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Which subject | Mathematics |

What age group | College |

What topic | geometria |

Number of slides | 7 |

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- Welcome to the presentation on Geometry for College level Mathematics students.
- Geometry is the branch of mathematics that deals with the study of shapes, sizes, positions, and dimensions of objects.
- In this presentation, we will cover the basic concepts of geometry and how they are applied in real world scenarios.

- There are two main types of shapes - 2D and 3D.
- 2D shapes are flat and are measured in terms of length and width.
- Examples of 2D shapes include squares, circles, triangles, and rectangles.
- 3D shapes have depth in addition to length and width.
- Examples of 3D shapes include cubes, spheres, pyramids, and cones.

- 2D shapes have certain properties that we use to describe them.
- For example, a square has four sides that are equal in length and four right angles.
- A triangle has three sides and three angles.
- Rectangles have four right angles and opposite sides that are equal in length.
- Circles have a radius, diameter, and circumference.

- 3D shapes have properties that are similar to 2D shapes, but are more complex.
- For example, a cube has six faces, each of which is a square.
- A sphere has a radius and a diameter, and is perfectly round.
- A pyramid has a base and four sides that meet at a point.

- Congruent shapes have the same size and shape.
- Think of them as identical twins.
- Similar shapes have the same shape, but different sizes.
- Think of them as siblings that look alike, but one is taller than the other.

- Geometry is used in a variety of fields, including architecture, art, engineering, and science.
- Architects use geometry to design buildings and ensure that they are structurally sound.
- Artists use geometry to create symmetry and balance in their work.
- Engineers use geometry to design bridges and other structures that can withstand weight and pressure.
- Scientists use geometry to model the behavior of particles and to understand complex natural phenomena.

- In conclusion, geometry is a fundamental part of mathematics and has many practical applications.
- We hope that this presentation has helped you to better understand the basic concepts of geometry and how they are used in the real world.