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GEOMETRY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

TermDefinition
Point a single location or position.
Line A never-ending straight path that extends in both directions.
line segment A peace of line between two in points.
Ray a never ending straight path that extends in one direction for an point.
parallel lines lines in the same plane that never intersect
Right angle an angle that measures 90 degrees
acute an angle that measures less then 90 degrees but more than 0
obtuse an angle larger than 90 degrees
Straight angle a straight angle equals 180 degrees
protractor it is used for measuring angles
What is a 90 degree angle? a right angle
what is a 180 degree angle? a straight angle
Scalene triangle no equal sides nor equal angles
Isosceles at least two equal sides and two equal angles
Equalateral three equal sides and three equal angles
Created by: Harry_Potter