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This slide sets the learning objective of the lesson which is to help students understand how to find the area and perimeter of regular polygons.

What do you already know about regular polygons?

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This slide introduces the concept of regular polygons and gives examples of some of the most common regular polygons.

This slide explains how to find the perimeter of a regular polygon using the formula P = s * n.

This slide explains how to find the area of a regular polygon using the formula A = (ap * P) / 2.

This slide provides an example of finding the perimeter of a regular polygon using the formula P = s * n. The teacher can explain how to solve this problem.

This slide provides an example of finding the area of a regular polygon using the formula A = (ap * P) / 2. The teacher can explain how to solve this problem.

This slide provides a challenge question for students to test their understanding of finding the apothem of a regular polygon. The teacher can guide the students in solving the problem.

This slide provides an interactive element where students can practice finding the perimeter and area of different regular polygons.

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This slide shows the real-world applications of regular polygons and how they are used in different fields.

This slide reviews the formulas for finding the perimeter and area of regular polygons that were discussed in the lesson.

This slide reviews an example of finding the perimeter of a regular polygon using the formula P = s * n. The teacher can ask the students to solve the problem.

This slide reviews an example of finding the area of a regular polygon using the formula A = (ap * P) / 2. The teacher can ask the students to solve the problem.

This slide summarizes the key points of the lesson and concludes the presentation.

This slide provides an assessment question to evaluate the students' understanding of the lesson. The teacher can ask the students to answer the question and provide feedback.