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Math Terms

Point The geometric figure formed at the intersection of two distinct lines
Line The geometric figure formed by two points. A line is the straight path connecting two points and extending beyond the points in both directions.
Angle Two rays sharing a common endpoint. Angles are typically measured in degrees or radians.
Ray A part of a line starting at a particular point and extending infinitely in one direction.
Convex A geometric figure with no indentations. Formally, a geometric figure is convex if every line segment connecting interior points is entirely contained within the figure's interior.
Concave A shape or solid which has an indentation or "cave". Formally, a geometric figure is concave if there is at least one line segment connecting interior points which passes outside of the figure.
Fraction A ratio of numbers or variables. Fractions may not have denominator 0.
Oblique Tilted at an angle; neither vertical nor horizontal.
Plane A flat surface extending in all directions. Any three noncollinear points lie on one and only one plane. So do any two distinct intersecting lines. A plane is a two-dimensional figure
Quadratic An equation, graph, or data that can be modeled by a degree 2 polynomial
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