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geometry vocab

math geometry vocabulary

a part of a line that has a starting point and continues on forever. ray
Angle 90 degrees. right angle
An exact point in space. point
a straight path of points that goes on and on and never ends line
two lines that never ever intersect and keep going forever and ever ,never stops but never intersects parallel lines
ongoing lines that pass through the same point. intersecting lines
ongoing lines that form 90 degree angles all four corners. perpendicular lines
a part of a line with two d points. line segment
A 90 degree angle or an angle that you can make a square in the corner. Right angle
angle that is bigger than a right angle. Larger than a 90 degree angle. obtuse angle
angle that is smaller than a right angle. acute angle
A tool used o measure angles protractor
A closed plane figure polygon
the point where two sides meet vertex
e line segment of a polygon sides
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