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Geometry Midterm VO.

What is a Hypothesis? The part following the if.
What are opposite rays? Two rays with a common endpoint that from a straight line.
What does complementary mean? Two angles that add up to 90 degrees.
What is the area of a cirle? Pii times radiouse squared.
Two rays that add up to 180 degrees? Supplementary.
When two angles are next to each other. Adjacent.
What does converse mean? Switching the hypothesis and the conclusion of a Conditional statement.
Conclusion is..? The part following the "then' In a Condiotional statement.
Angle bisector means? Ray that divides and angle into to Equal parts.
2pieR gets you...? The circumference of a circle.
Multiplying the number out side of the parenthesis by the numbers inside the parenthesis is doing what? Distribute
Segment bisector? Divdes a segment into 2 Egual parts.
Perimeter? When you add up all the sides.
Created by: sabrinapfeffer