# 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. • ...

### 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. • ...

### 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 • ...

### 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. • ...

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### 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. • ...

### 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 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. • ...

### 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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- 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 • ...

### 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 • ...

### 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. • ...

### 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 • ...

### 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 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 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 • ...

### 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 • ...

### Bernoulli's Crossword Puzzle 2015-03-08

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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 • ...

### 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 • ...

### 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? • ...

### 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 • ...

### 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 • ...

### Geometry 2013-11-24

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- lines on the same plane which are the same distance apart over the entire length
- A circle which is drawn around another shape
- The point where angle bisectors meet in a triangle or polygon
- a line that starts at a given point and goes off forever in some direction
- Two angles that add up to 180 degrees
- Two angles that add up to 90 degrees
- A transformation where a figure is turned about a given point
- an object that is straight, infinitely long and infinitely thin
- The points at which a line segment or ray ends
- A transformation where each point in a shape appears at equal distance on the opposite side of a given line
- A line that cuts an angle into two equal parts

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- Moving a figure to a new location with no other changes
- a flat surface that is infinitely large with zero thickness
- A line which cuts another line segment into two equal parts at exactly 90 degrees
- points lying on a single line
- Two angles that are adjacent and supplementary
- A transformation that does not alter the size or shape of a figure
- lying in the same plane
- lines that meet and cross at right angles
- A circle which is drawn inside another shape
- a precise location or place on a plane
- The point where three perpendicular bisectors of the sides of a triangle meet
- The original position of a figure before a transformation
- A line which cuts another line segment into two equal parts
- A line that is bounded by two distinct end points
- The new position of a figure after a transformation
- The halfway point of a line segment

**27 Clues:** lying in the same plane • points lying on a single line • The halfway point of a line segment • Two angles that add up to 90 degrees • Two angles that add up to 180 degrees • a precise location or place on a plane • lines that meet and cross at right angles • A circle which is drawn around another shape • A circle which is drawn inside another shape • ...

### geometry 2012-10-19

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- two dimensional graph
- opposite to negative
- the rate of an inclinaition
- a triangle with every side the same length
- a greek mathematicican
- a range of numbers
- The mean
- two sides are parrallel to eachother
- the longest side on aright angle triangle
- continueous
- the direction aligned with the direction of the force of gravity
- opposite of multiplication
- a vertex on a shape

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- opposite to posotive
- opposite of subtraction
- opposite of division
- the sum of two or more numbers
- Any of a set of two or more numbers used to determine the position of a point, line, curve, or plane
- a geometrical drawing
- the gradient of an object
- a line parallel to the ground
- the middle of a line
- opposite of addition
- the distance between two points
- any mathematical expression such as a square root, cube root or higher root

**25 Clues:** The mean • continueous • a range of numbers • a vertex on a shape • opposite to posotive • opposite of division • opposite to negative • the middle of a line • opposite of addition • two dimensional graph • a geometrical drawing • a greek mathematicican • opposite of subtraction • the gradient of an object • opposite of multiplication • the rate of an inclinaition • a line parallel to the ground • ...

### Geometry 2013-01-24

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- Two lines that will never intersect at any point
- two rays that both start from a common point and go off in exactly opposite directions
- Lines Two or more lines that meet at a point
- Two angle whose sums equal 90 degrees
- a dot
- a straight line with arrows on both ends
- the measure of the angle is 180
- something used to measure with inches, feet, cm, meters, yards, ect.
- a flat surface
- an angle that measures 1-85 degrees

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- Of An Angle common point of two rays
- Has an endpoint on one end and an arrow on the other
- when two lines intersect and form four right angles
- Two angles whose sums equal 180 degrees
- an instrument having a graduated arc for plotting or measuring angles
- the space within two lines or three or more planes diverging from a common point
- the angle is 95-175 degrees
- line with an endpoint on both ends
- Measures exactly 90 degrees
- middle of a line, where both sides of the midpoint are equal

**20 Clues:** a dot • a flat surface • the angle is 95-175 degrees • Measures exactly 90 degrees • the measure of the angle is 180 • line with an endpoint on both ends • an angle that measures 1-85 degrees • Of An Angle common point of two rays • Two angle whose sums equal 90 degrees • Two angles whose sums equal 180 degrees • a straight line with arrows on both ends • ...

### Geometry 2017-01-05

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- A quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides
- An angle that is less than 180 degrees and greater than 90 degrees
- A transformation that is reflects a figure in a mirror line
- A quadrilateral with four congruent sides
- Same size and same shape
- An angle that is less than 90 degrees and greater than 0 degrees
- Angles that their sides form two pairs of opposite rays
- Two angles that equal 90 degrees
- Lines that are coplanar and never meet
- Points along the same straight line
- A quadrilateral with four 90 degree angles
- pair Two adjacent angles that are supplementary
- Angle that equals exactly 90 degrees

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- To divide into two congruent parts
- A quadrilateral with two pair congruent adjacent sides
- A triangle or trapezoid with two congruent sides
- Lines that intersect and form a 90 degree angle
- A polygon with angle that points in or caves in
- A transformation that turns a figure about a fixed point
- The distance around a figure
- A polygon with all angles point out
- Two angles that equal 180 degrees
- Lines that do not meet and are not coplanar
- A transformation that glides or slides a pre image to an image

**24 Clues:** Same size and same shape • The distance around a figure • Two angles that equal 90 degrees • Two angles that equal 180 degrees • To divide into two congruent parts • A polygon with all angles point out • Points along the same straight line • Angle that equals exactly 90 degrees • Lines that are coplanar and never meet • A quadrilateral with four congruent sides • ...

### Geometry 2016-11-14

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- /a polyhedron that has a base, which can be any polygon, and three or more triangular faces that meet at a point called the apex
- /exactly equal in size and shape
- / is a set of points whose location satisfies or is determined by one or more specified conditions
- /A 4-sided flat shape with straight sides and NO parallel sides
- /A pattern that you can cut and fold to make a model of a solid shape
- /to draw a shape, line or angle accurately using a compass and ruler
- /The longest side of a right triangle
- /side by side and having the same distance continuously between them
- /a triangle that has two sides of equal length
- /an angle, measured clockwise from the north direction
- /a branch of mathematics that deals with the measurement, properties, and relationships of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids
- /an idea or set of ideas that is intended to explain facts or events
- /The line that divides something into two equal parts
- /an angle or a shape involving an angle less than 90°
- /a corner or a point where lines meet

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- /a straight line joining two opposite corners of a square, rectangle, or other straight-sided shape
- / a four-sided figure
- /a geometrical figure which is perfectly round, 3-dimensional and circular
- /cutting a system of lines
- /an angle or a shape involving an angle greater than 90°
- / a plane figure with five straight sides and five angles.
- / a flat shape that has three or more straight lines and angles
- /the space measured in degrees between two intersecting lines or surfaces at or close to the point where they meet
- /the correspondence in size, form, and arrangement of parts
- /corresponding sides are proportional, but the figures themselves are two different sizes
- /a straight line or plane that touches a curve or curved surface at a point, but if extended does not cross it at that point

**26 Clues:** / a four-sided figure • /cutting a system of lines • /exactly equal in size and shape • /The longest side of a right triangle • /a corner or a point where lines meet • /a triangle that has two sides of equal length • /The line that divides something into two equal parts • /an angle or a shape involving an angle less than 90° • ...

### Geometry 2017-05-09

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- Cut into two equal parts.
- Lines that remain the same distance apart.
- Way to manipulate the shape of a point, a line, or shape.
- Two lines that meet at right angles.
- Distance from the center of a circle to any point on the circle’s circumference.
- How long something is reaching from one point to another.
- Opposite angles formed when two lines intersect.
- A number in an ordered pair that names the location of a point on the coordinate plane.
- Angle An angle that measures 90 degrees
- A location in space

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- Triangle with at least two sides the same length.
- A quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides.
- Lines Three or more lines that intersect at the same place.
- Same shape but not necessarily the same size.
- Triangle with all congruent angles.
- A set of points equidistant from a given point.
- Root A value that when multiplied by itself gives the number.
- Same shape and same size.
- A non-rigid transformation that preserves shape but not necessarily size.
- point The point halfway between the endpoints of a line segment.

