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# Yoga Poses for Class 5 Maths

Yoga poses are a system of exercises. In this concept, students will learn about yoga, the yoga poses names, and the shapes of the poses that connect students with geometry for class 5, for example, angles, 2d shapes, etc.

## What is Yoga?

Yoga originated in ancient times. It involves physical, spiritual, and mental practice to create a bond between body, mind, and spirit.

There are various postures involved in Yoga. Each of the poses has geometrical shapes and angles involved in it.

## Yoga Poses Name:

1) Navasana / Boat Pose

In the Navasana pose, the leg is straightened to 45Â° and a triangle shape is formed between the hand, leg, and stomach.

2) Upavistha Konasana / Seated Angle

In this pose, both legs are stretched to form a straight line. Thus, forming a 180Â°.

3) Ardha Halasana / Half Plough Pose

In this pose, the leg is raised upward forming 90Â°.

Geometry for Class 5:

## Question 1:

State the Name of the Shapes Formed in the Following Yoga Posture.

1. _________

2. _________

3. _________

1. Triangle

2. Square

3. Semicircle

Some angle of Geometry is defined as:

Acute Angle:

An angle is acute if it is more than 0Â° but less than 90Â°.

Right Angle:

An angle is said to be a right angle if it is equal to 90Â°.

Obtuse Angle:

An angle is considered obtuse if it is more than 90Â° but less than 180Â°.

Straight Angle:

An angle is said to be a straight angle if it is equal to 180Â°.

Types of Angles:

## Question 2:

Classify the Angle in the Given Yoga Pose As Acute Angle, Right Angle, Obtuse Angle, and Straight Angle

1. _________

2. _________

3. _________

4. _________

1. Right angle

2. Obtuse Angle

3. Straight Angle

4. Acute Angle

Complementary Angle:Two angles are said to be complementary angles if the sum of angles is equal to 90Â°.

Supplementary Angle:Two angles are said to be supplementary angles if the sum of angles is equal to 180Â°.

## Question 3:

Identify if the Given Yoga Posture Makes a Supplementary Angle or Complementary. Also, Find the Missing Angle.

1. The given yoga posture makes a complementary angle. Therefore, the sum of the two angles should be equal to 90Â°.
2. Some of the given angles = 90Â°.
One of the angles = 30Â°
Missing angle = 90Â° â€“ 30Â° = 60Â°

3. The given yoga posture makes a supplementary angle.
Some of the given angles = 180Â°.
4. One of the angles = 90Â°
Missing angle = 180Â° â€“ 90Â°
= 90Â°

5. The given yoga posture makes a complementary angle. Therefore, the sum of the two angles should be equal to 90Â°.
6. Some of the given angles = 90Â°.
One of the angles = 45Â°
Missing angle = 90Â° â€“ 45Â°
= 45Â°

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