or 2)=A
Right Triangle: 5^2+ 3^2=
34= C^2 take the square root and get 5.83 feet for the
Graphic Design Skills, Layout Skills, Creative Services, Customer Focus,and Creativity.
Graphic designing uses geometry in the way that they the designers need to know the angles,measurements, areas and perimeters of different layout ideas for the costumer.
Outside Rectangle: A= 32 *51=1632Ft^2
Center Circle: C= 3.14*5=15.7Ft
Octagon Triangles: 1/2*5*2=5ft^2
By: Charlee Caldwell
In this blueprint I choose some shapes to find the area and circumference of, as what an every-day graphic designer would do. By solving out all of the different blueprint shapes I learned how fun/hard this occupation can be.
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