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REAL WORLD

POINT

A point in the geometry world is a dot that is always labeled with a

capital letter. A good example of the real world object would be an

eyeball

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LINE

line in the Geometry world infinitely long and straight, and has no

endpoints. A good example of the real world object will be an

highway. Through any two points ther is exactly ONE LINE

PLANE

A plane in the Geometry world is a flat surface that extends

infinitely in al different directions, and named by a single Capital

letter or by 3 noncollinear points. An example of a real world object

will be this tile floor. Through any three noncollinear points there is

exactly one plane containing them

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SEGMENT

A segment in the geometry world is a part of a line or ray that has

two endpoints. A good example of a real world object would be a

railroad track or power lines. Through any two points there is

exactly ONE LINE . Segment addition

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RAY

A ray in the geometry world has one end point that extends

infinitely in one direction named by its endpoints. A good example

of an real world example will be the sun, because the sun shines

down in one direction.

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COLLINEAR POINTS

A collinear point in the geometry world is points that lie on the

same line and in NONCOLLINEAR. A good example of the real world

object will be theses statuses because they all lie one the same line

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ACUTE ANGLE

An acute angle in the geometry world is a triangle that measures

between 0 and 90 degrees. A good example of an acute angle in

the real world object will be thiss slice of pizza

OBTUSE ANGLE

A obtuse in the geometry world is an angle that measure greater

that 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees, an good example of an

real world object will be this spider web.

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RIGHT ANGLE

A right angle in the geometry world is an angle that measure 90

degrees. An example of an real world object is an bird house,

because is measures 90 degrees

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PERPENDICULAR LINES

A perpendicular line in the geometry world is lines that intersect at

90 degree angles. A example of an real world object will be this sign

because the lines intersect at 90 degrees

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COMMPLENTARY ANGLES

A Commplentary angle in the geometry world is two angles whose

measure have a sum of 90 degrees. An real world object will be

window, because both angles equal up to 90 degrees

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SUPPLEMENTARY ANGLES

A supplementary angle in the geometry world are two angles

whose measure that have a sum of 180 degrees. A real world

object will be this because the whole angle adds up to 180 degrees

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