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Triangle Special Facts Help
Introduction to Triangle Special Facts Right Triangle Suppose we have a triangle Δ PQR with sides S, T , and U , having lengths s, ...
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Types of Quadrilaterals Help
Introduction to Types of Quadrilaterals A foursided geometric plane figure is called a quadrilateral . Because a quadrilateral has more sides than a triangle, there are more types. The allowable range of interiorangle measures is ...
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Facts about Quadrilaterals Help
Facts about Quadrilaterals  Interior Angles Every quadrilateral has certain properties, depending on the “species.” Here are some useful facts concerning these foursided plane figures. Sum Of Measures Of ...
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Quadrilateral Perimeters and Areas Help
Introduction to Quadrilateral Perimeters and Areas Interior area is an expression of the size of the region enclosed by a polygon, and that lies in the same plane as all the vertices of the polygon. It is expressed in square units (or ...
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Quadrilaterals Practice Test
Review: Types of Quadrilaterals Help Facts About Quadrilaterals ...
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Polygons, Five Sides and Up Help
Introduction to Polygons There is no limit to the number of sides a polygon can have. In order to qualify as a plane polygon, all of the vertices (points where the sides come together) must lie in the same plane, and no two sides are allowed ...
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Polygon Rules Help
Introduction to Polygon Rules All plane polygons share certain things in common. It’s possible to calculate the perimeter or area of any polygon. Certain rules and definitions apply concerning the interior and exterior angles, and the ...
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Circumference and Area of a Circle Help
Introduction to Circumference and Area of a Circle A circle is a geometric figure consisting of all points in a plane that are equally distant from some center point. Imagine a flashlight with a round lens that throws a brilliant ...
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