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Geometric Shapes: The Basics by Mind Map: Geometric Shapes:
The Basics
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Geometric Shapes: The Basics

Regular Octagon: Polygon with eight sides of equal length.

This stop sign is an example of a regular octagon.

Regular Decagon: A polygon with ten sides of equal length.

This is an example of a regular decagon.

Quadrilaterals: A geometric shape with four sides and angles.

Parallelogram: Quadrilateral with opposite sides parallel.

The U.S. flag is an example of a parallelogram.

Trapezoid: Quadrilateral that has at least one pair of parallel sides.

This is an example of a trapezoid.

Kite: Quadrilateral with two distinct pairs of congruent adjacent lengths.

The kites we played with as children is a great example.

Square: Rhombus with a right angle.

This Rubik's Cube is an example of many squares.

Rhombus: Quadrilateral where all sides have equal length.

This is an example of a rhombus.

Triangles: Polygon with three sides and three interior angles.

Equilaterial Triangle: Polygon in which all three sides and three angles are congruent.

This crossing sign is an equilateral triangle.

Isosceles Triangle: Polygon where only two sides and two angles are congruent.

The roof of this house is an isosceles triangle.

Right Triangle: Polygon that has exactly one right angle.

This is an example of a right triangle.

Regular Hexagon: Polygon that has all six sides of equal length.

This is an example of a regular hexagon.

Pentagon: A polygon with five sides.

This soccer ball has examples of pentagons.