The flat nature of the wake-up, before discussing in a deeper about the nature and the flat build formula, maybe you should know in advance about this mathematical flat build sense because I am confident that there are still many readers, especially the students And the students who do not know what is a flat build mathematics or have not understood what is meant by waking up flat in mathematics.
And it is immediately that the understanding of the flat build mathematics according to Mohammad Rohmad and Julius Hambali is a flat build and has two kinds of dimensions namely length and width, but the flat build has no height or thickness so it can It was concluded that this flat build of mathematics is a 2-dimensional build with only a length and width, which has been limited by a curved line or a straight line.
The subject of this flat mathematics build is one of the mathematical subjects that often appear in the question-the exam questions both the school exam and the national exam problem of the primary school level and Junior High School so that it is very Precisely for you students to understand and learn about the flat build properties because there are various kinds of building space with different traits-difference between one with the other.
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Then in various kinds of flat build mathematics among others build flat triangle, build flat square, flat circle build, flat trapezoid build, flat rectangular build, flat kite build – kite, build flat rhombus and flat wake Parallelogram.
And below you can see an explanation of the properties of the mathematical flat builds relating to the number of angles, the folding symmetry, the rotary symmetry and the number of sides that have different properties-the characteristics of each other.
The third triangles have a magnitude of 180 º
Triangle properties have 3 sides and 3 corner points
Circle Properties have 1 side
Circles have rotating symmetry and infinite folding symmetry
3. Trapezoidal Flat Build Properties
The trapezoidal properties have 4 sides and 4 corner points
Angle – trapezoidal angle between the parallel side of the magnitude of 180 º
And Trapezoid has a parallel side, but not the same length.
4. Square Flat Properties
Has a number of four sides and four corners,
Have two side pairs that are aligned and have the same length,
The four of these sides have the same length,
Has a sum of folding symmetry of four pieces,
The properties of the square have a rotating symmetry of four
The four corners have the same magnitude of 90 º
5. Rectangular Flat Properties
Has two folding symmetry
Has rotary symmetry with level two
Properties of rectangular has two diagonal same length
Rectangle has four sides and four Corners
Has two pairs of parallel and opposite sides of the same length
Rectangular has four corners that have a magnitude of 90 º
Nature of the kite – the kite has 1 folding symmetry
Diagonal Perpendicular Kite
Has 2 equally large angles
Kite – The kite has 4 sides and 4 corner points
Has 2 pairs of the same side length
One of Diagonal kites can divide another diagonal yg with the same length
Ketupat Nature has 2 folding symmetry
Rhombus with Level 2 rotary symmetry
The four sides of the rhombus have the same length
Diagonal Rhombus with straight pieces
Two pairs of rhombus
Has 4 side pieces and 4 corner points
8. The Parallelogram
The nature of Parallelogram has no folding symmetry
Parallelogram has two-level rotary symmetry
The opposite corner of the Parallelogram
Parallelogram has 4 sides and 4 side corners
Diagonal owned has an unequal length
Parallelogram has 2 pairs of parallel sides and the same length
Parallelogram has 2 blunt corners and two taper angles
That is the nature of the flat build properties of mathematics that you can read and understand as readers of both students and the general public.
Hopefully these reviews can be useful, useful and can be used as reference you to add knowledge about the flat build.
Mathematics because once again that the mathematical subjects about the flat build is still very important and still often Appearing in the final exam problem.