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The Language of Geometry Vocabulary

The measure or length of the line segment that connects the two points, represented by the endpoints of the segment with no bar placed over the letters
Two rays that share an endpoint, named using 3 points (the letter representing the vertex must be in the middle position)
Points that lie on the same line
Sum of angles is 90
Point where two rays meet
Made up of infinitely many points that extend infinitely far in opposite directions. named with a double arrow over any two points,
The process of observing patterns and forming conclusions about those patterns
A portion of a line between any two points
When an object is exactly or approximately similar to a part of itself
Each number in the pattern is the sum of the previous two numbers
a statement that you believe to be true based upon your observations
three "undefined terms" which form the basis for defining all other geometric objects.
A subset of a line that starts at one point and extends indefinitely along the line in one direction, named by putting a single arrow over the letters representing two points on it, starting with the endpoint
Sum of angles is 180
a line, ray, or segment that divides the angle into two angles with equal measures.
Describes a location but has no size, labeled with capital print letters
A flat surface that extends in all directions, named using any 3 points in it that do not lie on the same line