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Constructing and slicing geometric shapes
In this, our last group of videos centered around 7th grade geometry concepts, let's practice constructing and deconstructing geometric shapes, but with constraints. You'll find these challenging but not too hard if you've been paying close attention.
Can you build a triangle that is both a right triangle and an isosceles triangle?
Here's a challenge: in this problem we are given constraints and asked to construct a triangle. It can be done! You'll learn about degenerate triangles, too.
What happens when you slice vertically into a rectangular pyramid? What kind of geometric shape results?