# geometry Crossword Puzzles

### math crossword 2021-01-05

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- Geometry line
- Euclid's treatise on geometry
- Fundamental figure in geometry
- Analytic geometry giant
- Curves, in geometry
- TRIANGLE Form of geometry
- Angle symbols, in geometry
- Geometry subject
- A in geometry
- OF PI Geometry student's tantrum?
- 3-D geometry

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- PAIRS Cartesian-geometry lecture topic: PARIS
- Curtailed cone, in geometry
- Corners, in geometry
- OF A O A "d" in geometry
- Figures in geometry
- Geometry or trig
- Did geometry homework, perhaps
- ANGLE 1955 hit about planetary geometry?
- Fixed points, in geometry

**20 Clues:** 3-D geometry • Geometry line • A in geometry • Geometry or trig • Geometry subject • Curves, in geometry • Figures in geometry • Corners, in geometry • Analytic geometry giant • OF A O A "d" in geometry • TRIANGLE Form of geometry • Fixed points, in geometry • Angle symbols, in geometry • Curtailed cone, in geometry • Euclid's treatise on geometry • Fundamental figure in geometry • ...

### Geometry Dash Lite v1.0 2022-01-21

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- first harder level in geometry dash lite
- first normal level in geometry dash lite
- second easy level in geometry dash lite
- first insane level in geometry dash lite
- second insane level in geometry dash lite
- second harder level in geometry dash lite
- second hard level in geometry dash lite
- first level of geometry dash lite

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- first hard level in geometry dash lite
- second hardest level in geometry dash lite
- hardest level in geometry dash lite
- last harder level in geometry dash lite
- second normal level in geometry dash lite

**13 Clues:** first level of geometry dash lite • hardest level in geometry dash lite • first hard level in geometry dash lite • second easy level in geometry dash lite • last harder level in geometry dash lite • second hard level in geometry dash lite • first harder level in geometry dash lite • first normal level in geometry dash lite • first insane level in geometry dash lite • ...

### Unit 3 2018-10-17

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- C7I6
- The molecular geometry having 2 shared pairs and zero lone pairs of electrons.
- C8H10
- Multiple covalent bonds.
- C4O9
- HBr
- P2F3
- The number of lone pairs of electrons in tetrahedral molecular geometry.
- SO2

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- HCN
- HCl
- C5Cl3
- NBr
- Se7I
- H2SO4
- Molecular geometry having four shared pairs and zero lone pairs.
- HI
- N2O6
- The molecular geometry having 2 shared and 2 lone pairs of electrons.
- XeF4
- Single covalent bonds.

**21 Clues:** HI • HCN • HCl • NBr • HBr • SO2 • Se7I • C7I6 • N2O6 • C4O9 • XeF4 • P2F3 • C5Cl3 • H2SO4 • C8H10 • Single covalent bonds. • Multiple covalent bonds. • Molecular geometry having four shared pairs and zero lone pairs. • The molecular geometry having 2 shared and 2 lone pairs of electrons. • The number of lone pairs of electrons in tetrahedral molecular geometry. • ...

### Non-Euclidean Geometry Crossword 2024-05-28

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- Type of Geometry done on a convex surface
- In Hyperbolic Geometry, parallel lines are not ____________ throughout
- Shape that forms on a sphere when all angles are 90 degrees
- Discoverer of Spherical Geometry
- Discoverer of Hyperbolic Geometry
- Lobachevsky was trying to prove Euclid's _________ postulate with his other postulates
- In Hyperbolic Geometry, angles of a triangle sum up to ____ than 180 degrees

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- Type of Geometry done on a concave surface
- In Spherical Geometry, angles of a triangle sum up to ____ than 180 degrees
- In Spherical Geometry, all (boundless) straight lines are of ______________
- Riemann was trying to define n-___________ space
- Shape that forms on a hyperbolic plane when all angles are 90 degrees
- In both types of non-Euclidean geometry, Euclid's _____postulate is rejected
- In Spherical Geometry, parallel lines always _______
- In Hyperbolic Geometry, ________ parallel lines exist for a given line

**15 Clues:** Discoverer of Spherical Geometry • Discoverer of Hyperbolic Geometry • Type of Geometry done on a convex surface • Type of Geometry done on a concave surface • Riemann was trying to define n-___________ space • In Spherical Geometry, parallel lines always _______ • Shape that forms on a sphere when all angles are 90 degrees • ...

### Geometry Crossword Puzzle 2024-02-13

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- geometry, A geometry of three dimensional space
- geometry, Also known as coordinate geometry or Cartesian geometry
- angle, An angle which is measured less than 90 degrees
- It is sometimes called rubber sheet geometry
- a long narrow mark or band
- A concept first introduced by the mathematician Felix Hausdorff in 1918
- angle, An angle that is equal to 180 degrees
- geometry, Deals with flat shapes wich can be drawn on a piece of paper
- angle, An angle which is measured than 90 degrees ang less than 180 degrees
- Is a point where two or more curves, lines or edges

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- angles, When the sum of two angles is equal to 90 degrees they are called ____
- Is the science and study of quality structure, space and change
- angle, A ____ is an angle of exactly 90 degrees or /2 radians corresponding to a quarter turn
- a three sided polygon that consist of three edges and three vertices
- A plane figure with four equal straight sides and four right angles
- the branch of mathematics concerned with specific functions of angles and their application
- geometry, A system that uses one or more numbers or coordinates to uniquely determine the position of the points or other geometric elements on a manifold such as Euclidean space
- segment, A part of a straight line that is bounded by two distinct end points
- A round plane fugure whose boundary
- A branch of mathematics concerned with properties of space such as the distance, shape, size and relative position of figures

**20 Clues:** a long narrow mark or band • A round plane fugure whose boundary • It is sometimes called rubber sheet geometry • angle, An angle that is equal to 180 degrees • geometry, A geometry of three dimensional space • Is a point where two or more curves, lines or edges • angle, An angle which is measured less than 90 degrees • ...

### Geometry Cross Word Puzzle 2024-02-13

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- geometry, Deals with flat shapes wich can be drawn on a piece of paper
- geometry, Also known as coordinate geometry or Cartesian geometry
- A plane figure with four equal straight sides and four right angles
- geometry, A system that uses one or more numbers or coordinates to uniquely determine the position of the points or other geometric elements on a manifold such as Euclidean space
- Is the science and study of quality structure, space and change
- angle, An angle which is measured less than 90 degrees
- segment, A part of a straight line that is bounded by two distinct end points
- Is a point where two or more curves, lines or edges
- It is sometimes called rubber sheet geometry

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- angles, When the sum of two angles is equal to 90 degrees they are called ____
- a long narrow mark or band
- angle, An angle which is measured than 90 degrees ang less than 180 degrees
- A concept first introduced by the mathematician Felix Hausdorff in 1918
- A branch of mathematics concerned with properties of space such as the distance, shape, size and relative position of figures
- a three sided polygon that consist of three edges and three vertices
- angle, A ____ is an angle of exactly 90 degrees or /2 radians corresponding to a quarter turn
- the branch of mathematics concerned with specific functions of angles and their application
- angle, An angle that is equal to 180 degrees
- A round plane fugure whose boundary
- geometry, A geometry of three dimensional space

**20 Clues:** a long narrow mark or band • A round plane fugure whose boundary • angle, An angle that is equal to 180 degrees • It is sometimes called rubber sheet geometry • geometry, A geometry of three dimensional space • Is a point where two or more curves, lines or edges • angle, An angle which is measured less than 90 degrees • ...

### Euclid 2022-05-04

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- The Elements
- Treatise on geometry
- Describe figures of the same size, shape, and structure
- Invented the lever
- See 5: Series of _ books
- city of scientific and literary scholarship
- a²+b²=c²
- Famous president to study from The Elements
- time period where Euclid thrived
- Not Euclid's geometry
- Profession

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- Legacy, name
- Exposition on the geometry of vision
- A name for Euclid, profession
- Describe figures of identical shape but different measurements
- Egyptian king of Euclid's time
- Most celebrated mathematician
- Geometry in books 1-8
- Laid foundations of ______ mathematics
- Establishment founded by Euclid

**20 Clues:** a²+b²=c² • Profession • Legacy, name • The Elements • Invented the lever • Treatise on geometry • Geometry in books 1-8 • Not Euclid's geometry • See 5: Series of _ books • A name for Euclid, profession • Most celebrated mathematician • Egyptian king of Euclid's time • Establishment founded by Euclid • time period where Euclid thrived • Exposition on the geometry of vision • ...

### School Fun 2017-02-16

**20 Clues:** Bus • Gym • Math • Lunch • Foods • Earth • Sports • Cooking • English • Science • Walmart • Biology • Algebra • History • Geometry • Calculus • Chemistry • Economics • Computers • Literature

### School Fun 2023-08-20

**20 Clues:** Bus • Gym • Math • Lunch • Foods • Earth • Sports • Cooking • English • Science • Walmart • Biology • Algebra • History • Geometry • Calculus • Chemistry • Economics • Computers • Literature

### Math 2021-09-01

**21 Clues:** add • math • angle • value • equal • divide • degree • decimal • numbers • algebra • formula • multiply • fraction • calculus • parallel • triangle • quantity • geometry • estimate • subtract • trigonometry

### triangle congruence 2021-07-20

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- has 3 angles and lines
- the space between 2 intersecting lines
- this type of triangle has a right angle
- the longest side of a right triangle
- a human has 2 of these
- abbreviated by ASA in geometry
- abbreviated by SAS in geometry
- another way of saying excluded
- contained as part of a whole
- abbreviated by AAS in geometry

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- abbreviated by SSS in geometry
- Objects that have the same shape and size are said to be congruent
- a theorem in geometry abbreviated by HL
- identical in form
- all shapes have these
- have a close similarity

**16 Clues:** identical in form • all shapes have these • has 3 angles and lines • a human has 2 of these • have a close similarity • contained as part of a whole • abbreviated by SSS in geometry • abbreviated by ASA in geometry • abbreviated by SAS in geometry • another way of saying excluded • abbreviated by AAS in geometry • the longest side of a right triangle • ...

### GEOMETRY CROSSWORD PUZZLE 2020-12-10

**20 Clues:** hl • asa • sss • sas • axioms • incenter • geometry • centroid • abscissa • postulate • inversion • orthocenter • circumcenter • obtusetriangle • transformation • orthogonalcircles • isoscelestriangle • pythagoreantheorem • equilateraltriangle • non-euclideangeometry

### home work 2017-08-22

**19 Clues:** Geode • thermal • Thermos • Ecologe • Geology • Geometry • Perimeter • Periscope • Barometer • Etymology • Mythology • Kilometer • Telescope • Geothermal • Thermostat • Millimeter • Microscope • stethoscope • Thermometer

### Mathematical terms 2023-06-30

**18 Clues:** cone • degree • number • circle • factor • algebra • decimal • exponent • capacity • fraction • binomial • triangle • geometry • Quadratic • algorithm • polynomial • probability • trigonometry

### hard 2023-01-14

**24 Clues:** math • chemist • banking • science • algebra • physics • mechanic • business • calculus • graphing • topology • geometry • Economist • tailoring • carpenter • marketing • astronomer • accountant • schematics • electronics • mathematics • probability • trigonometry • architecture

### chem 2023-05-16

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- bond geometry for an atom with a steric number of two
- bond geometry for an atom with a steric number of three and zero lone pairs
- how are bonds represented in a lewis diagram
- like trigonal planer but more of a GREAT WONDER
- a geometry bond shape but also a fun playground toy
- how are electrons represented in a lewis diagram
- molecular geometry with steric number of six no lone pairs
- bond geometry for an atom with a steric number of four and no lone pairs
- when atoms bond in both the s and p orbital

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- a metal attracting electrons
- assigned to an atom in a molecule, assuming that electrons in all chemical bonds are shared equally
- bond fake bond where hydrogen attracts an electronegative atom
- name for the delocalization of electrons in molecules
- metal atom loses electron to non-metal atom
- valence shell electron pair repulsion
- molecular geometry but also a letter shape
- a non-metal making a bond with another non-metal
- just like the last one with an extra triangle on the bottom

**18 Clues:** a metal attracting electrons • valence shell electron pair repulsion • molecular geometry but also a letter shape • metal atom loses electron to non-metal atom • when atoms bond in both the s and p orbital • how are bonds represented in a lewis diagram • like trigonal planer but more of a GREAT WONDER • how are electrons represented in a lewis diagram • ...

### hello 2022-04-28

**20 Clues:** facts • whole • limbic • hermann • duality • algebra • cerebral • creative • geometry • academic • gondringer • impersonal • preference • whole-brain • sequentially • corpus-callosum • bpi-instruments • field-dependent • right-hemisphere • field-independent

### Math vocab 2023-02-15

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- Triangle:A scalene triangle can be defined as a triangle whose all three sides have different lengths, and all three angles are of different measures.
- an angle is the figure formed by two rays, called the sides of the angle, sharing a common endpoint, called the vertex of the angle.
- in mathematics is a concept originating in geometry.
- quadrilateral with at least one pair of parallel sides is called a trapezoid in American and Canadian English.
- :n
- line In geometry, parallel lines are coplanar infinite straight lines that do not intersect at any point.
- A circle is a shape consisting of all points in a plane that are at a given distance from a given point,
- Euclidean geometry, a translation is a geometric transformation that moves every point of a figure, shape or space by the same distance in a given direction.
- mathematics, the image of a function is the set of all output values it may produce. \
- Infinitely long line

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- In geometry a quadrilateral is a four-sided polygon, having four edges and four corners.
- Euclidean plane geometry, a rectangle is a quadrilateral with four right angles.
- preimage (plural preimages) (mathematics) For a given function, the set of all elements of the domain that are mapped into a given subset of the codomain
- Triangle In geometry, an isosceles triangle is a triangle that has two sides of equal length.
- plane Euclidean geometry, a rhombus is a quadrilateral whose four sides all have the same length.
- symmetrys the property a shape has when it looks the same after some rotation by a partial turn.
- When viewed as a vector, a ray is a vector from a point to a point
- In Euclidean geometry, a square is a regular quadrilateral, which means that it has four equal sides and four equal angle
- A primitive notation that shows an exact point in space
- Euclidean geometry, a kite is a quadrilateral with reflection symmetry across a diagonal.
- of rotation: In mathematics, the angle of rotation is a measurement of the amount, of namely angle, that a figure is rotated about a fixed point,
- geometry, a vertex is a point where two or more curves, lines, or edges meet
- line: n elementary geometry, two geometric objects are perpendicular if they intersect at a right angle.
- In mathematics, a reflection is a mapping from a Euclidean space to itself that is an isometry with a hyperplane as a set of fixed points; this set is called the axis or plane of reflection.
- mathematics, a rigid transformation is a geometric transformation of a Euclidean space that preserves the Euclidean distance between every pair of points.
- triangle: A scalene triangle can be defined as a triangle whose all three sides have different lengths, and all three angles are of different measures.
- In geometry, two figures or objects are congruent if they have the same shape and size,

**27 Clues:** :n • Infinitely long line • in mathematics is a concept originating in geometry. • A primitive notation that shows an exact point in space • When viewed as a vector, a ray is a vector from a point to a point • geometry, a vertex is a point where two or more curves, lines, or edges meet • ...

