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# Pts, lines, planes

### Geometry Ch 1

Questio | Answer |
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Two non-coinciding lines intersect in a single ________? | Point |

The three undefined terms of geometry | Point, Line, plane |

Any three non-collinear points determine a _________? | Plane |

Two angles which share a vertex, a side but not interior points | Adjacent Angles |

Supplementary angles which are also adjacent | Linear Pair |

Non-adjacent angles formed by two intersecting lines | Vertical angles |

Number of feet in one mile | 5280 |

100 centimeters is equivalent to ______ meters? | 1 |

Which three metric units are smaller than a meter? | Decimeter, centimeters, millimeter |

Math Expression used to describe a supplementary angle | 180- x |

Complementary angle to a 63 degree angle | 27 dgrees |

Equation illustrating segment addition for the circumstance of the point B between A and C. | AB + BC = AC |

Unshared sides of a linear pair are are called _____________. __________. | Opposite rays |

Two intersecting planes intersect in a _____________. | Line |

The place where a segment is divided evenly. | Midpoint |

1/360th of a circle | Degree |

One of two (usually red) marks used to denote congruence on a geometry figure | Tick marks or arc marks |

Angles which measure between 90 and 180 not inclusive. | Obtuse |

What are allowed tools when forming a geometric construction | Compass and straight edge |

Classification of a 22 degree angle | Acute |

Name of the formula A = pi* r^2 | Area of a circle |

Midpoint of the segment with endpoints P(-8,3) and Q (-2,7) | (-5,5) |

Distance between F(1,2) and G(5,5) | 5 units |

Name for The perpendicular sides of a right triangle...not the longest side | Legs |

Endpoint of a segment with other endpoint C(-3,-2) and midpoint M(2.5,1) | (8,4) |

Perimeter of a rectangle with sides 20 in. and 8 in. | 56 in. |

Math expression for perimeter of a triangle with side lengths 5x +14, 10, 14x-2 | 19x+22 |

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