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# What is the midpoint of the line segment with endpoints (1-6) and (3-4)?

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### What is the difference between a defined and an undefined term in Geometry?

The difference between defined and undefined terms is that the
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terms to define still more terms.
These are undefined terms:
1.plane
2.point
3.line
These are defined terms:
1.ray
2.union of sets
3.space
4.subset
5.set
6.proper subset
7.opposite rays
8.postulate
9.betweenness of points
10.bisector of a segment
11.midpoint of a segment
12.line segment
13.lenght of a segment
14.collinear points
15.complement of a set
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###### Asked in Intel 8086 and 8088

### Purpose of segment register of microprocessor?

The segment register in the 80806/8088 microprocessor contains
the base address (divided by 16) of a region of memory. Since the
register is 16 bits in size, there are 65,536 possible segment base
addresses, ranging from 00000H to FFFF0H, in increments of
00010H.
After address translation at the instruction level, the
generated 16 bit offset is added to the selected segment register
times 16 to generate a physical address between 00000H and FFFFFH.
(If the offset and base go past FFFFFH, they wrap around back to
00000H.) Since the offset is also 16 bits in size, and since
the overlap is only 4 bits (times 16), then each 64 kb segment
overlaps by 16 bytes.
There are four segment registers; CS, DS, ES, and SS, standing
for Code Segment, Data Segment, Extra Segment, and Stack
Segment.
CS is used for opcode fetches. DS is used for normal data. ES is
used for certain string operations as the destination address. SS
is used for stack and frame (BP) data.
The segment registers can be implicitly selected by context, or
they can be explicitly selected with a segment prefix opcode.

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### What are at least 15 names of lines used in math and geometry with their definitions?

1 Parallel lines: never intersect
2 Intersectional lines: form vertical opposite equal angles
3 Transversal line: cuts through parallel lines
4 Line of symmetry: line that divides a polygon into mirror
images
5 Line of reflection: mirror images of shapes plotted on the
Cartesian plane
6 Tangent line: a line touching the circumference of a circle at
one point
7 Number line: negative, zero and positive numbers set out in
ascending order
8 Dotted line: a line limiting the extent of quantity
9 Line of best fit: line drawn through the coordinates of
closest values
10 Solidus line: a line separating the numerator from the
denominator in fractions
11 Graphical line: for comparing data of two variables
12 Diagonal lines: joins vertex to vertex within polygons
13 Line segment: has 2 endpoints and a midpoint
14 Outline: perimeter or sketch of a shape
15 Perpendicular lines: cross each other at right angles
16 Straight line equation: in the form of y = mx+b or y =
mx+c
17 Punishment lines: to write out scores or more of repetitive
sentences for forgetting your homework

###### Asked in Intel 8086 and 8088

### How 8086 calculates physical address?

The 8086/8088 calculates a physical address by taking the 16 bit
offset address determined by the instruction and adding it to one
of the four 16 bit segment registers after left shifting the
segment register four places. This constructs a 20 bit address,
giving a 1 MB address space, with a 64 KB segment size. The
selection of segment register is by context or, in the case of
operand, possibly by segment prefix override, and is one of Code
Segment (CS), Data Segment (DS), Stack Segment (SS), or Extra
Segment (ES).

###### Asked in Intel 8086 and 8088

### What is the job of segment register?

The segment register contains the base address, divided by 16,
of the 64KB segment of memory that the operands lie within.
There are four segment registers, code segment (CS), data
segment (DS), stack segment (SS), and extra segment (ES). Unless
there is a segment override prefix, the segment chose will be based
on context, i.e. code for code, data for operands, stack for stack,
and extra for string destinations.

###### Asked in Algebra, Geometry, Intel 8086 and 8088

### What is a segment used for?

A segment is a chunk (segment) of memory that is 64Kb in size.
Due to the design of the 8086/8088 there are 64K possible segments,
ecah overlapping the next by 16 bytes, for a total addressibility
of 1 Mb.
In the instruction model, a segment is the locus of addresses
that can be reached in one instruction, without stopping to load a
new value into a segment register. It is also called a near, or 16
bit address.

