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HUNT PROJECT

By Jen Robert

9/27/13

POINT

**A point specifies only location; it has no length, width, or depth. We usually
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represent a point with a dot on paper, but the dot we make has some dimension,

while a true point has dimension 0.

An example of a point in the real world is an eclipse, which occurs when the moon

totally or completely blocks out the sun. A partial eclipse is more common than a full

eclipse; full eclipses don’t occur that often.

SKEW LINES

**Two nonparallel lines in space that do not intersect are
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called skew lines.

An example of a skew line is in a bridge.

ANGLE

**The figure formed by two lines diverging from a common
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point.

The figure formed by two planes diverging from a common

line. A place you may find an angle is on a bike frame.

A STRAIGHT ANGLE

**A straight angle is an angle with 180 degrees.
**

An example of a straight angle is in a skate park- there are

many different types of rails to skate on, but some are

straight.

RIGHT ANGLE

**A acute angle is an angle that measures less than 90
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degrees.

You can see a acute in slice of pizza - slices are often cut

into acute angles.

COLLINEAR POINTS

**Collinear points are three or more points that lie on the
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same line.

An example of collinear points is a tree branch- the 'base

branch' is the line, and every branch sprouting out of the

base is a point. Pictured here is a cherry blossom branch.

RIGHT ANGLE

**Definition: An angle that mesaures exactly 90 degrees.
**

An example of a 90 degreeee angle is the corner of a book.

CONGRUENT SEGMENTS

**Line segments that have the same length.
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An example ofcongruent segments is in the road linesOften the yellow and white lines are the same length.

SEGMENT BISECTOR

**A point, ray, line, line segment, or line that intersects at its
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midpoint.

An example of this is in a cross.

PERPENDICULAR BISECTOR

**A line which cuts a line segment into two equal parts at 90
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degrees.

An example of where you may perpendicularcular bisector

is at a three way intersection - andding the third way on

makes a T shape.

OBTUSE ANGLE

**An angle that measures more than 90 degrees, but less
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than 180.

An example of an obtuse angle in real life is a lawn chair- if

someone was laying in the sun they would be reclined back,

right?

SEGMENT

**Each of the parts into which something is or may be divided
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.

An segment is in an orange - and a whole orange can be

divided into about 8 pieces, each piece called a segment.

COPLANAR LINE SEGMENTS

**A multitide of lines laying on the same plane.
**

An example of coplanar line segments is in train tracks they are two lines on the same ground.

MIDPOINT OF A SEGMENT

**A midpoint is the point of a line segment that is halfway in
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between the line.

An example of a midpoint of a segment is a chinese yo yo.

This can be found in novelty gift shops.

CONGRUENT ANGLES

**2 angles of the same shape and size.
**

An example of congruent angles is on a butterflies wingsbutterfly wings are normally obtuse angles, and are also the

same shape and size.

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