### EOG Math Goal 3 Geometry

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Across
1.horizontal line on a coordinate plane
4.number that cannot be expressed as a ratio of two numbers or as a terminating or repeating decimal
6.extend beyond normal boundaries
7.vertical line on a coordinate plane
8.in right triangle, side opposite the right angle
10.One of the two equal factors of a number
11.decrease in the size of all dimensions
14.in a right triangle, sides that include the right angle
15.equation that states that two ratios are equivalent
17.become smaller
19.two angles whose measures add to 180 degrees
20.plane or grid formed by the intersection of a horizontal axis and vertical axis
22.number of cubic units needed to fill a given space
23.changes in the size or position of a figure
26.increase in the size of all dimensions in the same proportions
27.distance around a polygon
30.comparison of two quantities by division
31.two angles whose measures add to 90 degrees
33.probability of an event using number lines, coordinate planes and formulas for geometric figures
Down
2.degree of symmetry and resemblance between two or more objects
3.triangle containing a right angle
5.transformation that enlarges or diminishes an object
9.ratio used to enlarge or reduce similar figures
12.set of three positive whole numbers a, b, c that are the lengths of the sides of a right triangle
13.matching parts of two or more polygons
16.examples are cylinder, cone, prism, pyramid
18.figure resulting from a transformation
21.the x and y-axes divide the coordinate plane into 4 regions
24.number of square units needed to cover a given surface
24.number of square units needed to cover a given surface
25.original image prior to a transformation
28.pattern, plan, or representation of the structure of workings of object or concept
29.rectangle with four congruent sides
32.rectangular prism with six congruent faces

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