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Ok, SO I have to do a math project in Geometry and I decided I wanted to do it on horses. Well, in class we cant get onto youtube but I saw a video called Geometry in Motion and all the horse websites(for math) say its great. Unfortunately, I couldn't understand a word. It was all mumbled-sounding.
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What can I say involves horses and geometry? I know jumping but if you coud say what activity and what type of geometry(angles, theorems, postulates, etc..) it would be greatly appreciated and I will show my project on here once I am done. I will credit everyone who comes up with an idea and I will eventually need some pictures of the activites that I get approved.

Thank you!
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Dressage has circles... and showmanship has triangles.
 

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Ha! Conformation would be a great one! You could probably do the entire project on legs alone with conformation! Or perhaps proper riding form VS improper riding form (leaning forward, throwing off balance, leaning, etc)
 

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We were scratching our heads and trying to remember all our geometry lessons when trying to constuct the round pen.
 
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