# List The Uses Of Quadrilaterals In Our Daily Life?

The properties and rules governing the geometric shapes known as quadrilaterals are used to create floor plans for new buildings, or to create buildings or spaces through engineering and architecture. These distinctive polygon shapes are composed of a couple of triangles, and these two triangles can be arranged in different shapes, such as diamonds, arrows, and rectangles. Since these shapes are so common, quadrilaterals are also used in graphic art, sculpture, logos, packaging, computer programming and web design; in fact, there are few areas of daily life where there are no examples of quadrilaterals.

The study of polygons and other quadrilaterals begins with a basic study of geometry. To learn about geometry, pick up a math textbook - most textbooks designed for middle school or high school students will include a comprehensive section on geometry; once you've developed basic knowledge, you can advance to intermediate or expert status by taking math classes and pursuing the study of geometry at post-secondary institutions.

• Memorize the shapes

To learn more about quadrilaterals, find the shapes in a book and then draw them, without their names printed on, in a separate notebook. Begin to gaze at the shapes and then try to imagine their names. In time, you will memorize the different types of quadrilaterals; once you know their names by heart, it will be easier for you to find them out in the real world.

Math students with innate talent may have an intuitive understanding of shapes and how they are used to create structures; this sort of ability is generally known as spatial ability. Even students who don't naturally excel in this type of activity can hone their skills with a tutor or patient teacher. Learning geometry through online tutorials or blog posts from math instructors can also lead to an enhanced knowledge of geometry.
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Blueprints, maps, anything where quadrilaterals are used in graphs.

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