# Geometry Vocab Chapter 1 & 2

35 Questions | Total Attempts: 30  Settings  Vocab geometry chapters 1 and 2

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• 1.
Collinear points
• A.

Are points that lie on the same line

• B.

Are points that do not lie on the same line.

• 2.
Noncollineor points
• A.

Are points that lie on the same line

• B.

Are points that do not lie on the same line.

• 3.
Line segment
• A.

Of is a part of a line consisting of two points, called end points, and the set of all points between them.

• B.

Of is a part of a line consisting of a given point, called the end point, and the set of all points on one side of the end point.

• 4.
Ray
• A.

Of is a part of a line consisting of a given point, called the end point, and the set of all points on one side of the end point.

• B.

Are line segments that have equal lengths.

• 5.
Congruent line segments
• A.

Are line segments that have equal lengths.

• B.

Of is a part of a line consisting of two points, called end points, and the set of all points between them.

• 6.
Angle
• A.

Is the union of two rays having the same end point. The end point is called the vertex of the angle: the rays are called the sides of the triangle.

• B.

Of is a part of a line consisting of a given point, called the end point, and the set of all points on one side of the end point.

• 7.
Right angle
• A.

Is an angle with a measure of 90 degrees.

• B.

Is on angle with a measure of less than 90 degrees.

• C.

Is an angle with a measure of greater than 90 degrees.

• 8.
Acute angle
• A.

Is on angle with a measure of less than 90 degrees

• B.

Is an angle with a measure of greater than 90 degrees.

• C.

Is an angle with a measure of 90 degrees.

• 9.
Obtuse angle
• A.

Is an angle with a measure of greater than 90 degrees.

• B.

Is an angle with a measure of 90 degrees.

• C.

Is on angle with a measure of less than 90 degrees

• 10.
Midpoint of line segment
• A.

Is the point that divides the line segment into two congruent line segements.

• B.

Two points determrne a unique straight line.

• 11.
Segment Bisector
• A.

A bisector of AB line segment is any line, ray or line segment which passes through the midpoint of AB line segment

• B.

OR ray is the bisector of

• 12.
Angle Bisector
• A.

OR ray is the bisector of

• B.

A bisector of AB line segment is any line, ray or line segment which passes through the midpoint of AB line segment

• 13.
• A.

If equals are added to equals, the results are equal.

• B.

If two quantities are equal to the same quanity, then they are equal to each other

• 14.
Subtraction Property
• A.

If equals are subtracted from equals, the results are equal

• B.

If two quantities are equal to the same quanity, then they are equal to each other

• 15.
Multiplication Property
• A.

If equals are multiplied by equals, their products are equal

• B.

If two quantities are equal to the same quanity, then they are equal to each other

• 16.
Division Property
• A.

If equals are divided by nonzero equals, their quotients are equal

• B.

If two quantities are equal to the same quanity, then they are equal to each other

• 17.
Subsitition Property
• A.

If a=b, then either a or b may be substituted for the other in any equation

• B.

If two quantities are equal to the same quanity, then they are equal to each other

• 18.
Transitive Property
• A.

If two quantities are equal to the same quanity, then they are equal to each other

• B.

If a=b, then either a or b may be substituted for the other in any equation

• 19.
Reflexive Property
• A.

Any quantitiy is equal to itself

• B.

The positions of the expressions on either side of an equals sign may be reversed

• 20.
Symmetric Property
• A.

The positions of the expressions on either side of an equals sign may be reversed

• B.

Any quantitiy is equal to itself

• 21.
Inductive Reasoning
• A.

We look at several examples of something and find a fact that holds true for those examples. Then we conclude that the fact is true for all other possible examples.

• B.

We start with an accurate assupmtion and then as long as we've reasoned correctly our conclusion has to be true. Conditional Statements with "If" premise and "Then" conclusion

• 22.
Deductive Reasoning
• A.

We start with an accurate assupmtion and then as long as we've reasoned correctly our conclusion has to be true. Conditional Statements with "If" premise and "Then" conclusion

• B.

We look at several examples of something and find a fact that holds true for those examples. Then we conclude that the fact is true for all other possible examples.

• 23.
Congruent Figures
• A.

Figures that have the same size and shape

• B.

Figures that have the same size but not shape

• 24.
Similar Figures
• A.

Figures that have the same shape but are different sizes

• B.

Figures that have the same area

• 25.
Equivalent Figures
• A.

Figures that have the same area

• B.

Figures that have the same shape but are different sizes