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Angles, triangles and polygons (part 1)

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Tap link below for Angles, triangles and polygons.

Angles, triangles and polygons (part 1)

*For answers, tap link below.*

Directions: Using the same cuts, partition these shapes into halves.

Can you expand this to fourths? Explain why or why not.

Can you create fourths of each picture using unique partitions (no figure is partitioned the same)? 9 more words

Directions: What shapes could be used to create this picture?

Make a list of the shapes needed, and how many of each you would need. 9 more words

**Geometric** relates to shapes and forms which resemble or employ the simple rectilinear or curvilinear elements of geometry.

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**Radial symmetry** is the symmetry resulting from the arrangement of similar, radiating parts about a centre point or central axis.

Ebenezer Howard // Garden City “Rurisville”, 1898

A **pattern** is an artistic or decorative design, especially one having a characteristic arrangement and considered as a unit, of which an idea can be given by a fragment.