# Introduction To Geometry: Vocabulary Quiz Part 2

14 Questions | Attempts: 152
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Select the vocabulary term that best completes the definition.

• 1.
Having the same measure.
• A.

Transversal

• B.

Congruent

• C.

Parallel

• D.

Perpendicular

• 2.
Three line segments that intersect only at their endpoints.
• A.

• B.

• C.

Pentagonal

• D.

Triangle

• 3.
A triangle with three congruent sides.
• A.

Isosceles triangle

• B.

Corresponding triangle

• C.

Equilateral triangle

• D.

Scalene triangle

• 4.
Angles that are in the same position on the two lines in relation to the transversal; these angle types are congruent.
• A.

Alternate interior angles

• B.

Alternate exterior angles

• C.

Corresponding angles

• D.

Transversal angles

• 5.
Having the same shape, congruent angles, and proportional sides.
• A.

Similar

• B.

Same

• C.

Straight

• D.

Familiar

• 6.
A triangle with two acute angles and one right angle.
• A.

Obtuse triangle

• B.

Acute triangle

• C.

Left triangle

• D.

Right triangle

• 7.
Angles that are on opposite sides of the transversal and outside the other two lines; these angle types are congruent.
• A.

Alternate interior angles

• B.

Alternate exterior angles

• C.

Corresponding angles

• D.

Transversal angles

• 8.
A triangle with no congruent sides.
• A.

Equilateral triangle

• B.

Isosceles triangle

• C.

Scalene triangle

• D.

Extraordinary triangle

• 9.
A triangle that has all three angles acute.
• A.

Acute triangle

• B.

Obtuse triangle

• C.

Right triangle

• D.

Transversal triangle

• 10.
A triangle with two congruent sides.
• A.

Equilateral triangle

• B.

Scalene

• C.

Isosceles triangle

• D.

Transversal triangle

• 11.
A triangle with two acute angles and one obtuse angle.
• A.

Obtuse triangle

• B.

Equilateral triangle

• C.

Transversal triangle

• D.

Acute triangle

• 12.
Lines that intersect at right angles.
• A.

Corresponding lines

• B.

Parallel lines

• C.

Perpendicular lines

• D.

Straight lines

• 13.
Angles that have the same vertex, share a common side, and do not overlap.
• A.

Transversal angles

• B.

Straight angles

• C.

• D.

Vertical angles

• 14.
Opposite angles formed by intersecting lines; these angle types are congruent.
• A.

Vertical angles

• B.

• C.

Transversal angles

• D.

Straight angles