### Hellenistic Era 2015-12-16

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- First to establish the principles of geometry
- First to write a medical code of good behavior
- Created a system to explain how planets and stars move
- Another one of the important philosopher
- Love of physical nature
- Zeno developed this
- a geometry of ball like shapes,spheres, and cylinders

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- Where the word "stoa" came from
- A geometry that shows points, lines, and surfaces
- Poet who wrote short poems about nature
- Person who studies stars, planets, and heavenly bodies
- Archimedes invented this
- Figured the earth is round
- One of the importanat philosophers
- Epcureanism's goal of life
- Tells the legend of Jason and his band of heroes
- Expanded knowledge of mathematics and astronomy
- Established the science of physics
- Wrote a book that organized info about geometry
- Best known playwright

**20 Clues:** Zeno developed this • Best known playwright • Love of physical nature • Archimedes invented this • Figured the earth is round • Epcureanism's goal of life • Where the word "stoa" came from • One of the importanat philosophers • Established the science of physics • Poet who wrote short poems about nature • Another one of the important philosopher • ...

### Geometry 2017-03-01

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- maximum number of angles can be created using 3 straights
- father of geometry
- the BEST
- Divides the opposite straight equally on 2 half
- "place" in stereometry
- Divides the angle equally on 2
- main figure in geometry (1)
- main figure in geometry (2)

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- figure that gives you maximum area using certain perimetre
- 2πR^2
- figure which the sum of all angles gives 720
- a spear in geometry
- Divides the circle equally on 2
- figure that has many angles
- circumference/diameter

**15 Clues:** 2πR^2 • the BEST • father of geometry • a spear in geometry • "place" in stereometry • circumference/diameter • figure that has many angles • main figure in geometry (1) • main figure in geometry (2) • Divides the angle equally on 2 • Divides the circle equally on 2 • figure which the sum of all angles gives 720 • Divides the opposite straight equally on 2 half • ...

### Angelo's Highly Personal Crossword ( ꈍᴗꈍ) 2023-02-14

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- My favorite producer from HARDCORE TANO*C.
- My favorite map in RoBeats.
- I like to hear men ____.
- A gacha game I regularly play.
- Roblox rhythm game that I got addicted to.
- A skin that I wabt to get in MLBB.
- My hardest demon completion in Geometry Dash. (Tip: it's an insane demon)
- A Geometry Dash level I made in dedication to Sai.
- A MOBA game that I started to play after my sister showed it to me.
- My favorite Camellia song.
- My favorite official level in Geometry Dash.
- The first offical demon level I beat in Geometry Dash.
- A bad horror game on Roblox full of mazes that I refuse to play again.
- My first demon I beat in Geometry Dash.
- My favorite mahnwa.

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- My favorite Se-U-Ra song.
- My main hero in MLBB.
- I keep p*** in what app?
- My favorite Team Grimoire song.
- Roblox experience that I despise.
- The first yaoi mahnwa I finished.
- My favorite Dimrain47 song.
- MMORPG that I quit due to the absurd amount of grinding required.
- It is my favorite color.
- My hardest FC in RoBeats.

**25 Clues:** My favorite mahnwa. • My main hero in MLBB. • I like to hear men ____. • I keep p*** in what app? • It is my favorite color. • My favorite Se-U-Ra song. • My hardest FC in RoBeats. • My favorite Camellia song. • My favorite map in RoBeats. • My favorite Dimrain47 song. • A gacha game I regularly play. • My favorite Team Grimoire song. • Roblox experience that I despise. • ...

### Electrochemistry & Chemical Bonding 2020-11-17

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- The SI unit of potential difference.
- The process by which an electrical current is used to drive an otherwise nonspontaneous redox reduction.
- An empty molecular orbital in a semiconductor.
- A measure of the difference in potential energy per unit of charge.
- An orbital whose electrons remain localized on an atom.
- A mathematical procedure in which standard atomic orbitals are combined to form new, hybrid orbitals.
- The molecular geometry of a molecule with octahedral electron geometry and one lone pair.
- The electrode in an electrochemical cell where oxidation occurs.
- The bond that forms between two p orbitals that overlap side to side.
- The electrode in an electrochemical cell where reduction occurs.
- A conductive surface through which electrons can enter or leave a half-cell.
- A type of semiconductor material that produces an electric current when it is exposed to light.
- A local molecular geometry where the bond angle is less than 180-degrees.
- In solids, a higher energy set of normally empty molecular orbitals that are involved in electrical conduction.
- A molecular orbital that is higher in energy than any of the atomic orbitals from which it was formed.
- The molecular geometry of a molecule with trigonal bipyramidal electron geometry and two lone pairs in axial positions.
- A device in which a chemical reaction either produces or is carried out by an electrical current.
- The molecular geometry of five atoms with 109.5-degree bond angles.

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- In solids, a lower energy set of filled molecular orbitals.
- The force that results in the motion of electrons due to a difference in potential.
- The molecular geometry of three atoms with a 180-degree bond angle due to the repulsion of two-electron groups.
- A general term for long pairs, single bonds, multiple bonds or lone electrons in a molecule.
- Devices composed of photovoltaic materials that are used to produce electricity from light.
- The flow of electric charge.
- An energy gap that exists between the valence band and conduction band of semiconductors and insulators.
- The molecular geometry of four atoms with 120-degree bond angles in a plane.
- For a molecule, the number of electrons in bonding orbitals minus the number of electrons in nonbonding orbitals divided by two.
- The resulting bond that forms between a combination of any two s, p, or hybridized orbitals that overlap end to end.
- An electrochemical cell that uses electrical current to drive a nonspontaneous chemical reaction.
- orbitals formed from the combination of standard atomic orbitals that correspond more closely to the actual distribution of electrons ina chemically bonded atom.
- The molecular geometry of a molecule with tetrahedral electron geometry and one lone pair.
- The molecular geometry of a molecule with trigonal bipyramidal electron geometry and one lone pair in an axial position.
- The potential difference between the cathode and the anode in an electrochemical cell.
- One half of an electrochemical cell where either oxidation or reduction occurs.
- Set of empty molecular orbitals that are slightly higher in energy than the valence band in a semiconductor material.
- From quantum theory, probability distribution maps for the electrons as they exist within atoms.
- The molecular geometry of six atoms with 120-degree bonds between the three equatorial electron groups and 90-degree bond angles between the two axial electron groups and the trigonal plane.
- The geometrical arrangement of electron groups in a molecule.
- The geometrical arrangement of atoms in a molecule.
- A voltaic cell that uses the oxidation of hydrogen and the reduction of oxygen, forming water, to provide electrical current.
- Set of occupied molecular orbitals that are slightly lower in energy than the conduction band in a semiconductor material.
- A device that allows the flow of electrical current in only one direction.

**42 Clues:** The flow of electric charge. • The SI unit of potential difference. • An empty molecular orbital in a semiconductor. • The geometrical arrangement of atoms in a molecule. • An orbital whose electrons remain localized on an atom. • In solids, a lower energy set of filled molecular orbitals. • The geometrical arrangement of electron groups in a molecule. • ...

### Do you know everything I know? (Q1) 2020-05-16

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- Geometry Dash - creator of the Toxin Lab series
- Geometry Dash - an extreme demon that appears in the official demon list in 2.11
- FL Studio 20 - a tool that is used to control sounds and stuff automatically
- House Music - one of Vexento's songs in his album, Inspiration
- House Music - a song by Celdro and Wholm being the best of April 2020 for me.
- Geometry Dash - jitterclicking or hitterclicking
- Memes - pufferfish eating a carrot

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- Geometry Dash - an extreme demon that is verified by Dolphy and the no.1 on the official demon list.
- Wattpad - a famous amourshipping fanfiction writer gaining over 2K followers.
- EDM x Geometry Dash - one of his songs is used in a famous extreme demon in the official demon list of GD.
- Pokemon - a city West of Jubilife, Sinnoh
- Pokemon - #290
- Pokemon - a ship between Ash and Anabel
- Dubstep - composer of Success (his 5:12 minute dubstep)
- Pokemon x Me - my Talonflame's name
- Real Life - my bro's username
- Pokemon - my current greatest obsession
- Text - a great Wattpad alternative

**18 Clues:** Pokemon - #290 • Real Life - my bro's username • Text - a great Wattpad alternative • Memes - pufferfish eating a carrot • Pokemon x Me - my Talonflame's name • Pokemon - a ship between Ash and Anabel • Pokemon - my current greatest obsession • Pokemon - a city West of Jubilife, Sinnoh • Geometry Dash - creator of the Toxin Lab series • ...

### Atomic bonds crossword puzzle 2023-12-11

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- A group of atoms bonded together
- The negatively charged ion that goes last in the bond name
- The electrons on the outermost shell of an atom
- The positively charged ion that goes first in the bond name
- A molecular geometry consisting of two atoms bonded to one
- The tendency of an atom to attract electrons is a molecule
- Two electrons that don’t get bonded to another atom
- The prefix that means ten
- The prefix that means one
- The rule that says all atoms want to have 8 valence electrons

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- The last element in all bonds end in these three letters
- A molecular geometry consisting of six atoms bonded to one
- A molecular geometry consisting of three atoms bonding to one with a lone pair
- Elements found on the right side of the periodic table
- A molecular geometry consisting of four atoms bonded to one
- A bond formed when two or more atoms that transfer atoms to eachother
- A type of bond where electrons are not equally shared between two atoms
- A molecular geometry consisting of three atoms bonded to one
- A bond formed when two nonmetals share electrons
- A type of bond where electrons are equally shared between two atoms

**20 Clues:** The prefix that means ten • The prefix that means one • A group of atoms bonded together • The electrons on the outermost shell of an atom • A bond formed when two nonmetals share electrons • Two electrons that don’t get bonded to another atom • Elements found on the right side of the periodic table • The last element in all bonds end in these three letters • ...

### VSEPR Theory 2024-02-26

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- - Electron domain geometry with five electron pairs around the central atom.
- - Molecular geometry with two bonding pairs and no lone pairs.
- - Electron domain geometry with four electron pairs around the central atom.
- - Molecular geometry with five bonding pairs and one lone pair.

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- - Molecular geometry with three bonding pairs and one lone pair.
- - Molecular geometry with four bonding pairs and one lone pair.
- - Molecular geometry with two bonding pairs and one lone pair.
- - Molecular geometry with four bonding pairs and two lone pairs.
- - Electron domain geometry with six electron pairs around the central atom.
- - Molecular geometry with three bonding pairs and no lone pairs.

**10 Clues:** - Molecular geometry with two bonding pairs and one lone pair. • - Molecular geometry with two bonding pairs and no lone pairs. • - Molecular geometry with four bonding pairs and one lone pair. • - Molecular geometry with five bonding pairs and one lone pair. • - Molecular geometry with three bonding pairs and one lone pair. • ...

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### Chapter 03 Bonding and intermolecular forces 2023-11-24

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- the unit that is applied to measure a dipole moment
- description of the state of electronic motion, but only has two possible value
- the magnetism of a material that is weakly responsive to a magnetic field in the same direction
- ease with which an electron cloud can be deformed
- the geometry model which is applied when there are four electron domains and four bonding domains
- the geometry model which is applied when there are six electron domains and six bonding domains
- the intercation between central atom and ligand in a molecule, a type of chemical bond
- the geometry model which is applied when there are three electron domains and three bonding domains
- the geometry model which is applied when there are three or four electron domains and two bonding domains
- the geometry model which is applied when there are two electron domains and two bonding domains
- the interaction between two like charged particles
- the geometry model which is applied when there are five electron domains and four bonding domains

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- mixing of two or more atomic orbitals to form a new set of orbitals
- the arrangement of electron regions about the central atom of ABn molecule
- one of thermodynamical function, always represented as H
- equal amounts of different charges without overlapping
- qualitative expression of whether the positive and negative charge center of a molecule coincide
- the interaction between two opposite charged particles
- the type of intermolecular force that exists widely between any molecule
- the magnetism of a material that responses to a magnetic field in the opposite direction
- the intercation between atoms in a molecule, a type of chemical bond
- the behavior of electron clouds as they approach each other

**22 Clues:** ease with which an electron cloud can be deformed • the interaction between two like charged particles • the unit that is applied to measure a dipole moment • equal amounts of different charges without overlapping • the interaction between two opposite charged particles • one of thermodynamical function, always represented as H • ...

