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Power-Point: Quadrilaterals, and Distinguished Parallelograms

Power-Point:  Quadrilaterals, and Distinguished Parallelograms
Power-Point:  Quadrilaterals, and Distinguished Parallelograms
Power-Point:  Quadrilaterals, and Distinguished Parallelograms
Power-Point:  Quadrilaterals, and Distinguished Parallelograms
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Your students will enjoy the geometric basics in this presentation, as they gradually embark upon valuable material that is intended to support them in their daily homework assignments and their assessments. They will learn about the meaning of the word polygon, concave and convex polygons, vertices, the parts of a polygon, the difference between "regular" and "irregular" polygons, the difference between "equi-angular" and "equilateral" polygons, the various types of polygons according to their number of sides, how to name a polygon, and then they will apply the properties of parallelograms in solving for individual angle measurement. They will learn about opposite sides and opposite angles of a parallelogram and how they are related. They will encounter the diagonals of parallelograms and discover how those are related, as well.
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Power-Point:  Quadrilaterals, and Distinguished Parallelograms
Power-Point:  Quadrilaterals, and Distinguished Parallelograms
Power-Point:  Quadrilaterals, and Distinguished Parallelograms
Power-Point:  Quadrilaterals, and Distinguished Parallelograms