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A 5-sided shape Pentagon

A 6-sided shape Hexagon

A 7-sided shape Heptagon

An 8-sided shape Octagon

A 9-sided shape Nonagon

A 10-sided shape Decagon

A 12-sided shape Dodecagon

A triangle, all sides the same Equilateral

A triangle, no sides the same Scalene

A triangle, 2 sides the same Isosceles

A shape with only 2 sides Semi circle

A shape with only 1 side Circle

A 4-sided shape, all sides equal, all angles equal Square

A 4-sided shape, all sides equal, 2 sets of equal angles Rhombus

A 4-sided shape, 2 sets of equal sides, 2 sets of equal angles Rectangle

A 4-sided shape, 1 set of parallel lines Trapezium

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Two 1. rays sharing a common endpoint. This geometry word are typically 1. measured in 1. degrees or 1. radians. Angles

The 2. ratio of the 2. circumference of a 2. circle to its 2. diameter. Pi is written π and is a 2. transcendental number Pi

Half a 3. circle. That is, a 180° 3. arc. Semicircle

Two 4. distinct 4. coplanar 4. lines that do not intersect. This pair of lines have the same 4. slope. Parallel Lines

A 5. line representing the 5. set of all 5. real numbers. The number line is typically marked showing 5. integer values. Number Line

The point where two or more rays meet. The point of intersection of three or more edges of a solid figure. Vertex

A 7. solid with 7. parallel 7. congruent 7. bases which are both 7. polygons. The bases must be oriented identically. Prism

A 8. polyhedron with a 8. polygonal 8. base and 8. lateral faces that taper to an 8. apex. A type of 3-dimensional shape with a 8. triangular base is called a 8. tetrahedron. Pyramid

The process of assigning a number to a physical property. the size, length, or amount of something, as established by measuring. Measurement

The center a 10. polygon’s 10. inscribed circle. This part of a shape is located at the 10. point of intersection of the polygon's 10. angle bisectors. Incenter

A complete 11. circular arc. Also means the distance around the the outside of a 11. circle. Circumference

The 12. geometric figure formed by two 12. points.a straight one-dimensional figure having no thickness and extending infinitely in both directions. Line

The branch of mathematics concerned with the properties and relations of points, lines, surfaces, solids, and higher dimensional analogs.The shape and relative arrangement of the parts of something. Geometry

A 14. line segment between two 14. points on the 14. circle or 14. sphere which passes through the center. The longest chord of the circle. Diameter

A 15. line segment between the center and a point on the 15. circle or 15. sphere.Modern usage, it is the length of any of them. Radius

An 16. expression used to calculate a desired result, such as a 16. formula to find volume or a 16. formula to count combinations. Formulas can also be 16. equations involving numbers and/or 16. variables, such as 16. Euler's formula. Formula

A 17. rectangle with all four 17. sides of equal length. This shape is a 17. quadrilateral with four 17. congruent sides and four congruent 17. angles (all 90°). Square

It sides or segments have the exact same length. It angles have the exact same measure. Congruent

a part of a line that is bounded by two distinct end points, and contains every point on the line between its endpoints. When closed it includes both endpoints. Line Segment

The external form or appearance characteristic of someone or something; the outline of an area or figure.The particular condition or state of someone or something. Shapes

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(x -1)^2

(3k + 5)^2

(2x + 1)^2

(2n - 1)^2

(3n - 4)^2

(4m - 3)^2

(n + 2)^2

(2a + 3)^2

(4x+ 1)^2

(5p + 2)^2

(4x + 3)^2

(3r + 2)^2

(a - 7)(a + 7)

(p - 12)(p + 12)

(x - 3)(x + 3)

(k - 11)(k + 11)

(n - 17)(n + 17)

(2x - 5)(2x +5)

(a - 8)(a + 8)

(b - 5)(b + 5)

(x - 2)(x + 2)

(k - 6)(k + 6)

(n - 13)(n + 13)

(4b + 1)(4b - 1)

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M1

M2

M3

M4

M5

CT1

CT2

CT3

CT4

CT5

CT6

CT7

A1

A2

A3

A4

A5

A6

A7

A8

Lynx

Great Pyramid of Giza

What = 2

Hi

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Who created the Pythagorean Theorem Pythagoras

