# Vocabulary Review Unit 3 AND 4: Question Preview (ID: 28777)

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LEG
a) The one of the two sides of a right triangle that form the right angle
b) The side opposite the right angle
c)
d)

PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM
a) Can be used to find the length of sides in any triangle
b) in a right triangle, the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of the legs
c)
d)

TRANSVERSAL
a) A line parallel to another line
b) A line that intersects two or more lines
c)
d)

HYPOTENUSE
a) The side opposite the right angle in a right triangle
b) The shortest side of a right triangle
c)
d)

EXTERIOR ANGLE
a) An angle formed by extending the side of a triangle
b) An angle that is not connected to another angle
c)
d)

REMOTE INTERIOR ANGLES
a) 2 angles of a triangle that are not adjacent to a given exterior angle
b) 2 angles of a triangle that are adjacent to a given exterior angle
c)
d)

PARALLEL LINES
a) Lines that never intersect no matter how far they extend
b) Lines that intersect
c)
d)

CORRESPONDING ANGLES
a) Angles that are in the same position on two parallel lines in relation to the transversal. They are congruent
b) Angles that are in the opposite position on two parallel lines in relation to the transversal. They are congruent
c)
d)

ALTERNATE INTERIOR ANGLES
a) Interior angles that lie on the same side of the tranversal. They are congruent
b) Interior angles that lie on opposite sides of the transversal. They are congruent
c)
d)

CONVERSE OF PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM
a) Can be used to determine whether a set of lengths will form a right triangle
b) Can be used to find the lengths of the sides of a triangle
c)
d)

VERTICAL ANGLES
a) Angles on the same side of the intersection of two lines. They are congruent
b) Opposite angles formed by the intersection of two lines. They are congruent
c)
d)

SUPPLEMENTARY ANGLES
a) Two angles whose sum of their angle measures is 180 degrees
b) three or more angles whose sum of their angle measures is 180 degrees
c)
d)

TRIANGLE
a) The sum of the angle measures is sometimes 180 degrees
b) The sum of the angle measures is always 180 degrees
c)
d)