### Geometry Dash 2! 2024-01-05

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- the level Mommy beat in Geometry Dash Worlds
- you are 7 ___________ old
- something you do to a door when you want to go into a room
- YouTube music has this song as "Fingerbang" but it should be "Finger ______"
- space __________
- not polar bear but polar _____
- this Geometry Dash level name has a shape in it
- opposite of "back curves"
- unscramble to this Geometry Dash level "rktsire"

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- this level backwards is "edom tsaeb"
- when something repeats
- currently you have completed 91 percent of this level
- this Geometry Dash level name ends in the letter x
- when something is messy

**14 Clues:** space __________ • when something repeats • when something is messy • you are 7 ___________ old • opposite of "back curves" • not polar bear but polar _____ • this level backwards is "edom tsaeb" • the level Mommy beat in Geometry Dash Worlds • this Geometry Dash level name has a shape in it • unscramble to this Geometry Dash level "rktsire" • ...

### Geometry CrossWord 2023-10-31

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- An 'if-then' statement in geometry expressing a logical relationship between two conditions or figures
- An educated guess or hypothesis in geometry, often based on observations
- The measure of the space enclosed by a geometric figure.
- A straight, one-dimensional figure with infinite length.
- Points that lie on the same straight line in geometry.
- A quadrilateral with two pairs of adjacent congruent sides.
- Two angles whose measures add up to 180 degrees.
- A polygon with ten sides and ten angles.
- A fundamental theorem in geometry relating the sides of a right triangle.
- The distance around the edge of a circle.

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- An equation for calculating the distance between two points in the coordinate plane.
- A triangle with three unequal sides and three unequal angles.
- Pairs of angles formed by the intersection of two lines, opposite and congruent.
- A finite portion of a line between two endpoints.
- A proven statement or proposition in geometry, derived from axioms and other theorems.
- The flipped version of a conditional statement, with the 'if' and 'then' parts exchanged.
- The figure formed by two rays sharing a common endpoint.
- A fundamental assumption or axiom in geometry used as a basis for reasoning.
- Two angles that share a common vertex and side.
- A line or ray that divides an angle into two congruent angles.
- A flat, two-dimensional surface that extends infinitely.
- A fundamental element in geometry, represented by a dot.
- The opposite of a conditional statement, obtained by negating both the 'if' and 'then' parts.
- A line segment from a vertex to the midpoint of the opposite side in a triangle.
- A polygon with seven sides and seven angles.
- Pairs of angles that share a common side and vertex and add up to 180 degrees.
- A proven statement or proposition in geometry, derived from axioms and other theorems.
- The center of mass or balance point in a geometric figure, such as a triangle.
- The line segment from the center of a polygon to the midpoint of a side, perpendicular to that side.
- A polygon with ten sides and ten angles.Geometric figures that have the same size and shape.

**30 Clues:** A polygon with ten sides and ten angles. • The distance around the edge of a circle. • A polygon with seven sides and seven angles. • Two angles that share a common vertex and side. • Two angles whose measures add up to 180 degrees. • A finite portion of a line between two endpoints. • Points that lie on the same straight line in geometry. • ...

### EUCLID'S GEOMETRY 2021-07-20

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- A _______ IS BREADTHLESS LENGTH.
- A _______CAN BE DRAWN FROM ANY CENTRE AND ANY RADIUS.
- A SURFACE IS THAT WHICH HAS LENGTH AND ______ ONLY.
- ______ WERE ASSUMPIONS USED THROUGHOUT MATHEMATICS AND NOT SPECIFICALY LINKED TO GEOMETRY.
- A _______ LINE IS A LINE WHICH LIES EVENLY WITH THE POINTS ON ITSELF.
- THE ________ OF A LINE ARE POINTS.
- HE USED THE TERM _______ FOR THE ASSUMPTIONS THAT WERE SPECIFIC GEOMETRY.
- A _______LINE CAN BE PRODUCED INDEFINATELY.
- THE STATEMENTS THAT WERE PROVED ARE CALLED PROPORTIONS OR _______.
- ACCORDING TO EUCLIDS GEOMETRY A SOLID'S BOUNDRY IS CALLED A _______.

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- IF EQUALS ARE ADDED TO EQUALS THE ______ARE EQUALS.
- A _______IS THAT WHICH HAS NO PART.
- TWO __________LINES CANNOT HAVE MORE THAN ONE POINT IN COMMON.
- A SOLID HAS 3 ______.
- A SYSTEM OF AXIOMS IS CALLED _______.
- IF EQUALS ARE SUBTRACTED FROM EQUALS ITS _______ ARE EQUALS.
- THE _____OF A SURFACE ARE LINES.
- IN ________ GEOMETRY THE LINES ARE NOT STRAIGHT.
- ALL _________ANGLES ARE EQUAL TO ONE ANOTHER.
- A ______ SURFACE IS A SURFACE WHICH LIES EVENLY WITH THE STRAIGHT LINES ON ITSELF.

**20 Clues:** A SOLID HAS 3 ______. • A _______ IS BREADTHLESS LENGTH. • THE _____OF A SURFACE ARE LINES. • THE ________ OF A LINE ARE POINTS. • A _______IS THAT WHICH HAS NO PART. • A SYSTEM OF AXIOMS IS CALLED _______. • A _______LINE CAN BE PRODUCED INDEFINATELY. • ALL _________ANGLES ARE EQUAL TO ONE ANOTHER. • IN ________ GEOMETRY THE LINES ARE NOT STRAIGHT. • ...

### EUCLID'S GEOMETRY 2021-07-20

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- ACCORDING TO EUCLIDS GEOMETRY A SOLID'S BOUNDRY IS CALLED A _______.
- IN ________ GEOMETRY THE LINES ARE NOT STRAIGHT.
- A _______LINE CAN BE PRODUCED INDEFINATELY.
- A SOLID HAS 3 ______.
- HE USED THE TERM _______ FOR THE ASSUMPTIONS THAT WERE SPECIFIC GEOMETRY.
- A _______CAN BE DRAWN FROM ANY CENTRE AND ANY RADIUS.
- IF EQUALS ARE ADDED TO EQUALS THE ______ARE EQUALS.
- THE ________ OF A LINE ARE POINTS.

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- THE STATEMENTS THAT WERE PROVED ARE CALLED PROPORTIONS OR _______.
- A ______ SURFACE IS A SURFACE WHICH LIES EVENLY WITH THE STRAIGHT LINES ON ITSELF.
- A SYSTEM OF AXIOMS IS CALLED _______.
- IF EQUALS ARE SUBTRACTED FROM EQUALS ITS _______ ARE EQUALS.
- TWO __________LINES CANNOT HAVE MORE THAN ONE POINT IN COMMON.
- A _______ LINE IS A LINE WHICH LIES EVENLY WITH THE POINTS ON ITSELF.
- A SURFACE IS THAT WHICH HAS LENGTH AND ______ ONLY.
- ______ WERE ASSUMPIONS USED THROUGHOUT MATHEMATICS AND NOT SPECIFICALY LINKED TO GEOMETRY.
- A _______IS THAT WHICH HAS NO PART.
- ALL _________ANGLES ARE EQUAL TO ONE ANOTHER.
- A _______ IS BREADTHLESS LENGTH.
- THE _____OF A SURFACE ARE LINES.

**20 Clues:** A SOLID HAS 3 ______. • A _______ IS BREADTHLESS LENGTH. • THE _____OF A SURFACE ARE LINES. • THE ________ OF A LINE ARE POINTS. • A _______IS THAT WHICH HAS NO PART. • A SYSTEM OF AXIOMS IS CALLED _______. • A _______LINE CAN BE PRODUCED INDEFINATELY. • ALL _________ANGLES ARE EQUAL TO ONE ANOTHER. • IN ________ GEOMETRY THE LINES ARE NOT STRAIGHT. • ...

### Geometry Dash 2024-04-04

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- The mode where you slowly change gravity.
- TheGeometry that creates a clone of yourself.
- The level that introduced the spider.
- Geometry Dash's Free 2.2 Sneak Peek.
- The mode where you can control how high you jump.
- Geometry Dash's most popular demon.
- New 2.2 Mode.

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- The level that introduced the waffle mode.
- The mode where you can instantly flip gravity.
- The creator of Geometry Dash.
- The portal that flips the screen.
- Geometry Dash's Free version.

**12 Clues:** New 2.2 Mode. • The creator of Geometry Dash. • Geometry Dash's Free version. • The portal that flips the screen. • Geometry Dash's most popular demon. • Geometry Dash's Free 2.2 Sneak Peek. • The level that introduced the spider. • The mode where you slowly change gravity. • The level that introduced the waffle mode. • TheGeometry that creates a clone of yourself. • ...

### Hidden 2024-04-13

### Geometry vocabulary 2020-12-16

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- 2D figure of geometry which has 4 angles.
- 2D figure of geometry which has 4 right angles.
- 3D figure of geometry which has a circular base and a
- 3D figure of geometry that consists of 2 triangles and 3 rectangles.
- Part of a triangle or an other figure which has the the same signification that a side.
- Straight line segment both endpoints of which lie on the circumference of a circle.

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- 3D figure of geometry which consists of 2 squares and 4 rectangles.
- Longest side of a triangle.
- Name of the line which is a part of a triangle.
- 2D figure which has 4 angles and only 2 parallel straight lines.
- 3D figure of geometry which is like a tube.

**11 Clues:** Longest side of a triangle. • 2D figure of geometry which has 4 angles. • 3D figure of geometry which is like a tube. • Name of the line which is a part of a triangle. • 2D figure of geometry which has 4 right angles. • 3D figure of geometry which has a circular base and a • 2D figure which has 4 angles and only 2 parallel straight lines. • ...

### Geometry vocabulary 2020-12-16

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- Straight line segment both endpoints of which lie on the circumference of a circle.
- 3D figure of geometry which has a circular base and a vertex.
- Name of the line which is a part of a triangle.
- 3D figure of geometry which consists of 6 squares.
- 3D figure of geometry which consists of 2 squares and 4 rectangles.
- 3D figure of geometry that consists of 2 triangles and 3 rectangles.

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- Longest side of a triangle.
- Part of a triangle or an other figure which has the the same signification that a side.
- 3D figure of geometry which is like a tube.
- 2D figure which has 4 angles and only 2 parallel straight lines.
- 2D figure of geometry which has 4 angles.

**11 Clues:** Longest side of a triangle. • 2D figure of geometry which has 4 angles. • 3D figure of geometry which is like a tube. • Name of the line which is a part of a triangle. • 3D figure of geometry which consists of 6 squares. • 3D figure of geometry which has a circular base and a vertex. • 2D figure which has 4 angles and only 2 parallel straight lines. • ...

### Geometry vocabulary 2020-12-16

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- 2D figure of geometry which has 4 angles.
- 3D figure of geometry which consists of 6 squares.
- 3D figure of geometry which has a circular base and a vertex.
- 3D figure of geometry that consists of 2 triangles and 3 rectangles.
- Part of a triangle or an other figure which has the the same signification that a side.
- Straight line segment both endpoints of which lie on the circumference of a circle.

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- 3D figure of geometry which consists of 2 squares and 4 rectangles.
- Longest side of a triangle.
- Name of the line which is a part of a triangle.
- 2D figure which has 4 angles and only 2 parallel straight lines.
- 3D figure of geometry which is like a tube.

**11 Clues:** Longest side of a triangle. • 2D figure of geometry which has 4 angles. • 3D figure of geometry which is like a tube. • Name of the line which is a part of a triangle. • 3D figure of geometry which consists of 6 squares. • 3D figure of geometry which has a circular base and a vertex. • 2D figure which has 4 angles and only 2 parallel straight lines. • ...

### L2 Chemistry: Bonding Unit 2013-04-12

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- States that valence electrons want to be as far apart as possible
- Molecular geometry with four domains and 2 atoms bonded to the central atom
- Molecular geometry with 4 domains and 4 atoms bonded to the central atom
- Type of bond that results from a sea of electrons
- Molecular geometry with 3 domains and 3 atoms bonded to the central atom
- The ability of an atom or group of atoms to attract electrons
- Molecular geometry with 4 domains and 3 atoms bonded to the central atom
- Unequal sharing of electrons in a molecule
- Type of covalent bond that results from a difference in electronegativity that is between 0.3 and 1.7

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- Moments when one atom is more negative than the others and another is more positive than the others
- Attraction that is formed when atoms or a group of atoms share electrons
- The electrostatic force that holds a metallic and nonmetallic atom together
- Results from two or more atoms coming together to form covalent bonds
- Shows the valence electrons and bonds that are formed in molecules.
- Typically brittle substances with high melting points that conduct electricity
- Type of covalent bond that results from a difference in electronegativity that is less than 0.3
- Molecular geometry with 3 domains and 1 atom bonded to the central atom

**17 Clues:** Unequal sharing of electrons in a molecule • Type of bond that results from a sea of electrons • The ability of an atom or group of atoms to attract electrons • States that valence electrons want to be as far apart as possible • Shows the valence electrons and bonds that are formed in molecules. • ...

### Geometry Dash 3! 2024-01-19

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- currently you have collected 10 of these in Geometry Dash lite
- unscramble "kocmen" for this Geometry Dash Subzero level
- the 7 _______ song
- the 100 divided by 25 th level in Geometry Dash lite
- you have over 6000 of these in Geometry World
- who introduced you to Geometry Dash
- a level similar to a character's name in Elemental

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- level 8 in Geometry Dash lite
- this level spelled backwards is "petsbulc"
- what you get when you knock all the bowling pins down plus an r at the end

**10 Clues:** the 7 _______ song • level 8 in Geometry Dash lite • who introduced you to Geometry Dash • this level spelled backwards is "petsbulc" • you have over 6000 of these in Geometry World • a level similar to a character's name in Elemental • the 100 divided by 25 th level in Geometry Dash lite • unscramble "kocmen" for this Geometry Dash Subzero level • ...

