### Geometry Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle

Hickory High School

Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 Vocabulary Review

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Across
2.A part of a line that consists of two endpoints and all points between them
5.Points that lie on the same line.
9.A figure that is formed by two rays with the same endpoint
10.This law allows you to state a conclusion from two true conditional statements.
11.A 10 sided polygon
14.An accepted statement of fact.
17.A compound statement that connects two or more statements with an "OR".
18.An 11 sided polygon
19.A law that reasons that if a statement matches the hypothesis of a conditional statement, you can make a valid conclusion.
21.Two angles whose measure sum to 180 degrees
24.An if-then statement.
26.A synonym for postulate.
28.The property of equality that allows you to add the same thing to both sides.
30.The property of equality that allows you to subtract the same thing from both sides.
31.Describes an angle exactly 180 degrees
33.An 8 sided polygon
34.Describes two lines that intersect to form right angles
38.A segment, point or ray that divides a figure into two equal parts
39.Two angles whose measures sum to 90 degrees
42.A 7 sided polygon
43.A single true statement that combines a true conditional and a true converse
46.A geometric figure drawn using a compass and straightedge
48.A flat surface is represented that extends in two opposite directions
49.A straight path that extends in two opposite directions
50.Describes an angle between 0 and 90 degrees
51.A type of proof with statements on the left and reasons on the right
52.The property of equality that states a=a
Down
1.The property of equality that states if a=b, an b=c, then a=c.
3.A 9 sided polygon
4.An 12 sided polygon
6.A geometric tool used to draw circles and parts of circles
7.Describes figures with the same length
8.A statement that negates both the hypothesis and conclusion of a conditional.
12.Points and lines that lie in the same plane
13.The part of a conditional statement following the "if".
15.A compound statement that connects two or more statements with an "AND"
16.A 4 sided polygon
20.The part of a conditional statement following the "then".
22.The property of equality that states if a=b, then b=a.
23.A pair of adjacent and supplementary angles
25.A term indicating a location that has no size or dimension
27.A statement that switches the hypothesis and the conclusion of a conditional.
29.A convincing argument that uses deductive reasoning
32.A part of a line that consists of one endpoint and all points on one side of the endpoint
35.A statement that negates both the hypothesis and conclusion of a converse of a conditional.
36.Describes an angle exactly 90 degrees
37.The absolute value difference of two coordinates
40.A 5 sided polygon
41.The set of all points in three directions
44.Describes an angle between 90 and 180 degrees
45.A 6 sided polygon
47.A conjecture that you prove true.

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