Geometry Trouble

Geometry Trouble

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  • I  am totally  not prepared for my geometry test.
  • Lets go to the diner.
  • What's wrong Amy?
  • This place creeps me out let's go to my house.
  • Where did that come from? Anyway lets get down to business.
  • Is a square a rectangle?
  • Okay.
  • Quadrilaterals shapes with 4 sides.
  • Yes.
  •  Like squares, trapezoids, and rectangles?
  • Geometry- the analyzing of sides,corners, and angles.  
  •  Polygons are 2d shapes that have 3 or more sides. The sides have to be straight.
  • So polygons are things like pentagons, squares,and triangles?
  • It is true that squares are rectangles because it has the same attributes/properties as a rectangle. However, a rectangle is not a square because it has different properties.
  •  Triangles have 3 sides.
  • You welcome. Bye!
  •  That makes sense. Thanks for your help, Stacy. I'm gonna ace this test.
  • Quadrilaterals are shapes with 4 sides . Ex: Square, trapezoid, and rectangle.
  • Good job Amy, you got a 100 on your geometry test.
  • Thanks Mrs. Anderson, but I couldn't have done it without Stacy.
  • Polygons are shapes that have at least 3 straight sides. They are also 2d shapes. 
  • Triangles are any 3 sided 2d shape.
  • Now you know all about polygons, triangles, and quadrilaterals. By: Abigail Bempah
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