FC: The Road To Geometry Veronica Elizondo 5-14-2012
1: Page 1-Parallel lines Page 2-Two Congruent Objects Page 3- Vertical Angles Page 4- Perpendicular lines Page 5 - Intersecting lines Page 6- Supplementary Angles Page 7- Different proportions Page 8- Adjacent Page 9-Similarity Page 10- Two dimensional Page 11-Surface Area Page 12- Pythagoras | Page 13-Diameter Page 14- Three dimensional Page 15 - Volume Page 16- Reflection | Table of Contents
2: 1 | Parallel Lines | Definition- Coplanar lines that don't intersect. | If the roads weren't parallel the cars going one way would run into the other cars going in the opposite direction.
3: 2 | Two Congruent Objects | Definition- an objects that equal each other in size and shape. | If the two wheels on the car weren't congruent the car would be very hard to steer and would cause many accidents.
4: 3 | Vertical Angles | Definition- the angles opposite each other when two lines cross | When Leopard St. and Violet Rd. intersect they form vertical angles, i think the person made the vertical angles to show that there is something on the corners.
5: 4 | Perpendicular Lines | Definition- a line that forms a right angle if it crosses or meets another line | If the lines weren't perpendicular then the cars would all run into each other.
6: 5 | Intersecting Lines | Definition- Two or more lines that meet at a point | It is important for these to intersect because if they didn't the cars wouldn't be able to get from one side of the street to the other.
7: 6 | Supplementary Angles | Definition- Two angles who's measurement's have a sum of 180 | If the two roads weren't supplementary it would be hard for the people in the front lane to turn right or left without crashing into the other cars on the sides.
8: 7 | Different proportions | Definition- when two similar objects are different sizes
9: 8 | Adjacent | Definition- coplanar angles that share a vertex and a side but no interior points.
10: 9 | Similarity | Definition- a point, feature, or detail where two items are alike
11: 10 | Two Dimensional | Definition- an object with just length and height
12: 11 | Surface Area | Definition- The total area of the surface of a three-dimensional object
13: 12 | Pythagoras | Greek philosopher and mathematician who noticed that there was a relationship in right triangles.
14: 13 | Diameter | Definition- a line that passes through the center of a circle with both its endpoints lying on the circle.
15: 14 | Three Dimensional | Definition- An object that has height, width and depth.
16: 15 | Volume | Definition- The number of cubic units in a three- dimensional figure
17: 16 | Reflection | I think i deserve a 100 for this scrapbook project because i spent at least two hours everyday after school since Monday working on this project and i put so much effort into this.