**20 Clues:** A location in space • Cut into two equal parts. • Same shape and same size. • Triangle with all congruent angles. • Two lines that meet at right angles. • Lines that remain the same distance apart. • Angle An angle that measures 90 degrees • Same shape but not necessarily the same size. • A set of points equidistant from a given point. • ...

### Geometry 2018-01-25

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- quadrilateral that has four congruent sides
- triangle a triangle with three equal sides
- corresponding angles are congruent; corresponding sides are proportional
- polygon with exactly four sides
- angles of a polygon that share a side
- the "if" and "then" parts of a statement are switched
- point at which two line segments intersect forming an angle
- bisector Ray that cuts the angle exactly in half, making two equal angles
- a statement that two ratios are equal
- angle an angle that measures 90°

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- all corresponding lengths are the same
- triangle a triangle measured more than 90°
- mean the positive number x such that a / x = x/ b
- distance around a circle
- statement - the ratio of the lengths of corresponding sides
- a quadrilateral that has two pairs of opposite sides that are parallel
- the side opposite of the right angle in a triangle
- a segment connecting any vertex of a triangle to the midpoint of the opposite side
- 3 or more lines meet at a single point
- a comparison of two quantities

**20 Clues:** distance around a circle • a comparison of two quantities • polygon with exactly four sides • angle an angle that measures 90° • angles of a polygon that share a side • a statement that two ratios are equal • all corresponding lengths are the same • 3 or more lines meet at a single point • triangle a triangle measured more than 90° • ...

### Geometry 2013-04-03

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- A polygon where all sides and angles are congruent
- A line that divides a segment or angle into two congruent parts
- An equilateral quadrilateral
- A six sided polygon
- A regular quadrilateral
- A quadrilateral where both pair of opposite sides are parallel
- A geometric statement accepted without proof
- The longest side of a right triangle
- A geometric proven statement
- The measure of a right angle
- Equal in measure and shape
- What city do you live in?
- Two different rays with a common initial point form a _____
- Two lines in a plane that never intersect
- A ten sided polygon

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- An angle less than 90 degrees
- A triangle where all three sides are different sizes
- A segment connecting two non-consecutive vertices of a polygon
- A segment that connects the midpoints of two sides of a triangle
- An angle greater than 90 but less than 180
- Two or more sides of a triangle congruent
- An equiangular quadrilateral
- Two points and all points in between
- Two lines which meet to form right angles
- The intersection of a segment and a bisector
- A quadrilateral with only two sides parallel

**26 Clues:** A six sided polygon • A ten sided polygon • A regular quadrilateral • What city do you live in? • Equal in measure and shape • An equilateral quadrilateral • An equiangular quadrilateral • A geometric proven statement • The measure of a right angle • An angle less than 90 degrees • Two points and all points in between • The longest side of a right triangle • ...

### Geometry 2015-01-25

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- Polygon with three sides
- Negate the converse of the original statement
- A Statement that can be proved easily using a theorem
- A line that a side of the polygon contains a point in the interior of the polygon
- A triangle with three congruent angles
- Negate both the hypothesis and the conclusion
- A rule accepted without proof
- A polygon with all sides and all angles congruent
- A closed plane figure that has three or more line segments

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- No line that a side of the polygon contains a point in the interior of the polygon
- Opposite of the original statement
- An unproven statement based on observations
- A line that intersects two or more coplanar lines at different points
- Exchange of the hypothesis and conclusion of the original statement
- Part of a line that has an endpoint and all points extend in one direction
- A polygon that has all sides that are congruent
- A point that divides or bisects a segment into two congruent segments.
- A true statement that can be proven
- Rise over Run of a line
- A logical argument that shows a statement is true

**20 Clues:** Rise over Run of a line • Polygon with three sides • A rule accepted without proof • Opposite of the original statement • A true statement that can be proven • A triangle with three congruent angles • An unproven statement based on observations • Negate the converse of the original statement • Negate both the hypothesis and the conclusion • ...

### GEOMETRY 2015-01-23

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- a line passing through two nonadjacent edges of a polyhedron
- a solid formed by plane faces
- the total length of the lines that form a shape
- a nine sided polygon
- The difference between the direction of two lines that come together
- a kind of triangle that have sides of unequal length
- a four sided polygon
- The size of a given surface
- a location determinable by an exact set of coordinates
- An angle that is greater than 90 but less than 180 degrees

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- a 10000 sided polygon
- a line with a start point but no end point
- connected set of infinitely many points
- the point where two lines meet to form an angle
- a kind of line that intersects at a right angle with each other
- An angle that is exactly 90 degrees
- a kind of angle which is greater than 180 degrees
- The founder of modern geometry
- a 10 sided polygon
- a polygon with five sides

**20 Clues:** a 10 sided polygon • a nine sided polygon • a four sided polygon • a 10000 sided polygon • a polygon with five sides • The size of a given surface • a solid formed by plane faces • The founder of modern geometry • An angle that is exactly 90 degrees • connected set of infinitely many points • a line with a start point but no end point • ...

### geometry 2017-12-19

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- 90 degrees
- created by angle bisectors
- y-y1=m(x-x1)
- flips the hypothesis and conclusion
- where the sides intersect
- two supplementary angles that form a straight line
- three pairs of congruent sides
- if a=b, then b=a
- 180 degrees
- have the same slope
- congruent angles across from each other

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- the longest leg of the triangle
- created by perpendicular bisectors
- negates and flips the hypothesis and conclusion
- corresponding parts of congruent triangles are congruent
- have negative reciprocal slopes
- negates the hypothesis and conclusion
- two congruent sides(legs)
- a=a
- a flat surface made up of points

**20 Clues:** a=a • 90 degrees • 180 degrees • y-y1=m(x-x1) • if a=b, then b=a • have the same slope • where the sides intersect • two congruent sides(legs) • created by angle bisectors • three pairs of congruent sides • the longest leg of the triangle • have negative reciprocal slopes • a flat surface made up of points • created by perpendicular bisectors • flips the hypothesis and conclusion • ...

### Geometry 2017-12-18

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- a rectangle having all four sides of equal length
- the intersection point of two sides of a plane figure
- a straight line passing through the center of a circle or sphere and meeting the circumference or surface at each end
- Segment one part of a line
- triangle is a triangle with all three angles less than 90
- Triangle a triangle with all sides equal and all angles equal
- Triangle A triangle with all three sides with different lengths
- Triangle a triangle which has two sides equal
- a quadrilateral having both pairs of opposite sides parallel to each other
- a straight line extending from the center of a circle or sphere to the circumference or surface

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- Angle Angles that share a vertex, one side, and no interior points
- a polygon with four sides
- Line Segments two line segments which cross to form 90 degree angles
- Exterior Angles Angles created when a transversal intersects with two lines. They lie on opposite sides of the transversal, and on the exterior of the space between the two lines.
- bisector a ray that cuts the angle exactly in half, making two equal angles.
- a quadrilateral plane figure having two parallel and two nonparallel sides
- a parallelogram having four right angles
- Angle an angle greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees
- an equilateral parallelogram having oblique angles
- Angle a 90 degree angle

**20 Clues:** Angle a 90 degree angle • a polygon with four sides • Segment one part of a line • a parallelogram having four right angles • Triangle a triangle which has two sides equal • a rectangle having all four sides of equal length • an equilateral parallelogram having oblique angles • the intersection point of two sides of a plane figure • ...

