"The applications of geometry in real life are numerous. Nearly everyday people are faced with major and minor issues that require the use of geometry. Some of these include finding the square footage of a home, determining the volume a container or deciding how much tile is needed to put in a new kitchen floor. The square footage in a home is often determined by length and width of each room combined from the exterior walls. Without geometry we would never know how much square footage of paint to purchase to paint the walls. With geometry, we can figure out how large a pan we need to cook food for a certain number of people for a party as well as how much of each of the ingredients we need to make the food. Finally, geometry can be used to determine the amount of tile or carpeting that is needed to refurbish a floor or it can be used to determine how large of garage you need to house your cars and your workshop. Overall, geometry is used in many everyday tasks throughout our lives." There are applications of geometry all around us in real life from the designing of cars, planes, homes, and buildings to things like computer graphics. Geometry is even used in the medical field. For instance, when a person has a CAT scan test for a brain tumor, geometry is used to show doctors the shape of the tumor. Though geometry is usually not taught in elementary school, even students in kindergarten are being prepared to learn about geometry when they begin learning the shapes of objects, including circles, triangles and squares.There are applications of geometry all around us in real life from the designing of cars, planes, homes, and buildings to things like computer graphics. Geometry is even used in the medical field. For instance, when a person has a CAT scan test for a brain tumor, geometry is used to show doctors the shape of the tumor. Though geometry is usually not taught in elementary school, even students in kindergarten are being prepared to learn about geometry...

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Task 202.2.1-13
Measurements of a Bucket
Units of Measure to Collect Data
Measurements to measure a bucket include pounds, gallons, liter, grams, feet, inches, meters, centimeters, ounces, cups, and kilograms. Measurements used to measure length, width, and areas include feet, inches, centimeters, and meters. Measurements used to measure volume are cups, gallons, and liters. Measurements to measure weight are ounces, pounds, grams, and kilograms....

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in these plans geometry had to be used. On ancient Babylonian tablets there is
evidence that they understood the Pythagorean theorem. The father of Geometry
is Euclid a Greek mathematician.Euclid's contribution to geometry was more than
just the creation of a useful mathematical tool to study the shapes and sizes of
figures. It also went beyond him showing both the beauty and usefulness of...

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Please complete this four-part guide, and
submit for the collaboration component.
Make sure to save this file with the module number (no periods)
and your name. Thank you.
1. Collaboration lesson/task description: Describe the lesson or task you completed collaboratively
in a paragraph consisting of five or more sentences.
or more sentence , tons of details, excellent grammar, punctuation and spelling
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Queen consort of the Hellenes
Tenure 27 October 1867 – 18 March 1913
Regent of Greece
Tenure 17 November – 19 December 1920
Spouse George I of Greece
Issue
Constantine I of Greece
Prince George
Princess Alexandra
Prince Nicholas
Princess Marie
Princess Olga
Prince Andrew
Prince Christopher
House Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov (by birth)
Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg (by marriage)
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Assignment
Date: 24 June 2013
A. Name each of the following. Refer to the figure below. Write your answer in a one whole sheet of paper.
1. a circle
2. three radii
3. a diameter
4. a tangent
5. a secant
6. three chords
7. point of tangency
8. central angle
9. four minor arcs
10. at least two major arcs
B. Indicate whether each statement is true or false.
1. All radii of a circle are congruent.
2. A radius is a chord of a circle.
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Authors
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is a licensed Chemical Engineer who started her career in public
service as a Laboratory Technician at the Currency Analysis and
Redemption Division (CARD), Cash Department. At present, she
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