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If two Parallel Lines are cut by a Transversal...
Alternateinterior angles are.. Alternateexterior angles are.. corresponding angles are.. interior angles are... 
Alternateinterior angles are equal
Alternateexterior angles are equal corresponding angles are equal interior angles are supplementary 

What is a Square and what is its area?

Rectangle with all four sides equal.
A=b^2 

What is a Rhombus and what is its area?

A Parallelogram with length of all four sides equal.
A=bh 

What is a Trapezoid and what is its area?

A Quadrilateral with only two sides Parallel.
A=Sum of Parallel Lengths divided by 2 then multiplied by the Altitude 

What is the Relationship between a Central Angle and a Central Arc?

They are Equal


What is the Relationship between an Inscribed Angle and an Intercepted Arc?

Inscribed Angle = 1/2 of the Intercepted Arc


What is the Angle formed by Two Intercepting Chords?

1/2 the Sum of the Two Intercepted Arcs.


Area of a Rectangle

A = bh


Area of a Square

A = s^2


Area of a parallelogram

A = bh


Area of a circle

A = (pie symbol) r^2


Volume of a Prism

V = Bh


Volume of a Cylinder

V = (pie symbol) r^2 * h


Find the Perimieter of a Square with 15.0 cm side length

60.0 cm


Find the Area of a Square with a 15.0 cm side length

225 cm^2


Find the Area of a 12 cm x 18 cm Rectangle

216 cm^2


Find the Perimeter of a 22 mi x 33 mi Rectangle

110 mi


Find the Perimeter of a Rhombus with one side measuring 12m

48m


Find the Area of a Rhombus with one side measuring 3ft

9ft^2


Find the Perimeter of a Parallelogram with a 2yd base and a 3yd height

10 yd


Find the Area of a Parallelogram with a 44km base and a 32km height

1,408 km^2


Find the Area of a Trapezoid; top = 13m, bottom = 23m, height=12m

1,794 m^2


Find the Perimeter of a 12yd x 54yd x 13 yd x 40yd Trapezoid with a height of 33yd

119 yd


What is the hypotenuse of a right triangle with 6m and 8m legs?

10m


A triangle has a 30 degree and 90 degree angle, what is the last angle?

60 degrees


What is the area of a 12m x 10m x 8m Triangle?

~40m


What is the Perimeter of a 31m x 20m x 17m Triangle?

68m


What is the Circumference of a Circle with a radius of 12m?

~75m


What is the Circumference of a Circle with a Diameter of 24m?

~75m


What is the Area of a Circle with a Radius of 3ft?

~28ft


What is the Area of a Circle with a Diameter of 13 feet?

~133ft


What is the height of a 729 cm^3 prism with a base of 81cm^2?

9cm


What is the volume of a 12 ft high cylinder with a 4ft diameter?

~151ft^3


"What is an Acute Angle?"

An angle measuring less than 90 degrees


"What is an Obtuse Angle?"

An angle greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees


"What degree is a Right Angle?"

90 degrees


"Define an Angle:"

Two lines that have a common point.


"Define a Vertex:"

The common point of two lines.


"Define Intersect"

Two lines that have only one point in common.


"Define Parallel"

Two lines who don't intersect ever.


"What is an Adjacent Angle"

Two angles that have a Vertex and Side in common


"What are Complementary Angles?"

Two Adjacent Angles with a sum of 90 degrees


Two lines intersect and form equal Adjacent Angles, what are they?

Perpendicular


"What are Supplementary Angles?"

Two angles whose sum measures 180 degrees


"What are Vertical Angles?"

Two angles that are opposite each other but equal


"What is a Transversal?"

A line that intersects two or more lines in different points on the same plane.


"What are Interior Angles?"

Angles formed inside the lines a Transversal intersects.


"What are Exterior Angles?"

Angles formed outside the lines a Transversal intersects.


"What are Corresponding Angles?"

Angles formed by a Transversal that are InteriorExterior on the same side of the Transversal.


"What are Alternate Angles?"

Angles formed by a Transversal that are on opposite sides with different Vertices


"What is a Polygon?"

A closed figure whose sides are straight line segments.


"How many sides does a Triangle have?"

3


"How many sides does a Quadrilateral have?"

4


"How many sides does a Pentagon have?"

5


"How many sides does a Hexagon have?"

6


"How many sides does a Heptagon have?"

7


"How many sides does and Octagon have?"

8


"How many sides does a Nonagon have?"

9


"What is a Parallelogram?"

A Quadrilateral with opposite sides Parallel


"What is an Altitude?"

Shortest distance from a top Vertex to its opposite side.


"What is a Rectangle?"

A Parallelogram with 4 right angles.


"What is a Square and what is its area?"

"Rectangle with all four sides equal.


What is a Rhombus and what is its area?

"A Parallelogram with length of all four sides equal.


"What is a Trapezoid and what is its area?"

"A Quadrilateral with only two sides Parallel.


"What is an Equilateral Triangle?"

All three sides Equal


"What is an Isosceles Triangle?"

Two equal sides with equal oppositeangles.


"What is a Scalene Triangle?"

No equal sides. No equal angles.


"What is a Right Triangle?"

A Triangle with a Right Angle.


"What is an Acute Triangle?"

A Triangle with 3 Acute Angles


"What is an Obtuse Triangle?"

A Triangle with 1 Obtuse Angle


"What is Pythagorean Theorem?"

A^2 + B^2 = C^2


"What is a Hypotenuse?"

The side opposite right angle, The longest side of a Right Triangle.


"What are Legs?"

The sides of a Right Triangle opposite the acute angles.


"What is the Perimeter?"

Sum of the Length of all sides of a Polygon.


"What is the Area of a Triangle if the Altitude is Unknown?"

If s = half of (a+b+c) then the Area Equals the Square Root of s(sa)(sb)(sc)


"What is Heron's Formula?"

The formula to find the area of a triangle if only the length of the three sides are known.


"What is the Area of a Triangle if the Altitude is known?"

Area is equal to half the base times the height/altitude


"What is a Similar Polygon?"

When two Polygons have Equal Corresponding Angles and the Lengths of the corresponding sides are proportional.


"What is a Radius?"

Distance to the Center of a Circle.


"What is the Diameter of a Circle?"

The Distance between two opposite points of a Circle.


"What is the Circumference of a Circle?"

The Distance around a Circle.


"What is a Central Angle?"

An Angle whose Vertex is at the Center of a Circle.


"What is a Chord?"

A Line Segment that has its endpoints on the circle.


"What is a Secant?"

Any line that intersects a circle at two points.


"What is a Tangent?"

A Line that has only 1 Point in common with a Circle and lies outside of the Circle.


"What is an Inscribed angle?"

An Angle whos Vertex is on the Circle and whose sides are Chords.


"What is an Intercepted Arc?"

The part of the circle between the two sides of an inscribed or central angle.