### geometry 2020-01-10

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- The angle that is less than 90 degrees
- An eight sided shape
- A seven sided shape
- The line going through parallel lines
- A triangle with zero sides equal
- A triangle with all sides being equal length
- angles Angles that are on opposite sides of each other
- The angle that is over 90 degrees
- A shape that needs at least three sides

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- A nine sided shape
- A six sided shape
- The angle reaching exactly 90 degrees
- A ten sided shape
- lines Lines that intersect making four right angles
- Two rays that start from the same point
- An angle at exactly 180 degrees
- A line starting from a point
- A triangle with two sides equal
- A five sided shape
- lines Lines that will never touch

**20 Clues:** A six sided shape • A ten sided shape • A nine sided shape • A five sided shape • A seven sided shape • An eight sided shape • A line starting from a point • An angle at exactly 180 degrees • A triangle with two sides equal • A triangle with zero sides equal • lines Lines that will never touch • The angle that is over 90 degrees • The angle reaching exactly 90 degrees • ...

### Geometry 2018-12-12

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- Its endpoints are on a circle and at its center at the halfway point. | This is half of the diameter.
- Maps points onto other points of a plane | Rigid and non-rigid motions are this.
- An angle formed by one side of a polygon and the extension of an adjacent side. | Is complimentary with adjacent angle.
- This has two points that lie on a circle with all points in between. | The unbroken part of a circle.
- 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.
- Two angles whose sum is 90 degrees. | 45 and 45 are _____________ ______.
- 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.
- Having the same size and shape. | Can be used to define two different line segments.
- A line that intersects a circle at exactly one point. | The point of tangency is where this and a circle intersect.
- 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.
- Argument using logic to prove conclusion as true | 'Given' is a word commonly used for this.

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- Two angles whose sum is 180 degrees. | 60 and 120 are _____________ ______.
- Its endpoints lie on the circle at the halfway point. | This is twice the radius.
- 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.
- An arc whose endpoints lie on the endpoints of the diameter, | The measure of this arc is 180 degrees.
- Nonadjacent angle formed by two intersecting lines | This is called a kissing angle, too.
- This is formed by swapping the hypothesis and conclusion. | The opposite of something.
- A triangle whose sides are all equal. | Is almost like an isosceles triangle but one thing about this shape differs.
- Statement that is being proved is assumed to be false | This is not true because _____.
- An angle less than 180 degrees. | This angle's vertex lies at the center of a circle.
- Motions, Size or shape changes as it moves position. | Dilation is this type of motion.
- Changes position of figure but not other properties. | Translations are this.
- Segment whose endpoints lie on a circle | Makes up the inscribed angle.
- Lines that do not intersect | Segment R is congruent to segment S.
- An angle whose vertex is on a circle | Angle whose sides contain chords of the circle.
- An angle formed by two sides that share a common vertex. | Any of the angles of a triangle can be this.
- Sentence made based upon a figure | D is the midpoint of segment BC.
- This supports and proves statements. | An example of this is, 'Definition of midpoint.'

**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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- Having the same size and shape. | Can be used to define two different line segments.
- 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.
- Sentence made based upon a figure | D is the midpoint of segment BC.
- Its endpoints are on a circle and at its center at the halfway point. | This is half of the diameter.
- 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.
- Two angles whose sum is 180 degrees. | 60 and 120 are _____________ ______.
- This is formed by swapping the hypothesis and conclusion. | The opposite of something.
- This has two points that lie on a circle with all points in between. | The unbroken part of a circle.
- A triangle whose sides are all equal. | Is almost like an isosceles triangle but one thing about this shape differs.
- Segment whose endpoints lie on a circle | Makes up the inscribed angle.
- The distance along a circular arc measured in linear units. | This is found by the formula named after this concept.
- 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.
- Its endpoints lie on the circle at the halfway point. | This is twice the radius.
- This supports and proves statements. | An example of this is, 'Definition of midpoint.'

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- An angle less than 180 degrees. | This angle's vertex lies at the center of a circle.
- A triangle in which has two equal sides. | Is almost like an equilateral triangle, but not quite.
- 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 formed by one side of a polygon and the extension of an adjacent side. | Is complimentary with adjacent angle.
- An angle whose vertex is on a circle | Angle whose sides contain chords of the circle.
- Two angles whose sum is 90 degrees. | 45 and 45 are _____________ ______.
- Changes position of figure but not other properties. | Translations are this.
- An arc whose endpoints lie on the endpoints of the diameter, | The measure of this arc is 180 degrees.
- Lines that do not intersect | Segment R is congruent to segment S.
- Nonadjacent angle formed by two intersecting lines | This is called a kissing angle, too.
- Motions, Size or shape changes as it moves position. | Dilation is this type of motion.
- An angle formed by two sides that share a common vertex. | Any of the angles of a triangle can be this.
- Argument using logic to prove conclusion as true | 'Given' is a word commonly used for this.
- A line that intersects a circle at exactly one point. | The point of tangency is where this and a circle intersect.

**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 2021-02-23

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- defined as a boundless, three dimensional set of all points. It can contain lines and planes.
- After the statement has been proven. t can also be used as a reason to justify statements in other proofs.
- Numbers That can be represented by evenly spaces points. Forming a geometric shape
- Includes points lines and planes. Are explained using examples and descriptions.
- Describes the magnitude and the direction of the quantity.Represented by a directed line segment.
- Two or more geometric figures. With a set of points they have in common
- One of the most famous theorem in mathematics. It relates the lengths of the hypotenuse and legs of a right triangle.
- ratio A ratio of the lengths of two sides of a right triangle. They are constant for a given angle measure.
- Formed by exchanging the hypothesis. Is the conclusion of the continental.

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- Two angles that lie in the same plane and have common vertex and a common side. It has no common interior points.
- The angle formed by a horizontal line.The observer's line of sight to an object below the horizontal line.
- Can be measured because it has two end points. It always includes a unit of measure.
- Is a flat surface. Is made up of points that extend in indefinite directions.
- All of its faces are regular congruent polygons and all edges are congruent. has exactly five types.
- Two points that's the length of the segment with those points as endpoints.The coordinates of the points can be used to find the length.
- A statement that is accepted as true without proof. Basic ideas about points, lines, and planes can be stated as this.
- Positive square root of their product between two numbers.
- The angle formed by a horizontal line and the observer's line of sight to an object above the horizontal line.
- Point that determines exactly two rays. Both rays share a common endpoint.
- A measurement is equal to one half the unit of measure. The smaller the unit of measure the more precise the measurement.

**20 Clues:** Positive square root of their product between two numbers. • Two or more geometric figures. With a set of points they have in common • Point that determines exactly two rays. Both rays share a common endpoint. • Formed by exchanging the hypothesis. Is the conclusion of the continental. • ...

### Geometry 2020-05-22

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- A = B. B = C.
- A2 + B2 = C2
- <---->
- an angle smaller than 90 degrees
- a dot on a line or plane
- a line that cuts something in two parts to form 90 degree angles.
- ---->
- A shape with 10 sides
- 2 numbers on the same side of the transversal between to parallel lines.
- +----+
- p = q -> q = p
- a shape with 7 sides

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- If and only if.
- one triangle has three of these.
- d = (x2-x1)2 +(y2-y1)2
- a shape with 8 sides
- a=L*H
- all the sides of a shape added together
- two equal numbers opposite of each other on the transversal on two parallel lines.
- a line that cuts a shape into two equal sides

**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 • one triangle has three of these. • an angle smaller than 90 degrees • all the sides of a shape added together • a line that cuts a shape into two equal sides • ...

### Geometry 2021-01-19

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- a general term for four specific ways to manipulate the shape of a point,a line, or shape.
- a triangle with one obtuse angle greater than 90°
- A type of symbol where one half is the
- a triangle with only two equal sides.
- a triangle that has one right angle that is a 90 degree angle
- the angle of an object compared to compass
- a triangle that has three unequal sides all sides are different.
- a triangle with all three angles are less than 90°
- a polygon that is equiangular
- using Roman numerals: I II III
- a shape that looks the same after a rotation

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- a pattern made of identical shapes. The shapes must fit together without any gaps The shapes should not overlap.
- a triangle with all three sides of equal length and all the angles are 60°.
- or the axes of a Cartesian plane.
- when you can turn, Flip and/or Slide one so it fits exactly on the other.
- a term used in geometry to describe a function that moves an object a certain distance.
- of the other half.
- angles are equal in measure and equilateral
- has a central point that stays fixed and everything’s else moves around that point in a circle.
- a transformation in which a geometric figure is reflected across a line, creating a mirror image
- a figures having the same shape; having corresponding sides proportional and corresponding angles equal.
- The new position of a point, a line, a line segment, or a figure after a transformation
- Also by convention they are often

**23 Clues:** of the other half. • a polygon that is equiangular • using Roman numerals: I II III • or the axes of a Cartesian plane. • Also by convention they are often • a triangle with only two equal sides. • A type of symbol where one half is the • the angle of an object compared to compass • angles are equal in measure and equilateral • a shape that looks the same after a rotation • ...

