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Geometry Session 3: Polygons
 
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Session 3, Part B:
Classifying Polygons

In This Part: Properties of Polygons | Grouping Polygons | Polygon-Classification Game
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Consider the polygons below:

ungrouped

This diagram shows how these four polygons can be grouped into the categories Concave and Not Concave.

Problem B1

Solution  

Make a diagram to show how these same four polygons can be grouped into the categories Line Symmetry and Not Concave. Use a circle to represent each category. Note 4


Stop!  Do the above problem before you proceed.  Use the tip text to help you solve the problem if you get stuck.
The circles need to overlap. Why? What goes in the middle?   Close Tip

 

Problems B1-B4 adapted from IMPACT Mathematics, developed by Educational Development Center, Inc. pp.50-54. © 2000 Glencoe/McGraw-Hill. Used with permission. www.glencoe.com/sec/math

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