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# Math Vocabulary test

TermDefinition
Transversal a line that intersects two co-planar lines at two distinct points
Isosceles a triangle that has at least two sides congruent
Scalene a triangle that has no sides congruent
Alternate Exterior non-adjacent interior angles that lie opposite sides of a transversal
Acute Triangle a triangle that has all acute angles
Point Slope What form is the following equation? y- y1 = m(x-x1)
Exterior Angle An angle formed by a side and an extension of an angle
Polygon A closed plane figure with at least three sides that are congruent
Convex A polygon that has no diagonal with points outside the polygon
Slope-Intercept What form is the following equation? y = mx+b
Concave a polygon with at least one diagonal with with points outside the polygon
Equilateral Polygon a polygon with all sides congruent
Right Triangle a triangle that has one right angle
Obtuse Trianle a triangle that has one obtuse angle
Equilateral Triangle a triangle that has all sides congruent
Equiangular Polygon a polygon with all congruent angles
Regular Polygon a polygon with both congruent angles and congruent sides
Standard Form What form is the following equation? Ax + By = C
Remote Interior For each exterior angle there are two non-adjacent interior angles called these
Congruent Polygons Polygons that have congruent corresponding parts
Base Angles Congruent angles of an isosceles triangle
Vertex In an isosceles triangle, the angle between the congruent legs
Mid-segment segment in a triangle that connects the midpoint of two sides
Angle Bisector segment in a triangle that bisects an angle
Perpendicular Bisector segment in a triangle that is perpendicular to a base and bisects it
SSS two triangles are congruent if three pairs of corresponding sides are congruent
SAS two triangles are congruent if two pairs of sides are congruent and the angles between those sides are congruent
ASA two triangles are congruent if two pairs of angles are congruent and the sides between those angles are congruent
AAS two triangles are congruent if two pairs of angles are congruent and the sides following those angles are congruent
HL two right triangles are congruent if their hypotenuses are congruent and one pair of legs is congruent
Created by: m.guttowsky