# 'Consecutive sides' presentation slideshows

## 5.4 Four-Sided Polygons

5.4 Four-Sided Polygons. Objectives : Recognize polygons Name polygons Recognize convex polygons Find diagonals of a polygon Identify special types of quadrilaterals. 5.4. Polygons. Plane figures Consists only of segments Consecutive sides intersect at endpoints

By saniya
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## 6.5

6.5. What Is It Called? Pg. 18 Identifying the Quadrilateral. 6.5 – What Is It Called? _ Identifying the Quadrilateral.

By lemuel
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## Rectangles, Rhombi and Squares

Rectangles, Rhombi and Squares. Notes 23 – Sections 6.4 & 6.5. Essential Learnings. Students will understand and be able to recognize and apply properties of rectangles, rhombi and squares. Students will be able to determine whether parallelograms are rectangles, rhombi, or squares.

By benny
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## Warm up is on the back table. Please get one and start working ♥

Warm up is on the back table. Please get one and start working ♥. We’re going to . 6.3 Proving Parallelograms . and. 6.4 Rectangles, Rhombi and Squares. together. 5 pieces of cool information about parallelograms.

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## Rectangles

Rectangles. A rectanlge is defined the following way: a quadrilateral that is made up of two pairs of parallel lines and that has four right angles. To prove a quadrilateral is a rectangle, you must show that:. 1) Opposite sides are parallel. 2) Consecutive sides are perpendicular.

By hastin
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Review of Special Quadrilaterals. S h a p e R e v i e w. Rectangle Quadrilateral with 4 right angles All rectangles are parallelograms Rhombus Quadrilateral with four congruent sides All rhombuses are parallelograms Square Quadrilateral with 4 right angles and four congruent sides

By lazaro
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Name That Quadrilateral. Be as specific as possible. Trapezoid. Name That Quadrilateral. Be as specific as possible. Parallelogram. Name That Quadrilateral. Be as specific as possible Isosceles Trapezoid. Name That Quadrilateral. Be as specific as possible Parallelogram.

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## 6.5

6.5. What Is It Called? Pg. 17 Identifying the Quadrilateral. 6.5 – What Is It Called? _ Identifying the Quadrilateral.

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## 6.4

6.4. What If Consecutive Sides Are Equal? Pg. 16 Properties of Kites. 6.4 – What If Consecutive Sides Are Equal?_ Properties of Kites. In this chapter you have studied shapes that have opposite sides equal. Today you are going to investigate shapes that have consecutive sides equal.

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## Chapter 6

Chapter 6 . 6-6 Properties of kites and trapezoids. Objectives. Use properties of kites to solve problems. Use properties of trapezoids to solve problems. Kite . A kite is a quadrilateral with exactly two pairs of congruent consecutive sides. Properties . Problem solving application.

By kiri
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Unit 3– Quadrilaterals. Review for Final Exam. True/False. A diagonal is a line segment in a polygon that connects any two vertices. True/False. If the sum of the lengths of two consecutive sides of a kite is 48 cm, then the perimeter of the kite is 96 cm. True/False.

By fagan
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## Chapter 9 Summary Project

Jeffrey Lio Period 2 12/18/03. Chapter 9 Summary Project. Parallelism. Definitions:. Skew Lines : Any two non-coplanar lines that do not intersect. L 1 and L 2 are skew lines. Parallel Lines : Any two coplanar lines that do not intersect. L 1 and L 2 are parallel lines.

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8.1 Quadrilaterals. Quadrilaterals. § 8.1 Quadrilaterals. § 8.2 Parallelograms. § 8.3 Tests for Parallelograms. § 8.4 Rectangles, Rhombi, and Squares. § 8.5 Trapezoids. Vocabulary. Quadrilaterals. What You'll Learn.

By katina
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## 1.6 – Classify Polygons

1.6 – Classify Polygons. Polygon:. 1. Has at least 3 sides. 2. No sides overlap. 3. No curved sides. Line segment forming the polygon. Side:. M. Q. T. R. S. Point where two sides meet. Vertex:. M. M. T. Q. S. T. R. Q. R. S. Consecutive Sides:.

By kaveri
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-Kites. 2.3e: Quadrilaterals. CCSS:. GSE’s. M(G&M)–10–2 Makes and defends conjectures, constructs geometric arguments, uses geometric properties, or uses theorems to solve problems involving polygons.

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## Notes 8-4, 8-5

Notes 8-4, 8-5. Rectangles, Rhombi, and Squares. What is a Rectangle?. A rectangle is a quadrilateral with four right angles. Since a rectangle is a parallelogram, a rectangle â€œinheritsâ€ all the properties of parallelograms. Example:.

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## Section 5.4: Four Sided Polygons

Section 5.4: Four Sided Polygons. By Joe Lenahan. Polygons. Polygons- closed plane figure made up of several line segments that are joined together. The sides do not cross each other. Exactly two sides meet at every vertex. These are examples of polygons. Polygons. J. L. O. E. C.

By faolan
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CHAPTER 5: QUADRILATERALS. 5-4: Special Quadrilaterals. RECTANGLES. A rectangle is a quadrilateral that has four right angles. Because both pairs of opposite angles of a rectangle are congruent, a rectangle is a parallelogram. RHOMBUS.

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## 6-1: Angles of Polygons

Definition of a quadrilateral - a closed figure with four sides and four vertices. Are these quadrilaterals? Yes or no?. yes. no. 6-1: Angles of Polygons. Name in order of the vertices. Quadrilateral HOPE Quadrilateral OPEH Quadrilateral PEHO Quadrilateral EHOP Quadrilateral HEPO

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