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Geometry: Points, Lines, Planes

Having equal measure.
The boundless, three-dimensional set of all points.
Refers to how close a measured value comes to the actual value.
(two words) Part of a line consisting of two endpoints and all the points between them.
Geometric drawing created with a compass, straightedge, and pencil.
An area of mathematics dealing with three-dimensional solids, plane shapes, points, lines, curves, surfaces and angles, and their position, size and relationships in space.
A two-dimensional flat surface that is made up of points that extends infinitely in all directions.
One-dimensional, it is an infinite set of points that extends in opposite directions without end.
The set of all points that satisfies a given condition.
The point(s) that two or more geometric figures have in common.
Refers to the clustering of a group of measurements. Depends only on the smallest unit of measurement available on the measuring tool.
On the same line.
On the same plane.
It has no dimension. It is a location. It is represented by a dot.