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Unit 4 | Calculus

A quadrilateral is any 2D shape which has four sides. There are some special types of quadrilaterals which have their own names as well. This is a square. All of its sides are the same length and it has four right angles. This is a rectangle. It has two pairs of equal length sides and also has four right angles. This is a rhombus. Like a square, all of its sides are the same length but it does not have four right angles. Its opposite angles are the same and its opposite sides are parallel. This is a parallelogram. It has two pairs of sides which are equal length and its opposite sides are parallel. Its opposite angles are equal. This is a trapezium. It has one pair of parallel lines. This is a kite. It has two pairs of equal length sides but no parallel lines.

1) Work any pairs of parallel lines on each of the quadrilateral below.   b)Name each of the quadrilaterals

2)

a) Draw a quadrilateral with two pain of parallel side and 4-right angles.

b) Draw a quadrilateral with no right angles. 3) Identify all the quadrilateral shape below.  Put a tick in the quadrilateral shapes.

Divide this rectangular hexagon into two trapezium by placing a line correct place. 4) Use the two shape below to make a parallelogram.  Previous      1 2 3 4 5 6       Next

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