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- The name of a theorem when the sum of the squares of the length of the legs is equal to the square of the length of the hypotenuse.
- Pythagorean
- An angle in the center of a circle. The angle has a vertex in the center.
- central
- A segment in a circle whose endpoints are on the circle. These segments might form a triangle.
- chord
- This cuts a solid plane to form two objects. This is also the intersection of a solid and a plane .
- cross section
- A translation that has a center and a scale factor. This can also be a copy of a segment.
- Dilation
- This angle is in a circle. It can only be this type of angle if the vertex of the angle is on the circle and the sides are chords of the circle
- Inscribed
- This type of arc is in a circle.It has endpoints of an inscribed angle.
- intercepted
- This is a type of shape with twelve sides. This type of shape is a polygon.
- dodecagon
- A figure whose non parallel opposite side are congruent. The figure is a type of trapezoid.
- isosceles
- This figure is known as a polyhedron. It has exactly two congruent,parallel faces,called bases.
- Prism
- This figure has two congruent parallel bases. however the bases are circles.
- cylinder
- This figure has congruent lateral faces that are isosceles triangles.It base is is a regular polygon.
- regular pyramid
- This is a segment that passes through the center. This segment can also pass through circles.
- diameter
- This ratio compares two figures.It is also the linear dimensions of two objects.
- Similarity
- A line that intersects a circle. The line intersects two points
- secant
- A figure that is a closed.It has to have at least three sides that are segments.
- polygon
- A convincing argument that uses deductive reasoning. It is written in two columns.
- Proof
- This type of angle forms opposite arrays. These angles may look an X.
- vertical
- These lines lie on the same grid. They never intersect.
- parallel
- This can be confused for a radius for a polygon.But it is the distance from the center to a side.
- Apothem