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# L.F., Math I S.G.

Question | Answer |
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What's a point? | A point on a plane |

What's a line? | A line with points on a plane |

What's an acute angle? | Less than 90 degrees |

What's a right angle? | Exactly 90 degrees |

An obstuse angle is how much? | More than 90 degrees |

What's a straight angle? | It's 180 degrees (straight line) |

What's a complementary angle? | The sum of two angles that equal 90 degrees |

What's a supplementary angle? | The sum of two angles that equal 180 degrees |

What are vertical angles? | They're bow-tie buddies |

What is a linear pair? | It's a pair of adjacent angles formed when two lines intersect and they always add up to 180 degrees |

Conditional statement | p -> q |

Converse | q -> p |

Inverse | ~p -> ~q |

Contrapositive | ~q -> ~p |

Skew lines are.. | Two lines that don't intersect and are't parallel |

Parallel lines are.. | Lines that connect by a point |

Scalene triangles are.. | sides without any sides the same as other ones |

Isosceles triangles are.. | two sides that are congruent to each other |

Equilateral triangles.. | are three sides that are congruent to each other |

What does CPCTC mean? | Corresponding Parts of Congruent Triangles are Congruent |

What is Mean? | Mean is the average number |

What's Median? | Median is the middle number |

What's mode? | The number that appears the most |

How do you prove that HL is correct? | There needs to be a leg (deash) across from the 90 degree angle |

What does equiangular mean? | Having equal sides |

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LizethFlores