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Introduction: A square is a quadrilateral that has 4 (four) congruent sides and two (2)

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find the area of the triangles and abstract it to the area of the orthogonal square. Then find the area of the orthogonal square. Last.II.Consider the areas of the oblique squares. Conjecture #2 The area of the oblique square is ½ of the area of the orthogonal square when inscribed to it. Conjectures: Conjecture # 1 To find the areas of the oblique squares. Try to find a simple way of the obtaining the areas of the oblique squares from their diagrams. Statement of the Problems: 1.Consider the areas of orthogonal squares can you relate their areas (between the orthogonal square and oblique squares)? III. 2/5/13 . 2. inscribe it in an orthogonal square.

• IV. • HIJK is an oblique square WXYZ is an orthogonal square 2/5/13 . And name it in any letters of the alphabet. Testing /Verifying Conjectures: Conjecture #1 • Step 1: Inscribe it in an orthogonal square.

• Step 2: Find the area of the orthogonal square ( WXYZ) • Step 3: Find the = (1/2) (16) A A WXYZ = S² = 4² WXYZ = 16 A = (1/2) (A WXYZ) A =8 area of the 2/5/13 .

Conjecture #2 • Step 4: Subtract the area of from the area of the orthogonal square ( WXYZ) to obtain the area of the oblique square ( HIJK). A -A A HIJK = A = 16 – 8 HIJK = 8 WXYZ • LMNO is an oblique square QRST is an orthogonal square. • • • • 2/5/13 .

A QRST = S² = 4² A QRST = 16 A LMNO = (1/2) (A QRST ) = (1/2) (16) A LMNO = 8 • • • 2/5/13 . • Step 2: Half of the area of the orthogonal square ( QRST) is an area of the oblique square ( LMNO).• Step 1: Determine the area of the orthogonal square ( QRST).

• IV. Justifying Conjectures: Conjecture #1 • Step 1: Inscribe it in an orthogonal square. And name it in any letters of the alphabet. • ABCD is an oblique square EFGH is an orthogonal square 2/5/13 .

5 area of the 2/5/13 .• Step 2: Find the area of the orthogonal square ( EFGH) • Step 3: Find the = (1/2) (25) A A EFGH = S² = 5² EFGH = 25 A = (1/2) (A EFGH) A =12.

5 • JOHN is an oblique square MARL is an orthogonal square.Conjecture #2 • Step 4: Subtract the area of from the area of the orthogonal square ( EFGH) to obtain the area of the oblique square ( ABCD). • • • • 2/5/13 .5 ABCD = 12. A -A A ABCD =A EFGH = 25 – 12.

A MARL = S² = 5² A MARL = 25 A JOHN MARL ) = (1/2) (A • • = (1/2) (25) A JOHN = 12. • Step 2: Half of the area of the orthogonal square ( MARL) is an area of the oblique square ( JOHN).• Step 1: Determine the area of the orthogonal square ( MARL).5 • 2/5/13 .

VII. Laurie 2/5/13 . Summary of Conjectures: III. Bibliography: Finding area on a geoboard. find the area of the triangles and abstract it to the area of the orthogonal square. inscribe it in an orthogonal square. Recommendations: •Investigate areas that can be obtained with other figures on the geoboard. Last. Conjectures: Conjecture # 1 To find the areas of the oblique squares.VI. Matecki. Then find the area of the orthogonal square. •Investigate areas of polygons obtained by joining a given number of points. Conjecture #2 The area of the oblique square is ½ of the area of the orthogonal square when inscribed to it. VIII. Include cases with and without interior points.

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