Grade 7 Math Blogorama at Sargent Park

Sunday, March 19, 2006

Assignment Due Friday March 24th

You answer this assignment you must reply to this post as a comment. You CANNOT answer this assignment by creating a post on your classroom blog.

This assignment has two parts.

Part 1: There are 5 different types of quadrilaterals (4 sided polygons). I need you to tell me what these five polygons are called, and what the difference is between them. It would be great if you could find pictures of the quadrilaterals, but it is not required.


Part 2. There are 6 different types of triangles. 3 of them are based upon their sides (all three the same, two the same or all unique in length) and three of them based upon their interior angles.

You need you to tell me two types of triangles based upon their sides, and two types of triangles based upon their angles.

Have fun searching everyone! HINT:Remember that google is a powerful tool

Mr. R

43 Comments:

  • 5 different types of quardilaterals.

    Rectangle -
    4 right angles

    Parallelogram -
    opposite sides parallel and congruent

    Square -
    4 rigth angles & 4 congruent sides

    Rhombus -
    all sides congurent

    Trapezoid -
    only one pair of parallel lines


    6 different types of triangles.

    2 triangles based upon thier sides.

    Equilateral -
    3 equal sides

    Isosceles -
    has 2 equal sides


    2 triangles based upon their angles.

    Acute -
    3 acute angles

    Obtuse -
    1 obtuse angle

    2 others.

    Scalene -
    no equal sides

    Right -
    1 right angle

    By Blogger ecargyram, at 3/19/2006 6:03 PM  

  • Part1: The six types of quadrilaterals are:
    1 parallelogram
    2 rectangle
    3 square
    4 rhombus
    5 trapezoid
    6 kites

    The difference between a rectangle and a sqaure is that a square has 4 equal sides and rectangle has 2 equal sides.

    Part 2:
    Two triangles based upon their sides are the scalene and isosceles triangles.

    Two triangles based upon their angles are the right and acute triangles.

    By Blogger michelle, at 3/20/2006 4:19 PM  

  • Part 1:
    Quadrilaterals:
    1) rectangle:
    difference: has 4 right angles

    2) square:
    difference: has 4 right angles and
    4 congruent sides

    3) trapezoid:
    difference: has only one pair of parallel lines

    4) rhombus:
    difference: all sides are congruent

    5) parallelogram:
    difference: the opposite sides are parallel and congruent


    Part 2:
    Triangles:
    Isosceles has 2 equal sides.
    It has 3 acute angles.

    Scalene has no equal sides.
    It has 1 obtuse angle.

    Equilateral has 3 equal sides .
    It has 1 right angle.

    By Blogger Cjay, at 3/20/2006 4:55 PM  

  • Question #1
    1.rectangle- afour sided polygon having all the right angles. The sum of the angles of a rectangle is 360'
    2.Square- a four sided plygon having equal length sides meeting at the right angles. The sum of the angles of a square is 360'
    3.parallelogram- afour sided polygon with two pairs of parallel sides. The sum of the angles of a parallelogram is 360'
    4.rhombus-a four sided polygon having all four sides of equal length. The sm of the angles of a rhombus is 360'
    5.Trapezoid- a four sided polygon having exactly on epair of parallel sides. The two sides are parallel are called the bases of the trapezoid. the sum of the angles of a trapezoid is 360'

    Question #2
    1.two triangles about sides
    a) isosceles Triangle- a triangle having two sides of equal length
    b)scalene triangle- a triangle having three sides of differnet lengths
    2.two triangles about angles
    a)acute triangle- a triangle having three acute angles
    b) a triangle having an obtuse angle. One of the angles of the triangle measures more than 90'.

    A really good site to go to is for this kind of stuff is
    http://www.matheleague.com/help/geometry/polygons.htm

    By Blogger jay, at 3/20/2006 5:51 PM  

  • Part 1: They are all listed below

    - Square
    A Square is with sides of equal length that are positioned at right angles to each other.

    - Rectangle
    A rectangle is a closed side with opposite sides of equal lengths and and with four right angles.

    - Trapoziod
    A trapezoid is a quadrilateral with two sides parallel.

    - Parralellogram
    A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with opposite sides parallel.

    - Rhombus
    A quadrilateral with both pairs of opposite sides parallel and all the sides are the same length.