### Geometry Dash! 2024-01-04

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- This Geometry Dash Lite level has two words that rhyme
- __________ Factory in Geometry Dash World
- This Geometry Dash game name has a number in it
- This level has the name of a country in it
- The opposite of "wet in"

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- This Geometry Dash Lite level has two words that repeat
- This is the opposite of "finish"
- This Geometry Dash Lite level starts with the 3rd to last letter in the alphabet
- This is what NOT to do on the beds!!
- __________ Dance Off in Geometry Dash World

**10 Clues:** The opposite of "wet in" • This is the opposite of "finish" • This is what NOT to do on the beds!! • __________ Factory in Geometry Dash World • This level has the name of a country in it • __________ Dance Off in Geometry Dash World • This Geometry Dash game name has a number in it • This Geometry Dash Lite level has two words that rhyme • ...

### Geometry vocabulary 2020-12-16

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- 2D figure of geometry which has 4 angles.
- 3D figure of geometry which consists of 6 squares.
- 3D figure of geometry which has a circular base and a
- 3D figure of geometry that consists of 2 triangles and 3 rectangles.
- Part of a triangle or an other figure which has the the same signification that a side.
- Straight line segment both endpoints of which lie on the circumference of a circle.

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- 3D figure of geometry which consists of 2 squares and 4 rectangles.
- Longest side of a triangle.
- Name of the line which is a part of a triangle.
- 2D figure which has 4 angles and only 2 parallel straight lines.
- 3D figure of geometry which is like a tube.

**11 Clues:** Longest side of a triangle. • 2D figure of geometry which has 4 angles. • 3D figure of geometry which is like a tube. • Name of the line which is a part of a triangle. • 3D figure of geometry which consists of 6 squares. • 3D figure of geometry which has a circular base and a • 2D figure which has 4 angles and only 2 parallel straight lines. • ...

### Unit 2B vocabulary 2023-09-18

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- original image
- Geometric terms rotation, reflection, translation, and dilation.
- lines do not cross
- curve that is a line in Spherical Geometry
- _____________ symmetry that an object when flipped the same.
- an object maintains shape but size changes by a scale factor
- what is multiplied to the length or ordered pair to change the size

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- new image after a transformation
- fold line
- Geometry that is shaped as a ball or earth, three dimensional
- a slide up or down or crossways that does not change the size of the object
- contains at least two points and straight in Euclidean Geometry
- _____________ symmetry that an object has when turned remains the same.
- Geometry that is flat and two dimensional.

**14 Clues:** fold line • original image • lines do not cross • new image after a transformation • curve that is a line in Spherical Geometry • Geometry that is flat and two dimensional. • _____________ symmetry that an object when flipped the same. • an object maintains shape but size changes by a scale factor • Geometry that is shaped as a ball or earth, three dimensional • ...

### Solidworks Crossword Puzzle 2013-04-10

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- a line that can be used to create a model, geometry, features, or patterns.
- thrust or force out
- round edge of a surface
- place where you draw
- geometric relationship between parts in an assembly
- feature tool that hollows out a part
- Highest point
- strait line with two endpoints

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- thin not detected, defaults “through all” in both directions
- selectable area of a model or surface with boundaries
- space directly under the roof
- brushing away
- the first solid feature of a part
- begginging point
- the 3D solid geometry in a part or assembly document
- flat construction geometry; a neautral plane
- cut away to make a symmetrical sloping edge
- single 3D object made up of features
- features are put together here
- any part or subassembly within an assembly
- outside limit of an object, area, or surface

**21 Clues:** brushing away • Highest point • begginging point • thrust or force out • place where you draw • round edge of a surface • space directly under the roof • features are put together here • strait line with two endpoints • the first solid feature of a part • single 3D object made up of features • feature tool that hollows out a part • any part or subassembly within an assembly • ...

### Crossword math puzzle 2022-05-18

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- is a fundamental relation in Euclidean geometry
- type of number is not equal to zero
- whole valued positive or negative number
- is a polygon with three edges
- that moves every point
- involving one or more variables
- is a closed path that encompasses
- is geometry a coordinate system
- is a moving form eduence space

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- numerical measure of a line inflations related
- the vertex from a quadrant’s answer
- to works an answer
- is the model of the common concept on a surface
- equation in which they are set equal to each other
- is a function from a metric space
- a concept in geometry in certain motion
- is a function
- expressing the amount of b de mention
- involves finding the probability or one even occurring
- the quantity that expreses of a region on the plane

**20 Clues:** is a function • to works an answer • that moves every point • is a polygon with three edges • involving one or more variables • is geometry a coordinate system • is a moving form eduence space • is a function from a metric space • is a closed path that encompasses • the vertex from a quadrant’s answer • type of number is not equal to zero • expressing the amount of b de mention • ...

### Amber's Math Project 2013-05-26

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- ____’s conjecture, a statement about the most efficient arrangement for pack spheres.
- Responsible for framing the skeleton of geometry that has been used for over 2000 years by the Western World.
- Ceulen Spent a Major part of his life calculating the numerical value of the mathematical constant value using pi
- In number theory, he conjected the quadratic reciprocity.
- Responsible for advancing the study of the trigonometric series.
- Know for a theorem involving right angle triangles.
- Work on mathematical biology, specifically morphogenesis.
- Introduced symbols for “is less than” and “is greater than”
- _____ in the Conics further development a method that is so similar to analytic geometry.
- Worked in the fields of differential equations and Algebraic logic. Also is the author of The Laws of Thought
- Often referred to as the “Father of acoustics”.
- _____’s dissertation, a line geometry and it’s application to mechanics.

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- Only Mathematician to have two numbers named after them.
- known for contributions to abstract algebra along with theoretical physics.
- Made significant advancements in the field of calculus variations.
- Developed analytic geometry, uses algebra to describe geometry.
- Made fundamental contributions to elliptic functions and number theory, along with other areas.
- has the most concepts and theorems named after them.
- Substantially contributed to mathematics by advancing the study of trigonometry.
- A mathematician who worked in fields like number theory and algebra, sometimes referred to as Princeps Mathematicorum.
- Widely credited with being the first computer programer.
- _____’s method for approximating the roots of a function.
- _____ was the first person known to have evaluated the integral of general power functions.
- Invented mechanical calculator and the hydraulic press.
- Newmann First to rigorously establish mathematical framework for quantum mechanics.

**25 Clues:** Often referred to as the “Father of acoustics”. • Know for a theorem involving right angle triangles. • has the most concepts and theorems named after them. • Invented mechanical calculator and the hydraulic press. • Only Mathematician to have two numbers named after them. • Widely credited with being the first computer programer. • ...

### Solidworks 2013-04-10

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- the highest point of something
- a single 3D object made up of features
- Graphics area were you draw and make graphics in a area
- A base is the first solid feature of a part boss.
- flat construction geometry
- to move or remove; to drive away or carry by a steady force
- to cut something
- 3D solid geometry in a part or assembly
- is a geometric relationship, such as coincident,
- a feature tool that hollows out a part, leaving open
- an upper story converted or adapted to any of various uses
- the first stage

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- to cut something
- straight line that can be used to create model geometry
- a line or border
- the projection of a vector quantity
- a selectable area
- creating a rounded surface
- a document in which parts, features, and other assemblies
- a beveled from a face or edge
- a straight sketch entity with two endpoints

**21 Clues:** the first stage • to cut something • a line or border • to cut something • a selectable area • creating a rounded surface • flat construction geometry • a beveled from a face or edge • the highest point of something • the projection of a vector quantity • a single 3D object made up of features • 3D solid geometry in a part or assembly • a straight sketch entity with two endpoints • ...

### Robotic Geometry 2020-09-06

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- are also known as 3R
- geometry in RP2 robots
- spherical robots have a very long linear_____
- rotational motion in a spherical robot occurs at the
- Linear motion is also known as ...
- R2P geometry
- welding robot configuration
- Uses Cartesian coordinates only

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- provides left and right movement on jointed robots
- movement around the vertical axis
- structural___ allowing cylindrical robots to handle heavy loads
- inner shape of a fully retracted reach on a polar robot
- horizontal linear motion
- vertical linear motion in cylindrical geometry
- used on palletizing and material handling

**15 Clues:** R2P geometry • are also known as 3R • geometry in RP2 robots • horizontal linear motion • welding robot configuration • Uses Cartesian coordinates only • movement around the vertical axis • Linear motion is also known as ... • used on palletizing and material handling • spherical robots have a very long linear_____ • vertical linear motion in cylindrical geometry • ...

### The VSEPR Theory 2023-11-17

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- Molecular geometry with six atoms or groups of atoms arranged around a central atom, forming a symmetrical shape.
- Molecular shape with two bond pairs and one lone pair, resulting in a bent or V-shaped structure.
- Molecules with an even distribution of charge, often found in symmetrical geometries like octahedral.
- The tendency of an atom to attract electrons in a chemical bond, influencing molecular polarity.
- Molecular shape with three bonds and one lone pair, creating a pyramid-like structure.
- An electrically charged atom or molecule, often contributing to overall molecular charge.
- A characteristic of molecules with an octahedral geometry, indicating a balanced arrangement of atoms.
- Geometry with six atoms or groups of atoms surrounding a central atom.

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- Molecular geometry with five atoms or groups of atoms arranged around a central atom.
- A molecular moment created by the separation of positive and negative charges.
- Molecular shape with a bond angle of 180 degrees.
- Molecular geometry with four atoms or groups of atoms surrounding a central atom in a plane.
- Arrangement of atoms around a central atom in a molecule, with a bond angle of approximately 109.5 degrees.
- Property that indicates an uneven distribution of electron density in a molecule, potentially affecting its overall charge distribution within an octahedral geometry.
- Molecular shape with three atoms in the same plane and bond angles of 120 degrees.
- The process of forming sp3 hybrid orbitals in the context of octahedral molecular geometry, where one s orbital and three p orbitals combine.

**16 Clues:** Molecular shape with a bond angle of 180 degrees. • Geometry with six atoms or groups of atoms surrounding a central atom. • A molecular moment created by the separation of positive and negative charges. • Molecular shape with three atoms in the same plane and bond angles of 120 degrees. • ...

### greek civilization 2014-02-24

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- teachers
- whatabperson leaves behind
- failure
- study of stars,plant and heavenly bodies
- teacher that traveled
- method pointed questions
- act
- geometry study of ball like shapes

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- love of wisdom
- to look into the future
- a philosopher we know today
- great
- era like the Greeks
- traditional stories
- it became very popluarin the Hellenistic world
- funny
- geometry is a branch of math that shows reading in it
- short tale

**18 Clues:** act • great • funny • failure • teachers • short tale • love of wisdom • era like the Greeks • traditional stories • teacher that traveled • to look into the future • method pointed questions • whatabperson leaves behind • a philosopher we know today • geometry study of ball like shapes • study of stars,plant and heavenly bodies • it became very popluarin the Hellenistic world • ...

### The Hellenistic Era 2022-02-16

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- Geometry of solid figures
- City-state that would eventually conquer Greece
- Person who came close to finding the value of pi
- Philosopher who developed Stoicism
- Female mathematician who used Hellenistic ideas
- Measurement of the outer boundary of a circle
- Geometry of figures whose parts lie in one plane

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- Hellenistic writer who wrote Agronautica
- Philosophy of repressing emotion
- Librarian at Alexandria who believed the Earth was round
- Person who advanced plane geometry
- Major city in Egypt
- Major Greek Comedy poet

**13 Clues:** Major city in Egypt • Major Greek Comedy poet • Geometry of solid figures • Philosophy of repressing emotion • Person who advanced plane geometry • Philosopher who developed Stoicism • Hellenistic writer who wrote Agronautica • Measurement of the outer boundary of a circle • City-state that would eventually conquer Greece • Female mathematician who used Hellenistic ideas • ...

### Greek Achievements 2016-04-06

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- human & lifelike
- in theater, a serious or tragic end
- open air theaters or marketeplaces
- vote on representatives to vote on an issue
- concerned with feelings
- architecture, temple to Athena
- sports to honor the gods
- swirls
- columns with leaves

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- womens Olympics
- father of history
- geometry theorem
- became the link to other civilizations
- prize for best athlete
- every citizen votes
- celebrating heroic deeds (Illiad and Odyssey)
- about gods and heroes
- in theater, light-hearted, joke
- father of geometry
- simple columns

**20 Clues:** swirls • simple columns • womens Olympics • human & lifelike • geometry theorem • father of history • father of geometry • every citizen votes • columns with leaves • about gods and heroes • prize for best athlete • concerned with feelings • sports to honor the gods • architecture, temple to Athena • in theater, light-hearted, joke • open air theaters or marketeplaces • ...

### Unit 3 lesson 2 spelling words Crossword Puzzle Ms.Eugleys reading class! 2022-04-07

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- The state of being vacant
- a heat meter
- a instrument that mesures atmsphric pressure
- the state of being graduated
- the border of a thing
- Someone who left their home to be safe
- Reversed
- Geometry
- mathmatics
- a unit of mesurement

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- An instrament that mesures distatance
- the progress of something
- Empty
- bold or pushy
- To waver an opinion
- being able to degrade
- A better version
- The state of being vaccinated
- The study of shapes
- to disinigrate
- A space of matter
- To go back

**22 Clues:** Empty • Reversed • Geometry • mathmatics • To go back • a heat meter • bold or pushy • to disinigrate • A better version • A space of matter • To waver an opinion • The study of shapes • a unit of mesurement • being able to degrade • the border of a thing • the progress of something • The state of being vacant • the state of being graduated • The state of being vaccinated • ...