### Geometry 2021-02-26

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- a unit of angle measure
- a line with no endpoints
- one of the 2 parallel sides of the trapezoid
- a quadrilateral with four right angles
- line that curves inward
- a quadrilateral with exactly two pairs of congruent consecutive sides
- a quadrilateral with 4 congruent sides and 4 right angles
- a straight path with no thickness

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- a quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides
- the length of an object that is up and down
- a quadrilateral with 4 congruent sides
- a transformation around the center point
- points that lie in the same plane
- having interior angles measuring less than 180
- the way to determine something
- a quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides
- the length of one point to another
- a figure of two rays with a common endpoint
- a line that cuts from two opposites of a polygon
- a line besides the base

**20 Clues:** a unit of angle measure • a line besides the base • line that curves inward • a line with no endpoints • the way to determine something • points that lie in the same plane • a straight path with no thickness • the length of one point to another • a quadrilateral with 4 congruent sides • a quadrilateral with four right angles • a transformation around the center point • ...

### Geometry 2021-02-26

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- nonadjacent angles formed by 2 intersecting lines
- side opposite the right angle in a right triangle
- segment connecting 2 nonconsecutive vertices of a polygon
- quadrilateral with 4 right angles
- quadrilateral with 4 congruent sides
- 2 pairs of congruent consecutive sides
- any flat surface
- distance around the circle
- length of something
- quadrilateral with one pair of parallel sides

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- segments with the same length
- 1 of the segments that forms a polygon
- absolute value of the difference of the coordinates
- any side of a shape
- Quadrilateral with 2 pairs of parallel sides
- Non parallel sides of a Trapezoid
- points that lie in the same plane
- to divide into 2 congruent parts
- quadrilateral with 4 congruent sides and 4 right angles
- equilateral and equiangular polygon

**20 Clues:** any flat surface • any side of a shape • length of something • distance around the circle • segments with the same length • to divide into 2 congruent parts • Non parallel sides of a Trapezoid • quadrilateral with 4 right angles • points that lie in the same plane • equilateral and equiangular polygon • quadrilateral with 4 congruent sides • 1 of the segments that forms a polygon • ...

### Geometry 2020-06-15

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- Relation with respect to comparative quantity or magnitude
- An area that is in the middle of some larger region
- The length of a straight line through the center of Circle
- Being everywhere equidistant and not intersecting
- The act of changing in form or shape or appearance
- Relating to or situated in or extending toward the middle
- Ellipse in which the two axes are of equal length
- One of several parts that fit with others to make a whole

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- The length of the closed curve of a circle
- A quadrilateral with one pair of parallel sides
- A parallelogram with four right angles
- Determine the dimensions of something or somebody
- A polyhedron having a polygonal base and triangular sides
- The property created by the space between two Objects
- A three-sided polygon
- A continuous portion of a circle
- The length around a shape
- A quantity obtained by the addition of a group of numbers
- The space between two lines or planes that intersect
- A parallelogram with four equal sides
- A polygon with four equal sides and four right angles

**21 Clues:** A three-sided polygon • The length around a shape • A continuous portion of a circle • A parallelogram with four equal sides • A parallelogram with four right angles • The length of the closed curve of a circle • A quadrilateral with one pair of parallel sides • Determine the dimensions of something or somebody • Being everywhere equidistant and not intersecting • ...

### Geometry 2020-12-09

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- Of Exterior Angles / 360 Degrees
- / A segment joining a vertex to the midpoint of the opposite side
- Triangles / Triangles that have the same shape and size
- / Not parallel and they don't touch
- / A quadrilateral in which both pairs of opposite sides are parallel
- Addition Postulate / Part + Part = Whole
- / A triangle with 2 congruent sides
- / A segment joining a vertex to the opposite side so that it is perpindicular to that side
- Lines / Lines that go on forever but never intersect
- / 10 sides
- / A triangle that has all equal sides

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- Theorem / a^2 + b^2 = c^2
- Angles / 180 Degrees
- / A closed figure formed by three or more line segments called sides
- / 3 sides
- / 4 sides
- / The class we are in
- / Opposite and flipped fraction
- of Interior Angles / S = (n-2) x 180
- Angles / 2 angles that are directly across from each other on intersecting lines and they are always congruent
- Lines / T-Line/90 Degrees
- Bisector / A line, segment, or ray that divides an angle into two equal parts
- Angle / 90 Degrees

**23 Clues:** / 3 sides • / 4 sides • / 10 sides • Angle / 90 Degrees • Angles / 180 Degrees • / The class we are in • Lines / T-Line/90 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 • ...

### Geometry 2019-10-17

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- a sentence that is used to make a hypothesis and conclusion neither false nor true
- terms- a shape that is not used in more complex shapes
- segments- part of a figure cut off by a line that has the same length
- a measurement which is used to calculate the circumference and area of a circle;3.14
- shape that is made with linear lines and is not 3d or 1d
- angle- a measurement that is exactly 90 degrees
- something that proves to a person that the statement is not a true one
- the measure of a line
- or more lines that have something to share between them
- a 1d shape that does not have any density so therefore it goes on and on

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- a number which is used to show how big something is or how much something is
- angle-two inclinations that are greater than or equal to 90 degrees but less than or equal to 180 degrees
- a shape that is two less than or equal to 90 degrees drawn as one and combined together
- a sentence that is put behind the"then" sentence
- two numbers that tell you a thing or person's position on the map
- dot that is put in the middle of a line therefore "cutting" the line in half
- 4 lateral lines that are used to create a shape and is connected with ends of the other's line/lines
- a measurement which is length which gives you a estimate of how much of something you need outside the area's coverage
- sentence that is used to switch the hypothesis and conclusion
- a line that touches either end of the circle
- a measurement that tells you how much of something you need to cover it up completely

**21 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 • terms- a shape that is not used in more complex shapes • or more lines that have something to share between them • shape that is made with linear lines and is not 3d or 1d • ...

### Geometry 2021-05-09

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- Points that lie on the same line
- the absolute value of the difference
- a location and has no size. It is represented by a dot.
- the coordinates
- a part of a line that starts at an endpoint and extends forever in one direction.
- a way of creating a figure that is more precise
- a figure formed by two rays, or sides, with a common endpoint
- the point that bisects the segment into two congruent segments. the center point
- a point at one end of a segment or the starting point of a ray.
- bisector any ray, segment, or line that intersects a segment at its midpoint. It divides a segment into two equal parts at its midpoint.

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- or axiom, is a statement that is accepted as true without proof.
- cannot be defined by using other figures.
- a straight path that has no thickness and extends forever.
- rays two rays that have a common endpoint and form a line.
- A point corresponds to one and only one number on the ruler
- a flat surface that has no thickness and extends forever.
- Points that lie in the same plane
- segments segments that have the same length
- he part of a line consisting of two points and all points between them.
- distance between A and B
- divides

**21 Clues:** divides • the coordinates • distance between A and B • Points that lie on the same line • Points that lie in the same plane • the absolute value of the difference • cannot be defined by using other figures. • segments segments that have the same length • a way of creating a figure that is more precise • a location and has no size. It is represented by a dot. • ...

