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Can you name the undefined geometry terms?
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can you name the
angles that has a sum of 90 degrees
angle > 360 degrees
180 < angle < 360
10 sided polygon
no length, no width, no thickness
measurement of the space inside a polygon
measurement of the capacity of a prism
two lines that has a common point
a 3 dimensional figure
angle = 0 degrees
a line inside a circle
measurement around a polygon
inersection of two planes
9 sided polygon
infinite length, no width, no thickness
can you name the
infinite length and width but no thickness
rays that shares a common endpoint
longest chord in a circle
coplanar lines that do not intersect
90 degrees > angle > 0 degrees
common endpoint of two rays
angles that has a sum of 180 degrees
longest line in a right triangle
angles that measures exactly 90 degrees
many lines having a common point
a polygon that has the area of two triangles
180 degrees > angle > 90 degrees
has specific length, has 2 endpoints
lines that are noncoplanar
infinite length, no width, has only one endpoint.
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