Geometry Angles: an angle is formed when 2 rays meet a point called vertex. Acute Angle Obtuse Angle An obtuse angle is an angle that measures more than 90 but less that 180 these are some of the real life examples The roof of a house. A Stop Sign Straight Angle A straight angle: is an angle that measures exactly 180 degrees A B C Here are some of the everyday examples A pencil Right Angle A Right Angle: an angle that measures exactly 180 degrees. These are some of the everyday examples. l l l l l l Reflex Angle A Reflex Angle: is an angle that measures more than 180 degrees but less than 360 degrees. These are some of the everyday examples. an acute angle is an angle that measures less than 90 degrees. These are some of the everyday examples. V Different Types Of Lines. Parallel: 2 lines that will never meet. Intersecting Lines Two or more lines that meet at a point are called intersecting lines. . Some of the real life examples. Lines that are at right angles (90°) to each other. Perpendicular Lines A B C Different Types of Quadrilateral A Quadrilateral is a closed shape with 4 straight sides. There are 6 special types of Quadrilaterals Square Rectangle Parallelogram Rhombus Trapezoid Kite Square A plane figure with four equal straight sides and four right angles. These are some of the everyday examples. Rectangle A shape with with four straight sides and four right angles These are some of the everyday examples. Parallelogram A 4-sided flat shape with straight sides where opposite sides are parallel. These are some of the examples of Parallelogram Rhombus A 4-sided flat shape with straight sides where all sides have equal length. Here are some of the examples in real life Trapezoid A 4-sided flat shape with straight sides that has a pair of opposite sides parallel. these are some of the examples of trapezoid in real life Kite Some of the examples in real life

A 4-sided flat shape with straight sides that: has two pairs of sides.each pair is adjacent sides that are equal in length. Different types of triangles. Classifying Triangles 1 You can classify triangles by their sides. Equilateral Isosceles Scalene Equilateral Triangle Isosceles Triangle Scalene Triangle An Equilateral Triangle has 3 equal side lengths. These are some of the everyday examples. Isosceles Triangle has 2 equal triangles. These are some of the real life examples. Scalene Triangle has no equal sides. These are some of the real life examples of Scalene Triangle Classifying Angles 2: Triangles can be classified by the size of their angles. All angles must add up to 180 degrees. Acute Triangle. Obtuse Triangle. Right Triangle. Right Triangle Obtuse Angle Acute Angle A right triangle has only on right angle these are some of the everyday examples. An obtuse triangle has only 1 obtuse angle. these are the everyday examples of an obtuse triangle. An acute triangle has 3 acute angles these are some of the everyday examples. Congruent and Similar Figures. Congruent means same shape and size. this thumbs up bottom is the same shape and size as the bottom one Similar means same shape but different size THANK YOU FOR WATCHING THE END A pencil A "V" A power line A hand fan A ruler The Nokia Lumia 920 Ipad Mini Computer Monitor A Book Pizza

A Clock That Says 3:35 A Staircase The yellow lines on a road A black and white board A railroad Ice cream Cone Intersecting Roads A Towel Compass Medical Sign Windows 8 Logo Tiles

Stamp The garage door

Rubik Cube I phone 5 Apartment Building Hopscotch Wallet A building Parallelogram on a guitar Rhombus Block Rhombus Statue Rhombus Crystal Popcorn Holder Shopping Bag Trapezoid Desk A ring A necklace Hydrogen Airship ball diamond warning sign Pizza Mountain Hanger A staircase to a temple A bridge structure Titanic A staircase Toast Ship Roof Roof of the white house Pizza Nails 8 ball rack

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