S: Geometry in our lives?
FC: Geometry in our lives? | Made by: Natasha Sun Sneha Kannan
1: A mathematician from Indiana is credited for solving a 65 year old math problem. He was able to get the exponent of 1 which was thought to be impossible. He ended up getting a $250 prize for his achievement. | http://homepages.indiana.edu/web/page/normal/17541.html | ^The Guy who I was talking about^
2: In this golf book, the author describes how to hold the club using geometry. The author describes it by saying " a little advice when working on your grip: it is easier to assume the correct position of your hands if you hold the club up in front of you at a 45 degrees to the vertical."
4: This frying pan uses geometry.
5: A coconut grater uses geometry too.
6: If these telephone poles were to form a rectangular prism, points A and C would be collinear. Another example would be points A and B. An example of points that are noncollinear are points A, B, and D. | Collinear means that the points lie on the same line. Noncollinear means that the points do not lie on the same line.
8: This recipe for macaroons can be seen on www.giverslog.com/?p=1089
9: "Sift flour mixture over whites, and fold until mixture is smooth and shiny. I found the amount of folding to be crucial. Fold too little, and your macaroon shells will have peaks instead of nice rounded caps. Fold too much, and your meringue will drip into a mess of wafer-thin blobs."
10: Investigators use deductive reasoning very frequently. | To learn more about investigators, click visit the link below. www.bls.gov/oco/ocos157.htm
11: Private detectives and investigators help people, businesses, and attorneys by finding and analyzing information. They link up clues to uncover facts about legal, financial, or personal matters.
12: This 3d photo frame is made out of points. Those points connect to make lines. The lines are on different planes. This an example of the 3 undefined things.
13: Advertisements with conditional statements
14: This Tom Watson's golf club has a 56 degrees club head.
15: This golf club uses geometry because the wedge is as a 56 degree angle causing the ball will fly up more.
16: This picture contains lines, points, angles, and planes, that make a abstract picture.
17: World geography teachers also use geometry to teach.