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Math vocabulary 101


What is a point A location
A line is A series of points that extend in opposite directions without ending!
A Ray is part of a line with one endpoint and all the points of the line on one side of the endpoint
A segment is part of a line with two end points and all the points inbetween
A plane is a flat that extends indefinitely in all directions and has no thickness
Intersecting lines are lines that have exactly 1 point in common
Parallel lines are lines in the same plane that never intersect
Skew lines lines in different planes they are neither parallel nor intersecting
An angle is A figure formed by two rays with a common endpoint
A vertex is the point of intersection of two sides of an angle or figure
Adjacent angles are angles that share a vertex and a side but have no interior points in common
Vertical angles are angles that have a congruent angle formed by two intersecting lines and opposite each other
Complementory angle is an angle that measures/ adds up to 90 degrees
supplementory angles are angles that add up to 180
Congruent angles are angles with equal measure
Congruent sides are sides that have the same length
Created by: dylcio