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### Math Crossword Puzzle 2018-02-26

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### GEOMETRY 2015-09-15

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- "the Father of Geometry"
- the point that cuts a segment in half
- the study of points, lines, planes, and shapes
- the point where 2 rays meet to make an angle
- 2 angles with a sum of 90
- 2 adjacent angles that are supplementary
- statements accepted as true without proof
- has one endpoint and goes forever
- angles are measured by these
- this is formed by 2 opposite rays
- any angle less than 90 degrees

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- it has 2 endpoints and can be measured
- a 90 degree angle
- describes a location and has no width or depth
- segments with the same measure are called this
- represented by a flat surface that extends in all directions
- a ray or line that cuts an angle into 2 equal angles
- 2 angles with a sum of 180
- angles formed by intersecting lines and are always equal
- points on the same line
- points in the same plane
- your favorite Geometry teacher

**22 Clues:** a 90 degree angle • points on the same line • "the Father of Geometry" • points in the same plane • 2 angles with a sum of 90 • 2 angles with a sum of 180 • angles are measured by these • your favorite Geometry teacher • any angle less than 90 degrees • has one endpoint and goes forever • this is formed by 2 opposite rays • the point that cuts a segment in half • ...

### VSEPR Geometry 2023-12-08

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- electron geometry of CO2
- Electron geometry when six "things" are attached to the central atom
- ___ geometry determined by the amount of lone pairs around the central atom
- Molecule geometry of SF4

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- Molecule geometry of water
- Has bond angles of 109.5 degrees
- Has only bond angles of 120 degrees
- ___ geometry determined by the number of "things" attached to central atom

**8 Clues:** electron geometry of CO2 • Molecule geometry of SF4 • Molecule geometry of water • Has bond angles of 109.5 degrees • Has only bond angles of 120 degrees • Electron geometry when six "things" are attached to the central atom • ___ geometry determined by the number of "things" attached to central atom • ...

### Geometry 2022-04-13

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- When did Euclid live?
- What is the rules of proofs?
- What is another name for Euclid?
- A line or geodesic is considered what in Euclidean Geometry?
- What has the definition that which has no part?
- In hyperbolic geometry,the angle sum of a trangle _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _, 180 degrees

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- How is a plane defined in Spherical Geometry?
- What is the common name for proposition 47 for Euclid's elements?
- What are axioms that were common to all of the sciences?
- What are the axioms that were specific to geometry?
- Euclid proves how many propositions in Book 1?

**11 Clues:** When did Euclid live? • What is the rules of proofs? • What is another name for Euclid? • How is a plane defined in Spherical Geometry? • Euclid proves how many propositions in Book 1? • What has the definition that which has no part? • What are the axioms that were specific to geometry? • What are axioms that were common to all of the sciences? • ...

### Math day crossword 2021-02-23

### Geometry 2022-04-15

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- A line or geodesic is considered what in Euclidean Geometry?
- What has the definition that which has no part?
- What are axioms that were common to all of the sciences?
- How is a plane defined in spherical geometry?
- What is another name for Euclid?
- When did Euclid live?
- Euclid proves how many propositions in Book 1?

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- What is the common name for proposition 47 for Euclid's elements?
- What is “the rules of proofs”?
- What are the axioms that were specific to geometry?
- In hyperbolic geometry,the angle sum of a triangle _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _, 180 degrees

**11 Clues:** When did Euclid live? • What is “the rules of proofs”? • What is another name for Euclid? • How is a plane defined in spherical geometry? • Euclid proves how many propositions in Book 1? • What has the definition that which has no part? • What are the axioms that were specific to geometry? • What are axioms that were common to all of the sciences? • ...

### Chemistry Review! 2021-03-12

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- central atom in CO2
- type of bond formed by sharing of electrons
- "made up" word that lists all the diatomic elements
- type of bond formed when sharing of electrons is unequal
- element with twelve protons
- scientific name of water
- molecular geometry of SH2
- number of needed electrons for chlorine to have a full valence
- number of dots in the Lewis structure for arsenic
- group of atoms bonded tightly together and carry a charge
- represented by two lines in a structural diagram
- name of group 18
- phase of matter with a definite shape and volume
- located to the right of the stepline
- number of electrons for hydrogen to have a full valence
- molecular geometry with 3 atoms and 1 lone pair on the central atom
- group 12 element with possible oxidation states are +1 and +2
- atom with the partial negative charge in OF2
- name of Ca(OH)2
- central atom in OF2
- type of bond present in Cl2
- name of Sr3N2
- compound composed of two types of elements

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- electron geometry of CH2O
- energy, amount of energy required to remove an electron
- goal of bonding for each element
- type of bond in CO
- most electronegative atom
- type of bond formed when sharing of electrons is equal
- calculated by subtracting needed and available electrons
- electron geometry with four electron groups around the central atom
- type of bond formed by a complete transfer of electrons
- total number of lone pairs in the molecule CF4
- name of XeF4
- group, atoms + lone pairs
- most reactive metals
- ability of an atom to attract an electron
- number of electrons that make up one covalent bond
- electron geometry of HCN
- electrons that are not bonded and drawn as dots
- number of total bonds in CBr4
- atom with the largest atomic radius
- always form nonpolar bonds
- number of valence electrons in the oxygen group

**44 Clues:** name of XeF4 • name of Sr3N2 • name of Ca(OH)2 • name of group 18 • type of bond in CO • central atom in CO2 • central atom in OF2 • most reactive metals • scientific name of water • electron geometry of HCN • electron geometry of CH2O • most electronegative atom • molecular geometry of SH2 • group, atoms + lone pairs • always form nonpolar bonds • element with twelve protons • ...

### Chemistry Review! 2021-03-12

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- central atom in CO2
- type of bond formed by sharing of electrons
- "made up" word that lists all the diatomic elements
- type of bond formed when sharing of electrons is unequal
- element with twelve protons
- scientific name of water
- molecular geometry of SH2
- number of needed electrons for chlorine to have a full valence
- number of dots in the Lewis structure for arsenic
- group of atoms bonded tightly together and carry a charge
- represented by two lines in a structural diagram
- name of group 18
- phase of matter with a definite shape and volume
- located to the right of the stepline
- number of electrons for hydrogen to have a full valence
- molecular geometry with 3 atoms and 1 lone pair on the central atom
- group 12 element with possible oxidation states are +1 and +2
- atom with the partial negative charge in OF2
- name of Ca(OH)2
- central atom in OF2
- type of bond present in Cl2
- name of Sr3N2
- compound composed of two types of elements

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- electron geometry of CH2O
- energy, amount of energy required to remove an electron
- goal of bonding for each element
- type of bond in CO
- most electronegative atom
- type of bond formed when sharing of electrons is equal
- calculated by subtracting needed and available electrons
- electron geometry with four electron groups around the central atom
- type of bond formed by a complete transfer of electrons
- total number of lone pairs in the molecule CF4
- name of XeF4
- group, atoms + lone pairs
- most reactive metals
- ability of an atom to attract an electron
- number of electrons that make up one covalent bond
- electron geometry of HCN
- electrons that are not bonded and drawn as dots
- number of total bonds in CBr4
- atom with the largest atomic radius
- always form nonpolar bonds
- number of valence electrons in the oxygen group

**44 Clues:** name of XeF4 • name of Sr3N2 • name of Ca(OH)2 • name of group 18 • type of bond in CO • central atom in CO2 • central atom in OF2 • most reactive metals • scientific name of water • electron geometry of HCN • electron geometry of CH2O • most electronegative atom • molecular geometry of SH2 • group, atoms + lone pairs • always form nonpolar bonds • element with twelve protons • ...

### Hellenistic Culture 2021-12-31

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- major New Greek Comedy poet
- known as the father of medicine
- hellenistic writer who wrote Argonautica
- person who came close to finding the value of pi
- Archimedes was an inventor who developed machinery and _ _ _ (3 words)
- the purpose of life is to find happiness and peace
- geometry of figures whose parts all lie in one plane (2 words)

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- philosopher who developed Stoicism
- measurement of the outer boundary of a circle
- person who advanced plane geometry
- philosophy of repressing emotion
- librarian at Alexandria who thought the earth was round
- geometry of solid figures (2 word)
- established that Earth revolves around the sun

**14 Clues:** major New Greek Comedy poet • known as the father of medicine • philosophy of repressing emotion • person who advanced plane geometry • geometry of solid figures (2 word) • philosopher who developed Stoicism • hellenistic writer who wrote Argonautica • measurement of the outer boundary of a circle • established that Earth revolves around the sun • ...

### All About Me (well not ALL, just a little) 2023-11-23

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- What I say when I don't know what to say
- Favorite ice cream flavor
- Dream dog
- Algebra or geometry
- Least favorite food
- Most used word to describe me
- Most felt emotions
- Favorite book and movie genre
- How many siblings I have
- I don't actually mean this
- I'm just speechless
- My favorite color

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- Favorite song
- Favorite holiday
- Dream job
- Rainy or sunny
- Biggest fear
- My least favorite saying
- My response to almost anything
- Favorite number
- Color of my eyes
- My favoritist person ever

**22 Clues:** Dream job • Dream dog • Biggest fear • Favorite song • Rainy or sunny • Favorite number • Favorite holiday • Color of my eyes • My favorite color • Most felt emotions • Algebra or geometry • Least favorite food • I'm just speechless • My least favorite saying • How many siblings I have • Favorite ice cream flavor • My favoritist person ever • I don't actually mean this • Most used word to describe me • ...

### Geometry 2020-12-09

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- / A segment joining a vertex to the opposite side so that it is perpindicular to that side
- / Not parallel and they don't touch
- / A closed figure formed by three or more line segments called sides
- Of Exterior Angles / 360 Degrees
- Angles / 180 Degrees
- / A triangle that has all equal sides
- Angle / 90 Degrees
- / A segment joining a vertex to the midpoint of the opposite side
- / Opposite and flipped fraction
- Addition Postulate / Part + Part = Whole

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- / The class we are in
- / 3 sides
- Angles / 2 angles that are directly across from each other on intersecting lines and they are always congruent
- Triangles / Triangles that have the same shape and size
- / 4 sides
- / A quadrilateral in which both pairs of opposite sides are parallel
- / 10 sides
- of Interior Angles / S = (n-2) x 180
- Lines / Lines that go on forever but never intersect
- / A triangle with 2 congruent sides
- Theorem / a^2 + b^2 = c^2

**21 Clues:** / 3 sides • / 4 sides • / 10 sides • Angle / 90 Degrees • / The class we are in • Angles / 180 Degrees • Theorem / a^2 + b^2 = c^2 • / Opposite and flipped fraction • Of Exterior Angles / 360 Degrees • / Not parallel and they don't touch • / A triangle with 2 congruent sides • of Interior Angles / S = (n-2) x 180 • / A triangle that has all equal sides • ...

### Geometry 2020-12-09

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- / 4 sides
- / A segment joining a vertex to the opposite side so that it is perpindicular to that side
- / 3 sides
- / The class we are in
- / A triangle with 2 congruent sides
- / Not parallel and they don't touch
- T-Line/90 Degrees
- Angles / 2 angles that are directly across from each other on intersecting lines and they are always congruent
- Lines / Lines that go on forever but never intersect
- Of Exterior Angles / 360 Degrees
- Theorem / a^2 + b^2 = c^2
- / 10 sides

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- / A triangle that has all equal sides
- Angles / 180 Degrees
- Angle / 90 Degrees
- of Interior Angles / S = (n-2) x 180
- / A segment joining a vertex to the midpoint of the opposite side
- / Opposite and flipped fraction
- Triangles / Triangles that have the same shape and size
- / A closed figure formed by three or more line segments called sides
- Addition Postulate / Part + Part = Whole
- / A quadrilateral in which both pairs of opposite sides are parallel

**22 Clues:** / 4 sides • / 3 sides • / 10 sides • T-Line/90 Degrees • Angle / 90 Degrees • Angles / 180 Degrees • / The class we are in • Theorem / a^2 + b^2 = c^2 • / Opposite and flipped fraction • Of Exterior Angles / 360 Degrees • / A triangle with 2 congruent sides • / Not parallel and they don't touch • of Interior Angles / S = (n-2) x 180 • ...

### Geometry 2021-05-20

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- has no straight lines.
- 3D figure of a square.
- The half of the diameter
- Length x width x height
- Angle of 180º
- A type of triangle that has only TWO sides of the same length.
- A figure with at least 3 straight sides and angles.
- A straight line that passes from side to side in the center of a circle.
- Line that goes only in ONE direction.
- Space between two intersecting lines meet.

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- Quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides.
- The unit measurement o angles.
- a figure that has 2 sets of parallel lines.
- Motion of a circular movement with a fixed point.
- shape with 2 sets of parallel lines and all sides have the same length.
- Flat closed shape of 4 straight sides.
- Distance around the edge of a shape.
- a mark connecting 2 points.
- Point where 3 or more edges meet.
- Base x height.

**20 Clues:** Angle of 180º • Base x height. • has no straight lines. • 3D figure of a square. • Length x width x height • The half of the diameter • a mark connecting 2 points. • The unit measurement o angles. • Point where 3 or more edges meet. • Distance around the edge of a shape. • Line that goes only in ONE direction. • Flat closed shape of 4 straight sides. • ...

### geometry 2021-05-18

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- A three-dimensional figure with identical ends. Named after the two-dimensional shape at the ends. For instance a rectangular prism has identical rectangles at each end. A hexagonal prism has identical hexagons at each end: triangular prism square prism (also called a cube) rectangular prism pentagonal prism hexagonal prism heptagonal prism octagonal prism.
- called a diamond.
- Also known as corner/corners. The point at which two sides of a two-dimensional figure or two edges of a three-dimensional figure meet.
- A three-dimensional figure with identical equilateral squares as faces (a cube is also a prism see square prism below).
- Surface planes of three-dimensional shapes.
- A two-dimensional closed four-sided figure with four right angles.
- Two lines that meet to make a corner.
- A three-dimensional figure on which the faces are triangular and converge to a single point at the top. Pyramids are named after the shape of their base (triangular pyramid square pyramid rectangular pyramid).
- A specific position on a line plane or in space.
- terms, Words and phrases that describe the location of an object in relation to other objects, including words like on under on top of next to in front of behind beneath underneath inside outside at/on the bottom/top between and adjacent to (this is just a sample there are many more).
- A closed figure with six sides.
- A closed four-sided figure with parallel opposite sides. A square is a special kind of rhombus.
- Without a curve.
- Two lines in a two-dimensional space that do not meet (for example the opposite sides of a square). A parallelogram has two sets of parallel lines.
- A flat two-dimensional surface upon which two-dimensional objects (e.g. circle square) can lie or the face of a three-dimensional object as it creates a surface (e.g. face of a cube); the dimensions of which are infinite.

