The last couple of days, we've been working on geometry. We've been trying to define and classify quadrilaterals. Today in class, we will go over even more specific and detailed information about these incredible quadrilaterals. By the end of the day, the following assignment will definitely let the world know how much you know about quadrilaterals.
Here's the job...
- Consider what we learned in class today. That's right. Step one is just to think - do a sort of mental review.
- Study the diagrams below. They are the same diagrams that we spoke about in class today.
- Write a comment to this post in which you compare the two diagrams.
- In your comment, use each of the seven words that you see on the diagram at least once.
- In your comment, make sure to include the following additional terms...
- right angle
6. Consider the following questions about the second part of the diagram when you write your comment:
- Why is the trapezoid inside the quadrilateral but outside the parallelogram?
- Why are there a rhombus and a rectangle inside the parallelogram?
- Why are there two squares, one inside the rhombus and one inside the rectangle?