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# Geometry Terms Tada!

Question | Answer |
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Triangle with two equal sides. | Isosceles |

Ray that cuts an angle exactly in half. | Angle Bisector |

Point of a triangle were the three medians meet. | Centroid |

Point of a triangle where the three perpendicular bisectors meet. | Circumcenter |

If I am hungry, then I eat an apple. If I eat an apple, then I am hungry. <--- | Converse |

All sides ar the same length | Equilateral |

The side opposite of the right angle of a right triangle. | Hypotenuse |

Where the three angle bisectors of a triangle meet. | Incenter |

One dimensional; continues forever. | Line |

Line halfway up a triangle that is parallel and half the size of the opposite side. | Midline |

Point where three altitudes of a triangle meet. | Orthocenter |

Lines on the same plane that never intersect. | Parallel |

Line that goes through the midpoint of a line segment. | Perpendicular Bisector |

Represented by a dot. | Point |

Two dimensional figure that is made of straight line segments that touch two other line segments, and is closed. | Polygon |

a2 + b2 = c2. | Pythagorean Therom |

Polygon with four sides. | Quadrilateral |

Polygon that has equal sides and angles. | Regular |

Three different sides. | Scalene |

Two polygons with congruent angles and proportional sides. | Similar |

Proven mathematical fact. | Therom |

Point where two sides of a polygon meet. | Vertex |

Point at one end and continuous on the other. | Ray |

([x1+x2]/2,[y1+y2]/2) | Midpoint Formula |

Line segment showing the lowest point to the highest point of a triangle. | Altitude |

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