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Geometry Terms-Jones

Geometry Terms for ICTC Math

Two Rays that meet at a common endpoint Angle
A shape where all points are equidistant from a center point Circle
The distance from the center of a circle to the outside Radius
A four sided shape with 4 equal sides and 4 90 degree angles Square
A five sided shape Pentagon
An angle with measure of 90 degrees Right Angle
Two or more co-planer lines that never intersect Parallel Lines
The distance around a circle Circumference
A triangle with all sides equal Equilateral Triangle
A 4 sided shape with 2 sets of parallel sides Parallelogram
A 4 sided shape with 1 set of parallel sides Trapezoid
Two lines that intersect at 90 degrees Perpendicular Lines
A triangle with a 90 degree angles Right Triangle
A triangle with two equal sides Isosceles Triangle
A 4 sided shape Quadrilateral
A 6 sided shape Hexagon
Part of a line with one endpoint Ray
Distance through the center of a circle Diameter
An angle smaller than 90 degrees Acute Angle
An angle larger than 90 but less than 180 degrees Obtuse Angle
A triangle with no sides equal Scalene Triangle
A 8 sided shape Octagon
Angle with vertex in the center of circle Central Angle
Two angles that add to 90 degrees Complementary Angles
Two angles that add to 180 degrees Supplementary Angles
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