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acute angle an angle whose measure is less than 90 degrees
angle an angle is formed by two rays with same endpoint
angle bisector is a ray that divides an angle into two congruent angles
collinear points lie on the same line
congruent angles are angles that have the same measure
congruent segments are srgments thathave the same lengnts
conjecture is a conclusion reached by inductive reasoning
coordinate a point on a line with a capital letter
coplanar pionts that lie on the same coordinate
counterexample to a statment proves it wrong
inductive reasoning is a type of reasoning that reaches a conclusion on specific patterns
line two points extended in opposite directions that never end.
mid point divedes somthing into two congruent segments
obtuse angle mopre than 90 degreese
opposite rays are colinear with rays with same endpionts
parrallel lines lines that go in the same direction but never intersect
perpendicular lines are lines that intersct and form right angles
plane a flat surface that has no thickness
piont a location that has no size
postulate an accepted state of fact
ray is the part of a line consisting of one end piont on the line of one side of the endpoint
right angle angle exactly 90 degrees
segment a part of two points called endpoints and all points between them
skew lines lines that are parrallel and they go in opposite directions
space is the set of all points
Created by: spencer12