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geometry terms

space the collection of all points
point an exact location in space
plane a collection of points that forms a flat, continuous, and unending surface
line a straight, continuous, and unending collection of points
line segment a part of a line with two endpoints
ray a straight, continuous, and unending set of points that has one endpoint
vertex the common endpoint of two rays or two line segments
angle two rays that have a common endpoint
interior of the angle part of a plane between the two rays
vertical angles angles formed by intersecting linesThey are always equal in size, or congruent.
adjacent angles angels that share a common side and a common vertex and their interiors do not overlap
complementary angles two angles for which the sum of the angle measures is 90 degrees
supplementary angles two angles for which the sum of the angle measures 180 degrees.
Created by: pdillahunt