Name the following shapes and, where appropriate, describe their lines and angels.
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3) This line is oblique. 4) These lines are curved. 5) These two lines are parallel. They are equidistans at all. points. 7) The broken line marks
the line at the botton may be called the base. 2) This is an isosceles triangle. 3) This is an equilateral triangle. The theorem of Phytagoras states :. “In a right angled
The line drawn from on side of the circle to the other, passing through the point of origin, is called the diameter. The part of a circle enclosed by an arc and a chord is called a
through the vertices of a tiangle is called the circumcircle of the triangle, and the center is called its circumcentre. The circle is circumscribed around the triangle.
Use the words you have learned to give information about the figures
The line drawn from one corner to the Opposite corner is called the diagonal.. Objects shaped like a pentagon are
This is ellipsoid. Objects Snaped like a spere are with this shape are ellipsoid. Objects shaped like a cube are cubic. 4) These shapes are prism.. a) is right square
vertical stripes, blue, green and black from left to right. In the central
teaching of mathematics Knowledge of the repertoire of effective teaching strategies Knowledge of Intellectual Quality Knowledge of strategies for supporting creativity and
In relation to this, the Malaysian Teacher Standard (MTS) 2009 which consists of three main content standards: (1) Professional values within the teaching profession, (2) Knowledge and
The process of mathematical activity encompasses problem solving that can be done through vari ous strategies and mathematical models. Exploration of the problems enable engagement of