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But solids have three dimensions length , Breadth and height 5 Slide 6: FIND THE GEOMETRICAL SHAPES 6 Slide 7: Once again name the shapes SQUARE RECTANGLE TRIANGLE CIRCLE HEXAGON PARALLELOGRAM 7. CUBE 8. CUBOID 9. CYLINDER 10.SPHERE 11.CONE 7 Slide 8: MEASUREMENTS There are various type of measurements used in geometry. Linear measurement. Surface measurement. Volumetric measurement. 8 Slide 9: Linear measurement. Millimeters, Centimeters, Decimeters and Meters and kms Using meter-scale, measuring tapes, etc.. We measure Length in 9 More details Slide 10: PERIMETER He runs 2 equal lengths (2l units)and 2 equal breadths(2b units) Consider a boy running around a rectangular field. Length ( l ) Breadth (b) 10 Length ( l ) Breadth (b) How much distance did he run? Thus he runs 2l + 2b = 2(l+b)units This is called as perimeter of the rectangle Slide 11: PERIMETER He runs 4 equal lengths s+s+s+s units)and Thus he runs s+s+s+s = 4s units This is called as perimeter of a square. Consider a boy running around a Square field. How much distance did he run? Side (s) 11 Side ( s) Side (s) Side (s) Slide 12: PERIMETER The perimeter (or ) circumference is the distance covered by the boy. The Circumference of a circle = 2r units Where = 3.14 = 22/7 Consider a boy running around a circular field 12 Radius = r ? Click here Slide 13: 13 Find the perimeter of the colored plane figures Slide 14: Surface measurement Area is the surface occupied by a plane figure. Area is the product of two linear measurement of same unit. It occupies several squares. We measure Surface as Areas. Ex: The mat spread on the floor occupies some space. The cost of painting the wall depends on the Space which is to be painted 14 Slide 15: Basic formula for areas Area of a square= s x s Square units Area of a Rectangle= l x b Square units 15 Slide 16: Parallelogram Area of a parallelogram = b x h Square units b = Base Length h = height 16 Slide 17: h=height b = base Area of Right handed Triangle = ½ b x h Square units ½ bxh ½ bxh Area of Right handed Triangle 17 Slide 18: Find the area of the following plane figures if each square has side 1 cm. 18 Slide 19: Find the area of the following plane figures if each square has side 1 cm. 19 Slide 20: 20 Find the area of the colored plane figures Slide 21: 21 Circle Area formula: Area of a circle = x r x r = r 2 sq. units ? Click here Diameter (d) D=2r Radius ‘r’ Major segment Minor segment Chord Sector Slide 22: 22 What is ? (sometimes written pi) is a mathematical constant whose value is the ratio of any circle‘s circumference to its diameter in Euclidean space ; this is the same value as the ratio of a circle's area to the square of its radius. It is approximately equal to 3.141593 in the usual decimal notation. (Ref: Wikipedia) Back Slide 23: 23 RECAP Slide 24: 24 ACTIVITY-1 Observe the following models given to you. Equilateral triangle Side = s units Side = s units ½ s units ½ s units Slide 25: Side = s units Side = s units Side = s units 25 ACTIVITY-2 Observe the following models given to you. Hexagon Side = s units Side = s units Slide 26: 26 ACTIVITY - 3 Derive a formula to find the perimeter of an equilateral triangle. Derive the formula to find the height of an equilateral triangle (Use Pythogorous theorem) Derive a formula to find the area of an equilateral triangle. Derive a formula to find the perimeter of a regular hexagon. Derive a formula to find the area of a regular hexagon. Derive the following formula using the models given to you. Pythogorous theorem Slide 27: 27 PYTHOGOROUS THEOREM Theorem: In a Right angled triangle Square of the hypotenuse = sum of the squares of other two sides BACK NEXT LESSON [ Hypotenuse is the side opposite to 90o ] By theorem AC2 = AB2 + BC2 i.e., z2 = x2 + y2. x2 = z2 y2. Slide 28: 28 Volume Volume is the space occupied by an object (Space is 3 dimensional) Ex: Juice in a container. Milk in a vessel. Volume is the product of three measurements of same unit. [ Length x Breadth x Height for a rectangular vessel ] More details Slide 29: 29 Volume Basics-1 10cm 5 cm 12 x 1 = 12 cm Volume = Base area x Height = A x h = (l x b) x h Cubic units Slide 30: 30 Volume Basics-2 Volume = Base area x Height = ( r2 ) x h = r2 h Cubic units Here the area of the base = Area of the circle = r2 sq. units Slide 31: Volume of a cuboid Length = 4 units Breadth = 3 units Height = 3 units Volume of a Cuboid = Length x Breadth x Height = l x b x h = lbh cubic units. Slide 32: Volume of a cube side = 3 units Side = 3 units Side = 3 units Volume of a Cube = Side x Side x Side = SxSxS= S3 cubic units. Slide 33: 33 EVALUATION-1 The Perimeter of a square is _______ Area of a square is ________ The perimeter of a rectangle is __________ Area of a Rectangle is _________ The circumference of a circle is _________ The area of a circle is __________ The area of a right angled triangle is ____________ The area of a parallelogram is __________ The perimeter of an equilateral triangle is _______ The height of an equilateral triangle _________ The area of an equilateral triangle __________ The perimeter of a regular hexagon___________ The area of a regular hexagon _____________ l x b sq. units. s2 sq. units. 4s units. 2 ( l + b ) units. 2r units. r 2 sq. units. ½ (bxh) sq. units. bxh sq. units. 3s units. 6 s units. Slide 34: EVALUATION-2 The volume of a right angular solid is ________________ The volume of a cube is ________ The volume of a cuboid is __________ The volume of a cylinder is _________ (r 2 ) h cu. units. s3 cu. units. (Base area x Height )cu.Unit ( l x bxh ) cu. units. Slide 35: Find the area of the colored plane region 9 sq. cm 2 sq. cm 2 sq. cm 1 sq.cm 10 sq. cm 6 sq. cm 2 sq. cm 1 sq.cm 1 sq.cm 35 EVALUATION-3 Slide 36: Find the area of the graveled path 36 EVALUATION-4 Slide 37: Find the volume of the following shapes: 37 EVALUATION-5 Slide 38: Find the volume of the following shapes: 38 EVALUATION-6 Slide 39: Find the volume of the following shape: 39 EVALUATION-7 Slide 40: END OF THE LESSON PLAN You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.