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conjecture
is a unproven statement that is based on a observation
inductive reasoning
looking for patterns and making conjectures
conuterexample
an example that shows conjecture is false
defintion
using known words to describe
undefined
no way to define
point
no dimension
line
two dimension. no end
plane
two dimension. no end
colinear
two points on the same line
coplanar
two points on the same
intersect, intersction
the points that two things has in common
postulates, or axiom
rules that are accepted but not proven
coordinate
the real number that is the same as the point
distance, length
how far it is between A and B
distance formula
AB=√(x2 – x1)2 + ( y2 – y1)2