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Transcript
Your
st
1
Geometry Test
A step by step review of each
question
Name the four undefined terms.
POINT
LINE
PLANE
SET
The set of points all of which lie on a
line.
A
L
I
N
E
S
E
G
M
E
N
T
A polygon that has exactly three sides.
A TRIANGLE
Any line, line segment, or ray that
intersects a line segment at its midpoint.
A BISECTOR
Two rays on the same line that
share a common endpoint and have
no other points in common.
Opposite Rays
• A triangle that has two congruent sides.
ISOSCELES
• Angles that have the same measure.
CONGRUENT
• A triangle that has no congruent sides.
SCALENE
• Two lines that intersect to form right angles.
PERPENDICULAR
• A set of three or more points all of which lie
on the same straight line.
COLLINEAR
Explain why a line segment can have
only one midpoint but can have many
different bisectors.
A midpoint is the point in the exact middle of a
line segment, so there can be only one point
at that position. A bisector is a line that goes
through that point and could go through at
many different angles.