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FC: Geometry project “Book o terms” By: Mathew butler Per: 6 9/5/11 Mr. Riehle P-9

2: page 1= two congurent lines page 2= paralle lines page 3= perpendicular lines page 4= intersecting lines page 5= acute angles page 6= obtuse angles page 7= suplementary angles page 8=vertical angles page 9= coplanar objects page 10= collinear objects page 11= adjacent objects page 12= rays page 13= conditional statement page 14= reflection | table of contents small key 1= defination 2= question awnser

3: 1 Equal in size and shape 2 they would look diffrently | two congruent objects

4: 1 Two lines on a plane that never meet 2 one of the ends would be facing torward each other in a way that eventualy they would colide | parallel lines

5: perpendicular lines | 1 A line meeting another at a right angle, or 90 2 a consiquence may be that a sniper could not get an accuret shot off using is perpendicular scope

6: intersecting lines | 1 an intersection is a single point where two lines meet or cross each other. 2 it is inportant because it provdes strength

7: 1 The measure of an angle with a measure between 0 and 90 or with less than 90 radians. 2 acute angles are inportant because bridges are built with triangles and in order to have a triangle you need a acute angle. | acute angles

8: 1 n angle which is larger than a right angle. It is larger than 90 but smaller than 180 | obtuse angles | 2 if their was no obtuce angles then the commonhouse roof would not look the same

9: supplementary angles | 1 Two angles that add up to 180 2 it would not add up to 180

10: vertical angles | 1 pair of non-adjacent angles formed by the intersection of two straight lines 2 so he can connect the rods to add streangth

11: 1 lying in the same plane 2 they would not lay on the same surface | coplanner objects

12: collinear objectss | 1 Lines go from one point to another points or they can go on infinitely. Lines that are collinear means that they are imposed over each other. 2 a problem may be that cars could not go streight

13: 1 Adjacent angles refers to a pair of angles tht share a common vertex (point where angles meet) and side yet don't overlap. 2 it is inportant because it providesstreangth to the wheel | adjacent angles

14: ray | 1 A portion of a line which starts at a point and goes off in a particular direction to infinity. 2 no it is not a true ray because it stoped at the camera and diid not go further

15: conditional statement | 1 A logical statement of the form if this then that meaning that if this happens then that will happen. 2 if it is 1:30 then it is time to go

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