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front 1 undefined term | back 1 ex; point, line, plane |

front 2 point | back 2 a location, has neither size or shape |

front 3 line | back 3 made up of points and has no thickness or width |

front 4 plane | back 4 a flat surface made up of points that extends indefinitely in all directions |

front 5 collinear | back 5 points that lie on the same line |

front 6 coplanar | back 6 points that lie on the same plane |

front 7 intersection | back 7 The set of points they have in common, two lines intersect at one point |

front 8 definition | back 8 explained using undefined terms and/or other defined terms |

front 9 defined term | back 9 explained using undefined terms and/or other defined terms |

front 10 space | back 10 defined as boundless |

front 11 line segment | back 11 a straight line which links two points without extending beyond them |

front 12 betweenness of points | back 12 a point is between two other points on the same line |

front 13 between | back 13 in a space separating two objects |

front 14 congruent segments | back 14 segments that have the same measure |

front 15 construction | back 15 methods of creating geometric figures without the benefit of measuring tools |

front 16 distance | back 16 the length of the segment with those points as its endpoints |

front 17 midpoint | back 17 the point halfway between the endpoints of the segment |

front 18 segment bisector | back 18 any segment, line or plane that intersects a segment at its midpoint |

front 19 ray | back 19 a part of a line |

front 20 opposite rays | back 20 two rays with a common endpoint that point in opposite directions and form a straight line. |

front 21 angle | back 21 formed by two noncollinear rays that have a common endpoint |

front 22 side | back 22 the rays |

front 23 vertex | back 23 the common endpoint |

front 24 interior | back 24 the space inside of an angle |

front 25 exterior | back 25 the space outside of an angle |

front 26 degree | back 26 a measurement of plane angle; 1/360 |

front 27 right angle | back 27 an angle whose measure is exactly 90° |

front 28 acute angle | back 28 an angle whose measure is less than 90° |

front 29 obtuse angle | back 29 an angle whose measure is greater than 90° and less than 180° |

front 30 angle bisector | back 30 a ray that divides an angle into two congruent angles |

front 31 adjacent angles | back 31 two angles that lie in the same plane and have a common vertex and a common side, but no common interior points |

front 32 linear pair | back 32 a pair of adjacent angles with no common sides that are opposite rays |

front 33 vertical angles | back 33 two adjacent angles formed by two intersecting lines |

front 34 complementary angles | back 34 two angles with measures that have a sum of 90 |

front 35 supplementary angles | back 35 two angles with measures that have a sum of 180 |

front 36 perpendicular | back 36 lines, segments, rays that form right angles |

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