    Part 2: They are all listed below

    1. Acute/scalene triangle

    2. Equilateral triangle

    3. Isosceles triangle

    4. Obtues/scalene triangle

    5. Isosceles right triangle

    6. Right triangle

    Well lets start with the triangle based upon their sides.

    - An isosceles triangle is a triangle with (at least) two equal sides. It also with the equilateral

    Well lets finish this with the interior angles.

    - A right triangle is a triangle with an angle of a 90 degree. It goes for the same of isosceles triangle.

    Well it sums everything up I guess. Im ready for the next one.
    CYA

    Reference

    http://mathworld.wolfram.com

    By Blogger BOGEEYMAN!!, at 3/20/2006 8:19 PM  

  • The four Quadrilateral polygons are as follows, square, rectangle, paallelogram,rhombus, trapezoid and kites
    Two triangles that rely on their sides are Isoseles and Scalene
    Two triangles that rely on their angles are Right triangles and acute triangles

    By Blogger King Danickus, at 3/21/2006 4:19 PM  

  • 1)Rectangle,parallelogram, square,rhombus,trapezoid

    2)angles-Right and acute

    sides-equllateral and scalene

    By Blogger Matthew_23, at 3/21/2006 4:21 PM  

  • PART 1 : RECTANGLE = A quadrilateral with four 90-degree angles.
    PARALLELOGRAM = A quadrilateral with opposite sides parallel
    SQUARE = A quadrilateral with four equal sides and four 90 degree angles.
    RHOMBUS = A parallelogram with four equal sides.
    TRAPEZOID = A quadrilateral that has exactly two sides parallel.

    PART 2: BY SIDES: ISOSCELES
    SCALENE
    BY ANGLES: ACUTE
    OBTUSE

    By Blogger -rain-, at 3/21/2006 6:09 PM  

  • Part I

    The 5 types of quadrilateral are:
    Trapezoid
    Isosceles Trapezoid
    Parallelogram
    Rectangle
    Rhombus

    Part II

    The 2 types of triangle are:

    Two types of triangle that base upon their sides:
    Equilateral Triangle
    Isosceles Triangle

    Two types of triangle that base upon their angle:
    Acute Scalene Triangle
    Obtuse Scalene Triangle

    By Blogger Camille T., at 3/21/2006 6:42 PM  

  • Part 1: Five Quadrilaterals

    1. Rectangle - 4 right angles - (picture: http://www.math.com/school/subject3/images/S3U2L3GLrectangle.gif)
    2. Parellelogram - opposite sides parellel and equal (2 acute 2 obtuse) - (picture: http://www.math.com/school/subject3/images/S3U2L3GLparallelogram.gif)
    3. Square - 4 right angles - 4 equal sides - (picture: http://www.math.com/school/subject3/images/S3U2L3GLsquare.gif)
    4. Rhombus - 2 acute 2 obtuse- 4 equal sides - (picture: http://www.math.com/school/subject3/images/S3U2L3GLrhombus.gif)
    5. Trapezoid - 2 acute 2 obtuse - exactly 2 parellel sides (only main quadrilateral that isn't a paralellogram) - (picture: http://www.math.com/school/subject3/images/S3U2L3GLtrapezoid.gif)

    Part 2: Triangles

    Based upon sides: equilateral - all sides are equal
    isoceles - two sides are equal
    Based upon interior angles:
    right - has one right angle in it
    obtuse - has one obtuse angle in it

    -angelic

    By Blogger angelic72, at 3/21/2006 7:01 PM  

  • i think there are only for four sided polygons: trapazoid, Diamond, rectangle, square.

    scalene and isocoles right angle Equalateral.

    By Blogger Renegade, at 3/21/2006 7:06 PM  

  • Answer
    1.Square
    A square has got 4 sides of equal length and 4 right angles (right angle = 90 degrees).
    Since ALL the angles in a quadrilateral add up to 360 then 360 divided by 4 must be 90.

    2.Rhombus
    A Rhombus has got 4 sides of equal length and opposite sides are parallel and angles are equal.
    It looks like a square that is being pushed over. The arrows show parallel sides

    3.Rectangle
    The rectangle (oblong) contains 4 right angles (an angle of 90˚).
    It has got 2 pairs of equal sides and 4 right angles

    4.Parallelogram
    A parallelogram is a rectangle that has been pushed over. Opposite sides are the same length and they are parallel.

    5.Trapezium
    A trapezium as got one pair of parallel sides.

