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Geometry

Identify symmetry and rotational, transverse etc.

identify symmetry and rotational, transverse etc. Find real word examples and then design your own logo with your intials and ssomething else that shows who you are.

Categories
Geometry

Identify symmetry and rotational, transverse etc.

identify symmetry and rotational, transverse etc. Find real word examples and then design your own logo with your intials and ssomething else that shows who you are.

Categories
Geometry

Consider a side view, top view, and front view.

Please see attached document (1.08) to show answers to the other questions and the object in question 1 to be drawn with arcs for parallel and perpendicular lines.
Make a construction of your object on a piece of paper. Using a compass and straightedge, create a 2-D diagram that represents your 3-D object. Consider a side view, top view, and front view. Things to keep in mind: does your object have congruent segments, congruent angles, parallel or perpendicular lines, or any special shapes such as equilateral triangles, squares, or regular hexagons?
(15 points)
Review Videos of 1.03 Lessons here:
Link Online Compass : https://www.mathspad.co.uk/i2/construct.php
Link How to use the Online Compass : https://sites.google.com/flvs.net/4872geometryconstructions/home
Examples of what need to be done is also attached.
1.03 Parallel Lines- bit.ly/constr_parallel_lines
1.03 Perpendicular Lines point not on line bit.ly/Constr_Perp_NotOnLine
1.03 Perpendicular Lines point on line bit.ly/Constr_Perp_OnLine

Categories
Geometry

Consider a side view, top view, and front view.

Please see attached document (1.08) to show answers to the other questions and the object in question 1 to be drawn with arcs for parallel and perpendicular lines.
Make a construction of your object on a piece of paper. Using a compass and straightedge, create a 2-D diagram that represents your 3-D object. Consider a side view, top view, and front view. Things to keep in mind: does your object have congruent segments, congruent angles, parallel or perpendicular lines, or any special shapes such as equilateral triangles, squares, or regular hexagons? (15 points)
Review Videos of 1.03 Lessons here:
Link Online Compass : https://www.mathspad.co.uk/i2/construct.php Link How to use the Online Compass : https://sites.google.com/flvs.net/4872geometryconstructions/home Examples of what need to be done is also attached.
1.03 Parallel Lines- bit.ly/constr_parallel_lines 1.03 Perpendicular Lines point not on line bit.ly/Constr_Perp_NotOnLine 1.03 Perpendicular Lines point on line bit.ly/Constr_Perp_OnLine

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Geometry

How does this affect the community of drivers?

3. Why do you think most signs are modeled after mathematical shapes rather than artistic swirls and other designs? How does this affect the community of drivers?