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Geometry Vocabulary Project.
Transcript of Geometry Vocabulary Project.
Ex; Michael Jacksons lean formed an impossible acute angle. Altitude height of an object or
point in relation to sea level or ground level.
Ex; The altitude of this man's fall is too much for his body to stand, so he will likely die. B4,
Ms.Price Francisco Martinez'ssss
Vocabulary Project. A solid or hollow object that tapers
from a circular or roughly circular
base to a point.
Ex; Plankton's dilemma has him stuck with
two ice cream cones... when he only
needs one. Cone Triangle A plane figure with three
straight sides and three angles
Ex; The house was built with a quadrilateral base, and a triangular top. Circle A round plane figure whose boundary
(the circumference) consists of points equidistant from a fixed center
Ex; The circular figure of an oreo cookie
allows for maximum dunkitude. Cylinder A solid geometric figure with straight parallel
sides and a circular or oval section.
Ex; AriZona Green Tea cans are a longer cylinder than coke cans. Decagon -A plane figure with ten straight
sides and angles. Octagon A plane figure with eight straight sides and eight angles.
Stop signs have 8 sides. Hexagon A plane figure with six straight
sides and angles. Ex; Bees make intricate hexagons
to store honey. Line A geometrical object that is straight,
infinitely long Obtuse Angle an angle between 90
and 180 degrees.
Ex; I ordered a large pizza and didn't even finish half, leaving an obtuse angle. Another first world problem. Parallel Lines Two lines on a plane that never meet.
They are always the same distance apart. Perpendicular Lines Lines that are at right angles (90°)
to each other. Pyramid A monumental structure with a square or triangular base and sloping sides that meet in a point at the top Ray A ray is a part of a line that begins at a particular point
(called the endpoint) and extends endlessly in one direction.
A ray is also called half-line. A plane figure with four straight sides and four right angles, esp. one with unequal adjacent sides, in contrast to a square. Rectangle Right Angle An angle of 90°, as in a corner of a square. Rotation the act of rotating; a turning around as on an axis. Scalene Triangle a triangle with no two sides of equal length a rectangle having all four sides of equal length. Square