Transcript: Atlantic region The Atlantic coast has mild climates that is really wet and foggy.As the result of the geographical location, seafood is a staple in there diet ,this including fish, lobster, and scallops.This is the big reason why fishing is the main industry in the Atlantic region. The landscape are deciduous forest forest,green plains and the end of the Appalachian mountains also the Atlantic area is surrounded by an outlining of the of red sandstone. Created by: John, Zeb, Vlad, Jonathan This image shows the coast line of Prince Edward Island Arctic egion Geography & Climate
Transcript: A=B*H P=S1+S2+S3+S4 Importance's of Rectangles All angles are congruent and = to 90 degrees rectangle Diagonals are congruent and bisect each other Diagonals are congruent and bisect each other Opposite sides are congruent and parallel Mostly all of the world today uses rectangles Rectangles is what our buildings today are shaped into Using rectangles in today's world provide jobs like construction Rectangles
Transcript: We know its a rectangle because the opposite sides are parallel and congruent. We know it's a trapezoid because the diagonals are congruent. Square We know this is a square because all four angles are equal. Trapezoid Kite We know this is a rhombus because the diagonals are perpendicular. Rhombus Rectangle We know this is a kite because exactly one pair of opposite angles are congruent.
Transcript: RECTANGLE rectangles are used in a everyday bases e.g. Desk, table, paper, beds, doors and some boxes did you know a sqaure is a special tipe of rectangle.. a rectangle is a qailderel a rectangle has 4 90 digre angles in it the rectangle has 4 sides a rectangle has 4 vertices A rectangle always has area the 2D rectangle has 1 face
Transcript: a circle is a a round plane whose boundary consists of points equidistant from a fixed point circles are used in everyday life because of camera lenses . in the picture the lenses of the glasses make a circle. point cone rectangle a plane with four straight sides and four right angles , with one unequal adjacent sides , rectangles are used for everyday life because or doors , mailboxes. in the picture the border is the shape of a rectangle. a triangle is a closed plane figure having three sides and three angles . in the picture the shape of the pizza at cece's where cut into a triangle. trianlges are used in evertday life because the shape of your rooftop or for doorstops. line squares a cylinder is a surface or solid bounded bounded by two parallel lines and generated by a straight line. in the picture the battery is the shape of a cylinder. cylinders are used in everyday life mainly in finding the volume of liquids a line segment is one of the parts into which something naturlally seperate or is divided; a division , portion , or section. in the picture the individual chips are line segment. line segments are used in everyday life because of sidewalks. line is a continious extent of lenth , straight or curved with out thickness; the trace of a moving point . in the picture the gym floor represents line. line is used in everyday life because of floors , walls, book frames. cylinder a cone is a solid or hollow object that tapers from a circular or roughly base to a point. in the picture a traffic cone is the shape of a cone. traffic cones are used in lin evertday life for construction , and also used on highways point are geometric objects that only have location.in the picture the center of the clock is a point. points are used in everyday life becuas of clocks and watches. triangle acute angles circles a square is a rectangle having all four sides have an equal length, in the collage each individual picture is the shape of a square. in everyday life books are the shape of a square line segment acute angles is an angles whose measures are between 0 and 90. in the picture the way they have their hands the letter V is making acute angle , acute angles are used in everyday because of driveways and walkways Geometry in everday world
Transcript: 8cm Ex: My project is unique because of its colors. It is also unique because of its shapes. Somebody wouldn't most probably have the same shapes that I used. The formulas that I used also might differ from the formulas other people used. That is why my project is unique. Pentagon Square 12in Area=42in² E Formula: b*h/2 To find the area of a pentagon you can break the figure into 2 shapes. Then you can find the area of the shapes you already know how to find the area of and and add them up. 8 4in When finding the area of an irregular polygon you need to split the shape into smaller regular shapes and then find the area. When finding the surface area of a rectangular polygon you can make it into a net, find the area of the figures, then add them all up. Surface Area = (6+6+1+1) * 12 + 2*6*1 = 168 + 12 = 180 sq. in. The area of a hexagon can be found out by dividing it into triangles. So the area of a hexagon with a side of 6 is 1/2 * 5.19 * 6 * 6 = 93.42 2cm 20 Formula: a * a 6 Trapezoid To find the area of a square you multiply both sides of the square together. Area of a Hexagon 5in 12 Geometry 6in 1in D B Volume: 72 inches cubed 9in Area=25square cm 9in To find the area of a trapezoid you add base 1 + base 2, then multiply it by the height, and then divide it by 2. b Formula: l * w 5cm 6 4 F C Irregular Polygon 7in 6in What is the area of this triangle? Triangle Height = h = 12 Base = b = 20 Area = ½ × b × h = ½ × 20 × 12 = 120 6 4 When finding the volume of a rectangular prism you multiply the width, height, and length. = l*h*w Formula:b1+b2*h/2 Area=9*9 =81 square inches A When finding the area of a rectangle you have to multiply the base times the height and/or length times the width. Area=37square inches Rectangular prism 9in Rectangle 2in Area of trapezoid ABFE is (6+4)*8/2= 40 Area of trapezoid BCDF is (6+4)*4/2 = 20 Area of polygon is 60 h By Rashmi Kondur
Transcript: a 4 sided flat shape with straight sides where all interior angle are right angle (90) Amauri Santana FOR MRS. Whitcomb the quadrilateral's properties Quadrilateral's Name Quadrilateral's Definition opposite sides are parallel and of equal length a labeled diagram of the quadrilateral Rectangle thank you Real world Ex #1 Real world Ex #2 Rectangle
Transcript: Equilateral Traingle Octogon 4. Decagon I2. Triangular Pyrimid I4. Right Triangle Right Triangle Math Scavenger Hunt Decagon I0. Pentagon Isosceles Triangle 20. Nonagon 1. Rectangle Nonagon I7. Isoscele Heptagon 3. Hexagon 7. Cone Rectangle Cylinder 2. Heptagon II. Rectangular Pyramid Sphere I9. Octogon Triangular Pyramid Cone Quadrilateral Checklist 8. Cylinder rectangular prism 6. Cube 9. Sphere Obtuse Triangle Cube Pentagon Hexagon I5. Scalene Triangle I3. Obtuse Triangle I6. Equilateral Triangle 5. Rectangular Prism Scalene Triangle Rectangular Pyramid I8. Quadrilateral
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