Estimate the sizes of each of the angles then add your estimates together.
How many different shapes with an area of 2 square units can you make by joining dots on this grid with straight lines?
Which of the two shapes has the largest area? You will be surprised!
Calculate the distance around the given shape
A dice is reflected in two mirrors. What numbers can be seen?
On a full page in the back of your exercise book draw a perfectly regular hexagon.
Memorise a picture made up of geometrical shapes
Find the dimensions of a rectangle given the perimeter and area.
On a full page in the back of your exercise book draw a perfectly regular pentagon.
Solve the riddle to find the name of the polygon then sum the interior angles.
Calculate the areas of all the possible quadrilaterals that can be constructed by joining together dots on this grid.
On squared paper copy the drawing of the face then reflect it in three different lines.
Draw a pattern with rotational symmetry of order 6 but no line symmetry.
Work out which sectors fit together to make complete circles. Knowledge of the sum of the angles at a point will help find more than one correct solution to this puzzle.
Find a trapezium, a triangle and a quadrilateral where all of the angles are square numbers.
Write down the names of all the mathematical shapes you know.
Use the information implied in the diagram to calculate the perimeter of this shape
Is it possible to work out the perimeter of this shape if the lengths of all the sides are not given?
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