translation | | A triangle with all sides congruent. |

syllogism | | In Greek, it means |

del | | A triangle with at least 2 congruent sides |

patriots | | ctrl - alt - ? |

supplementary | | The ratio of any two corresponding sides of similar figures. |

LisaBrewer | | Logic law: if p->q, and q->r, then p->r |

biconditional | | What property of equality is AB = BA |

scalefactor | | The conditional and converse are both true. |

scalene | | Lines not in the same plane that do not intersect. |

DrewBledsoe | | What property of equality is AB = AB |

similar | | An angle with a degree measure less than 90 |

slope | | Two angles whose sum is 90 |

perimeter | | A triangle with no congruent sides |

transitive | | Quarterback of undefeated NFL team as of 11/25/07 |

TomBrady | | UT mascot name |

skewlines | | The change in the rise of a line divided by the run. |

parallellines | | A transformation moving a figure along a fixed direction. |

obtuseangle | | Lee High sports name |

rectangle | | He was president in 1993 |

uga | | Georgia Bulldogs mascot name |

Dale | | A quadrilateral with 4 right angles. |

midpoint | | Vice-president of the US |

geometry | | An angle whose degree measure is 90. |

equilateral | | What's usually in Mr. Masters' Halloween bowl? |

RonEarley | | A quadrilateral with 4 right angles and 4 congruent sides |

TerrellOwens | | Two angles whose sum is 180 |

bisector | | Mr. Masters' middle name. |

square | | Only undefeated NFL team as of 11/25/07 |

smokey | | The middle of a line segment |

linearpair | | Under the mode key |

isosceles | | Lines in the same plane that do not intersect. |

symmetric | | The set of all points |

congruent | | An |

BillClinton | | A conjecture that must be proven true. |

perpendicularlines | | Before Romo |

space | | An angle with a degree measure between 90 and 180. |

conditional | | If two angles have the same measure they are what? |

Generals | | Polygons whose corresponding sides are proportional. |

rightangle | | T.O. |

candy | | What property of equality is IF A=B, B=C, THEN A=C |

acuteangle | | Lines that meet to form right angles. |

theorem | | The ray that cuts an angle in half |

complementary | | Two adjacent angles whose non-common sides form a straight line. |

DickCheney | | Principal of Lee High |

quit | | The sum of the lengths of the sides of a polygon. |

reflexive | | One of the assistant principles at Lee High |