The Gymnast balances on the beam and creates perpendicular line segments, Creating a right angle.

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When doing a Front handspring it creates an arc where the feet travel in the air and the hands are placed in the midpoint of the arc . Geometry and Gymnastics By :The Steelers.

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When doing a Front handspring it creates an arc where the feet travel in the air and the hands are placed in the midpoint of the arc.

Geometry and Gymnastics

By :The Steelers

When the gymnast jumps off the spring board it creates reflection off the spring board makes a vertical angle bisector.

The gymnastic bars are parallel so therefore they would never intersect.

• The Gymnast balances on the beam and creates perpendicular line segments, Creating a right angle.
• The sides create right angles making the sides congruent classifying at it as a square. The flat surface make it a plane.
• When a gymnast swings in a circular motion,
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• It creates a circle and all points will be an equal distance from the bar.
• The gymnast’s body is the same length of the circle’s radius,
• making twice the length of the body equal to the diameter of the circle.
• The gymnast places her hands directly under the midpoint of her body.
• The gymnast places her hands directly under the midpoint of her body.
• When the lines connect it creates a scalene triangle. The legs also make an obtuse triangle .