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The A,B,C’s of Geometry – PART 1 4 th grade

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The Basics

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Ray

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This is Ray AB . You can also call him Ray A . Write his name as Ray AB or just AB for short . endpoint Ray There is only ONE endpoint on a RAY , and the endpoint is ALWAYS named or written first .

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Line Segment

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C D Line Segment

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C D NAMES : Line Segment CD or Line Segment DC WRITTEN : CD or DC endpoint endpoint Line Segment There are two endpoints on a LINE SEGMENT . It doesn’t matter which endpoint is named or written first.

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C D NAMES : Line CD or Line DC WRITTEN : CD or DC No endpoint! No endpoint! There are no endpoints on a LINE . It doesn’t matter which point is named or written first. Line

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Lines,Line Segments, Rays t hey cross t hey never cross t hey cross a t 90°

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s pelled ang le ….not ang el ! The sides of angles are made of rays or line segments Angle 2 rays with a common endpoint. 2 line segments with a common endpoint.

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Name an angle by 3 points. The middle point is called the vertex . Or, name it by the vertex on its own. So, the name of this angle is: Angle XYZ , Angle ZYX, or just Angle Y Angle X Y Z

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Written as: Angle XYZ, Angle ZYX Angle Y or or Angle X Y Z

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small 3 Kinds of Angles medium large a cute angle obtuse angle > 90° < 90° = 90° 0° 90° 180° Angles are measured in degrees . The symbol for degrees is ° right angle Angles “open up” from 0°

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Right Angles 0° 180° m easure exactly 90° 90°

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Acute Angles 0° 90° 180° m easure between 0° and 90° 45° is halfway b etween 0° and 90°

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Obtuse Angles 0° 90° 180° m easure between 90° and 180° 135° is halfway b etween 90° and 180°

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0° 90° 180° 270° 360 ° “full circle” = All Angles Halfway around = 180° All the way around = 360°

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4 Kinds ° Triangles Every triangle has 3 angles. All 3 angles add up to 180° 60° 60° 60° 9 0° different° same°

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One Picture that Puts it All Together Triangles >90° 2 sides equal all sides equal < 90° n o sides equal >90° 2 sides equal < 90° n o sides equal < 90° =90° 2 sides equal n o sides equal =90° √ √

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Quadrilaterals 4-sided shapes Trapezoid Rectangle Rhombus Parallelogram Square

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= 3 =4 =4 = 5 4 Equal Sides Opposite Sides are Parallel Opposite Sides are Equal Opposite Angles are Equal 4 right Angles This chart shows why a SQUARE is also a parallelogram, a rectangle, and a rhombus, and why they are NOT a square! Compare t hese 4

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A Rhombus looks like a Square that got pushed. A Parallelogram looks like a Rectangle that got pushed. EASY to Remember:

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Trapezoids What’s different a bout them? Trapezoids have only ONE pair of parallel sides, instead of two. These other Quadrilaterals have TWO pairs of parallel sides: This pair of sides isn’t p arallel.

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Symmetry A shape has symmetry if it can be folded in half along a straight line AND the two halves completely overlap, or cover, each other. Some shapes have no have symmetry: Scalene triangle – 0 lines of symmetry Rectangle, star, equilateral triangle – many lines of symmetry Isosceles triangle, arrow, butterfly – = 1 line of symmetry Some shapes have more than 1 line of symmetry: ❶ ❷ ❸

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End of Part 1

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