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Math 6: Unit 2

Graphing

TermDefinition
Congruent Something that has the same size and shape.
Segments A section of a line bounded by two endpoints.
Angle The amount of turning between two rays meeting at a vertex.
Polygon A plane shape having 3 or more straight sides.
Regular Polygon A polygon where all sides and angles are equal.
Symmetry When one half of an object is a mirror image of the other half.
Sides A straight line joining the vertices of a polygon.
Lines of Symmetry The place an object can be divided so that each half is a mirror image.
Coordinate Plane A plane containing two perpendicular axes that intersect at the origin.
Axis A reference line.
Quadrant The part of the coordinate plane determined by the intersection of the x and y axis.
Ordered Pair A pair of numbers indicating a specific point on the coordinate plane.
Origin The point where the x and y axis intersect on the plane.
Horizontal Another name for the x axis.
Vertical Another name for the y axis.
X Coordinate The first number in an ordered pair.
Y Coordinate The second number in an ordered pair.
Created by: PRO Teacher scash