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Make high-poly organic models is by modeling it with regular #polygons then subdivide it to achieve a smoother look. You need to start with the larger shapes.

Journal Wizard: Geometry: Angles in Regular Polygons

A regular polygon is a polygon in which all sides are equal in length and also the measure of all the angles are same. Unlike irregular polygon, the area of a regular polygon can be easily calculated with the help of the formula. This is because, the side and sngles of the polygon are of the same measure.

Regular & Non-Regular Polygons Geometry Worksheet~ In this geometry work sheet, the students cut out shapes of various polygons and glue or tape them to a T chart. The T chart is divided by Regular Polygons and Non-Regular Polygons. A Regular Polygon is made only of sides that are of equal length, and of angles that are all equal. Irregular or Non-Regular Polygon's sides or angles are not all the same. T chart is in Boardmaker and non-Boardmaker formats

Regular Polygons, printable shapes

“Line Upon Line”: Continuing to Improve as a Teacher. We find the phrase “line upon line” over and over in the scriptures and the words of the prophets. There are several ways that we can think about how that phrase applies to us as teachers. One way that I like to interpret “line upon line” is to actually use lines as the object lesson. READ MORE: http://brosimonsays.wordpress.com/2013/06/26/line-upon-line-continuing-to-improve-as-a-teacher/