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PACE MA CC Mason 1

CC Mason PACE MA - Geometry

angle a figure formed by two rays or line segments that share an ednpoint
circle a closed figure made up of points that are the same distance from the center
polygon a closed place figure with straight sides that are line segments - must have more than 2 sides
plane a flat surface that continues without end in all directions
endpoint the points at either end of the line segment, and all the points between them
dimension is a measurement along a straight line of length, width, or height of a figure
Triangle a closed, three-sided figure with 3 vertices, 3 acute angles
point names an exact location in space
line segment is part of a line, it has two endpoints, the points at either end of the line segment, and all of the points between them
line is a straight path of points that continues without end in both directions with no endpoints
ray is part of a line that has one endpoint and continues without end in one direction
one-dimensional is a measure in only one direction, such as length
two-dimensional is a measure in two directions, such as length and width
vertex when two rays with the same endpoint meet to form an angle - the shared endpoint is a vertex
vertices more than one vertex
right angle measures 90 degrees
acute angle an angle that measures less than a right angle (90 degrees)
obtuse angle an angle with a measure greater than a right angle
degree the unit used to measure angles
angle when two rays with the same endpoint meet
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