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Geometry Review

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What is a six sided polygon called?

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Hexagon

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What is a polygon with all angles and sides congruent called?

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Regular polygon

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What is a quadrilateral with opposite sides parallel called?

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parallelogram

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A simple closed figure formed by three or more sides is called what?

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polygon

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What is the most common unit of measure for an angle?

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degree

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What do you call an angle whose measure is between 0° and 90°? °°

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Acute angle

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What do you call an angle whose measure is between 90° and 180°?

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Obtuse angle

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What is a straight angle?

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An angle that measures exactly 180°

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If the sum of two angles adds to 180°, then they are called what?

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Supplementary angles

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If the sum of two angles adds to 9 0°, then they are called what?

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Complementary angles

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What is the supplementary angle of an angle that measures 43 °?

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137 °

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A triangle whose sides and angles are congruent is called what?

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An equilateral triangle

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A triangle that has 2 sides congruent is called what?

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Isosceles triangle

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If a triangle’s three sides are all different lengths, then it is called what?

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Scalene triangle

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What is an eight sided polygon called?

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Octagon

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What is a five sided polygon called?

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Pentagon

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What is an edge?

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The intersection of faces of a 3- dimensional figure

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How many edges does a hexagonal pyramid have?

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12

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What are vertices?

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The point where the edges of a 3- dimensional figure intersect

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How many vertices does a square pyramid have?

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5

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What is a face?

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The flat surfaces of a three- dimensional figure

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How many faces does a pentagonal prism have?

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7

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Sketch the net of a square pyramid.

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What polygons make up the net of a cylinder?

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Two circles and one rectangle

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Why isn’t a circle a polygon?

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It does not have sides, and it has curved edges.

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