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1 Vocabulary For Glencoe McGraw-Hill Ms. Wigfall BATA
2 Vocabulary Lesson 5-3 Indirect reasoning Indirect proof Proof by contradiction
3 Vocabulary Lesson 6-1 diagonal
4 Vocabulary Lesson 6-4 Rectangle
5 Vocabulary Lesson 6-5 Rhombus Square
6 Vocabulary Lesson 6-6 Trapezoid Isosceles trapezoid Median
7 Vocabulary Lesson 7-1 Ratio Proportion Cross products Extremes means
8 Vocabulary Lesson 7-2 Similar polygons Scale factor
9 Vocabulary Lesson 7-4 mid-segment
10 Vocabulary Lesson 8-1 Geometric mean
11 Vocabulary Lesson 8-2 Pythagorean triple
12 Vocabulary Lesson 8-4 Trigonometry Trigonometric ratio Sine Cosine Tangent
13 Vocabulary Lesson 8-5 Angle of elevation Angle of depression
14 Vocabulary Lesson 8-6 Law of Sines Solving a triangle
15 Vocabulary Lesson 8-7 Law of cosines
16 Vocabulary Lesson 9-1 \ Reflection Line of reflection Isometry Line of symmetry Point of symmetry
17 Vocabulary Lesson 9-2 Translation Composition
18 Vocabulary Lesson 9-3 Rotation Center of rotation Angle of rotation Rotational symmetry Invariant points Direct isometry Indirect isometry
19 Vocabulary Lesson Tessellation Regular tessellation Uniform Semi-regular tessellation
20 Vocabulary Lesson 9-5 Dilation Similarity transformation
21 Vocabulary Lesson 9-6 Vector Magnitude Direction Standard position Component form Equal vectors Parallel vectors Resultant Scalar Scalar multiplication
22 Vocabulary Lesson 10-1 Circle Center Chord Radius Diameter Circumference Pi(3.14)
23 Vocabulary Lesson 10-2 Central angle Arc Minor arc Major arc Semicircle
24 Vocabulary Lesson 10-3 Inscribed Circumscribed
25 Vocabulary Lesson 10-4 Intercepted
26 Vocabulary Lesson 10-5 Tangent Point of tangency
27 Vocabulary Lesson 10-6 Secant
28 Vocabulary Lesson 11-1 Height of a parallelogram
29 Vocabulary Lesson 11-3 Apothem
30 Vocabulary Lesson 11-4 Composite figure
31 Vocabulary Lesson 11-5 Geometric probability Sector Segment
32 Vocabulary Lesson 12-1 Corner view Perspective view Cross section Reflection symmetry
33 Vocabulary Lesson 12-2 Lateral faces Lateral edges Right prism Lateral area
34 Vocabulary Lesson 12-3 Axis Right cylinder
35 Vocabulary Lesson 12-4 Regular pyramid Slant height
36 Vocabulary Lesson 12-5 Circular cone Right cone Oblique cone
37 Vocabulary Lesson 12-6 Great circle Hemisphere
38 Vocabulary Lesson 13-4 Similar solids Congruent solids
39 Vocabulary Lesson 13-5 Ordered triple
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