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Geometry Facts

Mrs. Stewart- 6th grade Math

a polygon with 3 sides triangle
a polygon with 4 sides quadrilateral
a polygon with 5 sides pentagon
a polygon with 6 sides hexagon
a polygon with 8 sides octagon
a polygon with 10 sides decagon
a pair of opposite sides parallel parallelogram
four right angles rectangle
four congruent sides rhombus
rectangle with four congruent sides square
a figure sliding translation
a figure flipping reflection
a figure turning or rotating rotation
segment that has one endpoint at the center and the other endpoint on the circle. (half of the circle) radius
a segment that passes through the center of the circle and has BOTH endpoints on the circle diameter
a segment that has both endpoints on the circle chord
an angle with its vertex at the center of the circle central angle
How do you name a circle? by its center
no size, only location point
continues without end in both directions line
flat surface that goes on in all directions plane
part of a line segment
part of a line that continues on in one direction ray
one line can be drawn through a set of points collinear points
no one line can be drawn through a set of points noncollinear points
lines that intersect at a given point intersecting lines
quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides trapezoid
Created by: mtoutant