### Geometry 2021-05-06

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- 0,0
- points lie on the same line
- angle whose measure is less than 90 degrees
- two non collinear rays with a common endpoint
- angle formed by opposite rays
- lines that meet at a 90
- a segment connecting two points
- geometric elements of the same measure
- the sum of two angles to equal 90 degrees
- a line with a single endpoint

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- points that lie on the same plane
- a polygon with four sides
- The distance around a two-dimensional plane
- 3 dimensional figure
- a figure with three straight sides and angles
- A dot
- the middle point of a line segment
- a round plane figure
- a flat figure that extends in different directions
- angle whose measure is greater than 90 degrees

**20 Clues:** 0,0 • A dot • 3 dimensional figure • a round plane figure • lines that meet at a 90 • a polygon with four sides • points lie on the same line • angle formed by opposite rays • a line with a single endpoint • a segment connecting two points • points that lie on the same plane • the middle point of a line segment • geometric elements of the same measure • ...

### Geometry 2021-05-14

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- a closed shape made up of straight lines
- the outline to a circle
- Base x Width x Height
- Length x Width
- 8 sided shape
- Area, the sum of all the areas of the individual shapes on the 3D object
- a line that extends to the infinity in one direction
- segment, a line that has 2 distinct end points
- The length of a straight line going through the circle
- all sides on the triangle are equal in length
- The length of a straight line going halfway through the circle

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- length on a triangle
- an angle more than 90 degrees
- made by 2 rays
- an angle equal to 90 degrees
- 5 sided shape
- a point on a shape
- all 3 sides of the triangle are different lengths
- 2 sides are equal while one of them is a
- the outline of an object
- a polyhedron that has a polygon base
- an angle less than 90 degrees

**22 Clues:** 5 sided shape • 8 sided shape • made by 2 rays • Length x Width • a point on a shape • length on a triangle • Base x Width x Height • the outline to a circle • the outline of an object • an angle equal to 90 degrees • an angle more than 90 degrees • an angle less than 90 degrees • a polyhedron that has a polygon base • a closed shape made up of straight lines • ...

### GEOMETRY 2021-06-13

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- an area that is in the middle of some larger region. It is found in a circle.
- a quantity obtained by the addition of a group of numbers. Ex 3+7
- a quadrilateral whose opposite sides are parallel and equal. formula of area = bh
- Trigonometric ratio. Formula= p/h
- All sides of this triangle are equal. Each angle is 60degree
- elevation above sea level or above the earth's surface.All triangles have three of this.
- a continuous portion of a circle of two types minor and major.
- a four-sided polygon. Ex rectangle
- a point equidistant from the ends of a line or the extremities of a figure. Has a theorem based on it.
- a triangle that contains an obtuse interior angle. Ex △ABC in which ∠A= 100degree,∠B= 40degree,∠C=40degree
- a shape with a circular base and sides tapering to a point. CSA= ∏rl
- being everywhere equidistant and not intersecting. Opposite lines are like this in a parallelogram.
- a parallelogram with four right angles. Area= lb
- the length of a straight line through the centre of a circle. formula=2r

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- the extent of a 2-dimensional surface enclosed within a boundary.Ex 6a^2
- two angles whose sum is a right angle.For example, a 50-degree angle and a 40-degree angle.
- A plane figure, area= ∏r^2
- The length of the closed curve of a circle. formula= 2∏r
- a line enclosing a plane area. Ex 2(l+b)
- a polygon with four equal sides and four right angles. Area= a^2
- An angle less than 90 degrees but more than 0 degrees, all angles of equilateral are of this kind.

**21 Clues:** A plane figure, area= ∏r^2 • Trigonometric ratio. Formula= p/h • a four-sided polygon. Ex rectangle • a line enclosing a plane area. Ex 2(l+b) • a parallelogram with four right angles. Area= lb • The length of the closed curve of a circle. formula= 2∏r • All sides of this triangle are equal. Each angle is 60degree • ...

### Geometry 2022-02-18

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- up and down
- between two and four
- a word for surprises
- this word:ruler
- 3.14
- what lines do when they cross
- for direction or making circles
- for eating everything
- makes a choo choo noise
- a circle has 360 of these
- the outside line
- you and me
- an angle of more the 180 degrees
- a square or a pentagon
- when two lines never meet
- spills words
- to drink in the afternoon
- to have
- another word for half
- your compass has one
- where lines meet
- the go light

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- a book of maps
- another name for a 90 degree angle
- one full turn
- more than 90 degrees
- from side to side
- move away from
- a single position in space
- not down
- not yay
- when something hurts
- for climbing
- a triangle has three of these
- for measuring angles
- Harry Potter messengers
- Maker is a...
- revolutions per minute
- common end point names of a segment
- the simplest shape with straight lines
- where something is
- a path made by a moving point
- less than 90 degrees
- a very wrong worksheet

**44 Clues:** 3.14 • not yay • to have • not down • you and me • up and down • for climbing • spills words • the go light • one full turn • Maker is a... • a book of maps • move away from • this word:ruler • the outside line • where lines meet • from side to side • where something is • between two and four • more than 90 degrees • a word for surprises • when something hurts • for measuring angles • your compass has one • ...

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### Geometry 2021-12-14

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- A quadrilateral with only one pair of parallel sides
- Three or more triangular faces that meet at a point
- The amount of space within the perimeter
- Perimeter of a circle
- Two dimensional surface that extends infinitely far
- Six side polygon
- The distance around the edge of a shape
- The amount of space in a object
- Solid figure whose two end faces are similar

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- Line segment joining two points on a curve
- Three dimensional shape contained by six equal squares
- A round solid figure
- An angle greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees
- Lines that are always same apart
- Length of a line sliced down the center of a pie
- A figure with four equal sides and four right angles
- Five sided polygon
- Roughly circular base to a point
- A line segment extending from the center of a circle
- Point where two straight lines meet
- A line that has one endpoint

**21 Clues:** Six side polygon • Five sided polygon • A round solid figure • Perimeter of a circle • A line that has one endpoint • The amount of space in a object • Lines that are always same apart • Roughly circular base to a point • Point where two straight lines meet • The distance around the edge of a shape • The amount of space within the perimeter • ...

### GeoMeTrY 2021-12-15

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- angle more than 90 degrees
- Likes to chase mice
- the angles that are formed when two parallel lines are intersected by the transversal
- when three or more points are on the same line
- two lines that go straight and don't intersect
- the middle part of a straight line
- is a geometric transformation that moves every point of a figure
- has three sides that are all different lengths
- a set of points in space are coplanar if there exists a geometric plane that contains them all
- Has a trunk
- a shape with three sides
- Large marsupial

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- a line that has points A B and C on it
- Reflection mapping a shape on the graph but like as a mirror
- when two shapes have the same size and same shape
- two angles that add up to 90 degrees
- Flying mammal
- when a triangle has every side equal to each other Bisector
- the sum of the squares on the legs of a right triangle is equal to the square on the hypotenuse
- angle less than 90 degrees
- Man's best friend
- line that separates something and makes them equal to each other
- angles that add up to 180
- angle exactly 90 degree

**24 Clues:** Has a trunk • Flying mammal • Large marsupial • Man's best friend • Likes to chase mice • angle exactly 90 degree • a shape with three sides • angles that add up to 180 • angle more than 90 degrees • angle less than 90 degrees • the middle part of a straight line • two angles that add up to 90 degrees • a line that has points A B and C on it • ...

### Geometry 2021-12-15

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- any angle greater than 90°
- two angles and the included side of one triangle are congruent to two angles and the included side of another triangle, then the two triangles are congruent.
- The point at which at which the three perpendicular bisectors intersect in a triangle
- the side of the triangle that is opposite the right angle
- The point at which the three angle bisectors intersect in a triangle
- angles that have equal measure.
- a triangle in which all three sides have different lengths
- the three sides of a triangle are congruent to the three sides of another triangle
- the sum of the measures of the angles of a triangle is 180°

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- is used to find a missing side length on a right triangle (a^2 + b^2 = c^2)
- an angle of exactly 90°
- corresponding parts of congruent triangles are congruent
- a segment that joins the midpoint of two sides of a triangle
- the exact middle point of a line
- a triangle that has two sides of equal length
- a triangle in which all three sides have the same length
- the two sides of a right triangle that make up the 90 degree angle
- two angles and the included side of one triangle are congruent to two angles and the included side of another triangle, then the two triangles are congruent.
- angles that measure less than 90°.
- two sides and the included angle of one triangle are equal to two sides and the included angle of another triangle, the triangles are congruent.
- the corresponding lengths of their hypotenuse and one leg are equal.

