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CONE
a solid that is bounded by a closed plane curve, which forms the base and the surface formed by all the line segments that connect the boundary of the base to a single fixed point that is not in the same plane as the base
PYRAMID
a geometric solid whose base is a polygon and whose lateral faces are triangles that extend from the edges of the base to a common vertex
PRISM
a geometric figure whose bases are two congruent parallel polygon and whose lateral sides are parallelograms
REGULAR POLYGONS
a polygon whose interior have equal measures and whose sides have equal lengths
ACUTE TRIANGLE
triangles in which all three angles measure between 0 and 90
OBTUSE TRIANGLE
contains an an angle whose measure is between 90 and 180
SCALENE TRIANGLE
no sides of equal length
RIGHT TRIANGLE
angle that measure 90 degrees
EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE
all sides have equal length
ISOSCELES TRIANGLES
at least 2 sides of equal lenghth
COMPLEMENTARY ANGLES
two abgles whose measures sum to 90 degrees
SUPLEMENTARY ANGLES
two angles whose measures sum 180 degrees
LINE
a sstraight curve that extends 4eva
LINE SEGMENT
a part of a line that has two endpoints and all points between them
RAY
the portion of a line on one side of a fixed point on the line
BISECTOR
to split into 2 equal pieces
LINER EQUATION
an equation whose graph is aline, Also a first degree polynomial equation in one or more variables
CIRCLES
a planar geometric figure that is the collection of all the points that are the same distance from a specific point
CENTRAL ANGLES
an angle with the vertex is in the center of the circle
INSCRIBED ANGLE
an angle inside a circle with the vertex on the circle
MIRROR ARC
the smaller of the 2 arcs determined by 2 points on a circle that are not on the same diameter
MAJOR ARC
the larger of the 2 arcs determined by 2 points on a circle that are not on the same diameter
DEGREE OF A POLYNOMIAL
the degree of the highest degree term in the polynomial
SECTOR
a region of a circular disk bounded by 2 radi and an arc of the circle
ALTERNATE INTERIOR ANGLES
angles on opposite sides of a transversal
CORRESPONDING ANGLES
angles located in matching positions when 2 lines are cut by a transveral. also angles located in matching positions in similar triangles
STRAIGHT ANGLES
angle with measure of 180 degrees
VERTICAL ANGLES
2 no adjacent angles formed by 2 intersecting lines
STANDARD FORM
the conventional way mathematical constructs are written
PARALLEL LINES
two lines in the same plane that do not intersect
PERPENDICULAR LINES
interesting at right angles
TRANSVERSAL
a line that cuts or intersects one or more other lines in the same plane