Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Points, Lines and Planes in the Real World


All of Ms. Carver's Geometry students submitted ideas for real world examples of points, lines and planes. Here is a list of ideas.



Pick one of the examples (or make up one of your own) and write about how it is a good representation and how it is not.  In what ways does it seem like the geometric term and in what ways is it not like the geometric term?  You should tell what the example has in common with a point, line or plane and how it is different from a point, line or plane.

Please use correct grammar and punctuation in your response. Your response must be written without outside help (such as a tutor, friend or parent.) Please fully answer the question.

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