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32 Cards in this Set
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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
