Obtusetriangle | | Two geometric figures that have the exact same size and shape. |

Congruentfigures | | Two different angles that are made by two lines and a transversal occupies corresponding positions. |

Legsofarttriangle | | It is the initial point of two rays. |

Equilateraltriangle | | A triangle that measures more the 90 degrees. |

Equiangulartriangle | | A triangle where no sides are equal. |

Vertexangle | | The sides that form a right angle in a right triangle. |

Baseangles | | The opposite side of a right angle in a right triangle. |

Scalenetriangle | | A triangle that has three congruent sides. |

Isoscelestriangle | | A triangle in wich two sides are equal. |

Correspondingsides | | A triangle in wich all three sides are equal. |

Adjacentsides | | If two angles are congruent the sides that are in corresponding position and are congruent are called? |

Rightriangle | | When the lines of a triangle are extended the angles that are adjacent to the inside angles. |

Legsofanisocelestriangle | | Two sides of a triangle that have a common vertex. |

Vertex | | When the lines of a triangle are extended the three original angles of the triangle. |

Corollary | | A triangle the measure less than 90 degrees. |

Acutetriangle | | An angle wich measures to be 90 degrees. |

Exteriorangle | | Two angles that are at the bottom of a triangle. |

Hypotenuse | | A statement that can be proved by using a defintion or thereom. |

Interiorangle | | The two congruent sides of isoceles triangle. |

Correspondingangles | | The rays are the sides of the triangle and the initial point of the rays is the? |