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Geometry Implied Statements

Undefined Terms point, line, plane
<--> AB line AB
-- AB segment AB
--> AB ray AB
-- ABC B is between A and C
AB distance between A and B
What can be implied from a picture? adj. angles, vert. angles, and linear pair
collinnear <=> points on same (one) line
coplanar <=> points/lines in same plane
Betweeness <=> SAP
congruent segments <=> = lengths
segment bisector <=> intersection at midpt
midpt <=> 2 = m collinear segments
acute angle <=> 0 < m of the angle < 90
right angle <=> m of the angle = 90
obtuse angle <=> 90 < m of the angle < 180
straight angle <=> m of the angle = 180
adj. angles <=> AAP
congruent angles <=> = m adjacent angles
complementary angles <=> 2 angles with sum = 90
supplementary angles <=> 2 angles with sum = 180
linear pair => supplementary angles
vertical angles => congruent angles
perpendicular lines <=> right angles
2 points <=> a line
3 noncollinear points <=> a plane
2 points on plane => the line is on the same plane
intersection of 2 lines => a point
intersection of 2 planes => a line
Created by: rickirules22e