    6.Kite
    A kite has got two pairs of sides next to each other that have equal length. But none of the sides are parallel.

    Answer

    1.In an equilateral triangle all sides are of equal length. An equilateral triangle is also equiangular, i.e. all its internal angles are equal—namely, 60°; it is a regular polygon[1]

    2.
    In an isosceles triangle (at least) two sides are of equal length. An isosceles triangle also has two equal internal angles (namely, the angles where each of the equal sides meets the third side). An equilateral triangle is actually also an isosceles triangle, but not all isosceles triangles are equilateral triangles.[2]

    3. In a scalene triangle all sides have different lengths. The internal angles in a scalene triangle are all different.[3]

    4. A right triangle (or right-angled triangle) has one 90° internal angle (a right angle). The side opposite to the right angle is the hypotenuse; it is the longest side in the right triangle. The other two sides are the legs of the triangle.

    5.
    An obtuse triangle has one internal angle larger than 90° (an obtuse angle).

    6. An acute triangle has internal angles that are all smaller than 90° (three acute angles).

    The 2 types of triangles based upon there sides are a obtuse and a right.

    By Blogger Francis, at 3/21/2006 8:00 PM  

  • The polygon part

    the parallelogram:opposite sides parallel and congruent

    the rectangle:four right angles

    the square:four right angles and four congruent sides

    the trapezoid:only one pair of parallel lines

    the rhombus:all sidess congruent


    The triangle part

    Acute:three acute angles

    Right:one right angle

    By Blogger Alexander, at 3/22/2006 4:22 PM  

  • The 5 different types of quadrilaterals they are:

    1.) A PARALLELGRAM - has two parallel pairs of opposite sides.

    2.) A RECTANGLE - has two pairs of opposite sides parallel, and four right angles. It is also a parallelogram, since it has two pairs of parallel sides.

    3.) A SQUARE - has two pairs of parallel sides, four right angles, and all four sides are equal. It is also a rectangle and a parallelogram.

    4.) A RHOMBUS - is defined as a parallelogram with four equal sides. Is a rhombus always a rectangle? No, because a rhombus does not have to have 4 right angles.

    5.) TRAPEZOIDS - only have one pair of parallel sides. It's a type of quadrilateral that is not a parallelogram.

    6.) KITES - have two pairs of adjacent sides that are equal.


    There are 6 different triangles and they are:

    1.) EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE - if the lengths of all three sides of the triangle are equal.

    2.)ISOSCELES TRIANGLE - if only two sides of the triangle are equal in length.

    3.)SCALENE TRIANGLE - if all the sides of a triangle have different lengths.

    4.) ACUTE TRIANGLE - a triangle in which all the angles are acute ( LESS THAN 90* )

    5.) OBTUSE ANGLE - a triangle in which one of the angles is obtuse
    ( MORE THAN 90* )

    6.)RIGHT TRIANGLE - it is a triangle in which one of the angles is a right angle ( 90* )

    Two types of triangles based upon their sides are:

    1) equilateral triangle
    2) scalene triangle

    Two types of triangles base on their angles are:

    1) right angles
    2) acute angles

    By Blogger Candy, at 3/22/2006 5:24 PM  

  • Part one:
    RECTANGLE-4 right angles
    PARALLELOGRAM-opposite sides,
    parallel and congruent
    SQUARE-4 right angles, 4 congruent sides
    RHOMBUS-all sides congruent
    TRAPEZOID-one pair of parallel lines
    -----------------------------------
    Part two:
    SCALENE-no equal SIDEs
    EQUILATERAL-3 congruent SIDEs

    EQUIANGULAR-all ANGLEs measure the same
    RIGHT-one ANGLE measures 90 degrees

    By Blogger KriS™, at 3/22/2006 7:14 PM  

  • 1. Here are the 5 diffrent types of quadrilaterals:
    -Parallogram: It's oppossite sides are parallel and congruent
    - Square: It has 4 right angles and 4 congruent sides
    -trapezoid: Has only one pair of parallel lines
    -Rhombus: All of it's sides are congruent


    2. Here are the 6 diffrent triangles:
    -Isoceles: It has 2 equal sides
    -Scalene: It has no equal sides
    -Equilateral:It has 3 equal sides
    -Acute: It has 3 acute angles
    -obtuse: It has 1 obtuse angle
    -Right: It has 1 right angle

    The Isoceles triangle and the equilateral triangle are both based apon their sides. The acute and obtuse tirangles are based apon their anngles.