Where was the creator born Aegean Island

The longest side Hypotenuse

Type of triangle in Pythagorean Theorem Right Triangle

A^2 + b^2 = c^2 Pythagorean Theorem

Formula used to measure the __________ between two points on the coordinate plane Distance

Find the missing side when c=15 and a=9 twelve

Solve. a= 12 and b=5 Thirteen

Find the missing side a=4 and b=7 eight.one

Find the distance between (5,12) and (-5,-12) twentysix

Tell whether the given side lengths for a right triangle8,15,17 yes

A and B are the Legs

A and B form the right ____________ Angle

The sum of the __________ of the lengths of the legs is equal to the _______ of the Hypotenuse Square

The Aegean Island is located where Samos

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Two 1. rays sharing a common endpoint. This geometry word are typically 1. measured in 1. degrees or 1. radians. Angle

The 2. ratio of the 2. circumference of a 2. circle to its 2. diameter. Pi is written π and is a 2. transcendental number. Pi

Half a 3. circle. That is, a 180° 3. arc. Semicircle

Two 4. distinct 4. coplanar 4. lines that do not intersect. This pair of lines have the same 4. slope. Parallel Lines

A 5. line representing the 5. set of all 5. real numbers. The number line is typically marked showing 5. integer values. Number line

The point where two or more rays meet. The point of intersection of three or more edges of a solid figure. Vertex

A 7. solid with 7. parallel 7. congruent 7. bases which are both 7. polygons. The bases must be oriented identically. Prism

A 8. polyhedron with a 8. polygonal 8. base and 8. lateral faces that taper to an 8. apex. A type of 3-dimensional shape with a 8. triangular base is called a 8. tetrahedron. Pyramid

The process of assigning a number to a physical property. the size, length, or amount of something, as established by measuring. Measurement

The center a 10. polygon’s 10. inscribed circle. This part of a shape is located at the 10. point of intersection of the polygon's 10. angle bisectors. Incenter

A complete 11. circular arc. Also means the distance around the the outside of a 11. circle. Circumference

The 12. geometric figure formed by two 12. points.a straight one-dimensional figure having no thickness and extending infinitely in both directions. Line

The branch of mathematics concerned with the properties and relations of points, lines, surfaces, solids, and higher dimensional analogs.The shape and relative arrangement of the parts of something. Geometry

A 14. line segment between two 14. points on the 14. circle or 14. sphere which passes through the center. The longest chord of the circle. Diameter

A 15. line segment between the center and a point on the 15. circle or 15. sphere.Modern usage, it is the length of any of them. Radius

An 16. expression used to calculate a desired result, such as a 16. formula to find volume or a 16. formula to count combinations. Formulas can also be 16. equations involving numbers and/or 16. variables, such as 16. Euler's formula. Formula

A 17. rectangle with all four 17. sides of equal length. This shape is a 17. quadrilateral with four 17. congruent sides and four congruent 17. angles (all 90°). Square

It sides or segments have the exact same length. It angles have the exact same measure. Congruent

A part of a line that is bounded by two distinct end points, and contains every point on the line between its endpoints. When closed it includes both endpoints. line segment

the external form or appearance characteristic of someone or something; the outline of an area or figure.The particular condition or state of someone or something. Shapes

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- Crossword Puzzle

Two 1. rays sharing a common endpoint. This geometry word are typically 1. measured in 1. degrees or 1. radians. Angels

The 2. ratio of the 2. circumference of a 2. circle to its 2. diameter. Pi is written π and is a 2. transcendental number. Pi

Half a 3. circle. That is, a 180° 3. arc. Semicircle

Two 4. distinct 4. coplanar 4. lines that do not intersect. This pair of lines have the same 4. slope. Parallel Lines

A 5. line representing the 5. set of all 5. real numbers. The number line is typically marked showing 5. integer values. Number Line

The point where two or more rays meet. The point of intersection of three or more edges of a solid figure. Vertex

A 7. solid with 7. parallel 7. congruent 7. bases which are both 7. polygons. The bases must be oriented identically. Prism

