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# Quadrilaterals and Triangles - Geometry

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on 8 September 2010#### Transcript of Quadrilaterals and Triangles - Geometry

Quadrilaterals

and

Triangles. Quadrilaterals: any

4 sided polygon. Trapezoid: A quadrilateral

with one pair of parallel sides. Parallelograms: A quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides. Some examples of

quadrilaterals are... Some other quadrilaterals are... Triangles: any 3

sided polygon. There are 3 kinds

of triangles... Equilateral Triangles: all sides are the same. Isosceles Triangles: two of

the sides are the same length. Scalene Triangles: none of

the sides are the same length. You can also classify

triangles by their angles. Acute Triangles: All angle

measurements are acute (90

degrees) Equianguler Triangle: all angles

are the same measurement. Right Triangle: a triangle that

has one right angle. Obtuse Triangle: has one

obtuse angle.

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Triangles. Quadrilaterals: any

4 sided polygon. Trapezoid: A quadrilateral

with one pair of parallel sides. Parallelograms: A quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides. Some examples of

quadrilaterals are... Some other quadrilaterals are... Triangles: any 3

sided polygon. There are 3 kinds

of triangles... Equilateral Triangles: all sides are the same. Isosceles Triangles: two of

the sides are the same length. Scalene Triangles: none of

the sides are the same length. You can also classify

triangles by their angles. Acute Triangles: All angle

measurements are acute (90

degrees) Equianguler Triangle: all angles

are the same measurement. Right Triangle: a triangle that

has one right angle. Obtuse Triangle: has one

obtuse angle.