    -Mack

    By Blogger ~*~cam~*~, at 3/22/2006 8:21 PM  

  • square, trapezoid, rectangle,parallelogram and rhombus
    they are all different because trapezoid has two paralell sides of unequal lengths. Parallelograms have opposite sides with equal lengths. A rhombus is a parallelogram (and therefore also a quadrilateral) whose sides are equal. a rectangle is a parallelogram whose angles are all right angles. a square is a parallelogram whose angles are right angles and whose sides are of equal length.

    TRIANGLES
    a scalene has no equal sides
    isosceles have 2 equal sides
    equilateral has 3 equal sides

    By Blogger Teagan, at 3/22/2006 8:29 PM  

  • 1)trapezoid-only 1 pair of paralle lines

    square-4 right angles 4 congruent sides

    rhombus-all sides congruent

    rectangle-4 right angles

    parallelogram-opposite sides paralle and congruent

    2)Angles-A Right triangle has one 90* angle

    Angle-An Acute triangle has all three angles less than 90*

    Sides-An Equilateral triangle has all three sides the same length

    Sides-A Scalene triangle has all three sides different lengths

    By Blogger leslie, at 3/22/2006 8:53 PM  

  • FIRST QUESTION:
    Five polygons :
    square: equal sides and angles
    rhombus: equal sides and equal opposing angles
    rectangle: equal opposing sides and equal angles
    rhomboid: equal opposing sides and opposing angles
    trapezoid: NO equal sides and angles , TWO sides parallel

    SECOND QUESTION :
    sides: equilateral & isosceles
    angles: right and obtuse angles

    By Blogger marielleD_, at 3/22/2006 9:05 PM  

  • Part 1: There are 5 different types of quadrilaterals (4 sided polygons). I need you to tell me what these five polygons are called, and what the difference is between them. It would be great if you could find pictures of the quadrilaterals, but it is not required. Answer: Dimond, kite, square, trapeziod, paralleogram
    The defference bettween them can be their shape.


    Part 2. There are 6 different types of triangles. 3 of them are based upon their sides (all three the same, two the same or all unique in length) and three of them based upon their interior angles.

    You need you to tell me two types of triangles based upon their sides, and two types of triangles based upon their angles.
    Answer: Equilateral and Isosceles
    A RIGHT triangle has one 90o angle.
    An OBTUSE triangle has one angle that is greater than 90o

    By Blogger ***$$ Wes $$***, at 3/23/2006 11:57 AM  

  • Here is the homework:

    Part 1:
    Parallelogram: has two parrallel pairs of opposite sides
    Rectangle: has two pairs of opposite sides parrallel and four right angles. It is also a parallelogram, since it has two pairs of parrallel sides.
    Square: has two pairs of parrallel sides, four fight angles and all four sides are equal. It is also a rectangle and a parallogram.
    Rhombus: is defined as a parallelogram with four equal sides. Rhombus is not always a rectanlge because it does not have four right angles.
    Trapezoid: only has one pair of parrallel sides. it is a type of quadrilateral that is not a parallelogram.

    Part 2:

    Equilateral triangle: all three sides are equal.
    Isosceles triangle: two sides are equal.
    Acute triangle: all three angles are acute angles.
    Obtuse triangle: one angle is an obtuse angle.

    By Blogger Fang_the_Barbarian, at 3/23/2006 4:27 PM  

  • 1.
    a)square-4 right angles. 4 congruent sides

    b)parallelogram-opposite sides. parallel and congruent

    c)rectangle-4 right angles

    d)rhombus-all sides congruent.

    2.
    a)isosceles-2 equal sides

    b)scalene-

    c)equilateral-3 equal sides

    d)acute-

    e)obtuse-one obtuse angle

    f)right-one right angle

    By Blogger nathanielchangedhisnamebecauseitwasveryverylong, at 3/23/2006 4:38 PM  

  • Question 1 :
    parallelogram, rectangle, square, trapezoid, rhombus

    Question 2 :
    isosoceles, scalene, equilateral, right triangle, obtuse, acute

    By Blogger peggy, at 3/23/2006 4:39 PM  

  • Part 1: five quadrilaterals are: rectangle, parallelogram, square, rhombus and a trapezoid. They are different because of the angles they have and have sides that have different measurements.

