there is a TON of geometry vocab terms. so i hope i can help by telling you the ones that i learned freshman year in highschool. these are in the order that we learned them:
conditional - statement that can be written in "if...then" form.
ex: if a car is a corvette, then it is a Chevrolet
ex converse: if a car is a Chevrolet, then it is a corvette
ex counterexample: camaro? impala? Monte Carlo?
adjacent angles - two angles that are side by side
postulate - statements assumed to be true
theorems - statements that have been proven to be true
polygon - enclosed plane figure formed with three or more segments such that each one intersects the other at its endpoint
transversal - a line, ray, or segment that intersects two or more coplanar lines, rays or segments, each at a different point
skew lines - lines that are never parallel and never intersect
pre-image - original position of a figure in a plane
image - new position of a figure in a plane
rotation - transformation that moves a geometric figure about a point, known as the turn center
reflection - transformation in which a line of reflection acts as a mirror, reflecting points to their images
probability - ratio that compares the number of "successful" outcomes to the number of possible outcomes
circumference - distance around the area of a circle
net - flat figures that can be folded to enclose a particular solid figure
magnitude of a vector - length of a vector arrow
vector - a mathematical quantity that has both direction & magnitude
resultant - sum of two vectors
fractal - look the same close up as they do far away
right angle - a 90 digree angle
these aren't all of them. and i didnt include the theorems & postulates. i would recommend looking in the back of a text book in the glossary or asking your teacher if they have a math dictionary or something like that. but i hope i could help!!!
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what are the an define terms on geometry
Trapezoid and triangle are geometry terms. They begin with T.
Altitude, angle and area are geometry terms. They begin with the letter A.
Acute angle, algorithm, altitude, angle, area and axis are geometry terms.
There are no geometry terms that start with the letter J. Geometry deals with the spatial relationships of objects.
Point, line and plane ARE terms from geometry.
are you asking for help on finding definition for geometric terms? if so go to: http://library.thinkquest.org/2647/geometry/glossary.htm#b and to wikipedia for x and j terms
It means identical
Described in terms of its geometry, a rainbow is an arc of a circle.
There is only one Filipino word for the English term 'geometry'. When 'geometry' is translated into Filipino, the word becomes 'heometriya'.
The three undefined terms are the point,the line and the plane.
The three undefined terms are the point,plane, and line.
A point, line and plane
There are none.
There are hundreds of terms associated with Geometry. A list of sixteen Geometry terms starting with just the letter P are Pythagorean theorem, Pi, pyramid, polygon, parabola, polytope, points, planes, projective geometry, platonic solids, parallel, power center, pedal triangle, prototile, polyhedron, and pseudosphere.
Plane, line and point. These are terms that are universally called the terms that cannot be defined.
The three undefined terms in geometry are:POINTLINEPLANEUNDEFINED means like it hasn't been found or an object of some sort that it doesnt know what it means