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Geometry - Ch. #3

Ch. #3

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(3.1) 2 par. lines cut by a trans. make 2 corr. angles cong. (3.1) 2 par. lines cut by a trans. make 2 corr. angles cong.
(3.1) 2 par. lines cut by a trans. make 2 alt. int. angles cong. (3.1) 2 par. lines cut by a trans. make 2 alt. int. angles cong.
(3.1) 2 par. lines cut by a trans. make 2 s. s. int. angles supp. (3.1) 2 par. lines cut by a trans. make 2 s. s. int. angles supp.
(3.1) 2 par. lines cut by a trans. make 2 alt. ext. angles cong. (3.1) 2 par. lines cut by a trans. make 2 alt. ext. angles cong.
(3.2) 2 par. lines cut by a trans. make 2 s. s. ext. angles supp. (3.2) 2 par. lines cut by a trans. make 2 s. s. ext. angles supp.
(3.3) The sum of the measures of the angles of a triangle equals 180 degrees
(3.3) Equilateral triangle all sides cong.
(3.3) Isosceles triangle 2 sides cong.
(3.3) Scalene triangle no sides cong.
(3.3) Equiangular triangle all angles cong.
(3.3) Right triangle one right angle
(3.3) Acute triangle all angles less than 90 degrees
(3.3) Obtuse triangle one obtuse angle (90 to 180 degrees)
(3.4) Definition of a polygon -closed shape with at least 3 sides -sides of a polygon intersect only at endpoints -do not cross
(3.4) Definition of a regular polygon -both equilateral and equiangular (all sides and angles are cong.)
(3.4) Equation to find interior angles measurements for polygons (n-2)180
(3.4) Exterior of polygons equal 360 degrees
(3.5) Slope formula m= y2-y1 ------- x2-x1
(3.5) Point-Slope Form y-k=m(x-h)
(3.5) Slope-Intercept Form y=mx+b
(3.5) Standard Form ax+by=c
(3.6) Properties of par. lines -same slope -same plane -do not intersect
(3.6) Properties of perp. lines -same plane -do not intersect -form a right angle -opposite reciprocal slopes
(3.6) Horizontal lines slope 0/1 (=0)
(3.6) Vertical lines slope 1/0 (undefined slope/cannot divide by 0)
Created by: mma129