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geometry vocabulary word review

QuestionAnswer
Which angle makes a 90 degree angle, or the "perfect L?" A right angle
What two things must be true about 2 shapes being congruent? They have to be the same size and same shape
Which angle is bigger than a right angle? An obtuse angle
Which angle is smaller than a right angle? An acute angle
Which polygon has 3 sides? A triangle
Which triangle has one right angle? A right triangle
Which quadrilateral has 4 right angles and all sides are the same length? square
Which quadrilateral has 4 right angles and the opposite sides are the same length? rectangle
What is an exact position? point
What is a set of points that is endless in both directions? line
What is part of a line that has two endpoints? line segment
What is part of a line that has one endpoint and goes endlessly in one direction? ray
What are the lines called that cross at one point? intersecting lines
What are the lines called that never cross? parallel lines
What are the lines called that cros at one point, but form right angles? perpendicular lines
What is the distance around a figure called? perimeter
What is the number of square units needed to cover the inside of a figure called? area
Created by: economy3 on 2010-02-02



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