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when you make a prediction based on several examples

inductive reasoning


flips a figure over a line

reflect


every point moves along a circular path called the center of rotation

rotate


slide each point of a figure the same distantce in the same direction

translate


change made to the size or postion of a figure

transformation


what results when you transform a figure

image


when a figure and its image coincide

symmetry


the line over which a figure is flipped when it is symmetrical

line of symmetry


a prediction

conjecture


conjecture written as "if p, then q"

conditional statement


the if part of a conditional statement

hypothesis


is the "then" part of a conditional statement

conclusion


an example when the hypothesis is true but the conclusion is false

counterexample


on the same line

collinear


on the same plane

coplanar


when two figures share one point

intersect


the shared points of two figures

intersection


if two lines on the same plane do not intersect

parallel


two lines that do not intersect and are not parallel

skew


part of a line with one end point

ray


part of a line with two endpoints

segment


segments that are equal in length

congruent segments


two rays with an common end point

angle


end point of an angle

vertex


angles that have the same measure

congruent angles


the point that divides the segment into two congruent segment

midpoint


something that intersects the segment at its midpoint

bisector of a segment


ray or line that divides the angle into two congruent angles

bisector of an angle


point where a ray begins or where a segment begins or ends

endpoint
