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How to find geometry at pkes

Find Geometry at PKES

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This is a sign for the car rider line which represents symmetry.

This is a sign for the car rider line which represents symmetry.

This is part of where the drain flows in the front of the school. It represents a hexagon because it has 6 sides.

This is part of where the drain flows in the front of the school. It represents a hexagon because it has 6 sides.

These are examples are of Parallelograms because they have two pairs of parallel lines.

These are examples are of Parallelograms because they have two pairs of parallel lines.

This is an example of an octagon because it has eight sides. A stop sign has 8 sides.

This is an example of an octagon because it has eight sides. A stop sign has 8 sides.

This is the drain in the front of the school which represents a rectangle.

This is the drain in the front of the school which represents a rectangle.

This is an example of a Triangle because it has 3 sides. This is a flower leaf.

This is an example of a Triangle because it has 3 sides. This is a flower leaf.

This is the front of the school which represents a pentagon.

This is the front of the school which represents a pentagon.

This is an example of a vertex because it is a point where two rays meet in an angle.

This is an example of a vertex because it is a point where two rays meet in an angle.

This is the red line for the car riders in the car rider line. This represents a line because it keeps going on forever in both directions.

This is the red line for the car riders in the car rider line. This represents a line because it keeps going on forever in both directions.

This is a rhombus. It is in the Polygon family. It has 4 sides that have the same length.

This is a rhombus. It is in the Polygon family. It has 4 sides that have the same length.

This is the flag pole in the front of the school. It represents a ray because it goes on in one direction.

This is the flag pole in the front of the school. It represents a ray because it goes on in one direction.

This is an example of perpendicular lines. It is the tile floor in the hallways.

This is an example of perpendicular lines. It is the tile floor in the hallways.

This is an example of a right angle because it has a 90 degree angle. This is lines in the cement.

This is an example of a right angle because it has a 90 degree angle. This is lines in the cement.

This is a brick in front of the window which represents a square.

This is a brick in front of the window which represents a square.

This is branches on the tree which represents an acute angle.

This is branches on the tree which represents an acute angle.

This is the middle of a flower in the classroom which represents a circle.

This is the middle of a flower in the classroom which represents a circle.

This is an angle because it is the point where two rays meet.

This is an angle because it is the point where two rays meet.

This is intersecting lines because they intersect each other.

This is intersecting lines because they intersect each other.

This is a quadrilateral because it has 4 straight sides.

This is a quadrilateral because it has 4 straight sides.

This is an example of a polygon because it also has 4 straight sides.

This is an example of a polygon because it also has 4 straight sides.

This is a line segment because there is two endpoints.

This is a line segment because there is two endpoints.

This is parallel lines because they go on forever in both directions. Also because they never cross each other.

This is parallel lines because they go on forever in both directions. Also because they never cross each other.

This is an obtuse angle because it has a 180 degree angle.

This is an obtuse angle because it has a 180 degree angle.

  • 1.0 Shapes
  • 2.0 Lines
  • 3.0 Angles