A 8. polyhedron with a 8. polygonal 8. base and 8. lateral faces that taper to an 8. apex. A type of 3-dimensional shape with a 8. triangular base is called a 8. tetrahedron. Pyramid

The process of assigning a number to a physical property. the size, length, or amount of something, as established by measuring. Measurement

The center a 10. polygon’s 10. inscribed circle. This part of a shape is located at the 10. point of intersection of the polygon's 10. angle bisectors Incenter

A complete 11. circular arc. Also means the distance around the the outside of a 11. circle. Circumference

The 12. geometric figure formed by two 12. points.a straight one-dimensional figure having no thickness and extending infinitely in both directions. Line

The branch of mathematics concerned with the properties and relations of points, lines, surfaces, solids, and higher dimensional analogs.The shape and relative arrangement of the parts of something. Geometry

A 14. line segment between two 14. points on the 14. circle or 14. sphere which passes through the center. The longest chord of the circle. Diameter

A 15. line segment between the center and a point on the 15. circle or 15. sphere.Modern usage, it is the length of any of them. Radius

An 16. expression used to calculate a desired result, such as a 16. formula to find volume or a 16. formula to count combinations. Formulas can also be 16. equations involving numbers and/or 16. variables, such as 16. Euler's formula. Formula

A 17. rectangle with all four 17. sides of equal length. This shape is a 17. quadrilateral with four 17. congruent sides and four congruent 17. angles (all 90°). Square

It sides or segments have the exact same length. It angles have the exact same measure. Congruent

A part of a line that is bounded by two distinct end points, and contains every point on the line between its endpoints. When closed it includes both endpoints. Line Segment

The external form or appearance characteristic of someone or something; the outline of an area or figure.The particular condition or state of someone or something. Shapes

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√((x_2-x_1 )^2+(y_2-y_1 )^2 ) DistanceFormula

a^2+b^2=c^2 PythagoreanTheorem

x=(-b±√(b^2-4ac))/2a Quadratic

(x+x/2), (y+y/2) Midpoint

(y-y)/(x-x) Slope

y=mx+b slopeintercept

A=1/2*b*h AreaofTraiangle

A=l*w AreaofResctangle

A=pi*r^2 AreaofCirlce

2*pi*r or d*pi Circumference

opposite/hypotenuse Sine

adjacent/hypotenuse Cosine

Opposite/adjacent Tangent

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3a = 12 FOUR

2a = 10 FIVE

6a = 18 THREE

a ÷ 10 = 2 TWENTY

a ÷ 5 = 10 FIFTY

a ÷ 3 = 12 THIRTY SIX

5a = 10 TWO

a ÷ 4 = 4 SIXTEEN

a - 5 = 17 TWENTYTWO

a + 4 = 6 ONE

a - 4 = 17 TWENTYONE

a ÷ 40 = 2 EIGHTY

3a = 27 NINE

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Increases the thickness of the text to make it stand out more in the document. BOLD

Makes the text lean towards the right. ITALICS

Puts a line undernath the text. UNDERLINE

Creates an ordered list. NUMBERED BULLETS

Creates an unordered list. BULLET POINTS

The name given to modern styles of font. SANS SERIF

The name given to old styles of font. SERIF

The adjustable area between the edge of the page and the text which is usually kept blank. MARGIN

Use to insert information at the top of every page in the document. HEADER

Used to insert inforamtion at the bottom of every page in a document. FOOTER

A way of organising information into rows and columns TABLE

Ctrl + X CUT

Ctrl + C COPY

Text which is straight on the right margin RIGHT ALIGN

Text which is straight on both margins. FULLY JUSTIFY

Automatically changes text to the selected format. FORMAT PAINTER

Paper direction is horizontal LANDSCAPE

Paper direction is vertical PORTRAIT

A1, A2, A3, A4 and A5 are examples of what? PAGE SIZE

Set the size of the gap inbetween lines in your document. LINE SPACING

Used to locate and change a specific word in a document. FIND AND REPLACE

Used to combine cells in a table MERGE CELLS

Cells going across a table. ROW

Cells going down a table COLUMN