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- A round body whose surface is at all points equidistant from the center.
- A special type of rectangle that has equilateral (same length) sides and parallel opposite sides.
- A solid or hollow object that tapers from a circular or roughly circular base to a point.
- Line segments in geometric figures that compose the exterior of the object.
- A closed figure with seven sides.
- The meeting of two faces on a three-dimensional shape.
- A two-dimensional shape in which all points on the curved line are equidistant from a center point.
- A closed figure with eight sides.
- A closed figure with three sides.
- Sides that are the same length.
- Identical in size and shape.
- Having curvy or undulating attributes (e.g. ocean octopus tentacles).
- Terminology to describe the dimensions of an object or set. With young children the terms large medium small taller shorter longer less than and greater than are all appropriate.
- An informal word to describe angles of objects.
- Having a plane-like quality.
- A closed figure with five sides.

**31 Clues:** Without a curve. • called a diamond. • Identical in size and shape. • Having a plane-like quality. • Sides that are the same length. • A closed figure with six sides. • A closed figure with five sides. • A closed figure with seven sides. • A closed figure with eight sides. • A closed figure with three sides. • Two lines that meet to make a corner. • ...

### Geometry 2022-05-26

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- Moving every point of a figure
- Comparison between 2 numbers
- Proof that an angle/line is equal to itself
- Changing the size of a figure
- Two angles that add up to 90 degrees
- Lines that intersect at 90 degrees
- Equal and comparable lines/angles
- The X-axis intersects with the Y-axis
- Halfway through the diameter of a circle
- Two angles that add up to 180 degrees
- Shape with 5 sides and 5 angles

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- The middle part of a line segment
- Lines that always are the same distance apart
- Statement that 2 ratios are equal
- Mirror image of a shape
- Moving a figure at an angle saving 1 point
- Shape with 6 sides 6 angles
- Distance around the edge of a circle
- Describes the direction and steepness of a line
- Shape with 8 sides 8 angles

**20 Clues:** Mirror image of a shape • Shape with 6 sides 6 angles • Shape with 8 sides 8 angles • Comparison between 2 numbers • Changing the size of a figure • Moving every point of a figure • Shape with 5 sides and 5 angles • The middle part of a line segment • Statement that 2 ratios are equal • Equal and comparable lines/angles • Lines that intersect at 90 degrees • ...

### Geometry 2022-06-03

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- An angle more than 90 degrees
- What word is used to prove a statement?
- Vertex point has a value of 180 degrees
- Transformation that uses mirroring
- An angle less than 90 degrees
- Greek letter that represents an unknown angle
- One of the trigonometric functions that are Adjacent/Opposite
- A part of a line with one end point
- Angles that together measure to 90 degrees
- Where a dot represents a location in space called?
- One of the trigonometric functions that are opposite/Adjacent
- A pair of angles that share a common side and vertex
- Angle inside of a polygon

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- Length of a circle
- One of the trigonometric functions that are opposite/hypotenuse
- What point divides a segment into 2 congruent segments?
- Coplanar lines that don't intersect
- What word is used to change into a new figure?
- An angle equal to 90 degrees
- the action of reducing the size of a figure
- Transformation that uses sliding
- Original figure before it is transformed
- The longest side of a right-angled triangle
- Transformation that uses turning

**24 Clues:** Length of a circle • Angle inside of a polygon • An angle equal to 90 degrees • An angle more than 90 degrees • An angle less than 90 degrees • Transformation that uses sliding • Transformation that uses turning • Transformation that uses mirroring • Coplanar lines that don't intersect • A part of a line with one end point • What word is used to prove a statement? • ...

### Geometry 2022-05-19

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- an expression of more than two algebraic terms
- a number that can be made by dividing two integers
- a number or a algebraic expression that divides about her number or expression evenly
- the highest Point; the top or apex
- a number or letter written above and to the right of a mathematical expression
- the behavior of the graph of the functions at the "ends"
- those whose graph is a straight line
- the symbol that is used to denote square root
- a value or values we can put in place of a variable

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- any really number that cannot be expressed
- a relation from a set of inputs to a set of possible outputs
- the set of it’s possible inputs
- polynomial function of a degree 2
- the difference between the highest and lowest value
- the value of x when f(x) is equal to 0
- the point where a line crosses the x-axis
- a numerical quantity that is not a whole number
- the sets Of points in the plane that are equal. Start from a point and a line
- first, outside, inside, last
- numerical measure of a line inclination relative to horizontal

**20 Clues:** first, outside, inside, last • the set of it’s possible inputs • polynomial function of a degree 2 • the highest Point; the top or apex • those whose graph is a straight line • the value of x when f(x) is equal to 0 • the point where a line crosses the x-axis • any really number that cannot be expressed • the symbol that is used to denote square root • ...

### Geometry 2022-05-19

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- an expression of more than two algebraic terms
- a number that can be made by dividing two integers
- a number or a algebraic expression that divides about her number or expression evenly
- the highest Point; the top or apex
- a number or letter written above and to the right of a mathematical expression
- the behavior of the graph of the functions at the "ends"
- those whose graph is a straight line
- the symbol that is used to denote square root
- a value or values we can put in place of a variable

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- any really number that cannot be expressed
- a relation from a set of inputs to a set of possible outputs
- the set of it’s possible inputs
- polynomial function of a degree 2
- the difference between the highest and lowest value
- the value of x when f(x) is equal to 0
- the point where a line crosses the x-axis
- a numerical quantity that is not a whole number
- the sets Of points in the plane that are equal. Start from a point and a line
- first, outside, inside, last
- numerical measure of a line inclination relative to horizontal

**20 Clues:** first, outside, inside, last • the set of it’s possible inputs • polynomial function of a degree 2 • the highest Point; the top or apex • those whose graph is a straight line • the value of x when f(x) is equal to 0 • the point where a line crosses the x-axis • any really number that cannot be expressed • the symbol that is used to denote square root • ...

### Geometry 2022-06-01

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- used to find the hypotenuse length
- transforming an object via "sliding"
- transforming a shape over a line or axis
- SSS SAS ASA AAS HL
- Volume units are ____
- affect each other's odds
- Triangle with no equal sides
- Area units are _____
- Also called the "rise over run"

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- dot on a grid's location
- Opposite over adjacent
- transforming a shape around a point
- angles that equal 90
- angles that equal 180
- do not affect each other's odds
- Triangle with three equal sides
- Opposite over hypotenuse
- Adjacent over hypotenuse
- Halfway mark on a line or line segment
- Triangle with two equal sides

**20 Clues:** SSS SAS ASA AAS HL • angles that equal 90 • Area units are _____ • angles that equal 180 • Volume units are ____ • Opposite over adjacent • dot on a grid's location • Opposite over hypotenuse • Adjacent over hypotenuse • affect each other's odds • Triangle with no equal sides • Triangle with two equal sides • do not affect each other's odds • Triangle with three equal sides • ...

### Geometry 2022-10-09

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- divide 4 regions H:x-axis V:y-axis
- same measure
- side polygon direction which the height is measure in figure
- straight path one end to other end
- location of the point
- distance around the circle
- point divides into two points
- unit to represent the measurement
- length starts and stop points on line segment
- angle an angle less than 90 degrees

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- add side length of close plane figure
- an angle
- not overlapping unit squares of size of plane figure
- segment two segment have the same line
- figure form two rays same end points
- angle two angle same section but no common points
- something is tall
- circumference or 3.14
- shape result transformation as the preimage
- angle two angle equal to 90 degrees
- points at end of segment of starting a ray

**21 Clues:** an angle • same measure • something is tall • circumference or 3.14 • location of the point • distance around the circle • point divides into two points • unit to represent the measurement • divide 4 regions H:x-axis V:y-axis • straight path one end to other end • angle two angle equal to 90 degrees • angle an angle less than 90 degrees • figure form two rays same end points • ...

### Geometry 2022-10-14

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- The endpoint of an angle
- The distance around the edge of a shape
- The measurement of an object along the y-axis
- Extends from the center of a circle to the circumference
- The longest side of a right triangle
- When a set of points lie on the same line
- When a set of points are on the same plane
- When 2 lines meet at a common endpoint
- Ways to change the shape/positions of a figure

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- The length of a circle
- A measure for angles
- When 2 lines intersect at 90°
- The total space taken up by any shape of an object
- The size of a line segment
- A point at the end of a line segment or ray
- A straight figure extending infinitely in both directions
- Represented by a dot and names a location
- A flat surface that extends forever
- A part of a line that has a starting point but no endpoint
- The ratio of the circumference of a circle to the diameter

**20 Clues:** A measure for angles • The length of a circle • The endpoint of an angle • The size of a line segment • When 2 lines intersect at 90° • A flat surface that extends forever • The longest side of a right triangle • When 2 lines meet at a common endpoint • The distance around the edge of a shape • Represented by a dot and names a location • ...

### Geometry 2022-10-14

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- The length of a circle
- A straight figure extending infinitely in both directions
- A flat surface that extends forever
- The measurement of an object along the y-axis
- The longest side of a right triangle
- Ways to change the shape/positions of a figure
- The endpoint of an angle
- The total space taken up by any shape of an object
- The ratio of the circumference of a circle to the diameter
- Extends from the center of a circle to the circumference
- When 2 lines intersect at 90°

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- The size of a line segment
- The distance around the edge of a shape
- When a set of points lie on the same line
- Represented by a dot and names a location
- When a set of points are on the same plane
- A point at the end of a line segment or ray
- A measure for angles
- When 2 lines meet at a common endpoint
- A part of a line that has a starting point but no endpoint

**20 Clues:** A measure for angles • The length of a circle • The endpoint of an angle • The size of a line segment • When 2 lines intersect at 90° • A flat surface that extends forever • The longest side of a right triangle • When 2 lines meet at a common endpoint • The distance around the edge of a shape • When a set of points lie on the same line • ...

### Geometry 2020-05-22

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- a shape with 8 sides
- <---->
- a=L*H
- A = B. B = C.
- ---->
- A2 + B2 = C2
- two equal numbers opposite of each other on the transversal on two parallel lines.
- all the sides of a shape added together
- one triangle has three of these.

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- A shape with 10 sides
- a triangle with three unequal sides
- If and only if.
- p = q -> q = p
- a shape with 7 sides
- d = (x2-x1)2 +(y2-y1)2
- +----+
- a dot on a line or plane
- an angle smaller than 90 degrees
- a line that cuts a shape into two equal sides
- 2 numbers on the same side of the transversal between to parallel lines.

**20 Clues:** a=L*H • ----> • <----> • +----+ • A2 + B2 = C2 • A = B. B = C. • p = q -> q = p • If and only if. • a shape with 8 sides • a shape with 7 sides • A shape with 10 sides • d = (x2-x1)2 +(y2-y1)2 • a dot on a line or plane • an angle smaller than 90 degrees • one triangle has three of these. • a triangle with three unequal sides • all the sides of a shape added together • ...

### Geometry 2017-03-29

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- point that divides a segment
- statement that is believed to be true
- statement thought to be true without proof
- sum of side lengths of a closed plane figure
- triangle whose sides are all different
- triangle whose sides are all the same
- 180 degree angle
- angle with a measure larger than 90 but less than 180 degrees
- angle with measure of 90 degrees
- 7 sided polygon

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- two males that equal 90 degrees
- distance around a circle
- 4 sided polygon
- straight path with no ending
- six sided polygon
- triangle with two sides that are the same
- a proven statement
- a line with 2 endpoints
- angle with a measure less than 90 degrees
- names a location, has no size

**20 Clues:** 4 sided polygon • 7 sided polygon • 180 degree angle • six sided polygon • a proven statement • a line with 2 endpoints • distance around a circle • point that divides a segment • straight path with no ending • names a location, has no size • two males that equal 90 degrees • angle with measure of 90 degrees • statement that is believed to be true • triangle whose sides are all the same • ...

### Geometry 2018-12-12

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- An angle of a triangle that is formed by the legs of a triangle. | This is the angle between the two other angles of a triangle.
- An angle formed by two sides that share a common vertex. | Any of the angles of a triangle can be this.
- Its endpoints are on a circle and at its center at the halfway point. | This is half of the diameter.
- This has two points that lie on a circle with all points in between. | The unbroken part of a circle.
- A triangle that has three congruent angles. | The angles of this triangle are all 60*
- An arc whose endpoints are on the exterior of a corresponding central angle. | The measure of this arc is equal to 360 degrees minus the central angle.
- An angle whose vertex is on a circle | Angle whose sides contain chords of the circle.
- Sentence made based upon a figure | D is the midpoint of segment BC.
- Two angles whose sum is 90 degrees. | 45 and 45 are _____________ ______.
- An arc whose endpoints lie on the endpoints of the diameter, | The measure of this arc is 180 degrees.
- Statement that is being proved is assumed to be false | This is not true because _____.
- A triangle in which has two equal sides. | Is almost like an equilateral triangle, but not quite.
- The distance along a circular arc measured in linear units. | This is found by the formula named after this concept.
- Maps points onto other points of a plane | Rigid and non-rigid motions are this.
- Lines that do not intersect | Segment R is congruent to segment S.
- An angle less than 180 degrees. | This angle's vertex lies at the center of a circle.

