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Geometry Fun

Jen Arrogancia

Do you know your postulates, theorems, properties, and vocabulary? Test yourself

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2.to divide into two congruent parts
5.figures that lie in the same plane
7.an angle whose measure is between 0 and 90 degrees
10.A pair of angles with a common vertex whose sides are opposite rays
12.an angle whose measure is between 90 and 180 degrees
13.An angle with 90 degrees
14.You must always draw these to correspond with your work
16.A statement in the form of if and only if
17.three non collinear points define one plane.
22.the length of segment AB
24.an angle whose measure is 180 degrees
25.three undefined terms in geometry
27.a part of a line with one endpoint and extending in one direction
28.This postulate states that "If B lies between A and C, then the length of AB = the length of BC"
29.a statement accepted without proof
30.the course you are studying
31.If p then q, this would be wrtten as if q then p.
32.A pair of angles whose sum is 180 degrees are this
1.A statement that must be proven.
3.points that lie in the same line
4.Having the same size and same shape
6.a polygon with four sides
8.this can be written in if-then form
9.In a right triangle, the sum of the squares of the legs equals the square of the hypotenuse.
11.the point that divides a segment into two congruent parts
15.a pair of rays with a common endpoint that extend in opposite directions
18.two angles with a common vertex, common side and no common interior angles
19.a polygon with 3 sides
20.number of planes through any set of collinear points
21.A pair of angles whose sum is 90 degrees
23.A BMS geometry teacher
26.The Greek mathematician called the father of geometry

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