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anjhae` unit 2 vocab

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acute angle angle less than 90 degres
angle is made of two rays connected at their endpoints and the point where they connect is called the vertex
angle bisector cuts an angle into congruent angles
collinear points points that lie on the same line
congurent angles angles that have the same measure
congurent segments two segments with the same length.
conjecture is a conclusion reached through inductive reasoning
coordinate a point's distance and direction from the origin of a number line
coplanar points and lines in the same plane
counterexample is enough to disprove a conjecture
inductive reasoning is a conclusion based on observed patterns
line has no length, no width or thickness. It extends without end in two directions
midpoint a point that gives a segment into two congruent segments
obtuse angle a angle that measures above 90 degrees and less the 180 degrees
opposite rays rays that start at the same point but go in opposite directions
parallel lines are lines that don't intersect
perpendicular lines lines that intersect to form right angles
plane a flat surface that has no thickness
point has no size but has a position
postulate an accepted statment of fact
ray the part of a line consisting of one endpoint
right angle an angle measuring 80 degrees
segment the part of a line consisting of two endpoints
skew lines noncoplanar lines. therefore, they are not parallel and do not intersect
space is the boundless 3-dimensional set of all points.
line has no length, no width or thickness. It extends without end in two directions
midpoint a point that gives a segment into two congruent segments
obtuse angle a angle that measures above 90 degrees and less the 180 degrees
opposite rays rays that start at the same point but go in opposite directions
parallel lines are lines that don't intersect
perpendicular lines lines that intersect to form right angles
plane a flat surface that has no thickness
point has no size but has a position
postulate an accepted statment of fact
ray the part of a line consisting of one endpoint
right angle an angle measuring 80 degrees
segment the part of a line consisting of two endpoints
skew lines noncoplanar lines. therefore, they are not parallel and do not intersect
space is the boundless 3-dimensional set of all points.
line has no length, no width or thickness. It extends without end in two directions
midpoint a point that gives a segment into two congruent segments
obtuse angle a angle that measures above 90 degrees and less the 180 degrees
opposite rays rays that start at the same point but go in opposite directions
parallel lines are lines that don't intersect
perpendicular lines lines that intersect to form right angles
plane a flat surface that has no thickness
point has no size but has a position
postulate an accepted statment of fact
ray the part of a line consisting of one endpoint
right angle an angle measuring 80 degrees
segment the part of a line consisting of two endpoints
skew lines noncoplanar lines. therefore, they are not parallel and do not intersect
space is the boundless 3-dimensional set of all points.
line has no length, no width or thickness. It extends without end in two directions
midpoint a point that gives a segment into two congruent segments
obtuse angle a angle that measures above 90 degrees and less the 180 degrees
opposite rays rays that start at the same point but go in opposite directions
parallel lines are lines that don't intersect
perpendicular lines lines that intersect to form right angles
plane a flat surface that has no thickness
point has no size but has a position
postulate an accepted statment of fact
ray the part of a line consisting of one endpoint
right angle an angle measuring 80 degrees
segment the part of a line consisting of two endpoints
skew lines noncoplanar lines. therefore, they are not parallel and do not intersect
space is the boundless 3-dimensional set of all points.
line has no length, no width or thickness. It extends without end in two directions
midpoint a point that gives a segment into two congruent segments
obtuse angle a angle that measures above 90 degrees and less the 180 degrees
opposite rays rays that start at the same point but go in opposite directions
parallel lines are lines that don't intersect
perpendicular lines lines that intersect to form right angles
plane a flat surface that has no thickness
point has no size but has a position
postulate an accepted statment of fact
ray the part of a line consisting of one endpoint
right angle an angle measuring 80 degrees
segment the part of a line consisting of two endpoints
skew lines noncoplanar lines. therefore, they are not parallel and do not intersect
space is the boundless 3-dimensional set of all points.
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