**21 Clues:** an angle of exactly 90° • any angle greater than 90° • angles that have equal measure. • the exact middle point of a line • angles that measure less than 90°. • a triangle that has two sides of equal length • corresponding parts of congruent triangles are congruent • a triangle in which all three sides have the same length • ...

### Geometry 2021-12-07

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- How many degrees is a triangle?
- angle larger than 90 degrees
- What is it called when 2 lines will never touch?
- Angles add up to 180
- Identical in size and shape.
- Segment that connects a vertex to the midpoint
- Point at which three altitudes intersect
- point at which three median intersect
- On the same plane

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- Part of a line between two points
- Angles add up to 90
- segment that joins the midpoints of two sides
- a triangle which has two sides equal
- Triangle with no equal sides
- What type of angle is 90 degrees?
- Lines that intersect at a 90 degree angle
- Angles formed with a common side
- Angle less than 90 degrees
- Point at which two line segments intersect
- A location in space a dot on a piece of paper

**20 Clues:** On the same plane • Angles add up to 90 • Angles add up to 180 • Angle less than 90 degrees • angle larger than 90 degrees • Triangle with no equal sides • Identical in size and shape. • How many degrees is a triangle? • Angles formed with a common side • Part of a line between two points • What type of angle is 90 degrees? • a triangle which has two sides equal • ...

### Geometry 2021-12-06

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- A five-sided polygon.
- A ten-sided polygon.
- A four-sided polygon.
- Two geometric objects having the same measure.
- A line that divides a figure in half so that each half is the mirror image of the other.
- A three-sided polygon.
- An eight-sided polygon.
- A straight one-dimensional figure having no thickness and extending infinitely in both directions.
- An angle that measures 90º.
- Part of a line that starts at a particular point and extends infinitely far in one direction.

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- A line that intersects a given segment at right angles and divides it into two equal parts.
- A segment that connects two nonadjacent vertices of a polygon.
- A set of points on a line consisting of two endpoints and all the points between them.
- A nine-sided polygon.
- A six-sided polygon
- A seven-sided polygon.
- A common endpoint of two sides of a polygon or an angle.
- A series of connected line segments that starts and ends at the same place and does not intersect itself anywhere in between.
- The distance around a figure.
- A figure formed by two line segments or rays with a common endpoint.

**20 Clues:** A six-sided polygon • A ten-sided polygon. • A nine-sided polygon. • A five-sided polygon. • A four-sided polygon. • A seven-sided polygon. • A three-sided polygon. • An eight-sided polygon. • An angle that measures 90º. • The distance around a figure. • Two geometric objects having the same measure. • A common endpoint of two sides of a polygon or an angle. • ...

### geometry 2021-12-06

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- All its angles=180
- An angle that measures less than 90°
- A rectangle with 4 equal sides
- the intersection point of two sides of a plane figure
- Distance around a circle (the perimeter)
- Triangle A triangle that has one obtuse angle
- Lines in a plane that never intersect
- Lines that cross at exactly one point
- Two geometric objects having the same measure.
- The distance around a figure.
- An eight-sided polygon.
- A six-sided polygon.

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- A figure formed by two line segments or rays with a common endpoint.
- a triangle with all sides equal and all angles equal
- Two lines that intersect to form four right angles
- A four-sided polygon.
- A straight one-dimensional figure having no thickness and extending infinitely in both directions.
- An angle that measures 90°
- A location in space – a dot on a piece of paper
- A segment that connects two nonadjacent vertices of a polygon.
- A line segment with one endpoint at the center of a circle and the other endpoint on the circle
- A series of connected line segments that starts and ends at the same place and does not intersect itself anywhere in between.

**22 Clues:** All its angles=180 • A six-sided polygon. • A four-sided polygon. • An eight-sided polygon. • An angle that measures 90° • The distance around a figure. • A rectangle with 4 equal sides • An angle that measures less than 90° • Lines in a plane that never intersect • Lines that cross at exactly one point • Distance around a circle (the perimeter) • ...

### Geometry 2022-05-19

**25 Clues:** slope • graph • range • linear • factor • vertex • radical • variable • exponent • binomial • fraction • monomial • equation • function • constant • rational • dilation • bellcurve • cubicroot • expression • squareroot • inequality • exponential • absolutevalue • axis relating to a line

### Geometry 2022-05-12

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- Smooth curve points.Any portion.
- Two straight lines.Are perpendicular.
- Round figure.Has no corners.
- Plane figure.Four straight sides.
- Straight lines.Do not intersect.
- Plane figure.Many number.
- Plane figure.Has 4 right angles.
- Space occupied.Perimeter.
- Branch of math.Study of properties.

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- Linear measurement.Straight line.
- Three edges vertices.Basic shape
- No dimension.No length or width.
- 3D shape.Has right triangles.
- Three dimensional object.Square faces
- Interval 2 points.Only length.
- A vector.2 end points.
- Provides comparison.2 numbers.
- Amount of space.Measurement.
- Intersecting lines.A flat surface.
- Bottom of a shape.The object rests.

**20 Clues:** A vector.2 end points. • Plane figure.Many number. • Space occupied.Perimeter. • Round figure.Has no corners. • Amount of space.Measurement. • 3D shape.Has right triangles. • Interval 2 points.Only length. • Provides comparison.2 numbers. • Three edges vertices.Basic shape • No dimension.No length or width. • Smooth curve points.Any portion. • Straight lines.Do not intersect. • ...

### Geometry 2022-05-12

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- when a figure is reflected, translated, or rotated and the figure seems unchanged.
- a quadrilateral with at least two parallel sides.
- the side directly across from the right angle in a right triangle.
- a four-sided polygon.
- a parallelogram with four congruent sides.
- location of a point on the x and y-axes.
- a point in which two lines meet at an end.
- the ratio of vertical change to horizontal change.
- existing on the same plane.
- line cutting across a pair of parallel lines.
- the meeting point of the three medians in a triangle.

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- two lines intersecting and creating a 90 degree angle.
- the sum of all of the side lengths of a shape.
- the exact halfway point between two endpoints.
- a branch of mathematics that deals with points, lines, planes, and solids and examines their properties.
- measuring more than 90 degrees.
- a closed figure with 6 sides.
- segment whose endpoints are the center of the circle and a point on the circle.
- a quadrilateral where all sides are equal and all angles are 90 degrees.
- a position in space.

**20 Clues:** a position in space. • a four-sided polygon. • existing on the same plane. • a closed figure with 6 sides. • measuring more than 90 degrees. • location of a point on the x and y-axes. • a parallelogram with four congruent sides. • a point in which two lines meet at an end. • line cutting across a pair of parallel lines. • the sum of all of the side lengths of a shape. • ...

### Geometry 2022-05-31

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- right triangle with a 90 degree angle and all sides of different length
- a quadrilateral with four right angles
- a portion of the area, like the area of a piece of pie
- a quadrilateral with all sides of equal lengths
- a five-sided polygon with all sides of equal length and all angles of equal measure
- the length of the edge of the circle, like finding the length of the crust on a piece of pie.
- triangle with all sides of equal length
- amount of space a 3D object takes up
- a quadrilateral with two pairs of consecutive, equal sides
- middle of circle to outer edge of circle

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- the same
- length around a circle
- a quadrilateral with one pair of parallel sides
- the set of points equidistant from a central point
- amount of space in a 2D shape
- angles that add up to 90 degrees
- a quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides.
- a quadrilateral with four right angles and four right sides of equal length.
- a2+b2=c2
- a polygon with four sides
- an arc with endpoints on each side of the angle

**21 Clues:** the same • a2+b2=c2 • length around a circle • a polygon with four sides • amount of space in a 2D shape • angles that add up to 90 degrees • amount of space a 3D object takes up • a quadrilateral with four right angles • triangle with all sides of equal length • middle of circle to outer edge of circle • a quadrilateral with one pair of parallel sides • ...

