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Geometry voc#1

Geometry review for Quiz #1

straight path that goes on without end in two directions line
part of a line with two endpoints line segment
this is formed by two rays with the same endpoint angle
an angle with a square corner (90 degrees) right angle
an angle that is smaller than a right angle (less than 90 degrees) acute angle
an angle that is greater than a right angle (more than 90 degrees) obtuse angle
a part of a line. It goes on without end in one direction. ray
flat figures that can be closed or not closed plane figure
closed plane figure made up of 3 or more line segments polygon
point where 2 sides meet vertex
ANY polygon with 4 sides and 4 angles quadrilateral
line or line segments that are always the same distance apart. parallel
line or line segments that meet to form right angles perpendicular
polygon with 4 equal sides and NO right angles rhombus
a quadrilateral with EXACTLY 1 set of parallel sides trapezoid
Created by: malicki