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- This is formed by swapping the hypothesis and conclusion. | The opposite of something.
- A line that intersects a circle at exactly one point. | The point of tangency is where this and a circle intersect.
- Argument using logic to prove conclusion as true | 'Given' is a word commonly used for this.
- Nonadjacent angle formed by two intersecting lines | This is called a kissing angle, too.
- A triangle whose sides are all equal. | Is almost like an isosceles triangle but one thing about this shape differs.
- This supports and proves statements. | An example of this is, 'Definition of midpoint.'
- Its endpoints lie on the circle at the halfway point. | This is twice the radius.
- An angle formed by one side of a polygon and the extension of an adjacent side. | Is complimentary with adjacent angle.
- Two angles whose sum is 180 degrees. | 60 and 120 are _____________ ______.
- Changes position of figure but not other properties. | Translations are this.
- Motions, Size or shape changes as it moves position. | Dilation is this type of motion.
- Having the same size and shape. | Can be used to define two different line segments.
- An arc whose points are on or in the interior of a corresponding interior angle. | The measure of this arc is equal to the measure of the central angle.
- Segment whose endpoints lie on a circle | Makes up the inscribed angle.

**30 Clues:** Lines that do not intersect | Segment R is congruent to segment S. • Sentence made based upon a figure | D is the midpoint of segment BC. • Segment whose endpoints lie on a circle | Makes up the inscribed angle. • Two angles whose sum is 90 degrees. | 45 and 45 are _____________ ______. • ...

### Geometry 2018-12-12

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- An arc whose points are on or in the interior of a corresponding interior angle. | The measure of this arc is equal to the measure of the central angle.
- Nonadjacent angle formed by two intersecting lines | This is called a kissing angle, too.
- Statement that is being proved is assumed to be false | This is not true because _____.
- Maps points onto other points of a plane | Rigid and non-rigid motions are this.
- Segment whose endpoints lie on a circle | Makes up the inscribed angle.
- An angle whose vertex is on a circle | Angle whose sides contain chords of the circle.
- An arc whose endpoints lie on the endpoints of the diameter, | The measure of this arc is 180 degrees.
- This supports and proves statements. | An example of this is, 'Definition of midpoint.'
- This is formed by swapping the hypothesis and conclusion. | The opposite of something.
- Its endpoints are on a circle and at its center at the halfway point. | This is half of the diameter.
- An arc whose endpoints are on the exterior of a corresponding central angle. | The measure of this arc is equal to 360 degrees minus the central angle.
- This has two points that lie on a circle with all points in between. | The unbroken part of a circle.
- The distance along a circular arc measured in linear units. | This is found by the formula named after this concept.
- An angle formed by one side of a polygon and the extension of an adjacent side. | Is complimentary with adjacent angle.
- A line that intersects a circle at exactly one point. | The point of tangency is where this and a circle intersect.
- A triangle that has three congruent angles. | The angles of this triangle are all 60*
- Two angles whose sum is 180 degrees. | 60 and 120 are _____________ ______.
- Lines that do not intersect | Segment R is congruent to segment S.

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- Sentence made based upon a figure | D is the midpoint of segment BC.
- Argument using logic to prove conclusion as true | 'Given' is a word commonly used for this.
- Changes position of figure but not other properties. | Translations are this.
- A triangle in which has two equal sides. | Is almost like an equilateral triangle, but not quite.
- Two angles whose sum is 90 degrees. | 45 and 45 are _____________ ______.
- A triangle whose sides are all equal. | Is almost like an isosceles triangle but one thing about this shape differs.
- Motions, Size or shape changes as it moves position. | Dilation is this type of motion.
- An angle of a triangle that is formed by the legs of a triangle. | This is the angle between the two other angles of a triangle.
- An angle less than 180 degrees. | This angle's vertex lies at the center of a circle.
- An angle formed by two sides that share a common vertex. | Any of the angles of a triangle can be this.
- Having the same size and shape. | Can be used to define two different line segments.
- Its endpoints lie on the circle at the halfway point. | This is twice the radius.

**30 Clues:** Lines that do not intersect | Segment R is congruent to segment S. • Sentence made based upon a figure | D is the midpoint of segment BC. • Segment whose endpoints lie on a circle | Makes up the inscribed angle. • Two angles whose sum is 90 degrees. | 45 and 45 are _____________ ______. • ...

### Geometry 2019-05-08

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- a line down the middle of a circle
- it's the halfway point of a circle
- blank equals 3.14
- a blank has equal sides
- blank is the same as 90 degrees
- blank is a type of math
- it's not a square but a blank
- a triangle that has 2 equal sides
- blank is the point of a shape
- blank is the inside space of a shape

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- blank is the distance around a circle
- the opposite sides of a blank are equal
- a big version of a triangle
- blank is how you find the area of a 3-D shape
- blank is that same as perpendicular
- a triangle that has all sides equal
- Egypt has these things
- a blank equals 180
- a small version of a triangle
- blank is the angular point of a shape
- blank makes up other things

**21 Clues:** blank equals 3.14 • a blank equals 180 • Egypt has these things • a blank has equal sides • blank is a type of math • a big version of a triangle • blank makes up other things • it's not a square but a blank • a small version of a triangle • blank is the point of a shape • blank is the same as 90 degrees • a triangle that has 2 equal sides • a line down the middle of a circle • ...

### geometry 2019-10-21

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- x or y
- at an angle of 90° to a given line, plane, or surface.
- a parallelogram with opposite equal acute angles, opposite equal obtuse angles, and four equal sides.
- a half of a circle or of its circumference.
- at equal distances.
- the conceptual operation of inverting a system or event with respect to a plane, each element being transferred perpendicularly through the plane to a point the same distance the other side of it.
- a general proposition not self-evident but proved by a chain of reasoning; a truth established by means of accepted truths.
- a solid or hollow object which tapers from a circular or roughly circular base to a point.
- a plane figure with five straight sides and five angles.
- relating to geometry, or according to its methods.
- a unit of angle, equal to an angle at the center of a circle whose arc is equal in length to the radius.
- the gradient of a graph at any point.

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- (of a quantity) having only magnitude, not direction.
- a plane figure with eight straight sides and eight angles.
- never intersect
- a half of a sphere.
- not collinear
- a way, especially one of several possible variations, in which a set or number of things can be ordered or arranged
- cot coplanar
- longest side of a triangle
- A tangent is an object, like a line, which touches a curve.
- (of a pair of lines) neither parallel nor intersecting.
- a quadrilateral with only one pair of parallel sides.
- the point or place where something begins, arises, or is derived.
- Side a straight line that has been rotated around a point on another line to form an angle measured in a clockwise or counterclockwise direction
- evenly divisible only by itself and one

**26 Clues:** x or y • cot coplanar • not collinear • never intersect • a half of a sphere. • at equal distances. • longest side of a triangle • the gradient of a graph at any point. • evenly divisible only by itself and one • a half of a circle or of its circumference. • relating to geometry, or according to its methods. • (of a quantity) having only magnitude, not direction. • ...

### Geometry 2019-10-17

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- a line that touches either end of the circle
- a number which is used to show how big something is or how much something is
- a shape that is two less than or equal to 90 degrees drawn as one and combined together
- segments- part of a figure cut off by a line that has the same length
- a sentence that is put behind the"then" sentence
- the measure of a line
- a measurement which is used to calculate the circumference and area of a circle;3.14
- angle- a measurement that is exactly 90 degrees
- 4 lateral lines that are used to create a shape and is connected with ends of the other's line/lines
- shape that is made with linear lines and is not 3d or 1d
- a measurement which is length which gives you a estimate of how much of something you need outside the area's coverage
- angle-two inclinations that are greater than or equal to 90 degrees but less than or equal to 180 degrees

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- a sentence that is used to make a hypothesis and conclusion neither false nor true
- a flipped mirror image across the x-axis or y-axis
- a measurement that tells you how much of something you need to cover it up completely
- a 1d shape that does not have any density so therefore it goes on and on
- something that proves to a person that the statement is not a true one
- dot that is put in the middle of a line therefore "cutting" the line in half
- terms- a shape that is not used in more complex shapes
- sentence that is used to switch the hypothesis and conclusion
- a shape that moves each dot the exact measures in matching directions
- two numbers that tell you a thing or person's position on the map
- or more lines that have something to share between them

**23 Clues:** the measure of a line • a line that touches either end of the circle • angle- a measurement that is exactly 90 degrees • a sentence that is put behind the"then" sentence • a flipped mirror image across the x-axis or y-axis • terms- a shape that is not used in more complex shapes • or more lines that have something to share between them • ...

### Geometry 2020-02-13

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- a flat surface of a 3D object
- a solid object with 2 congruent and parallel bases
- the surface included inside set lines
- figures that have the same shape but are not necessarily the same size
- an irrational number that is found by dividing a circle's circumference by its diameter
- a closed solid that has 2 parallel usually curved bases connected by a curved surface
- the ratio of 2 corresponding lengths in similar geometric shapes
- area the sum of all of the areas of a 3D object's faces
- a solid object with a polygon base and a vertex (point) at the the opposite end with triangular sides
- a technique used to measure the height of an inaccessible object such as buildings or trees
- the border or outer boundary of a 2 dimensional figure
- a pattern made when the flat surfaces of a 3D object is laid our showing each face

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- the distance from the center to any point on the edge of a circle
- the same shape and the same size
- one of two parallel congruent sides of a 3D object
- the distance through the center of the circle
- the amount of space a 3D object fills
- used to measure distances or lengths that are difficult to measure directly
- a 3D shape that has flat surfaces and straight edges
- the distance around a circle
- the intersection of 2 faces this is a line

**21 Clues:** the distance around a circle • a flat surface of a 3D object • the same shape and the same size • the amount of space a 3D object fills • the surface included inside set lines • the intersection of 2 faces this is a line • the distance through the center of the circle • one of two parallel congruent sides of a 3D object • ...

### Geometry 2021-01-20

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- where an image moves
- a shape with all equal sides and angles
- all sides the same
- series of shapes forming a sort of tiling
- is like a translation but on the coordinate system
- you can draw lines in a shape and it’s always the same on both sides
- flips over its own axis
- one right angle and two acute ones
- how something is represented in appearance
- the point that something is rotated on

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- a y and x axis with positive and negative coordinates
- 3 angles less than 90°
- two sides of equal length
- where two shapes are the same but different sizes or angles
- 3 unequal sides
- when an image pivots into another position
- one quarter of the coordinate system
- how an images position appears
- one interior angle over 90°
- any movement in a shape
- it always looks them same when you rotate it

**21 Clues:** 3 unequal sides • all sides the same • where an image moves • 3 angles less than 90° • any movement in a shape • flips over its own axis • two sides of equal length • one interior angle over 90° • how an images position appears • one right angle and two acute ones • one quarter of the coordinate system • the point that something is rotated on • a shape with all equal sides and angles • ...

### Geometry 2021-09-09

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- An angle that equals 360° (a full circle); also revolution
- An angle greater than 90° but less than 180°
- A triangle that has one of its angles equal to 90° and a small square to represent it
- Quadrilateral in which two pairs of adjacent sides are equal in length and one pair of opposite angles are equal
- Angles that add to 90°
- A triangle with all sides equal in length and all equal angles
- quadrilateral Quadrilateral that does not have any special properties
- A parallelogram in which all sides are equal and opposite angles are equal
- An angle greater than 0° but less than 90°
- An angle that equals 90°
- Quadrilateral in which one pair of opposite sides is parallel

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- Quadrilateral with both pairs of opposite sides parallel to each other
- Angles add to 180°
- A triangle that has two sides of equal length and two opposite angles that are also equal
- Parallelogram in which all sides are equal and all angles are equal to 90°
- A triangle that has no equal sides and the angles are unequal
- Parallelogram in which the opposite sides are equal in length and all angles are equal to 90°
- An angle greater than 180° but less than 360°
- An angle that equals 180°
- 2-dimensional closed shape formed by four straight lines
- 2-dimensional, closed shape formed by three straight lines

**21 Clues:** Angles add to 180° • Angles that add to 90° • An angle that equals 90° • An angle that equals 180° • An angle greater than 0° but less than 90° • An angle greater than 90° but less than 180° • An angle greater than 180° but less than 360° • 2-dimensional closed shape formed by four straight lines • An angle that equals 360° (a full circle); also revolution • ...

### Geometry 2021-04-19

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### geometry 2023-02-09

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- triangle with all congruent side lengths
- a four sided shape
- that are not equal
- a unit of measurement of angles
- the height of the triangle
- two sides of the same length
- when a shape is equal to itself
- three sided shape
- statements that prove a math statement true
- value in the middle of a data set

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- lines that intersect at 90 degrees
- a line that divides an angle
- the worth of something
- reflexive,symmetric,transitive
- from lowest to highest value
- triangle with two equal side lengths
- total length of a shapes boundary
- where two intersecting lines meet
- the size of a line segment
- a statement proved to be true
- a relationship between two

**21 Clues:** three sided shape • a four sided shape • that are not equal • the worth of something • the height of the triangle • the size of a line segment • a relationship between two • a line that divides an angle • from lowest to highest value • two sides of the same length • a statement proved to be true • reflexive,symmetric,transitive • a unit of measurement of angles • ...

### Geometry 2023-03-09

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- Made of a flat surface made up of points. Extends indefinitely in all directions.
- Measurable part of a line that consists of two end points. This has a definite length.
- Two angles that have the same measure. The type of angles are also the same.
- The intersection of two rays at a midpoint. The latter is known as the vertex.
- Adjacent angles that are supplementary. When combined they form a straight line.
- Points that lie on the same line. Always three or more points.
- An angle with a degree measure of 180. An example is at 6 o'clock on a clock.
- A line or ray that divides an angle into two equal parts. Meets at the incenter.

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- two angles that share a common side. "Next To" each other.
- Two angles that the measures add up to 90. Form a right angle.
- Two angles that add up to 180. Forms a straight angle.
- An angle with a degree less than 90 degrees. An example is 11 o'clock on a clock.
- Two angles directly across from each other. Always on intersecting lines.
- An angle with a degree larger than 90 degree. An example is 8 o'clock on a clock.
- Common end point of an angle. Sides always intersect each other.
- Location with no size or shape. Shown by a dot.
- Made up of points with no thickness or width. One dimensional figure that extends endlessly.
- Points that lie on the same plane. They can be any two intersecting lines.
- A line that extends indefinitely in one direction. Impossible to measure its length.
- Angle that measures 90 degrees. This is the same shape as complimentary.

