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Learn elementary geometry with Smartick. Exercises, theory, tutorials, and teaching resources for children learning elementary geometry. Here you will find posts about geometry to make learning easier and more fun.

Sep11

Learn the Properties of Geometrical Prisms

Welcome to Smartick’s blog! In today’s post we are going to learn some geometry and talk about prisms: what they are, what are their principal elements, the types of prisms that exist and how we can calculate their areas and volumes. What Are Prisms? A prism is a polyhedron that has two equal, parallel sides […]

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Aug04

Distributive Property in Geometry

Distributive Property in Geometry

In today’s post, we are going to take a look at the distributive property from a geometric point of view. You can consult these entries for more information on this property: Multiplication Properties Distributive Property from a Geometric point of view: We’re going to start by drawing a striped rectangle that’s divided into two smaller […]

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May18

The Relationship between Clocks and Angles

The Relationship between Clocks and Angles

In today’s post, we’re going to take a look at the relationship between clocks and angles. More specifically, we’ll see the kinds of angles that can be formed by the hands of a clock and how to calculate them. On a clock, we can see different kinds of angles based on its amplitude; void, acute, […]

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May03

Learn about Open and Closed Curves

Curved lines and straight lines. This week’s post will teach you how to differentiate between open and closed curves. The first item on our agenda is: Do you know what a curve is? A curve is a succession of points that constantly change direction, in other words, it isn’t straight. The image below shows a […]

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Apr26

Review the Properties of Polynomials

In this post we will look at the properties of polynomials, what they are, what degree they have, and whether or not they complete and/or in standard form. Let’s start by looking at what polynomials are. A polynomial is an assembly of monomials. Polynomials are usually named with capital letters (usually starting with the letter […]

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Feb10

Learn More about Straight Lines

We are going to take a look at some straight lines in today’s post. The first thing that’s on the agenda is to define what exactly straight lines are in order to differentiate them from curved lines. Then, we’ll have a look at the concepts of rays, line segments, and open rays. What is a […]

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Oct18

Angles Explained with Clockhands

Angles Explained with Clockhands

In today’s post, we’ll be relating clocks to angles as we are learning how to calculate the angle that the two hands on a clock form. An analog clock has 12 numbers, which divide the clock into 12 equal parts. These divisions indicate the hours. Each hour is divided into five subdivisions that amount to […]

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Oct17

Lines: What They Are, Types, and Examples

Lines: What They Are, Types, and Examples

In this post, we are going to learn about straight and curved lines which Euclid described and studied. Many, many years ago (more than 2,000 years) there was a culture to which we owe an important part of mathematics, Ancient Greece. It is likely that Euclid’s contribution was the most important. He collected everything that […]

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