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geometery vocabulary


point exact location in space
line a strait path that goes on forever
line segment part of a line
mid point half between the endpoints
ray part of a line
plane andless flat surface
parallel lines nevere cross and stay the same distance apart
intersecting lines pass throgh the same point
perpendicular lines intersecting lines that form square corners
angle is formed by two rays
acute angle between o and 90 degrees
right angle stait at 90 degrees
obtuse angle between 90 and 180 degrees
strait angle right at 180 degrees that is strait
equilateral triangle all sides are the same length
isosceles triangle at least two sides are the same length
scalene triangle one angle is a right angle
acute triangle all three angles are acute angles
obtuse triangle one angle is an obtuse angle
parallelogram a quad with both pairs of oppisite sides parallel and equal in length
trapezoid a quad with only one pair of parallel sides
rectangle a parallelogram with four right angles
Created by: laneyanderson