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Republic of the Philippines

Region III
Division of City Schools
District X
MACATBONG ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
Cabanatuan City

STRATEGIC INTERVENTION MATERIAL

MATHEMATICS 5

WILLBERT P. BALANGAT
Learning Area:Mathematics 5

Proponent/ Writer: WILLBERT P. BALANGAT

School & Address: MACATBONG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL,

MACATBONG, CABANATUAN CITY

Skill to develop: Describes and compares properties of polygons (regular


and irregular polygons).
GUIDE CARD
I am looking for What are you
a talisman looking for
Clara! Pedro?
Yes, Clara. All
of them are There are too
hexagon but I many
am looking for talismans
a talisman with Pedro. All of
congruent them are
sides. hexagon.

Congruent? What
does it mean
Pedro?

Come with me
Clara and Ill
explain it to you.

GUIDE CARD
Look at the following figures.
What kind of polygons are
GUIDE CARD
they?

All of them
are

Are all of them


the same? Why?

How do they
differ?
GUIDE CARD
Here is another example. All of
the polygons are triangles.

All of them have If you are going


three sides. to measure the
sides, they are
not equal.

This triangle has equal sides.


Therefore, all the sides are
congruent.
Then, we can say that there are
different kinds of
polygons.
Youre correct, Clara! There are
regular and irregular
polygons.

GUIDE CARD
What are polygons?

How are they


classified?

Differentiate regular from


irregular polygons.

GUIDE CARD
I hope you
learned
something
today. Good
luck.

Try to answer the


following activities on the
next page.

GUIDE CARD
ACTIVITY CARD
Name each polygon described.
1. A polygon with 5 sides.
___________
2. A polygon with 8 sides.
___________
3. A polygon with 9 sides.
___________
4. A polygon with 7 sides.
___________
5. A polygon with 4 sides.
Tell whether its congruent or not.

ACTIVITY CAR
Name each polygon by the number of its
sides. Tell whether it is regular or not regular.

Name of the Name of the


polygon polygon
Regular or Regular or
Not? Not?

Name of the Name of the


polygon polygon
Regular or
Regular or
Not?
Not?
Name of the Name of the
polygon polygon
Regular or Regular or
Not? Not?
ASSESSMENT CARD
Identify each polygon. State whether it is regular
or not.

A
B
C

D
E
F

ASSESSMENT CA
Identify each polygon. How many regular
polygons are there?

ASSESSMENT CA
Answer the following
questions.
1. What are polygons?

2. What are the different kinds of


polygons?

3. Is a rectangle a regular polygon?


Why?
ASSESSMENT CA
ENRICHMENT CARD
Regular polygon
InEuclidean geometry, aregular
polygonis apolygonthat is
equiangular(all angles are equal in
measure) andequilateral(all sides
have the same length). Regular
polygons may beconvexorstar. In
thelimit, a sequence of regular
polygons with an increasing number
of sides becomes acircle, if the
perimeteris fixed, or a regular
ENRICHMENT
apeirogon, if the edge length CARD
is fixed.
NRICHMENT CARD
All regularsimple polygons(a
simple polygon is one that
does not intersect itself
anywhere) are convex. Those
having the same number of
sides are alsosimilar.
Ann-sided convex regular
polygon is denoted by its
Schlfli symbol{n}. Forn<
3 we have twodegenerate
cases:

Monogon{1}: degenerate inordinary space. (Most authorities do not


regard the monogon as a true polygon, partly because of this, and also
because the formulae below do not work, and its structure is not that of
anyabstract polygon.)
Digon{2}: a "double line segment": degenerate inordinary space. (Some
authorities do not regard the digon as a true polygon because of this.)
In certain contexts all the polygons considered will be regular. In such
circumstances it is customary to drop the prefix regular. For instance, all
the faces ofuniform polyhedramust be regular and the faces will be
REFERENCES

Basic Education Curriculum Philippine Education Learning


Competencies in Mathematics
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regular_polygon
K-12 Curriculum Guide in Mathematics 5
K-12 Learners Material Lesson 63
K-12 Teachers Guide Lesson 63