# Different Geometric Shapes in Real Life

Geometric shapes are substantially everywhere around us. No matter where we look, almost everything is made up of simpler geometry. However, we might not acknowledge that there are examples of geometric shapes all over the world such as circles, triangles, squares, rectangles, ovals, pentagons, hexagons and so on. The most prominent examples of geometry in our daily existence are formed by nature and surroundings. When we observe clearly, we can find several geometrical shapes. For example, patterns in trees, i.e. stems, roots, leaves, flowers, bark, etc., are similar to various shapes. The petals flowers are of diversifying shapes, sizes, and proportions, Also, they are symmetric sometimes.

We can also observe geometric shapes in food and groceries that means fruits and vegetables have different geometrical shapes such as spheres. Geometry is also involved in home furnishings in the form of windows, doors, beds, chairs, tables, TV, mats, rugs, cushions, etc. All these have various 3d shapes such as a cube, cuboid, cylinder and so on. Moreover, we can observe different patterns on these objects that again contain geometry. While organizing home with various things, every space we utilized to make the house look more pleasant and appealing is also a geometric parameter.

Construction is one of the essential applications of geometry since the construction of various buildings or monuments has a close relationship with geometry. The first step in constructing structural forms is to prepare a blueprint for the reference; here, mathematics and geometry assist in making the blueprint for the structure. We should use different geometric shapes while preparing the blueprint such as rectangles, triangles, circles, trapezoids to design rooms, windows, doors, etc. Furthermore, the staircase in all the constructions bring into consideration the angles of geometry, and they need to construct at right angles, i.e. 90 degrees.

Two-dimensional shapes can be observed in several objects in our daily life. For example, wheels, rings, etc. are in the form of a circle. Tiles, rubber stamps are examples of squares. Blackboards, book covers, top of a table look like rectangles. Similarly, all the 2d shapes can be observed from the objects we see every day. Some of these shapes are interchangeable according to the latest trends in the market. For example, the top of a table may not be a rectangle all the time, and we can also observe the circular tables around us. The slices of a pizza appear similar to the isosceles triangle when the curve of the base is made as a straight line. Otherwise, they can be described as sectors (a part of the circle).

Geometric shapes usually do not look in real life accurately like what we have seen in the textbooks. That does not mean that there are no geometric shapes. When we pay our attention and observe the things around us, we can get various shapes. We will be surprised at the sheer volume of them that are there. The best way to understand geometry is to observe how vast a role it makes in everyday life in every activity. Students are advised to take a look around a room at home or a classroom and try writing the names of the objects and the shape that they appear. In this way, they can easily understand the association of geometry in our daily existence.