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(New page: {{k12}} {{Objective|To learn about rotational symmetry as it occurs in the real world.}} {{time|10}} {{materials|A print out of this worksheet. A protractor.}} 1. Do these pictures hav...)
 
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{{Show Me Standards|2. Geometric and spatial sense involving measurement (including length, area, volume), trigonometry, and similarity and transformations of shapes.}}
 
{{Show Me Standards|2. Geometric and spatial sense involving measurement (including length, area, volume), trigonometry, and similarity and transformations of shapes.}}
 
{{NCTM|Apply transformations and use symmetry  to analyze mathematical situations.}}
 
{{NCTM|Apply transformations and use symmetry  to analyze mathematical situations.}}
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Created by Alyssa Kernen.

Revision as of 11:13, 4 May 2009

K-12: Materials at high school level.



Objective: To learn about rotational symmetry as it occurs in the real world.

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Materials: A print out of this worksheet. A protractor.


1. Do these pictures have rotational symmetry?

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2. Look at the pictures again. What is the order of rotational symmetry for each of these objects?

  • King of Hearts ________
  • Wheel ________
  • Motor Bike _______
  • Dart Board _______



Show Me Standards: 2. Geometric and spatial sense involving measurement (including length, area, volume), trigonometry, and similarity and transformations of shapes.

NCTM Standard: Apply transformations and use symmetry to analyze mathematical situations.


Created by Alyssa Kernen.