    Part 2: The equilateral triangle has 3 equal sides. The isosceles triangle has only 2 sides that are equal.
    The acute triangle has 3 acute angles. The obtuse triangle has 1 obtuse angle.
    The six triangles are equilateral, isosceles, scalene, acute, right and obtuse.

    By Blogger rozette, at 3/23/2006 4:51 PM  

  • 1.) rectangle, square, parallelogram, rhombus, trapeziod

    differences:
    Rectangle = all right angles

    Square = equal-length sides meeting at right angles

    Parallelogram = two pairs of parallel sides

    Rhombus = all four sides of equal length

    Trapeziod = exactly one pair of parallel sides

    2.) equilateral triangle = all three sides of equal length

    Isosceles triangle = two sides of equal length

    Acute triangle = having three acute angles

    Right triangle = having a right angle

    By Blogger Julie Rose, at 3/23/2006 6:04 PM  

  • Part 1:
    Square, Rhombus, Rectangle, Parallelogram and Trapezoid
    Square- got 4 sides of equal length and 4 right angles
    Rhombus- a type of parallelogram in which each side is the same length.
    Rectangle- got 2 pairs of equal sides and 4 right angles
    Parallelogram- Opposite sides are the same length and they are parallel
    Trapezoid- contains 4 sides and one pair of parallel sides

    Part 2:
    Equilateral, Isosceles, Scalene, Right, Obtuse and Acute
    2 types of triangles based upon their sides: Isosceles triangle and Scalene triangle
    2 types of triangles based upon their angles: Right triangle and Acute triangle

    This site was helpful for Part 1:
    http://www.klikkomath.com/klikko-math-lesson1.html

    This site was helpful for Part 2:
    http://www.factmonster.com/ipka/A0876325.html

    By Blogger Levi, at 3/23/2006 6:29 PM  

  • Part One:
    5 different quadrilaterals are:
    1. parallelogram
    2. rectangle
    3. square
    4. trapezoid
    5. rhombus

    Part two:
    6 different Triangles are:
    1. equilateral
    2. Isosceles
    3. Scalene
    4. right
    5. acute
    6. obtuse

    By Blogger Ashley, at 3/23/2006 6:48 PM  

  • The 5 different types of quadrilateral shapes are these:

    Square
    Rhombus
    Rectangle
    Parallelogram
    Trapezium

    6 types of triangles:

    Scalene
    Equalateral
    Isoceles
    Right
    Acute
    Obtuse

    (I don't understand the last part...---------czarina yso

    By Blogger czarina13, at 3/23/2006 6:51 PM  

  • Amy's Math Homework (7-43)

    Question #1:

    1) Square

    2) Rhombus

    3) Rectangle

    4) Parallelogram

    5) Trapezium

    The difference between them is they all have different angles in them.

    Question #2:

    The 6 types of triangles are a Equilateral Triangle, Isosceles Triangle, Scalene Triangle, Acute Triangle, Right Triangle, Obtuse Triangle.

    Two triangles that are based upon their sides is called a quadrilateral.

    I couldn't find the answer for what are two types of triangles based upon their angles.

    By Blogger xBabyBoomx, at 3/23/2006 7:16 PM  

  • Part 1: There are 5 different types of quadrilaterals (4 sided polygons). I need you to tell me what these five polygons are called, and what the difference is between them. It would be great if you could find pictures of the quadrilaterals, but it is not required.


    Parallelogram: when a figure or shape that has four sides and two are parallel

    Rhombus:a four-sided shape that has two acute and obtuce angles

    Trapizoid: A four-sided shape that has two parallel sides(The parallel sides are called the bases of the trapezoid) and has 2 that are not parallel

    square: a shape that has four right angles and has 4 equal sides

    rectangle: a shape that has four right angles, but it doesn't have equal sides

    Part 2. There are 6 different types of triangles. 3 of them are based upon their sides (all three the same, two the same or all unique in length) and three of them based upon their interior angles.

    BASED ON SIDE:
    eqilateral triangle,isosceles triangle and scalene triangle
    BASED ON ANGLE:
    obtuce triangle, acute triangle and right triangle

    By Blogger Ardia01, at 3/23/2006 7:16 PM  

  • bLoG hOmEwOrK

    This is the homework that is due on March 24th...these are the questions:

    Part 1:There are 5 different types of quadrilaterals (4 sided polygons).
    I need you to tell me what these five polygons are called,
    and what the difference is between them.

