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Grade - 2

Subject - Mathematics

Unit - Geometry

Topic - Geometrical shapes

School – Army School Roorkee

Prepared by Mrs. Ranjana

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Develop understanding and appreciation of geometrical shapes and their characteristic.

Develop and exhibit creativity.

Develop power of thinking and reasoning.

Develop scientific temper.

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Students will be able to recognized different geometrical shapes.

Students will be able to relate various shapes like that of bangle, cart,cone,box etc with circle,triangle,quadrilateral etc.

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Menu:

Contents

Quiz

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Contents:

Polygon

Triangle

Quadrilateral

Circle : Parts of a circle

Radius

Diameter

Chord

Circumference

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A simple closed figures by joining three or more line segments is called polygon

Lets study about types of polygons

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It is a closed figure formed by joining three line segments . So , a triangle is a polygon . Different shapes of triangle are shown below:

The three line segments which form the triangle are called its sides .

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It is a closed figure formed by joining four line segments called quadrilateral. So quadrilateral is a polygon. Different shapes of quadrilateral are shown below:

The four line segments which form a quadrilateral are called its sides.

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A closed curve formed in such a way that any point on this curve is equidistant from a fixed point which is in the interior of the curve.

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OA = OB = OC = OD

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C

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Center

Radius

Diameter

Chord

Circumference

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A fixed point in the interior of circle whose distance from all the points on the circle is same.

A

B

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- Major Concepts
- Minor Concepts
- Polygon
- Triangle
- Quadrilateral
- Circle
- Parts of a circle
- Center
- Radius
- Diameter
- Chord
- Circumference

- Geophysical Concepts, Applications and Limitations
- Static and Kinetic Friction
- Newton’s Laws of Motion
- History of Modern Astronomy
- The Effects of Radiation on Living Things
- Newton’s third law of motion
- Newton’s Law of Gravity

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