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About this Template

About this Template

About this Template This template is intended as a drawing aid for creating and editing graphics in Microsoft PowerPoint.

By jaden
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Last Time

Last Time

Last Time. Modeling intro Polygonal modeling Ways of representing polygonal meshes Indexing schemes (indirection) Level-of-Detail. Today. Modeling techniques Homework 6 out yesterday, due April 20 No lecture April 22. Problems with Polygons. Interaction is a problem

By Anita
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Computer Graphics Hardware Acceleration for Embedded Level Systems

Computer Graphics Hardware Acceleration for Embedded Level Systems

Computer Graphics Hardware Acceleration for Embedded Level Systems. Brian Murray 02-15-2002. Topics. Why? Introduction to Computer Graphics Object Representation Object Rasterization Graphics Hardware Goals Problems Architecture Embedded System Optimizations. Object Representation.

By andrew
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7-1

7-1

7-1. Ratios in Similar Polygons. Warm Up. Lesson Presentation. Lesson Quiz. Holt McDougal Geometry. Holt Geometry.  Q  Z;  R  Y;  S  X; QR  ZY ; RS  YX ; QS  ZX. Warm Up

By yardley
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2D Graphics

2D Graphics

2D Graphics. CIS 487/587 Bruce R. Maxim UM-Dearborn. Vector Graphics. Advantages No jagged lines  Can only draw what is on the screen Control electron gun directly (very fast) Store line end points only Disadvantages Best for wire frames

By stuart
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Basic Geometry Review

Basic Geometry Review

Basic Geometry Review. For Trigonometry Students. Undefined Geometric Terms. Point A Line Plane ABC. Half-lines (Rays). This is a ray named Point A is the “vertex” or “endpoint” of the ray; write the name of the endpoint first

By trory
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Little Intro to OpenGL

Little Intro to OpenGL

Little Intro to OpenGL. COMP471 - Computer Graphics Edition 1.2, October 2, 2002. Contents. Demos Setting up Visual C++ to work with OpenGL Working under Linux with OpenGL Basics Sample Programs skeleton.cpp Explained sampleglprogram.cpp Other Examples.

By nibaw
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What is a polygon?

What is a polygon?

a closed figure made by joining line segments Each line segment intersects exactly two others. line segments do not intersect. What is a polygon?. *All images are either original artwork or are used with permission from Microsoft Word and Microsoft Online Design Gallery.

By salene
(510 views)

We are learning about Polygons!

We are learning about Polygons!

We are learning about Polygons! . About what you may ask, Polygons! They are all around us! No Mrs. Shipley is not CRAZY!. What are polygons?. What qualifies something as a polygon? What are the names of some common polygons?

By galen
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Exploring and Classifying Polygons

Exploring and Classifying Polygons

Exploring and Classifying Polygons. Lesson 8-5. Polygons. A polygon is a closed figure whose sides are made up of straight line segments that do not cross. Naming Polygons. Classifying Quadrilaterals. Quadrilaterals are four-sided polygons.

By xiu
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Project 1

Project 1

Project 1. Tic Tac Toe Assigned Mon, Sep 8, 2003 Due Mon, Sep 15, 2003. Tic Tac Toe. Read the handout . Download the files. TicTacToe.cpp player.h player.cpp set.h point2.h Download the demo. TicTacToe.exe. Tic Tac Toe. Your job is to provide the graphics for The game grid.

By kata
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7-2

7-2

7-2. Ratios in Similar Polygons. Warm Up. Lesson Presentation. Lesson Quiz. Holt McDougal Geometry. Holt Geometry. 7-2.  Q  Z;  R  Y;  S  X; QR  ZY ; RS  YX ; QS  ZX. Warm Up

By konane
(118 views)

Polygons

Polygons

Polygons. A polygon is a closed figure in a plane formed by connecting line segments endpoint to endpoint, with each segment intersecting exactly two others Each segment is called a side of the polygon Each point where two segments meet is called a vertex of the polygon. Polygons.

By marrim
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Section 7.2 Perimeter and Area of Polygons

Section 7.2 Perimeter and Area of Polygons

Section 7.2 Perimeter and Area of Polygons. The perimeter of a polygon is the sum of the lengths of all sides of the polygon. Formulas for Perimeter. Triangles Scalene: P = a + b + c Isosceles: P = b + 2s (base + 2 equal sides) Equilateral: P = 3s (3 x sides) Quadrilaterals

By lenore
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Chapter 11 Areas of Polygons and Circles

Chapter 11 Areas of Polygons and Circles

Use measures of angles of polygons to solve problems. Find the measures of interior and exterior angles of polygons. Chapter 11 Areas of Polygons and Circles. Section 11.1 Angle Measures in Polygons. Lesson 1 Contents. Example 1 Interior Angles of Regular Polygons

By cody
(185 views)

Polygons

Polygons

Polygons. Special Quadrilaterals. Special Quadrilaterals . Rhombus Square Rectangle Video: Visit www.unitedstreaming.com and view the video entitled Maths Mansion: Rotations. Rhombus. A rhombus is a parallelogram that has all sides congruent. Rhombus.

By nitza
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Rolling Polygons

Rolling Polygons

Rolling Polygons. A dynamic PowerPoint introduction to the “Rolling Polygons Investigation” created by Mrs A. Furniss. Polygons. Irregular Polygons (different side lengths). Regular Polygons (all side lengths and angles equal). A polygon is a 2D (flat) shape with many sides.

By duff
(163 views)

Geospatial Metadata in GCE EML

Geospatial Metadata in GCE EML

Geospatial Metadata in GCE EML. Wade Sheldon Georgia Coastal Ecosystems LTER. Geospatial Data Management at GCE. Store study site polygon and point data as vector features in ArcSDE 9.3 Geodatabases “Core” study sites defined in GCE-I by PIs (marsh sites, transects)

By yeriel
(160 views)

Polygons and Venn Diagrams

Polygons and Venn Diagrams

Polygons and Venn Diagrams. A GEMS/ALEX Submission as part of a larger lesson “Relationships of Polygons: An in-depth investigation to foster mathematical thinking “ Submitted by: Elizabeth Thompson, PhD. Summer, 2008. Polygons. Venn Diagrams – a sample. Boys. Class. Girls.

By ima
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A Mathematical View of Our World

A Mathematical View of Our World

A Mathematical View of Our World. 1 st ed. Parks, Musser, Trimpe, Maurer, and Maurer. Chapter 2. Shapes in Our Lives. Section 2.1 Tilings. Goals Study polygons Vertex angles Regular tilings Semiregular tilings Miscellaneous tilings Study the Pythagorean theorem. 2.1 Initial Problem.

By boone
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