This page covers the following topics:
11) What is a geometric figure?
12) What is a plane?
13) What is a point?
14) What is a line?
15) What is a ray?
16) What is a line segment?
17) What is an angle?
18) What is a polygon?
19) What is a set?
10) What is an ordered pair?
11) What is a relation?
12) What are perpendicular lines?
13) What are parallel lines?
14) What are opposite rays?
15) What is the midpoint of a line segment?
16) What is the bisector of a line segment?
17) What is an acute angle?
18) What is a straight angle?
19) What are complementary angles?
20) What are supplementary angles?
21) What are vertical angles?
22) What are adjacent angles?
23) What are congruent angles?
24) What is an angle bisector?
25) What is a triangle?
26) What is a quadrilateral?
27) What is a parallelogram?
28) What is a rhombus?
29) What is a rectangle?
30) What is a square?
31) What is a diagonal of a polygon?
32) What is the perimeter of a polygon?
33) What is an exterior angle of a polygon?
34) What is an altitude of a triangle?
35) What is a median of a triangle?
36) What is the measure of a line segment?
37) What is the measure of an angle?
38) What is a circle?
39) If the supplement of an angle is 4 more than twice the compliment of the angle, find the measure of the angle.
44) If the measure of the vertex angle of an isosceles triangle is 56°, find the measure of a base angle.
47) If PQRS is a rectangle and PR=14 in, find QS.
48) Find the measure of an interior angle of a regular hexagon.
49) Find the sum of the measures of the exterior angles of a regular octagon.)
50) If ABC is a right triangle, a is a right angle, BC=13 in and AB=12 in, find AC.
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