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FC: Geometry EXAM | BY : Alex Booth

1: TABLE OF CONTENTS Pg 2-3 -Geometry basics Pg 4-5 -Angles and their measures Pg 6-7- Angle and segment bisectors Pg 8-9- complementary supplementary and vertical angles Pg 10-11-Parallel lines and angles formed by transversal Pg 12-13 - perpendicular lines Pg 14-15- triangles Pg 16-17- Pythagorean theorem and distance formula Pg 18-19-congruent triangles Pg 20-21-polygons

2: Geometry basics | Vocab terms 1.1-1.5 coordinate intersect plane | 1.2 conjecture- an unproven statement that is based on a pattern or observation | 1.3 Plane- has two dimensions it is represented by a shape that looks like a floor or wall

3: 1.4 intersect- two or more figures is the point or points that the figure have in common | 1.5 coordinate- The real number that corresponds to a point | real world example of an intersection

4: Angles And their measurements | Definitions Angles Measurements | Angle- Consist of two rays that have the same end point

5: measurement- the size length or amount of something | real world example- of angles

6: angles and segment bisectors | definitions- angle bisectors segment bisectors | segment Bisectors- A segment,ray,line,or plane that intersects a segment at It's midpoint | Angle- Consist of two rays that have the same end point

7: real world examples of Segment bisectors

8: Complementary supplementary and vertical Angles | Definitions Complementary Supplementary Vertical angles | Complementary angles- when two angles sums are 90 degrees

9: Supplementary angles- if the sum of two angles is 180 degrees | Vertical Angles- the two angles are not adjacent and their sides are formed by two intersecting lines | supplementary real life examples Vertical angles

10: Parallel lines and angles by transversal | definitions Parallel lines Angles by transversal | Parallel lines- lines that run side by side and never cross or touch each other

11: Transversal- two lines that intersects two or more coplanar lines at different points

12: Perpendicular lines | definitions- perpendicular lines | perpendicular lines- two lines that intersect to form a right angle

13: real world example

14: Triangles and their measures | Definitions- Triangles Angle measures | Triangles- A figure that is formed by three segments joining non-collinear points

15: Angle measures- the size of an angle written in units called Degrees | real world example

16: Pythagorean theorem and distance formula | definitions- Pythagorean theorem distance formula | Pythagorean theorem- A^2+B^2 = C^2 | real world example

17: Distance Formula Ab=* (x2-x1)^2(y2-y1)^2 | distance formula

18: congruent triangles | definitions- congruent triangles | congruent triangles SAS SSS ASA SSA HL

19: SAS | SSS | ASA | SSA | HL

20: polygons | definitions- Parallelogram rectangle rhombus square | parallelogram- a quadrilateral with both pairs of opposite sides parallel | rhombus- a parallelogram with four congruent sides

21: rectangle- a parallelogram with four right angles | square- a parallelogram with four congruent sides and four right angles

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