Marissa Tyndall Geometry Terms A-Z E is for Endpoint: D is for Diameter: F is for Face: G is Graph: A triangle where all three internal angles

are acute (less than 90 degrees). To divide into two congruent parts. A three dimensional figure with a circular

base and a curved lateral surface that

connects the base to a point called the vertex. A segment that has endpoints on the circle and that passes through the center of the circle. A point at the end of a segment or the starting

point of a ray. A flat surface A diagram or values usually shown as lines or

bars. H is for Hypotenuse: The side opposite the right angle in a right triangle. A is for Acute Triangles: B is for Bisect: C is for Cone: I is for Irregular Polygon: A polygon that is not regular. J is for Junction: K is for Kite: A quadrilateral with exactly two pairs

of congruent consecutive sides. L is for Line: A line is a straight path that has no

thickness and extends forever. M is for Midpoint: The point divides a segment into two

congruent segments. N is for Nonagon: A nine sided polygon. O is for Octagon: An eight sided Polygon. P is for Parallel Lines: Lines in the same plane that do not intersect. Q is for Quadrilateral: A four sided polygon. R is for Rectangle: A quadrilateral with four right angles. S is for Skew Lines: Lines that are not parallel and do not intersect

in space. T is for Transversal: A line that crosses a pair of parallel

lines U is for Undefined Slope: A verticle line where all points have

same x-coordinate. V is for Verticle Angles: Congruent opposite angles formed by two

intersecting lines. W is for Wedge: X is for X-Intercept: Y is for Y-Intercept: Z is for Zero Slope:

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