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Vocabulary - Unit 4

Moodle Assignment #2

a comparison of 2 numbers using division ratio
an equation that states that 2 ratios are equivalent proportion
the product of the numerator and denominator of the other ratio cross product
an equation in which letters are used to replace the coefficients and constants of another equation literal equation
integers in counting order consecutive integers
a polygon with three sides and three angles triangle
an angle that measures less than 90 degrees acute angle
a triangle that has all the sides the same length and all of the angles the same measure equilateral triangle
figures that have the same size and shape congruent figures
a triangle with at least two angles having the same measure and atleast two sides having the same length isosceles triangle
a triangle with one angle measure of 90 degrees right triangle
the sum of two angles is 180 degrees supplementary angles
the sum of two angles is 90 degrees complementary angles
Created by: gbowie