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BC: The End....Not really theres a lot more to life in life about math.....!!

FC: "A" Cute, Scrapbook... | By: Sabrina Rahman Period 5 Mrs.Guddemi

1: Table of Contents.... | Midpoint....................................................................................p 2 Plane.........................................................................................p3 Arc of Circle................................................................................p 4-5 Inductive Reasoning...................................................................p6 Deductive Reasoning.....................................................................p7 Disjunctions and Conjunctions............................................p8-9 Inverse, Converse, and Contrapositive......................p10-12 Triangle Congruence......................................................................p13-15 Angle Relationships..................................................................p16-17 Defining Angles....................................................................p18-21

2: Midpoints | is the point on a line segment that is the distance from both end point (half way between two locations).

3: A flat surface that extends forever... | Two planes intersecting | Planes | a flat surface that extends forever.

4: are the part of the circle between two points on the circle. | Arcs of Circle

5: a) Major arc- an arc that is more than 180 degrees. | b) Minor arc- an arc that is less than 180 degrees | c) Semicircle- an arc that is equal to 180 degrees. | Details:

6: Plane | Inductive Reasoning | is a type of reasoning that allows us to make conclusions based on patterns and specific examples or past events.

7: Deductive Reasoning | is the process of showing that certain statements follow logically from agreed upon assumptions and facts. | because of the markings we know that the other side is also 8cm.

8: Conjunctions | a compound statement formed by joining two or more simple statements with the word AND.

9: Disjunctions | a compound statement formed by joining two or more simple statements with the word OR.

10: Inverse | a conditional statement that is formed by negating the hypothesis and the conclusion. | conditional statement: if Jerry will run, then Tom will chase jerry.

11: Converse | a conditional statement that is formed by switching he hypothesis and the conclusion. | Inverse: if Jerry will NOT run then Tom will NOT chase Jerry. | Converse: if Tom will chase Jerry then Jerry will run.

12: Contrapositive | if Tom will Not chase Jerry then Jerry will Not run. | Tom and Jerry friends...!!

13: Triangle Congruence: | Side Side Side (SSS)- all three sides in a triangle are congruent to all three sides in the other triangle. | Side Angle Side (SAS)- two sides are congruent and the Included angle..

14: Angle Side Angle (ASA)- | two angles and the Included side are congruent in two triangles.

15: Angle Angle Side (AAS)- | two angles and one side that is Not included are congruent in two triangles.

16: 1) Transversal Angles- is a line that crosses at least two other lines to form angles. | Angle | Relationships

17: 3)Linear Pair- a pair of adjacent angles that form straight lines. | 2)Corresponding Angles- When two lines are crossed by another line, the angles in matching corners are called corresponding angles.

18: 4)Alternate Interior- when two lines are crossed by another line,the pairs of angles on opposite sides of the transversal but inside the two lines are called alternate interior angles. | 5)Alternate Exterior- one of a pair of the angles inside the two intersected lines are called the alternate interior angle.

19: Defining Angles | 1)Congruent Angle- angles that have the same measure. | 2)Acute Angle- an angle whose measure is greater than zero degrees and less than 90 degrees.

20: 4)Obtuse Angle- is an angle whose measure is greater than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees. | 3)Right Angle- an angle whose measure is 90 degrees.

21: 5)Complementary Angles- two angles whose sum is 90 degrees. | 6)Supplementary Angles- two angles whose sum is 180 degrees.

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