    My answers were:
    1)Square
    2)Rhombus
    3)Rectangle
    4)Parallelogram
    5)Trapezium

    I think the difference between all these squares are, there not all equal lengths and they are different sizes.

    Part 2:
    here are 6 different types of triangles.
    3 of them are based upon their sides (all three the same,
    two the same or all unique in length)
    and three of them based upon their interior angles.

    here were my answers:
    1)equalateral
    2)isoceles
    3)scalene
    4)acute
    5)right
    6)obtuse

    The last part I didn't get so i didn't do it. That's the homework =)------------------krystinayso

    By Blogger tinaloy13, at 3/23/2006 7:29 PM  

  • Part1:
    5 different quadrilaterals are Square, Rectangle, Trapezoid, Parallelogram, and Rhombus. The differences between them is that they all have different angles in them and there are different lengths too.

    Part2:
    2 types of triangles based upon their sides are Eqilateral and Scalene triangles. 2 types of triangles based based upon their anlges are Obtuse and Acute trianlges.

    By Blogger J-man, at 3/23/2006 8:11 PM  

  • Homework for blog due friday march 24th
    Part 1:
    5 quadrialterals are Square, Reactangle, Trapezoid, Parallelogram, Rhombus. The diference between them is that they all have different angles in them and there are different lengths too.
    Part 2:
    two types of triangles based upon their sides are Eqilateral and Scalene trianlges. two types of trianlges based upon their angles are Obtuse, Acute triangles.

    By Blogger lil jesse, at 3/23/2006 8:27 PM  

  • Part 1:
    The 5 quadrialterals are a Square, a Reactangle, a Trapezoid, a Parallelogram, and a Rhombus. The diference between them is that they all have different angles in them and there are different lengths also.

    Part 2:
    The 2 types of triangles based upon their sides are Eqilateral and Scalene trianlges.The 2 types of trianlges based upon their angles are Obtuse and Acute triangles.

    By Blogger maximus, at 3/23/2006 8:43 PM  

  • part 1.
    1. Parallelogram is a quadrilateral with opposite sides parallel

    2. Rectangle is a quadrilateral with four right angles

    3. Square is a rectangle with sides of equal lengths

    4. Rhombus is a parallelogram with sides of equal length

    5. Trapezoid is a quadrilateral with only one pair of parallel sides

    part 2.
    1.Equilateral Triangle and Isosceles triangle

    2.Right triangle and Acute triangle

    By Blogger Chenda, at 3/23/2006 8:49 PM  

  • `PART 1
    - Rectangle
    - Square
    - Parallelogram
    - Rhombus
    - Trapezoid

    DIFERENCE BETWEEN THEM :
    - Rectangle : all right angles

    - Square : equal-length sides meeting at right angles

    - Parallelogram : with two paairs of parallel sides

    - Rhombus : all foour sides are equal

    - Trapezoid : haaving exactly one paair of parallel sides

    `PART 2

    3 TRIANGLES BASED UPON THEIR SIDES
    - Equilateral Triangle
    - Isosceles Triangle

    3 TRIANGLES BASED UPON THEIR INTERIOR ANGLES
    - Acute Triangle
    - Obtuse Triangle

    By Blogger   maaayne, at 3/23/2006 10:10 PM  

  • Hello Mr.Reece it's janna. um i tried to put a picture in but it wouldnt let me so i didn't put one.

    ANSWERS
    Questions 1:

    Rectangle: a four sided figure in which the opposite sides have the same length and all four inside angles eaqual 90 degrees.

    Square: a rectangle but all four sides are exactly the same length.

    Parallelogram: a four sided figure in which the opposite sides are parallel to eachother and the opposite sides have the same length.

    Kite: four sided figure shaped like a diamond with the two ajacent sides being the same length.

    Trapazoid: four sided figure with two opposite sides that are parallel.

    Question 2:

    1) Right Triangle
    2) Acute Triangle
    -----------------------------------
    1) Isosoles Triangle
    2) Equalateral Triangle

    COMMENT BY JANNA

    By Blogger Janna_09, at 3/23/2006 10:43 PM  

  • PART 1:
    The 5 different types of quadrilaterals are:

    - rectangle
    - rhombus
    - trapezoid
    - square
    - parallelogram

    The difference is between them are:

    Parallelogram - A parallelogram is a four-sided plane figure that has two sets of opposite parallel sides.The opposite sides of a Parallelogram have equal length.

