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# math class

### math vocab words

is a closed geometric figure with sides formed by three or more coplaner segments that intersects two other segments, one at each endpoint polygons
are polygon thay are formed inside the polygon interior angle
3 sided triangle
5 sided polygon pentagon
6 sided polygon hexagon
7 sided polygon heptagon
8 sidd polygon octagon
9 sided polygon nonagon
10 sided polygon decagon
12 sided polygon dodcagon
all the angles added up t equal 180 degrees sum interior angle
is a polygon that is both equiangular with all angles congruet, and equilateral with all sides congruent regular polygon
thw sum of the measures if the interior angles of a convex n-gon is (n-2)180 interior angle of a regular polygon
is a polygon that is caved in convex
is a polygon that has not caved in concave
all of the interior angle are congruent equaianqular polygon
all of its sides are congruent equilateral polygon
is formed by extending the sides of the polygn exterior angle
all the exterior angles on the outside of the polygon add up to 360 sum exterior angle
360\n exterior angle of a regual polygon
is a polygon that joins two nonconsecutive vertices diagonal
is a point from each point is the same equidistant
is a segment from a vertext of the triangle to the midpoint of the opposite side of the triangle median
a segment, ray, line or plane that is perpendicular to the segment at its midpoint perpendicular bisector
is a bisector of an angle of the triangle angle bisector
the point of intersection of the line point of concurrenccy
the point of concurrency of the angle bisector incenter
the point of concurrency of the altitudes of a triangle orthacenter
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