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A part of a line that has one endpoint and extends without end in one direction. ray
A figure formed by two rays or line segments with a common endpoint. angle
A straight path that goes on forever in opposite directions. line
lines, line segments, or rays are perpendicular if they form right angles. perpendicular
the same distance apart at every point. parallel
not parallel or perpendicular oblique
to cut or divide by passing through or across. intersect
a tool used to measure angles potractor
a unit for measuring temperature degree
an angle that measures 90 degrees right angle
an angle of 180 degrees straight angle
angles having a sum of 180 degrees supplementary angles
angles having the sum of 90 degrees complementary angles
When two lines intersect, the angles formed opposite angle
Pairs of opposite angles formed by intersecting lines vertical angle
circle a plane figure that forms a closed path so that all the points on the path are the same distance from a point called the center
reflex angle an angle greater 180 degrees
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