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Geometry Point Line Line segment Ray Plane Parallel lines Intersecting lines Angles
Geometry Point An exact location in space Line An endless collection of points along a straight path Line segment Part of a line that has two endpoints.A.A
Geometry Ray Part of a line that has one endpoint and extends endlessly in the other direction Plane An endless, flat surface that is named by any three points not on the same line..A.B.C
Geometry Parallel Lines Lines do not intersect but are in the same plane Intersecting Lines Lines meet at one point Perpendicular Lines Lines form a right angle
Angles An angle is formed when two rays have the same endpoint. This endpoint is called the vertex. The two rays that form the angle are called sides.
Angles There are four types of angles Right angle Straight angle Acute angle Obtuse angle
Right Angles Forms a square corner Forms a 90 degree angle. Use a corner of your index card to make sure you a have a right angle 90 degrees
Straight Angle Forms a straight line Angle is 180 degrees Use the edge of your index card to make sure you have a straight angle. 180 degrees
Acute Angles Forms an angle that is less than a right angle Angle is less than 90 degrees
Obtuse Angles Form an angle that is more than a right angle Angle is more than 90 degrees
Review Name each picture Ray Parallel lines Line
Review Name each picture Acute angle Line segment Point
Review Name each picture Intersecting lines Perpendicular and Intersecting lines Plane
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Instructions To use this template: –for each slide write the correct answer on the orange bar first –choose which option (A,B,C or D) and make sure you.
1.2 Building Blocks of Geometry. Basic Geometric Figures Undefined terms: Line Point Plane.
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1.3 Segments, Rays, Lines and Planes Parts of Lines Segment The part of a line consisting of two endpoints and all the points in between.
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