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**Scale Factor**

a) Angles that have the same relative positions in geometric figures

b) The ratio of corresponding lengths of the sides of two similar figures

c) Two or more lines located on the same plane.

d) Tool for measuring angles.

**Supplementary Angles**

a) Two angles whose sum is 180°.

b) The radius of a circle is a line segment formed by connecting a point on the circle to the center point of the circle

c) A drawing that represents an object or idea without the use of tools. A freehand drawing

d) A polygon with sides not equal and/or angles not equal.

**Right Angle**

a) An angle measuring 90°

b) Two nonadjacent angles formed by intersecting lines or segments; Also called opposite angles

c) The common point of an angle where the two rays meet.

d) An angle measuring 90° and 180°.

**Pi**

a) Having the same size, shape and measure

b) The relationship of the circle’s circumference (c) to its diameter (d);

c) The distance around a circle

d) The radius of a circle is a line segment formed by connecting a point on the circle to the center point of the circle

**Perpendicular Lines**

a) Two lines, two line segments, or two rays that intersect at 90°. Symbol: ⊥

b) A straight, continuous, infinite, arrangement of points.

c) Two lines in the same plane that do not intersect

d) Having the same size, shape and measure

**Obtuse Angle**

a) An angle measuring 0° and 90°

b) Two lines in the same plane that do not intersect

c) An angle measuring 90° and 180°.

d) Two lines, two line segments, or two rays that intersect at 90°.

**Parallel Lines**

a) Two lines, two line segments, or two rays that intersect at 90°.

b) An angle measuring 90° and 180°.

c) Angles that have the same relative positions in geometric figures

d) Two lines in the same plane that do not intersect

**Ray**

a) A portion of a line beginning at one point and extending infinitely in one direction.

b) A portion of a line containing two endpoints and an infinite number of points between those two points.

c) A straight, continuous, infinite, arrangement of points.

d) Two lines in the same plane that do not intersect

**Vertical Angles**

a) An angle measuring 0° and 90°

b) Two nonadjacent angles formed by intersecting lines or segments; Also called opposite angles

c) The sum of the interior angles of a triangle are 180°.

d) The common point of an angle where the two rays meet.

**Irregular Polygon**

a) A polygon with all sides equal (equilateral) and all angles equal (equiangular)

b) A portion of a line beginning at one point and extending infinitely in one direction.

c) A polygon with sides not equal and/or angles not equal.

d) The radius of a circle is a line segment formed by connecting a point on the circle to the center point of the circle

**Hypotenuse**

a) An angle measuring 90° and 180°.

b) A straight, continuous, infinite, arrangement of points.

c) An angle measuring 0° and 90°

d) The longest side of a triangle.

**Regular Polygon**

a) A straight, continuous, infinite, arrangement of points.

b) A polygon with sides not equal and/or angles not equal.

c) A polygon with all sides equal (equilateral) and all angles equal (equiangular)

d) An angle measuring 0° and 90°

**Diameter of a Circle**

a) Angles in the same plane that have a common vertex and a common side, but no common interior points

b) The diameter of a circle is a line segment formed by connecting two points on the circle such that the line segment passes

c) The distance around a circle

d) The radius of a circle is a line segment formed by connecting a point on the circle to the center point of the circle

**Cross Section**

a) An angle measuring 0° and 90°

b) A plane figure obtained by slicing a solid with a plane.

c) The longest side of a triangle.

d) Angles in the same plane that have a common vertex and a common side, but no common interior points

**Corresponding Angles**

a) Drawings that represent real objects or places

b) The common point of an angle where the two rays meet.

c) Angles in the same plane that have a common vertex and a common side, but no common interior points

d) Angles that have the same relative positions in geometric figures

**Congruent**

a) An angle measuring 90°

b) Having the same size, shape and measure Symbol: ≅

c) An angle measuring 0° and 90°

d) Tool for constructing lines

**Circumference**

a) The radius of a circle is a line segment formed by connecting a point on the circle to the center point of the circle

b) Tool for constructing lines

c) The distance around a circle

d) An angle measuring 0° and 90°

**Acute Angle**

a) An angle measuring 0° and 90°

b) The sum of the interior angles of a triangle are 180°.

c) Two angles whose sum is 180°.

d) An angle measuring 90°

**Adjacent Angles**

a) Angles in the same plane that have a common vertex and a common side, but no common interior points

b) The radius of a circle is a line segment formed by connecting a point on the circle to the center point of the circle

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d) An angle measuring 90°

**Vertex**

a) A location described in space.

b) The common point of an angle where the two rays meet.

c) A continuous flat surface.

d) A drawing that represents an object or idea without the use of tools. A freehand drawing.

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