Activities

... Provide students with centimetre grid paper and triangular or isometric grid paper (use BLM 7 and 8 on pages 2 and 3). 1. Have students draw two congruent regular polygons in different orientations on square dot paper or triangular dot paper. Ask them to compare the lengths of the sides of the polyg ...

... Provide students with centimetre grid paper and triangular or isometric grid paper (use BLM 7 and 8 on pages 2 and 3). 1. Have students draw two congruent regular polygons in different orientations on square dot paper or triangular dot paper. Ask them to compare the lengths of the sides of the polyg ...

PMI Reflections Activity Lab Part 1

... 7. Connect the image points corresponding to the connections in your original figure and complete the image. Check the accuracy of your reflection image by folding the paper along the reflection line and holding the paper to the light. ...

... 7. Connect the image points corresponding to the connections in your original figure and complete the image. Check the accuracy of your reflection image by folding the paper along the reflection line and holding the paper to the light. ...

Triangle origami

... Follow these instructions carefully. They are based on the Hands On activity on pp. 670-671 of MR. The Basic Folds 1. On a blank sheet of white paper, draw a line segment CD; label the endpoints. Measure its length with a ruler and record it below. Now fold C onto D and make a crease to produce a li ...

... Follow these instructions carefully. They are based on the Hands On activity on pp. 670-671 of MR. The Basic Folds 1. On a blank sheet of white paper, draw a line segment CD; label the endpoints. Measure its length with a ruler and record it below. Now fold C onto D and make a crease to produce a li ...

6400 Series

... needed for high-end productivity in a sleek compact design that is ideal for the office environment. * Standard models cannot be upgraded to “B” models. ...

... needed for high-end productivity in a sleek compact design that is ideal for the office environment. * Standard models cannot be upgraded to “B” models. ...

Lab 3

... So far, we know that in hyperbolic geometries, triangles' angles add up to less than 180 degrees, and in elliptic geometries, triangles' angles add up to more than 180 degrees. In both cases, the difference between that sum and 180 degrees gives the area of the triangle, up to a constant. For the fo ...

... So far, we know that in hyperbolic geometries, triangles' angles add up to less than 180 degrees, and in elliptic geometries, triangles' angles add up to more than 180 degrees. In both cases, the difference between that sum and 180 degrees gives the area of the triangle, up to a constant. For the fo ...

Patty Paper Worksheet 1

... 1. lots of patty paper (notice that they are semi-translusent and have straight edges), and 2. a pencil. Notice that you can record distances by making marks on the paper and you can even compare two distances in this way. However, you are not to use rulers to measure distances nor protractors to me ...

... 1. lots of patty paper (notice that they are semi-translusent and have straight edges), and 2. a pencil. Notice that you can record distances by making marks on the paper and you can even compare two distances in this way. However, you are not to use rulers to measure distances nor protractors to me ...

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... Pressure Sealers • Inserters • Document Folders • Shredders • Joggers • Industrial Bursters • Tabletop Bursters/Cutters • Signers • Letter Openers • Decollators ...

... Pressure Sealers • Inserters • Document Folders • Shredders • Joggers • Industrial Bursters • Tabletop Bursters/Cutters • Signers • Letter Openers • Decollators ...

Similarity - cloudfront.net

... On a blank sheet of paper, draw a line segment. Glue the two angles you are given to the end points of the segment and finish the triangle by extending the remaining sides. Measure the sides of your triangle to the ...

... On a blank sheet of paper, draw a line segment. Glue the two angles you are given to the end points of the segment and finish the triangle by extending the remaining sides. Measure the sides of your triangle to the ...

Math A Focus: Geometry February 11- March 22, 2013

... How does the movement of a figure affect its attributes? How are areas of 2D shapes related? How are two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes related? ...

... How does the movement of a figure affect its attributes? How are areas of 2D shapes related? How are two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes related? ...

forming a regular pentagon, decagon and pentagram using origami

... Constructions of regular polygons (triangle, square and pentagon) start in ancient times. Also, even then it was known that it is possible to construct a polygon with twice the number of pages. The possibility of constructing a proper heptagon was analyzed by Archimedes, although the first construct ...

... Constructions of regular polygons (triangle, square and pentagon) start in ancient times. Also, even then it was known that it is possible to construct a polygon with twice the number of pages. The possibility of constructing a proper heptagon was analyzed by Archimedes, although the first construct ...

What can you construct or create?? - nimsgeometry2010

... Suppose the original area of your paper was 88 square units. If you fold as before, fill in the following table and answer the questions below Folds ...

... Suppose the original area of your paper was 88 square units. If you fold as before, fill in the following table and answer the questions below Folds ...

Geometry

... The ratio of corresponding sides of two similar hexagons is 3:2. 1. Find the ratio of their perimeters. 2. Find the ratio of their areas. ...

... The ratio of corresponding sides of two similar hexagons is 3:2. 1. Find the ratio of their perimeters. 2. Find the ratio of their areas. ...

mathematics project class: 10a

... OBJECTIVE: To verify that the (i) sum of either pair of opposite angles of a cyclic quadrilateral is 180o (ii) in a cyclic quadrilateral the exterior angle is equal to the interior opposite angle materials required ...

... OBJECTIVE: To verify that the (i) sum of either pair of opposite angles of a cyclic quadrilateral is 180o (ii) in a cyclic quadrilateral the exterior angle is equal to the interior opposite angle materials required ...