### Geometry 2022-05-31

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- 4 sided shape
- Two lines that like next to each other without ever touching
- two angles that add to 180
- a line point that connects the outside of the circle to the center
- Oposite sides are congruent and 4 right angles
- around the outside of a circle
- two angles that add up to 90
- angle found inside an object
- one side of the circle to the other
- 6 sided shape

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- any shape that is a polygon and has 4 sides
- angle found outside an object
- an angle that measures to 90 degrees
- all 4 sides are congruent and parralel, 4 right angles
- a 4 sided shape with one set of parallel lines
- overall the angles and sides are similar but not equal
- five sided shape
- two lines that when they cross make a right angle
- same shape same sides
- an object made of 3 straight lines
- units used to measure an angle

**21 Clues:** 4 sided shape • 6 sided shape • five sided shape • same shape same sides • two angles that add to 180 • two angles that add up to 90 • angle found inside an object • angle found outside an object • around the outside of a circle • units used to measure an angle • an object made of 3 straight lines • one side of the circle to the other • an angle that measures to 90 degrees • ...

### Geometry 2022-05-23

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- Lie perpendicular to another segment. It crosses at the midpoint.
- If a point is an angle bisector, then it is equidistance to the side of the angle. The angle bisector cuts the angle in half.
- The circumcenter is equidistance from each vertex of the triangle. The circumcenter is the point of concurrency for perpendicular bisectors.
- Congruent sides of isosceles triangle. Also, occurs in trapezoids.
- All parts of one polygon are the same shape and same size. To corresponding parts of another polygon.
- If two sides of a triangle are congruent, then angles opposite are congruent. If the legs of the triangle are congruent then base angles are congruent.
- The original figure and the transformed image are still congruent. The triangle reflected across the y-axis is still congruent to the original triangle.
- If two sides of a triangle are congruent to two sides of another triangle and the included angle of the first triangle is larger than that of the second triangle. Then the third side of the first triangle is langer than the third side of the second triangle.
- Angles of a triangle add up to 180 degrees. A+B+C=180
- Angles that lie between two transversals that intersect the same line. Two angles that are opposite from the Exterior Angle.
- The measure of an exterior angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of the remote interior angles. Exterior angle=remote interior angles

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- The centroid is 2/3 of the distance from each vertex to the midpoint on the opposite side. Centroid is the point of concurrency for medians.
- An angle formed by one side of a triangle and the extension of another side. Two remote interior angles add up to equal this angle.
- If two angles of a triangle are congruent, then the sides opposite are congruent. This states if base angles are congruent then the legs are congruent.
- If the point is on the bisector, then it is equidistant to the endpoints of segments. A point is equidistant from other points if it is the same distance from them.
- Indirect reasoning with proof to temporarily assume that what we are trying to prove is false. We assume the conclusion is false and then show that assumption led to a contradiction.
- When three or more lines intersect at a common point. This intersection point is called the point of concurrency.
- A statement that can be easily proved using a theorem is called a corally of that theorem. Follows with a proof that follows as a direct result of a theorem.
- All sides are congruent and all angles are congruent. It is also an equiangular triangle.
- Are matching parts such as sides and angles. There are these in Congruent Polygons.
- They have the same size and same shape. They are equal and the same.

**21 Clues:** Angles of a triangle add up to 180 degrees. A+B+C=180 • Lie perpendicular to another segment. It crosses at the midpoint. • Congruent sides of isosceles triangle. Also, occurs in trapezoids. • They have the same size and same shape. They are equal and the same. • Are matching parts such as sides and angles. There are these in Congruent Polygons. • ...

### Geometry 2022-05-24

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- The __________ is 2/3 of the distance from each vertex to the midpoint on opposite side. It is the point of concurrency of medians that are always in the triangle.
- A quadrilateral with both pairs of opposite sides. The diagonals bisect each other.
- Has EXACTLY one pair of parallel sides. Has 2 bases and 2 legs.
- An operation that maps an original geometric figure. Reflection, rotation, and translation are ____________.
- Has EXACTLY 2 pairs of consecutive congruent sides. The quadrilaterals diagonals are perpendicular.
- The lines form a right angle. The diagonals of a rhombus are _________.
- All the angles are right angles. Th opposite sides are parallel AND congruent.
- If 2 sides of a triangle are congruent, then the angles opposite of those side are congruent. ___________ has 2 bases and 2 legs.
- The measure of __________ is greater than either corresponding remote interior angles. m<4=m<1+m<2
- The sum of __________ of n-sided polygon. (n-2)180
- A parallelogram with 4 congruent sides. The diagonals are perpendicular.

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- A segment that connects the midpoint of legs. 1/2(b1+b2)
- The sum of _________ of any convex polygon is 360 degrees. An angle formed by one side of a polygon and extension of another side.
- A parallelogram with 4 congruent sides and 4 right angles. It can be both a rectangle and rhombus.
- A side of a triangle is longer than another side, then the angle measure across larger side is greater. An angle has a greater measure than another angle, the it is across from longer side.
- The segment from a vertex of a triangle to the midpoint of the opposite side. It is another name for midsegment.
- The point of concurrency of altitude is __________. The point of concurrency doesn't have to be in the triangle.
- The same shape and same size. Corresponding angles and sides are _________ in the same shape and same size.
- If 2 sides of a triangle are congruent to 2 sides of another triangle, and the included angle of first triangle is larger that that of the second. Then, third side of first triangle is longer than the third side of second triangle.
- The segment from vertex to the side of opposite from vertex AND perpendicular. The ____________ can lie in the interior, exterior, or on the side of a triangle

**20 Clues:** The sum of __________ of n-sided polygon. (n-2)180 • A segment that connects the midpoint of legs. 1/2(b1+b2) • Has EXACTLY one pair of parallel sides. Has 2 bases and 2 legs. • The lines form a right angle. The diagonals of a rhombus are _________. • A parallelogram with 4 congruent sides. The diagonals are perpendicular. • ...

### Geometry 2021-10-31

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- A line from the center of a circle to the bounding surface
- A rectangle with all sides equal
- Line perpendicular to given object
- a line segment drawn from a vertex to the midpoint of the opposite side of the vertex in a triangle
- An angle measuring 90 degrees
- A part of a curve
- A branch of Math that deals with lines, angles and solids
- Parallelogram with equal sides
- Two lines that are at 90 degrees to each other
- A set of points with infinite length but no width or height
- A triangle with no equal side or angles
- Part of a circle created by a line and connecting arc
- A straight line joining two opposite corners of a square, rectangle, or other straight-sided shape
- A triangle with 2 sides and angles equal

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- Angles adding to 180 degrees
- A triangle where all sides and angles are equal
- A point where two lines cross over at a common point
- A straight line that has a beginning but no ending
- A line that touches the edge of a curve or circle at one point, but does not cross it
- Longest side of a right angle triangle
- An angle that measures more than zero degrees but less than 90
- Two angles next to each other
- Two lines that never cross or touch
- Amount of space an object takes up
- Parallelogram with angle equal to 90 degree
- A unit used to measure an angle
- The middle point
- The ratio of the circumference of any circle to the diameter of that circle
- The amount of space taken up by a 2D shape

**29 Clues:** The middle point • A part of a curve • Angles adding to 180 degrees • An angle measuring 90 degrees • Two angles next to each other • Parallelogram with equal sides • A unit used to measure an angle • A rectangle with all sides equal • Line perpendicular to given object • Amount of space an object takes up • Two lines that never cross or touch • ...

