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GEOMETRY IN THE REAL WORLD

By: ALEX ROBLERO

POINT

An undefined term in geometry, it defines a location and it has no size


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LINE

An undefined term in geometry, a line is a straight path that has no thickness


and extends forever
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PLANE

An undefined term in geometry, it is a flat surface that has no thickness and


extends forever
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SEGMENT

A straight line which links two points without extending beyond them and it is
infinitely long
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RAY

Extends infinitely long in one direction


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COLLINEAR POINTS

Points that lie on the same line


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ACUTE ANGLE

An angle that measures less than ninety degrees but more than zero degrees
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OBTUSE ANGLE

An angle that measures more than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees
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RIGHT ANGLE

It has one point, infinitely long, doesnt have a midpoint, and it


is 90 degrees
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PERPENDICULAR LINES

They intersect at 90 degree angles, Intersect to form four right angles, and have
a negative slope
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COMPLEMENTARY ANGLES
30 degrees

Adds up to 90 degrees, have 2 angles, adjacent, and nonadjacent


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SUPPLEMENTARY ANGLES
120 degrees

60 degrees

Adds up to 180 degrees, 2 angles, adjacent, and nonadjacent


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