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Converse opposite of the statement
Inverse flipped of the statement
Contrapositives opposite and flipped of the statement
Condition if then statement
Point a location
Line Made of many points
PLane flat surface made of points
Line segment uses two endpoints to be measured
Between betweenness of a point
construction ????????
congruent lines have the same measurement
midpoint 2 equal parts
Ray part of a line
Opposite rays a line
angle two non-collinear rays
vertex common end points
Right angle ninety degrees
acute angle less than ninety degrees
Obtuse angle more than ninety degrees
Adjacent angles two angles that lie on the same plane have common vertex no common point
Vertical angles two nonadjacent angles
linear pair pair of adjacent angles opposite rays
Complementary angles sum of ninety degrees
Supplementary angles sum of one hundred eighty degrees
Perpendicular Form two right angles
conjunctive educated guess based on known info
inductive reasoning a number of specific examples
counterexample false example
statement any sentence that is ether true or false
negation opposite of the statement
conjunction compound statement used by joining two or more statements with the word and
disjunction compound statement used by joining two or more statesments with the word or
bisects 2 equal parts
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