### Geometry 2022-06-15

**21 Clues:** kite • angle • Lines • prism • decagon • scalene • polygon • Oblique • Degenerate • polyhedron • acute chord • square line • Collinearity • Circumference • Perpendicular • supplementary • rectangle circle • diameter rhombus • square Quadrilateral • Vertex ScaleneTriangle • IntersectingLineSegments

### Geometry 2022-09-14

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- Only two things are the same
- To cut in half
- Measure a corner
- Less than 90 degrees
- Inside
- A 4 sided shape
- A line from corner to opposite corner
- Everything is the same
- Only one pair of parallel sides
- To sort things
- No balance or organised arrangement
- Adjacent sides equal
- The strongest shape

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- Greater than 90 degrees
- A tiny box in a diagram
- Pleasingly proportionate to the eyes
- The most specific quadrilateral
- Curved inwards
- Shape of a table
- Outside
- Running perfectly along side each other
- Slanty square
- Nothing is the same
- Opposite sides parallel
- Arranged in a perfect pattern
- Curved outwards
- To spin

**27 Clues:** Inside • Outside • To spin • Slanty square • To cut in half • Curved inwards • To sort things • A 4 sided shape • Curved outwards • Shape of a table • Measure a corner • Nothing is the same • The strongest shape • Less than 90 degrees • Adjacent sides equal • Everything is the same • Greater than 90 degrees • A tiny box in a diagram • Opposite sides parallel • Only two things are the same • ...

### Geometry 2022-05-16

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- 90 degree angle
- has a starting point but no ending point
- longest side of a right triangle
- when sides of a figure are equal to each other
- triangles that have the same size and shape
- angle greater than 90 degrees
- has a formula of y=mx+b
- opposite over adjacent
- two rays that share an end point
- has a formula of a2+b2=c2
- expression containing square root
- form 90 degree if they cross
- part of a line with a starting point and a stopping point
- the angle between a side of a polygon and an extended adjacent side

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- lines that cross but do not make a right angle
- angle bisector and median
- a part of a line that has two endpoints
- opposite over hypotenuse
- three postive integers
- the angle between adjacent sides of a rectilinear figure
- angle less than 90 degrees
- adjacent over hypotenuse
- any particular spot
- lines that never cross
- 3.14

**25 Clues:** 3.14 • 90 degree angle • any particular spot • three postive integers • opposite over adjacent • lines that never cross • has a formula of y=mx+b • opposite over hypotenuse • adjacent over hypotenuse • angle bisector and median • has a formula of a2+b2=c2 • angle less than 90 degrees • form 90 degree if they cross • angle greater than 90 degrees • longest side of a right triangle • ...

### Geometry 2022-12-14

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- Side-Angle-Side
- near the center middle
- euclidean, two dimensional surface
- 90 degrees as in a corner of a square
- always larger than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees
- two figures having the same shape
- A line segment from a vertex (corner point)to the midpoint of the opposite point
- A dot:primitive notion
- the line segment connecting the midpoints of two sides of a triangle.
- Angle-Side-Angle

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- one end or slide is at a higher level than the other
- i long object
- lines lines in a plane that are always the same distance apart
- an equation in which two ratios are set equal to each other
- Angle-Angle-Side
- Hypotnuse leg
- Side-Side-Side
- usually measured in degrees
- present or experienced to a severe or intense degree
- lines two lines joined at a common point

**20 Clues:** i long object • Hypotnuse leg • Side-Side-Side • Side-Angle-Side • Angle-Angle-Side • Angle-Side-Angle • near the center middle • A dot:primitive notion • usually measured in degrees • two figures having the same shape • euclidean, two dimensional surface • 90 degrees as in a corner of a square • lines two lines joined at a common point • ...

### geometry 2023-05-17

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- A two-dimensional shape in which all points on the curved line are equidistant from a center point.
- 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.
- 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).
- Two lines that meet to make a corner.
- A closed four-sided figure with parallel opposite sides. A square is a special kind of rhombus. Sometimes called a diamond.
- The meeting of two faces on a three-dimensional shape.
- A two-dimensional, closed, four-sided figure with four right angles.
- Surface planes of three-dimensional shapes.
- Identical in size and shape.
- Line segments in geometric figures that compose the exterior of the object.
- Without a curve.

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- 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.
- 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.
- Having curvy or undulating attributes (e.g., ocean, octopus tentacles).
- A closed figure with three sides.
- Having a plane-like quality.
- Sides that are the same length.
- 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.
- A specific position on a line, plane, or in space.
- An informal word to describe angles of objects.

**20 Clues:** 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 2023-05-23

###### Across

- the point on a line segment that divides it into two equal parts
- angles opposite angles made by two intersecting lines
- equation that states two ratios are equal
- a quadrilateral whose opposite sides are parallel and equal
- consists of two points and the continuous part of a circle between them
- the longest side of a right-angled triangle, the side opposite the right angle
- line that intersects a circle at one point
- a transformation that turns a figure about a fixed point at a given angle and direction
- the distance around the edge of the circle

###### Down

- a ray that divides an angle into two congruent adjacent angles
- a^2 + b^2 = c^2
- divides a figure into two congruent halves that reflect each other
- a similarity transformation that may change the size of an object, but not the shape
- line that intersects a circle at two points
- comparison of two numbers by division
- a line that intersects two or more lines
- a transformation that "slides" each point of a figure the same distance in the same direction
- two lines that intersect to form right angles
- a straight line that connects two points on the circumference of a circle
- a straight line from the center to the perimeter of a circle

**20 Clues:** a^2 + b^2 = c^2 • comparison of two numbers by division • a line that intersects two or more lines • equation that states two ratios are equal • line that intersects a circle at one point • the distance around the edge of the circle • line that intersects a circle at two points • two lines that intersect to form right angles • ...

### geometry 2023-05-24

###### Across

- Relates the sine of each angle of the opposite side
- Relates the cosine of each angle to the side lengths
- an arc bigger than the semicircle
- a transformation using a scale factor
- A quadrilateral with both pairs of opposite sides parallel
- If the scale factor is greater than 1
- Parallelogram with 4 congruent sides
- If the scale factor is less than 1
- The perpendicular distance from the center to a side
- half of a circle
- A parallelogram with 4 congruent sides and 4 right angles
- the resulting figure after a transformation
- A segment whos endpoints are on a circle

###### Down

- opposite/adjacent
- A parallelogram with 4 right angles
- opposite/hypotenuse
- A line that intersects a circle at two points.
- the original figure
- A transformation that maps all points of a figure the same distance and direction
- Quadrilateral with 2 pairs of consecutive congruent sides and no opposite sides congruent
- The ratio that compares each length in a scale drawing to the actual length
- adjacent/hypotenuse
- A quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel lines
- A geometric figure that results in a change in the position of the figure

**24 Clues:** half of a circle • opposite/adjacent • opposite/hypotenuse • the original figure • adjacent/hypotenuse • an arc bigger than the semicircle • If the scale factor is less than 1 • A parallelogram with 4 right angles • Parallelogram with 4 congruent sides • a transformation using a scale factor • If the scale factor is greater than 1 • A segment whos endpoints are on a circle • ...

### Geometry 2023-05-16

###### Across

- angle sum is 180 degrees
- created by 2 distinct rays that share a common endpoint
- closed four sided figure
- quadrilateral with 4 congruent sides
- quadrilateral with 4 right angles
- set of points that satisfy a given condition
- the part of a line between 2 points on a line
- lines that don't intersect
- comparison of 2 quantities by division
- having the same relative position
- lines lines that cross each other
- polygons whose sides are congruent
- same distance

###### Down

- point at which 2 or more lines intersect
- quadrilateral whose opposite sides are parallel
- 2 lines that intersect at a right angle
- angle sum is 90 degrees
- having the same size, shape and measure
- divides a segment or angle into 2 equal parts
- occurs at both ends of a line segment
- lines that don't lie in the same place
- polygons whose angles are congruent
- an equation that states 2 ratios are equal
- angle have a common vertex and side but no common interior point
- figures that have the same size and shape

**25 Clues:** same distance • closed four sided figure • angle sum is 90 degrees • lines that don't intersect • angle sum is 180 degrees • quadrilateral with 4 right angles • having the same relative position • polygons whose sides are congruent • polygons whose angles are congruent • quadrilateral with 4 congruent sides • lines lines that cross each other • ...

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