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MIPS Geometry

MIPS Geometry CH 1 - 2

Conditional An IF-THEN statement
Biconditional p if and only if
Antecedent The phrase after the IF
Consequent The phrase after the THEN
Converse The antecedent and consequent are switched
Counterexample Antecedent is true - Consequent is false
Instance Antecedent is true - Consequent is true
Convex set Not caved in - all segments drawn are contained in set.
Nonconvex set Caved in - all segments drawn are not in set
Union All elements of both sets
Intersection Elements that both sets have in common.
Scalene No sides are equal
Isosceles Two sides are equal
Equilateral All sides are equal
Null set Empty set
Midpoint The middle point on a segment
Equidistance At the same distance
Segment The set of all points between endpoints A and B
Ray The set of points starting with endpoint A and going on forever through point B
Discrete Made up of individual points
Oblique line Slanted - contains both x and y
Vertical line x = any number
Horizontal line y = any number
Collinear On the same line
Coplanar On the same plane
Created by: mathgirl