Tessellations and Art . Student Support Services. What is a Tessellation?. It is a tiling of the plane is a collection of plane figures that fills the plane with no overlaps and no gaps. Types of Tessellations. Regular Tessellations Semi-regular Tessellations. Regular Tessellations.

BySection 8.4 Polyhedrons & Spheres. Polyhedron. Plural: polyhedrons or polyhedra A solid bounded by plane regions. The faces of the polyhedrons are polygons The edges are the line segments common to these polygons Vertices are the endpoints of the edges

ByTessellations. A Tessellation is a collection of figures that cover a plane with no gaps or overlaps. You can use transformations to create them. On the left is a true tessellation; on the right is not a tessellation but a pattern.

ByDeveloping Formulas for Circles and Regular Polygons. 9-2. Warm Up. Lesson Presentation. Lesson Quiz. Holt Geometry. Warm Up Find the unknown side lengths in each special right triangle. 1. a 30°-60°-90° triangle with hypotenuse 2 ft. 2. a 45°-45°-90° triangle with leg length 4 in.

Bya 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.

ByPolygons. The word ‘ poly gon ’ is a Greek word. Poly means many and gon means angles. Polygons. The word polygon means “many angles” A two dimensional object A closed figure. More about Polygons. Made up of three or more straight line segments

ByTessellations. Lesson 10-4. Tessellations. A tessellation is a design or pattern in which a shape is use repeatedly to cover a plane with no gaps, overlaps, or empty spaces. . 1. A regular tessellation is a pattern made with only one type of regular polygon.

By10-3 Areas of Regular Polygons. Parts of a Regular Polygon. center. radius. apothem. Theorem 10-6 Area of a Regular Polygon. Theorem 10-6 Area of a Regular Polygon. Theorem 10-6 Area of a Regular Polygon. Theorem 10-6 Area of a Regular Polygon. Theorem 10-6 Area of a Regular Polygon.

ByPolygons. 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.

ByPolygons. By Beth Roberts. Polygons. A polygon is a figure that is made up of only line segments. It is a closed figure and its sides intersect in exactly two places.

ByTESSELLATIONS. Oleh : Sulistyana SMP N 1 Wonosari. What kind of a geometrical shape forms this design?. INDICATORS:. Creating tessellations using equilateral triangle, regular hexagon, rhombus, and trapezoid.

ByChapter 3. Polygons. 3.1 Basic Polygons. I. Properties of a Polygon. A plane figure formed by three or more consecutive segments (sides or laterals) Each side intersects exactly two other sides at its endpoints. These intersections are called vertices.

ByPlease work on the pink warm up. 5.5 Special Triangles & Areas of Regular Polygons. 2x. x √3. x √2 . x. x. FIND THE SHORT LEG FIRST!!!. x. There are 2 special right triangles 45-45-90 30-60-90.

ByLesson 9-R. Chapter 9 Review. Objectives. Review chapter 9 material. Vocabulary. None new. Reflections - Flips. Equal distance from line of reflection. Origin ( x,y ) (-x, -y) Multiply both by -1 (origin is midpoint of all points and their primes) Lines

ByTransparency 11-3. 5-Minute Check on Lesson 11-2. Find the area of each figure. Round to the nearest tenth if necessary. 2. 3. 4.

ByClassifying Polygons. Section 9.3. Learning Targets. I can classify triangles. I can classify quadrilaterals. Homework Review. Homework Review. Homework Review. Polygon. A polygon is a closed plane figure with at least three sides . The sides meet only at their endpoints.

By1.6 CLASSIFY POLYGONS. Objectives. Identify and name polygons. T. Y. P. A. C. X. U. D. B. W. V. Q. R. Polygons. Polygon – a closed figure whose sides are formed by a finite number of coplanar segments

BySYMMETRY. SYMMETRY. REGULAR. IRREGULAR. Lines of Symmetry. TRUE?. FALSE?. Q. The number of lines of symmetry of a regular polygon is always the same as the number of edges. TRUE?. FALSE?. Q. Irregular polygons have no lines of symmetry. Lines of Symmetry. Regular or Irregular?.

ByTessellations. Group #7:. Christi Kimball Stacy Clarke Lisa Booze Nancy Lilly Melissa Mueller. What is it?. Tessellation * : A pattern made up of one or more shapes, completely covering the surface without any gaps or overlaps.

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