    Rhombus - It is a parallelogram, since opposite sides are parallel.Rhombus has got 4 sides of equal length.

    Trapezoid -The trapezoid is a quadrilateral with one pair of parallel sides and only 2 sides are equal.

    Square - If all the four angles are right angles and
    all the four sides are the same it is a square. A square has two pairs of parallel sides

    Rectangle - Opposite sides equal. A rectangle has two pairs of opposite sides are parallel, and has four right angles.

    PART 2:
    The two types of triangles based upon their sides are isosceles triangle and scalene triangle .

    Two types of triangles based upon their angles are acute triangle and obtuse triangle.

    PICTURES:
    Pictures of the 5 different types of quadrilaterals:
    http://www.klikkomath.com/klikko-math-lesson1.html

    Pictures of 6 different types of triangles:
    http://www.factmonster.com/ipka/A0876325.html

    HAVE A GREAT DAY!!!

    By Blogger tears_77, at 3/24/2006 7:11 AM  

  • Part 1:

    The five polygons are the parallelogram,rectangle, square, trapezoid, and rhombus..

    Parallelogram:
    Difference: has opposite sides parelle and congruent.

    Rectangle:
    Difference: has 4 right angles

    Square:
    Difference: has 4 right angles and 4 congruent sides

    Trapezoid:
    Difference: has only one pair of parallel lines.

    Rhombus:
    Difference: all of the sides are congruent.


    Part 2:

    Two types of types of triangles based on their sides.
    Equilateral:
    It has 3 equal sides.

    Isosceles:
    It has 2 equal sides.

    Two types of triangles based on their angles.

    Scalene:
    It has no equal sides.

    Equilateral:
    It has 3 equal sides.

    By Blogger kimmie, at 3/24/2006 7:25 AM  

  • Five type of quadrilaterals are:
    Square, rectangle, parallelogram, rhombus, and trapezoid.Square has four equal sides and four right angles, rectangle has two equal sides and four right angles, parallelogram has two parallel lines and two opposite sides parallel, rhombus is a parallelogram with four congruent sides, and trapezoid has two parallel lines and one opposite side parallel.

    Equilateral and isosceles, right and acute.
    Equilateral triangle has tree equal sides, and isosceles has two equal sides, right triangle has one right angle and acute triangle has three acute angle

    By Blogger Jorel, at 3/24/2006 8:38 AM  

  • part1
    - Rectangle
    - Square
    - Parallelogram
    - Rhombus
    - Trapezoid

    : difference is between them:

    -Rectangle: having all right angles
    -Square: having equal-length sides meeting at right angles
    -Parallelogram: polygon with two pairs of parallel sides
    -Rhombus: having all four sides of equal length
    - Trapezoid: having exactly one pair of parallel sides

    Part 2:
    Triangles based upon their sides
    - Equilateral Triangle
    - Isosceles Triangle

    Triangles based upon their angles
    -Acute Triangle
    -Right Triangle

    By Blogger lil_cindy09@hotmail.com, at 3/24/2006 12:21 PM  

  • Part One:
    1. A Rhombus: have 4 sides of equal length.
    2. A Trapezoid: have 2 parrallel sides.
    3. A Rectangle: have 2 sides that are longer than the other 2 sides.
    4. A Square: have equal length sides meeting at the right angles.
    5. A Parallelogram: have 2 pairs of parellel sides.

    Part Two:
    1. There is an acute and an obtuse traingle.
    2. There is an isosceles and a scalene traingle.

    Kim-Thanh Vo 7-43

    By Blogger Smiiliies, at 3/25/2006 9:05 AM  

  • Mr Reece, my internet got cut so i can only answer after the due date
    PART 1
    5 polygons-rectangle, square, paralellogram, trapezoid, and rhombus.
    differences: trapezoid-only one pair of parallel lines
    square-4 right angles and 4 congruent sides
    rhombus-all sides congruent
    paralleloram-opposite sides parallel and congruent
    rectangle-4 right angles
    PART 2
    two types of triangles based upon their sides - isoceles, scalene
    two types of triangles based upon their angles - acute, obtuse
    -vanessa 72

    By Blogger vanessa, at 3/28/2006 1:11 PM  

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