FC: Geometry Scrapbook By Kat Popp
2: The two images pictured above and below this text are examples of parallel lines used in daily life. These parallel lines are crucial to their function. For example, a train wouldn't be able to run properly or travel if the tracks were not parallel.
3: In these images, the objects pictured are congruent to each other , or are the same size. If they weren't congruent, the mittens would not fit (as hands are usually the same size) and the building would be unstable and most likely collapse.
6: Here, one will see a car broken into geometric shapes. Many man made things, like cars, are created with geometric shapes that wouldn't be functional without these sophomore level ideas. Drawing designs and blueprints for a car like this are all a part of Geometry, one of the most functional forms of mathematics.