Sh JK Sharma PGT Maths Sh JK Keswani PGT Chemistry Sh MP

... Kapse introduced the motive of the workshop and the schedule of the day. Resource person Sh. J K Sharma PGT Maths classified the participants into groups and group wise task was assigned to the each group. After tea break, Sh. J K Sharma touched the objectives /methodologies involved in Formative an ...

... Kapse introduced the motive of the workshop and the schedule of the day. Resource person Sh. J K Sharma PGT Maths classified the participants into groups and group wise task was assigned to the each group. After tea break, Sh. J K Sharma touched the objectives /methodologies involved in Formative an ...

Geometry - 10.1-10.2 - Similarity, Ratio, and Proportion

... Def: The ratio of the number a to the number b is the number a/b. A proportion is an equality between ratios. a/b=c/d a, b, c, and d are called the first, second, third, and fourth terms. The second and third terms, b and c, are called the means. The first and fourth terms, a and d, are called the e ...

... Def: The ratio of the number a to the number b is the number a/b. A proportion is an equality between ratios. a/b=c/d a, b, c, and d are called the first, second, third, and fourth terms. The second and third terms, b and c, are called the means. The first and fourth terms, a and d, are called the e ...

transformationunit

... 1. Recognize (see and name) transformations including rigid and size transformations. 2. Define (both conceptually and abstractly) and use the four rigid motions: translation, rotation, reflection, and glide reflection. 3. Given one transformation find a combination of two others that is equivalent ...

... 1. Recognize (see and name) transformations including rigid and size transformations. 2. Define (both conceptually and abstractly) and use the four rigid motions: translation, rotation, reflection, and glide reflection. 3. Given one transformation find a combination of two others that is equivalent ...

6-4 Lesson Quiz 6-4 Solve It!

... Fold a piece of notebook paper in half. Fold it in half again in the other direction. Draw a diagonal line from a o one vertex to the other. Cut through the folded paper a along that line. Unfold the paper. What do you notice a about the sides and about the diagonals of the figure y you formed? ...

... Fold a piece of notebook paper in half. Fold it in half again in the other direction. Draw a diagonal line from a o one vertex to the other. Cut through the folded paper a along that line. Unfold the paper. What do you notice a about the sides and about the diagonals of the figure y you formed? ...

Homework

... 1. Recognize (see and name) transformations including rigid and size transformations. 2. Define (both conceptually and abstractly) and use the four rigid motions: translation, rotation, reflection, and glide reflection. 3. Given one transformation find a combination of two others that is equivalent ...

... 1. Recognize (see and name) transformations including rigid and size transformations. 2. Define (both conceptually and abstractly) and use the four rigid motions: translation, rotation, reflection, and glide reflection. 3. Given one transformation find a combination of two others that is equivalent ...

Lines, Points, Rays, Angles, and Segments

... Rays have one endpoint. We name it using that endpoint and any other given point on that ray. ...

... Rays have one endpoint. We name it using that endpoint and any other given point on that ray. ...

Academic Vocabulary: After watching the Brain POP: Similar

... Academic Vocabulary: After watching the Brain POP: Similar Figures movie, explain the terms below in your own words. 1. Geometrically Similar: To have the same shape but not necessarily the same size 2. Equilateral Triangle: A triangle that has 3 sides of equal length and 3 equal angles 3. Scalene T ...

... Academic Vocabulary: After watching the Brain POP: Similar Figures movie, explain the terms below in your own words. 1. Geometrically Similar: To have the same shape but not necessarily the same size 2. Equilateral Triangle: A triangle that has 3 sides of equal length and 3 equal angles 3. Scalene T ...

Origami - City of St. Cloud, MN

... origami boxes out of any paper of cardstock weight. You can make much larger boxes, if you have old poster board or other lightweight paperboard available. When making origami, it's very important to work with squares of paper. If possible, use a paper cutter to make the squares, but have an adult d ...

... origami boxes out of any paper of cardstock weight. You can make much larger boxes, if you have old poster board or other lightweight paperboard available. When making origami, it's very important to work with squares of paper. If possible, use a paper cutter to make the squares, but have an adult d ...

Similarity - Frost Middle School

... back over m. There is a composite of reﬂections and size transformations mapping F onto itself. Thus by the deﬁnition of similarity, F ∼ F. Proof of the Symmetric Property of Similarity: If F ∼ G then there is a composite of reﬂections and size transformations that maps F onto G. To map G back onto ...

... back over m. There is a composite of reﬂections and size transformations mapping F onto itself. Thus by the deﬁnition of similarity, F ∼ F. Proof of the Symmetric Property of Similarity: If F ∼ G then there is a composite of reﬂections and size transformations that maps F onto G. To map G back onto ...

MATH CURRICULUM MAP: A YEAR AT A GLANCE Course: Geometry

... about Length and Area; Calculating Volumes of Compound Objects ...

... about Length and Area; Calculating Volumes of Compound Objects ...

Many paper size standards conventions have existed at different times and in different countries. Today, there is one widespread international ISO standard (including A4, B3, C4, etc.) and a local standard used in North America (including letter, legal, ledger, etc.). The paper sizes affect writing paper, stationery, cards, and some printed documents. The standards also have related sizes for envelopes.