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1.1-1.3 Quiz

Hon. Geometry Vocab

Conjucture proposition that is unproven
Counter Example an example that proves another example true or false
Collinear when two or more points are on the same line
Coplanar when two or more points are are the same plane
Undefined Terms terms that have no definition
Line straight and never-ending
line segment line with two endpoints
ray a line with one endpoint
initial point point where a line starts
Opposite rays two rays that form a straight line
theorem rules that have to be proven
plane two dimensional objects that goes on forever like a wall
endpoint where a line ends
intersect when two lines come in contact at a specific point
Postulate/axiom rules that are accepted without proof
congruent segments that have the same length
Distance Formula formula to find the distance between the two points (know the formula)
Pythagorean Theorem formula to find the hypotenuse in a right triangle (know it)
Created by: snossenkopp