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Unformatted text preview: 1 Utilizing Geometry In Utilizing Geometry In Agriculture Agriculture Objectives: Objectives: You Do the Math! You Do the Math! Â¡ Rectangles, Triangles, & Circles Â¢ As well as their 3dimensional equivalents Application of Geometry to Agricultural Application of Geometry to Agricultural Mechanics Situations Mechanics Situations Calculate Project Materials for Common Calculate Project Materials for Common Agricultural Mechanics Projects Agricultural Mechanics Projects 2 Rectangles & Cubes Rectangles & Cubes Perimeter: (1) Perimeter: (1) Area: (1) Area: (1) Volume: (1) Volume: (1) Add All Sides Add All Sides L x W L x W L x W x H L x W x H 8 4 6 3 4 Practice: Practice: 3 Triangles, Prisms, & Pyramids Triangles, Prisms, & Pyramids The The Right Right Triangle: (1) Triangle: (1) Perimeter: (1) Perimeter: (1) Missing a Side? (2) Missing a Side? (2) Right Triangle Area: (1) Right Triangle Area: (1) Right Prism Volume: (1) Right Prism Volume: (1) Pyramid Volume: (1) Pyramid Volume: (1) Add All Sides...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course AS&D 2113 taught by Professor Crystalsalinas during the Summer '05 term at Tarleton.
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