ABC’s of Geometry Hunter Hovan Gavin Anthony Pd.1
A=Angle • The union of 2 rays that have the same endpoint
B=Base • The surface that a solid stands on
C=Circumference • The perimeter of a circle
D=Decagon • A ten-sided polygon
E=Equilateral Triangle • Equal in length on all sides
F=Flip • Make a mirror image of one shape or object
G=Graph • A diagram of values • Usually shown with line or bars
H=Hexagon • A six sided polygon
I=Isosceles Triangle • A triangle with two equal sides
J=AdJacent Angle • Two angles that share a common Vertex and don’t overlap
K=Kite • A quadrilateral that has two distinct pairs of consecutive equilateral sides
L=Line • Is straight (no line) • Has no thickness
M=Measurement • The process of assigning a number to a physical property.
N=Number Line • A line that represent the set of numbers
O=Obtuse Angle • An angle that has measure more than 90° and less than 180°
P=Pi • The ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter • π = 3.141592653589793
Q=Quadrilateral • A polygon with four sides.
R=Rectangle • A box shape on a plane.
S=Square • A rectangle with all four sides of equal length.
T=Triangle • A polygon with three sides.
U=Undecagon • A polygon with eleven sides.
V=Vertex • A corner point of a geometric figure.
S=SkeW Lines • Lines in three dimensional space that do not intersect and are not parallel
X=X-Axis • The line on a graph that runs horizontally (left-right) through zero.
Y=Y-Axis • The line on a graph that runs vertically (up-down) through zero.
Z=Z-Axis • The third line in a 3-dimensional coordinate system.