**20 Clues:** Location with no size or shape. Shown by a dot. • Two angles that add up to 180. Forms a straight angle. • two angles that share a common side. "Next To" each other. • Two angles that the measures add up to 90. Form a right angle. • Points that lie on the same line. Always three or more points. • Common end point of an angle. Sides always intersect each other. • ...

### Geometry 2023-03-09

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- The adjacent leg of an angle over the hypotenuse. A basic function of trigonometry.
- An angle whose measure is less than 90 degrees.an angle whose measure is less than ninety degrees but more than zero degrees.
- The formula that is used to find the distance between two points. The equation used to find the distance between two points, when given coordinates.
- An angle that is greater than ninety degrees is a ______. An angle with a measure greater the 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees.
- Flat surfaces that extend forever in all directions. Is defined by at least 3 points.
- _____ is a ninety degree angle. An angle that equals exactly 90 degrees.
- One of the basic trigonometry functions.The opposite leg of an angle over the hypotenuse.
- Used to find the midway between two points given the points. The formula to find the midpoint.
- Two or more angles that are next to each other. Two non-overlapping agues that share common side and common vertex.
- When two lines cross at a ninety degree angle. When a right angle is formed by a pair of angles

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- A geometric figure that divides a line segment exactly in half. A line, ray or segment that passes through the midpoint of a segment.
- The intersection of two sides of a polygon. A point where two or more line segments meet.
- The set of several points between and beyond two points. A _______ is infinite in length.
- An _______ is formed when two rays share an endpoint. Made when two lines meet at a common endpoint.
- A portion of a line. The lengths finite and determined by the two endpoints.
- A location in space with no exact size or shape. Shown as a dot with a capitol letter.
- Lines that do not cross each other. Lines that will never cross each other.
- Points that lie on the same plane are____ points. Points that are on the same plane.
- Points that are on the same line are_______. A set of points that lie on a straight line.
- A part of a line that has an endpoint and another end that extends into infinity. A part of a line that has one endpoint but is otherwise unbounded.

**20 Clues:** _____ is a ninety degree angle. An angle that equals exactly 90 degrees. • Lines that do not cross each other. Lines that will never cross each other. • A portion of a line. The lengths finite and determined by the two endpoints. • The adjacent leg of an angle over the hypotenuse. A basic function of trigonometry. • ...

### Geometry 2023-05-09

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- the measure of a regions size on a surface
- the branch of mathematics concerned with specific functions of angles and their application to calculations
- the branch of mathematics concerned with the properties and relations of points, lines,surfaces, solids,and higher dimensional analog
- the distance across a circle through the centre
- a point that is in the middle of the line joining two points
- a figure plane with four straight sides and four straight angles
- a half infinite line(also known as a half line) with one of the two points and taken to be at infinity
- a statement that can be demonstrated to be true by accepted mathematical operations and arguments
- the distance that surrounds a circle

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- the space occupied within the boundaries of an object in three-dimensional space
- a two dimensional shape with 4 sides, four vertices,and four angles
- a dot in a plane or a piece of paper
- a point where two or more curves, lines, or edges meet.
- the distance from the center of the circle to any point on its circumference
- three sided polygon
- a round plane figure whose boundary consists of points equidistant from a fixed point (the center)
- a polygon composed of four triangular faces, six straight edges, and four vertex corners.
- each pairs of opposite angles made by two intersecting lines
- a two dimensional doubly ruled surface spanned by two linearly independent vectors
- when both the hypotenuse and conclusion are negated

**20 Clues:** three sided polygon • a dot in a plane or a piece of paper • the distance that surrounds a circle • the measure of a regions size on a surface • the distance across a circle through the centre • when both the hypotenuse and conclusion are negated • a point where two or more curves, lines, or edges meet. • a point that is in the middle of the line joining two points • ...

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### Geometry 2023-05-18

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- A flat two-dimensional surface upon which two-dimensional objects (e.g., circle, square) can lie, or the face of a three-dimensional object as it creates a surface (e.g., face of a cube); the dimensions of which are infinite.
- Without a curve.
- Figures
- Two lines that meet to make a corner.
- A closed figure with three sides.
- Two lines in a two-dimensional space that do not meet (for example, the opposite sides of a square). A parallelogram has two sets of parallel lines.
- A specific position on a line, plane, or in space.
- A two-dimensional shape in which all points on the curved line are equidistant from a center point.
- Surface planes of three-dimensional shapes.
- Line segments in geometric figures that compose the exterior of the object.
- A two-dimensional, closed, four-sided figure with four right angles.

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- Also known as corner/corners. The point at which two sides of a two-dimensional figure or two edges of a three-dimensional figure meet.
- terms: Words and phrases that describe the location of an object in relation to other objects, including words like on, under, on top of, next to, in front of, behind, beneath, underneath, inside, outside, at/on the bottom/top, between, and adjacent to (this is just a sample, there are many more).
- Having a plane-like quality.
- Sides that are the same length.
- Having curvy or undulating attributes (e.g., ocean, octopus tentacles).
- A closed four-sided figure with parallel opposite sides. A square is a special kind of rhombus. Sometimes called a diamond.
- Terminology to describe the dimensions of an object or set. With young children, the terms large, medium, small, taller, shorter, longer, less than and greater than are all appropriate.
- Identical in size and shape.
- The meeting of two faces on a three-dimensional shape.
- An informal word to describe angles of objects.

**21 Clues:** Figures • Without a curve. • Having a plane-like quality. • Identical in size and shape. • Sides that are the same length. • A closed figure with three sides. • Two lines that meet to make a corner. • Surface planes of three-dimensional shapes. • An informal word to describe angles of objects. • A specific position on a line, plane, or in space. • ...

### Geometry 2023-05-17

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- a list of statements and reasons used to prove that a given mathematical concept or idea is true
- a point in time halfway between the beginning and end
- the same set of points
- A combination of two rays
- created when the hypothesis and conclusion are reversed
- an educated guess that is based on know information
- The amount of space in certain 3D
- the opposite of a given mathematical
- an example that satisfied the statement condition
- intersect at 90-degree angle forming a square corner
- lying on the same plane
- a statement that can be demonstrated to be true by accepted mathematical operations and arguments
- A point on a polygon where the sides or edges of the objects

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- the total measurement of all edges of a shape
- A statement joining two events together based on a condition
- a statement also know as an axiom, which is taken to be true without proof
- the process of arriving at a conclusion based on a set of observation
- any closed curve consisting of a set of line segments
- lying on or passing through the same straight line
- an unproved statement which is supported by all the available data and by many results
- A combination of two rays with common endpoints
- A line that divides the line segment into 2 equal parts
- when both the hypothesis and conclusion are negated

**23 Clues:** the same set of points • lying on the same plane • A combination of two rays • The amount of space in certain 3D • the opposite of a given mathematical • the total measurement of all edges of a shape • A combination of two rays with common endpoints • an example that satisfied the statement condition • lying on or passing through the same straight line • ...

### Geometry 2023-05-17

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- the quantitative relation between two amounts showing the number of times one value contains or is contained within the other.
- If two figures can be placed precisely over each other,
- a straight one-dimensional figure that does not have a thickness, and it extends endlessly in both directions.
- the set of all points in the plane that are a fixed distance (the radius) from a fixed point (the centre)
- a closed 2-D shape, having 4 sides, 4 corners, and 4 right angles (90°).
- a triangle with all three sides of equal length ,
- a half-infinite line (also known as a half-line) with one of the two points and. taken to be at infinity.
- A 2D polygon with five sides and five angles
- linear dimensions (length, width, height, diameter, perimeter), area, or volume.
- a particular type of line segment joining two vertices in a polygon, polyhedron, or higher-dimensional polytope.

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- of two rays (half-lines) with a common endpoint.
- the measure of the size of an object, such as a box, usually given as length, width, and height.
- a piece or part of a line having two endpoints.
- a combination of two rays (half-lines) with a common endpoint.
- lying or moving in the same direction but always the same distance apart.
- a polygon on the boundary of a polyhedron.
- a 3-sided polygon sometimes (but not very commonly) called the trigon.
- a six-sided polygon.
- location represented by a dot
- a manifold and an algebraic variety
- Having curvy or undulating attributes

**21 Clues:** a six-sided polygon. • location represented by a dot • a manifold and an algebraic variety • Having curvy or undulating attributes • a polygon on the boundary of a polyhedron. • A 2D polygon with five sides and five angles • a piece or part of a line having two endpoints. • of two rays (half-lines) with a common endpoint. • ...

### Geometry 2023-05-23

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- the measure of any side or angle is equal to itself
- add to 180 degrees
- form a straight line together
- the number of square units needed to fill up a region on a flat surface
- have equal measure
- equal to the measure of the intercepted arc
- add to 90 degrees
- the distance around a 2-dimensional object's exterior
- a point that divides a line segment into two parts of equal length
- theorem used for right triangles

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- the study of geometry on a coordinate grid
- correspond to the same position
- the ratio between any pair of corresponding sides in similar figures
- half the measure of intercepted arc
- a rigid transformation that involves sliding a figure to a new location
- ratio of corresponding sides
- the sum of the three angles in any triangle is 180 degrees
- a segment that connects the midpoints of any two sides of a triangle
- a rigid transformation that involves flipping a figure over the line of reflection
- set of points a fixed distance from a center and is defined by a central angle

**20 Clues:** add to 90 degrees • add to 180 degrees • have equal measure • ratio of corresponding sides • form a straight line together • correspond to the same position • theorem used for right triangles • half the measure of intercepted arc • the study of geometry on a coordinate grid • equal to the measure of the intercepted arc • the measure of any side or angle is equal to itself • ...

### Geometry 2023-05-22

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- an angle that is less than or equal to 90 degrees is
- two lines that never meet are
- an angle that is equal too or above 180 degrees is
- the total of all of the sides of a shape added up
- two angles that add up to 180 degrees
- the surface of any thing
- two angles that add up to 90 degrees
- a symmetrical, 3D, 6 sided shape
- if two things are exactly the same, they are ___
- the middle of a line
- the length between one end of a circle to the other
- when two sides of a shape are the same
- the length in between the center and the circumference
- a shape with no angles
- a shape with four equal, straight sides and 4 equal angles

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- any shape with 4 sides
- the volume of an object
- a triangle with 3 congruent angles is
- a shape with four side with the opposite sides being parallel
- the point where two lines intersect
- a 3 sided shape with angles that add to 180
- the space an object takes up
- the outline of a circle
- lines that intersect to form 2 right angles are
- a dot that tells location

**25 Clues:** the middle of a line • any shape with 4 sides • a shape with no angles • the volume of an object • the outline of a circle • the surface of any thing • a dot that tells location • the space an object takes up • two lines that never meet are • a symmetrical, 3D, 6 sided shape • the point where two lines intersect • two angles that add up to 90 degrees • ...

### geometry 2023-05-26

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- The measure of a right angle in degrees
- Two lines that never intersect
- A triangle with two sides of equal length
- A closed shape with straight sides
- 3D shape with a circular base of which it's sides move up to one point
- The T in SohCahToa
- Polygon with three sides
- A four-sided polygon
- The point where two rays of an angle meet
- Same size and shape

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- Mathematics in terms of shapes
- Used in the final step of Pythagorean theorem
- The amount of space inside a 2D shape
- Center point of a line
- The longest side of a right triangle
- The amount of space in a 3D shape
- Divide in two equal parts
- A line meeting another line at a 90 degree angle
- Theorem that is used to find missing sides of right triangles
- Graph that can be used to prove similarity or congruence
- A straight path that extends infinitely in both directions

**21 Clues:** The T in SohCahToa • Same size and shape • A four-sided polygon • Center point of a line • Polygon with three sides • Divide in two equal parts • Mathematics in terms of shapes • Two lines that never intersect • The amount of space in a 3D shape • A closed shape with straight sides • The longest side of a right triangle • The amount of space inside a 2D shape • ...

### geometry 2023-05-24

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- angle below 90
- equals 180 degrees
- two angles with a side in between
- opposite over adjacent
- circumference equation
- two sides with an angle in between
- best math teacher
- two lines that intersect to make 90 degrees

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- angle above 90
- a triangle with all equal sides
- adjacent over hypotenuse
- opposite over hypotenuse
- a shape with one set of parallel sides
- the Egyptians built them
- soh cah toa
- angle that is 90
- area of a circle
- shape with all equal sides
- three equal sides
- middle of a line

**20 Clues:** soh cah toa • angle above 90 • angle below 90 • angle that is 90 • area of a circle • middle of a line • three equal sides • best math teacher • equals 180 degrees • opposite over adjacent • circumference equation • adjacent over hypotenuse • opposite over hypotenuse • the Egyptians built them • shape with all equal sides • a triangle with all equal sides • two angles with a side in between • ...

### Geometry 2023-05-24

###### Across

- Two shapes with the same size and shape
- The size of a shapes surface
- Each side of a shape added up
- A line joining two vertices
- A 90 degree angle is also called a?
- A shape with 6 sides
- An angle between 91 and 180 degrees
- A long object with no width, depth, or curve is called what?
- A shape with 4 equal sides
- (_,_)

###### Down

- Two straight lines that don't intersect
- A shape with 5 sides
- A shape with 2 pairs of parallel sides
- A shape with 8 sides
- A 360 degree shape
- The middle point of a line
- A shape with 3 sides
- An angle between 1 and 89 degrees
- Half of the diameter
- A curve around two points

**20 Clues:** (_,_) • A 360 degree shape • A shape with 5 sides • A shape with 8 sides • A shape with 3 sides • Half of the diameter • A shape with 6 sides • A curve around two points • The middle point of a line • A shape with 4 equal sides • A line joining two vertices • The size of a shapes surface • Each side of a shape added up • An angle between 1 and 89 degrees • ...

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