A 2D shapes poster with 16 common shapes, as well as information characterising each shape.
The shapes include:
- Scalene Triangle
- Right-Angled Triangle
- Isosceles Triangle
- Equilateral Triangle
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Australian Curriculum alignment
- Mathematics > Foundation Year > Measurement and Geometry > Shape > ACMMG009
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- Mathematics > Year 1 > Measurement and Geometry > Shape > ACMMG022
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- Mathematics > Year 2 > Measurement and Geometry > Shape > ACMMG042
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- Mathematics > Year 4 > Measurement and Geometry > Shape > ACMMG088
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- Mathematics > Year 7 > Measurement and Geometry > Geometric reasoning > ACMMG165
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Comments & Reviews
Removed the text specifying that a right-angled triangle has two equal sides. While this right-angled triangle has two equal sides, not all do.
Fix by Scott (Teach Starter) 22nd Jun, 2017
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