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```Geometry
Review for Final
1st Semester
2016-2017
(Part 2)
Key Vocabulary and Concepts
Line
Segment
Congruent
Midpoint
Angle Bisector
Parallel lines
Perpendicular bisector
Skew lines
Right angle
Reflexive
Hypothesis
Complementary
Supplementary
Conditional
Biconditional
Converse
Vertical angles
Law of Syllogism
Law of Detachment
Transversal
Acute triangle
Obtuse triangle
Right triangle
Corresponding angles
Alternate interior angles
Consecutive interior angles
Exterior angle of a polygon
Remote interior angles
Alternate exterior angles
Regular polygon
Vertex angle
Isosceles triangle
Hypotenuse
SSS Postulate
SAS Postulate
ASA Postulate
AAS Theorem
HL Theorem
CPCTC
Congruent angles
Slope
Formulas
æx +x y +y ö
1. Midpoint Formula: ç 1 2 , 1 2 ÷
è 2
2 ø
2. Distance Formula: d =
3. Slope: m =
(x2 - x1 )2 + (y2 - y1 )2
y2 - y1
x2 - x1
4. Point-slope equation: y - y1 = m(x - x1 )
5. Slope-intercept equation: y = mx + b
Median
Altitude
Circumcenter
Circumscribe
Incenter
Inscribe
Centroid
Orthocenter
Concurrent
Midsegment
Inverse
Contrapositive
Negation
Ray
Linear pair
Equilateral
Equiangular
Scalene
Rigid motion
6. Standard form of a linear equation: Ax + By = C
Postulates and Theorems
On page PT2 there is a list of Postulates you need to know (1-21), and on page PT3
you will find Theorems and Properties you need to know (From Properties of
Segment Congruence to Congruency of Altitudes of a Triangle). Please review them.
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