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Math Project

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BC: Thanks!!!!

FC: Shapes and Designs

1: Isosceles Triangle | An isosceles triangle that has at least 2 equal sides. It is usually catagorized by acute angles. | It doesn't really have a certain degrees because its sides go all over the place.

2: Equilateral Triangle | An equilateral triangle has all equal sides. A equilateral has all acute angles. | Regular triangles like these usually have 180 degrees which means each side is 60 degrees

3: Scalene Triangle | A scalene triangle has no equal sides so it can usually have all different angles | It doesn't really have a certain degrees because its sides go all over the place.

4: A square has all equal sides and angles all of the angles add up to 360 degrees | Square | The number of every side is 90 degrees

5: A Quadrilateral It can be a square a non-square rectangle a non-square rhombus, and a irregular quadrilateral | The number of every side depends on the shape because there are many different shapes with different decreases.

6: A Quadrilateral Non square rectangle is a rectangle that can't be a square and that is all rectangles because a rectangle can't be a square but a square can be a rectangle | A rhombus is not square. If it was square, then the angles would measure to 90 degrees each but they do not. A rhombus is a parallelogram and so the all of the lines are parallel so a non square rhombus does not have any parallel lines.

7: An irregular quadrilaterals are quadrilaterals that don't look like they can be quadrilaterals because they may not follow all of the guidelines but they do have a shape like a non square rectangle can be one.

8: A pentagon Is equal to 540 degrees. | A pentagon has all but one side that is equal to each other. A regular would have only one side that is not equal. | This pentagon is a irregular because it has all equal sides | The number of every side is 108 degrees | An irregular would have more than 1 side that is not equal or none that are equal.

9: A hexagon is equal to 720 degrees. A hexagon that is a regular polygon are all equal sides that have 6 sides. An irregular would have a side that is not equal. | The number of every side is 120 degrees.

10: An octagon has 1,080 degrees. A regular octagon's sides are usually all equal and a irregular octagon may not have all equal sides. It has 8 sides | This Octagon has all equal sides so it is a regular octagon. | The number of every side is 135 degrees

11: A Decagon has 10 equal sides. The sum of its angles are 1,440. An irregular decagon may not have these equal sides but they will have the same sum of angles. | The number of every side is 180 degrees.

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