As you know, we have a test when we return so hopefully you have made good use of the revision sheet I supplied.
Enjoy your break.
have we to do the tasks on 2D shape ?
It’s to use as help for revision Abbie.
Im stuck on revision sheet Q5 what does it mean three letter name
The 3 letters are naming an angle and you must find it’s size. Angle ABC for example would describe the angle at B. If that doesn’t help then we can look at it tomorrow.
How do you work out the angles of a trapezium??? I can’t work out the answer to the last question on the 2D shape worksheet
The angles inside any Quadrilateral add up to 360 degrees.
The 2 angles on the left add up to 180 and the 2 on the right 180 when you are dealing with a trapezium.
Okay thank you
Hi sir I am stuck on qustion 5 on revision could you help me please
What is Q5 asking and what exactly is it that has confused you?
Hi sir I am stuck with Q5 on the revision
I get it now sir sorry
Hi sir I am stuck on Q2 I know you explained it in class but I don’t understand it.
Hi sir I am also stuck on 7A,B
Hi sir I am stuck on 7A,B and 2A,B
I am sorry but I don’t have the sheet at home with me so if you can give me a little more detail on what it is you are stuck with then that would help. As long as you have tried all the questions then I can help you tomorrow with any that you find particularly difficult.
Mr Macintyre I’m stuck on Q5 it’s asking me to give a three letter name and say what type of angle is marked with a dot I think
The angles are marked with symbols also Tomie, try and find a Z angle and use your understanding of a straight angle to complete the diagram. Making a sketch will really help too.
stuck on parallelogram question – ////// diagonals ////// cross at ///
Karla, this was a typing error and I can explain it more clearly in person tomorrow. The diagonals of a Parallelogram do not always meet at 90 degrees like the Rhombus or Kite.
Hi mr mac see on revision sheet 1 on question 5 and 6 am not quite sure what the dot stands for weather it means like find the area or something.
It’s the angle that you have to find Morgan. Please don’t worry too much. I can explain tomorrow in class.
Thanks for letting me know.
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