Ashley Brightman p.1

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Across
1.has four sides
5.the ratio if corresponding sides in its most simplest form
6.a segment that begins at a vertex and intersects at the midpoint of the opposite side
11.part of a circle
13.a segment that begins at a vertex and is perpendicular with the opposite side
14.measure of angle one + measure of angle two = meausre of angle three
16.1/2bh
18.a line that intersects two or more coplaner lines at least two different places
19.a set of integers that satisfy the pythagorean theorm
20.has 4 faces
22.if corresponding sides of two triangles are porportional, then they're similar
23.the set of all points, in a plane, equidistant from a given point
24.part of line with two end points
Down
2.cxh
3.all angles add up to 360 degrees
4.c2 = a2 + b2
7.planes that never intersect
8.s2
9.two lines that intersect and form a right angle
10.specific example that contradicts the conclusion
12.has 10 sides
15.three segments that join three noncolinear points
17.equilateral and equilangular
21.part of line wit one end point

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