# scavenger hunt

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SCAVENGER HUNT. SCAVENGER HUNT. 4 HUBCAPS. -All of these hubcaps have similer parts. -For example -circles -dots -one has triangels -two have a pentegan shape in the middle. GEODESIC DOME. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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• SCAVENGER HUNT

• -All of these hubcaps have similer parts.-For example-circles-dots-one has triangels -two have a pentegan shape in the middle.

• This is a geodesic dome that we found and it is not the worlds most famous. This geodesic dome that we found is in the shape of a circle, with triangles and segments.

• THIS PYRAMID IS SHAPED LIKE A TRIANGLE AND THIS PYRAMID IS FROM EGYPT.

• THIS IS JUST ANOTHER PICTURE OF A PYRAMID ALSO SHAPE IN A TRIANGLE.

• THIS IS OUR THIRD PYRAMID PICTUE IT HAS 3 PYRAMID AND IT IS ALSO SHAPED IN A TRIANGLE.

• In this cartoon there is many different segments.For example The points are the eyesThe lines is the deskAnd many different shapes like squares for the bottles.

• We have study an octagon, circles, squares, and rectangelsWe have some shapes that are pentagons, rectangles, and squares that look like daimonsFor example the stop sign is an octagon.

• We found 3 business logos that are intersecting, concentric, and tangent.Most of our logos are car names, NASA symbles, and the olympic symbol.

• This two drawings are congruent shapes.Congruent shapes means that you get any shape and you keep drawing the same picture over and over

• This are some people that wear cloths with shapes.Eduardo is wearing a t-shirt with squares Eduardo has sandels wt squares Jesse is wearing a T-shirt with triangels.

• A Torus is a large molding of convex profile commonly occurring as the lowest molding as the base of a column.For example a torus looks like a donut or ring.

• We have 2 fields that are bisecting .This playing fields show how lines bisect each other or the boundary lines.One is tennis field and the other is a basketball Court.

• http://astronomy.swin.edu.au/pbourke/geometry/circlearea/

http://www.oxy.edu/oxy/welcome/tour/soccer.htm

www.hubcaps.org/

www.unmuseum.org/kpyramied.html.

www.globalnet.co.uk/`andypklf/logo1.jpg

www.nga.gov/collection/gallery/ggescher/ggescher-main1.html

www.globalnet.co.uk/~andypklf/logol2.html

http://www.usgs.gov/visual-id/art3.html

http://members.aol.com/rcmoeur/signman.html

www.petsignsplus.com

www.gone-to-the-dog