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A tour de course

Mathematician: ________________________

Basic Vocabulary

The basic elements are geometry are:

The _______________, which is a location in space.

The _______________, which is a 1D collection of ___________ which extends in both directions.

The _______________, which is a subset of the ____________ that has two endpoints.

The ______________, which is a a subset of the ____________ that has one endpoint.

The ______________, which is the space between two rays and their measurement. Types:

____________, which measure greater than 180 but less than 360

The _____________, which is a 2D collection of _________ which extends forever in all directions.

The ____________, which is the set of all ________ that are equidistant from a single _________.

_____________________ lines intersect and form right angles.

_____________________ lines do not intersect and travel in the same direction.

_____________________ lines do not intersect but travel in different directions.

A ______________ is a point that is equidistant from two other points. If a line passes through the

_____________ of another line, it is called the ______________ of that line, because it splits it into

two parts of equal length.

An ___________________ is a line that splits an angle into two parts of equal measure.

Two angles whose measures sum to 180 are called ______________________.

Two angles whose measures sum to 90 are called _______________________.

Transformations

A transformation is a motion that maps one figure, called the pre-image, onto another, called the

image. A transformation is said to be a rigid motion transformation if _______________________

_______________________________________________________________________________.

There are three types of rigid motion transformations and each maintains certain properties. We

also investigated one type of non-rigid motion transformation. The table below describes their

properties:

Transformation Name

Maintains Location?

Maintains Size (Side Length)?

Maintains Shape (Angle Measure)?

Maintains Orientation?

Maintains Direction?

If two figures have a relationship such that a sequence of rigid motions can transform one figure

into the other, we say that the two figures are _________________.

If there exists a rigid motion transformation that can map a figure onto itself, we say that the figure

is ______________. There are two types: __________________ & ____________________.

To determine how many degrees you need to rotate a regular polygon to carry it onto itself,

___________________________________________________________.

Scalene triangles have no transformations that map them onto themselves. Isosceles triangles have

at least one. Equilateral triangles have 3 __________________ and rotational symmetry of 120.

Parallel Lines

When two parallel lines are cut by another line, called the _________________, several pairs of a

angles are formed, as shown in the diagram below.

The following table shows the relationships that the angles have.

Name

Relationship

Vertical Angles

Congruent

_______________________________________________________________________________

Triangles

Isosceles triangles have two ____________________ and two _______________________.

They have a single line of symmetry which passes through the vertex between the two

_________________________, which is known as the _________________.

An __________________ is a line segment perpendicular to a side and passing through the

opposite vertex.

A __________________ is a line segment from a vertex to the midpoint of the opposite side.

An _________________ is a line segment from a vertex that splits the angle in two.

In an isosceles triangle, the three types of lines that pass through the apex are all the same line.

In an equilateral triangle, ________________________________________________________

In a right triangle, two of the altitudes are the same as the ______________.

The other altitude of a right triangle splits the triangle into two ____________________________.

The lengths of the sides of a right triangle are related by the ___________________________,

which states that _______________________________________________________________.

The sides of a right triangle are related to the angles using special

ratios known as ________________________________________.

The definitions of those ratios are:

Quadrilaterals

The following table describes the properties of the three main families of quadrilaterals.

Kite

Parallelogram

Isosceles Trapezoid

Parallelism

Congruent Sides

Opposite Angles

Consecutive Angles

Diagonals

Symmetry

Circles

Triangulation

Several other parallelograms inherit the properties described above, as shown in the table below.

Kite

Parallelogram

Isosceles Trapezoid

Rhombus

Rectangle

Square

In addition:

A ______________________ is an equilateral quadrilateral.

A ______________________ is an equiangular quadrilateral.

A ______________________ is a regular quadrilateral. (Regular means both equilateral and

equiangular.)

A trapezoid is a _________________________________________________________________.

y = ax + b

where ___ represents the slope and ___ represents the y-intercept.

To calculate the slope:

Perpendicular lines have _____________________________ slopes.

If you know the slope of a line and a point, (h,k), that it passes through, the equation of the line

can be written as:

Measurement

_______________ is the amount of space something two-dimensional takes up.

_______________ is the amount of space something three-dimensional takes up.

_______________ is the sum of the _________ of each face of a three-dimensional object.

_______________ is the total length of the sides of a polygon.

_______________ is the ______________ of a circle.

A ____________ is a three-dimensional figure with two parallel polygon bases.

Its volume is calculated by:

A ____________ with circulars bases is known as a _________________.

Its volume is calculated by:

Its surface area is calculated by:

A ____________ is a three-dimensional figure with a polygon base and other faces that all meet at

a single point.

Its volume is calculated by:

Its volume is calculated by:

point.

Its volume is calculated by:

2D to 3D to 2D

If a rectangle is rotated continuously around one of its sides, a _________________ is formed.

If a circle is rotated continuously around its center, a ____________________ is formed.

If a right triangle is rotated continuously around one of its legs, a _________________ is formed.

If a non-right triangle is rotated continuously around one of its sides, it forms:

If a cone is sliced by a plane perpendicular to the base, the resulting cross-section will be a

If a cone is sliced by a plane parallel to the base, the resulting cross-section will be a

If a cylinder is sliced by a plane perpendicular to the base, the resulting cross-section will be a

If a cylinder is sliced by a plane parallel to the base, the resulting cross-section will be a

If a prism is sliced by a plane parallel to the base, the resulting cross-section will be a

If a prism is sliced by a plane perpendicular to the base, the resulting cross-section will be a

Circles

The equation of a circle in center-radius form looks like:

A ___________ is an angle measure where 1 ____________ is equal to the angle where the arc

length is the same as the radius.

A circle measures 360, which is equivalent to _____________________.

To convert from degrees to radians:

Circle Parts

An arc is subtended by an angle when the _______________ of the arc are the same as the

_______________ of the angle.

A _____________________ is an angle formed by two radii. The measure of the angle is

_________________ the measure of the arc subtended by it.

An _____________________ is an angle formed by two chords. The measure of the angle is

_________________ the measure of the arc subtended by it.

The longest chord in a circle is known as the ___________________.

A ___________________ is a line that touches a circle at a single point. When it intersects a

radius, they form a _______________________.

If two __________________________ intersect at the same point outside of the circle, then they

are ____________________________ and form an ______________________ with the chord

connecting their points of tangency, or form a ________________ with two radii.

If two chords intersect, they form _________________________________.

If two diameters intersect, they form _______________________________.

The angles formed by two chords intersecting are related to the chords they subtend by

The opposite angles of a quadrilateral inscribed in a circle are __________________________.

Congruence

If two figures are congruent, then their ___________________ parts are congruent.

In order to prove that two triangles are congruent, we need to know a minimum amount of

information:

Similarity

If two figures are similar, then their ___________________ angles are ______________________.

If two figures are similar, then their ___________________ sides are _______________________.

If a triangle is intersected by a line that is _______________ to one of the sides, it forms a smaller

triangle that is similar to the original.

Similarly, if the midpoints of two sides of a triangle are connected, it forms a similar triangle whose

sides are ____________________________________________________.

All _____________ are similar.

If you know that two figures are similar, and you know the lengths of the sides of one figure and

the ______________ factor, you can find the lengths of the other one by

If you dont know the ______________ factor, but you know the lengths of two corresponding

sides, you can determine it by

Because a right triangle can be split into two similar right triangle, there is a certain proportion

between the sides and the altitude:

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