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Myers - Geometry 1

parallel lines, angle and triangle classification, similarity vocab

TermDefinition
similar triangles triangles in which each pair of corresponding angles are congruent and each pair of corresponding sides are proportional
scale factor ratio that describes the relationship between sides of similar figures
vertical angles non-adjacent angles formed by opposite rays. these angles are always congruent (their measures are always equal)
linear pair adjacent angles formed by the intersection of two lines. these angles are always supplementary (their measures always have a sum of 180 degrees)
right triangles triangles in which one angle measures 90 degrees
acute triangles triangles in which each angle measures less than 90 degrees
equilateral triangles triangles in which all sides have equal measures
obtuse triangles triangles in which one angle measures more than 90 degrees
scalene triangles triangles in which no sides have equal measures
isosceles triangles triangles in which two sides have equal measures
congruent triangles triangles in which each pair of corresponding angles are congruent and each pair of corresponding sides are congruent
Created by: jmyers263