Symmetry in polygons

- the dogs face is symmetrical

-learn polygons
-use the reflectioinal symmetry and rotational symmetry.
-learn regular polygon, center of a regular polygon, center angle of a regular polygon, and axis of symmetry.

polygon- a figure formed by three or more segments and at each endpoint each segment intersects exactly at two other segments and no two segments are colliner.
sides of the polygon- the segments of a polygon.
vertices of the polygon- the common endpoints of a polygon.
equiangular polygon-all angles are congruent.
equilateral polygon- all sides are congruent.
regular polygon- all angles are congruent and all sides are congruent.
reflectional symmetry- reflection across the line is exactly the same.
axis of semmetry- the line that is reflectied across.
triangles classified by number of congruent sides-
three congruent sides: equilateral
no congruent sides: scalene
at least two congruent sides: isosceles
Rotational symmetry- has to have at least one rotation, that is not 0 degrees or multiples of 360 degrees that coincides with the original image.

properties of quadrilaterals

Learn the definition of quadrilateral parallelogram, rombus,rectangle, square, and trapezoide.
-Figure out the properties of quadrilaterals and the relationships between the properties.

Quadrilateral- a four sides polygon.
kallyntrapezoide.jpg trapezoide- a quadrilateral that has one pair of parallel sides.
catinparallo.jpgparallelogram- a quadrilateral that has two pair of parallel sides.
kallynrohmbus.jpg Rohmbus- a quadrilateral that has four congruent sides.
Rectangle- a quadrilateral that has four right andles
Square- a quadrilateral that has four righr angles and that has four congruent sides.