###### Asked in Geometry

### What are the definitions from Discovering Geometry?

1. An acute angle is an angle that measures less than 90°.
2. An acute triangle is a triangle with one acute angle.
3. An altitude of a triangle is a perpendicular segment from a
vertex to the opposite side or to a line containing the opposite
side.
4. An angle is formed by two rays that share a common endpoint
provided that the two rays are non-collinear.
5. A ray is the angle bisector if it contains the vertex and
divides the angle into two congruent angles.
6. An arc measure is found by measuring the central angle.
7. An arc of a circle is two points on the circle and the
continuous (unbroken) part of the circle between the two
points.
8. The side opposite of the vertex is the base.
9. The two angles opposite the two sides of equal length are
called the base angles.
10. The midpoint bisects the segment, or divides the segment
into two congruent segments.
11. The central angle is the angle with its vertex at the center
of the circle, and sides passing through the endpoints of the
arc.
12. The point of concurrency of the three medians is called a
centroid.
13. A chord is a line segment whose endpoints lie on a
circle.
14. A circle is the set of all points in a plane at a given
distance (radius) from a given point (center) in the plane.
15. The point of concurrency for the perpendicular bisectors is
the circumcenter.
16. The distance around a circle is called a circumference.
17. A circle is circumscribed about a polygon if and only if it
passes through each vertex of the polygon.
18. Collinear means on the same line.
19. A pair of complementary angles has a sum of 90°.
20. A polygon is concave if at least one diagonal is outside the
polygon.
21. A concave kite is sometimes called a dart.
22. If two or more coplanar circles share the same center, they
are concentric circles.
23. When three or more lines have a point in common they are
concurrent.
24. Two angles are congruent angles if and only if they have the
same measures.
25. If two or more circles have the same radius, they are
congruent circles.
26. Two polygons are congruent polygons if and only if they are
exactly the same size and shape.
27. Two segments are congruent segments if and only if they have
the same measure or length.
28. When you use inductive reasoning to make a generalization,
the generalization is called a conjecture.
29. Coplanar means on the same plane.
30. Corresponding Parts of Congruent Triangles are Congruent,
CPCTC.
31. A quadrilateral inscribed in a circle is called a cyclic
quadrilateral.
32. A kite is sometimes called a concave dart.
33. Deductive reasoning is the process of showing that certain
statements follow logically from agreed upon assumptions and proven
facts, use a set of rules or facts.
34. A definition is a statement that clarifies or explains the
meaning of a word or phrase.
35. A diagonal is a line segment that connects two
nonconsecutive vertexes.
36. The diameter is a line segment containing the center, with
the endpoints on the circle.
37. A diameter is a chord that passes through the center, a
diameter is the longest chord.
38. Each point in an image is equidistant from the point
corresponds to it in the original figure , because it is the same
for all the points ,this is called the distance of the
translation.
39. The distance from a point to a line is the length of the
perpendicular segment from the point to the line.
40. The two points are called the endpoints of the arc.
41. A line segment consists of two points called the endpoints
of the segment and all the points between them are collinear with
the two points.
42. In an equiangular polygon all the angles have equal
measures.
43. In an equilateral polygon all sides have equal lengths.
44. An equilateral triangle is a triangle with three congruent
sides.
45. A flowchart is a concept map that shows all the steps in a
complicated procedure in proper order.
46. To present your reasoning in flowchart form, create a
flowchart proof.
47. The rule that gives the nth term for a sequence is called
the function rule.
48. An image is an exact copy of the original one.
49. The point of concurrency for 3 angle bisectors is called the
incenter.
50. Inductive Reasoning is the process of observing data,
recognizing patterns and making generalizations about those
patterns. Have lots of experiments but use the same result.
51. A circle is inscribed if and only if it touches each side of
the polygon at exactly one point.
52. An inscribed angle is an angle whose vertex is on the circle
and whose sides are chords of the circle.
53. An isosceles triangle that has at least two congruent
sides.
54. A kite is a quadrilateral with two distinct pairs of
consecutive congruent sides.
55. The length of an arc , or arc length is some fraction of the
circumference of the circle.
56. Two angles are linear pairs if they share a common vertex
and a common side and their non-common sides form a line.
57. The locus of points is a set of all points in a plane that
satisfy some given condition or property.
58. A major arc is an arc of a circle whose endpoints are the
endpoints of the diameter.
59. The measure of an angle is the smallest amount of rotation
about the vertex from one way to the other, measured in
degrees.
60. The measure of an arc is equal to the measure of its central
angle.
61. The segment connecting the vertex of a triangle to the
midpoint of its opposite side is a median.
62. The segment that connects the midpoints of two sides of a
triangle is a mid-segment.
63. The segment connecting the midpoints of two sides of a
triangle is the mid-segment of a triangle.
64. The segment connecting the midpoints of the two nonparallel
sides of a triangle is called the mid-segment of a triangle.
65. The midpoint of a segment is the point on a segment that is
the same distance from both endpoints.
66. A minor arc is the arc of a circle that is smaller than a
semi-circle.
67. Non-collinear means the ray cannot lie on the same line.
68. A transformation that does not preserve the size and shape
is called nonrigid transformation
69. An obtuse angle is an angle with a measure more than
90°.
70. An obtuse triangle is a triangle with one obtuse angle.
71. The point of concurrency for the three altitudes is called
the orthocenter.
72. Parallel lines are lines in the same line that never
intersect.
73. A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with two pairs of
parallel lines.
74. A segment has many perpendiculars and many bisectors, but
each segment in a plane has only one bisector that is also
perpendicular to the segment. This segment is known as the
perpendicular bisector.
75. Perpendicular lines are lines that intersect at 90°.
76. A polygon is a closed figure in a plane, formed by
connecting line segments endpoint to endpoint with each segment
intersecting exactly two others.
77. A radius is a segment from the center to a point on the edge
of a circle.
78. A segment from the center to a point on the edge of the
circle is called a radius.
79. A rectangle is a quadrilateral with four congruent
angles.
80. A regular polygon is both equilateral and equiangular.
81. The resultant vector of these vectors is a single vector
that has the same effect. Also known as a vector sum.
82. A rhombus is an equilateral parallelogram.
83. A right angle is an angle that measures 90°.
84. A right triangle is a triangle with one right angle.
85. If an image is congruent to the original figure, the process
is called rigid transformation or isometrey.
86. A scalene triangle is a triangle with no congruent
sides.
87. A line that intersects a circle is called a secant.
88. A segment bisector is a ray, line or segment in a plane that
passes through the midpoint of a segment in a plane.
89. A semi-circle is an arc of a circle whose endpoints are the
endpoints of the diameter.
90. Each line segment is called a side of the polygon.
91. The two rays are the sides of the polygon.
92. Slope is referred to as "rise over run".
93. Writing the equation of a line using the slope intercept
form.
94. Space is the set of all points.
95. A square is an equiangular rhombus, equilateral rectangle,
and a regular quadrilateral.
96. A tangent is a line that intersects the circle only
once.
97. Tangent circles are two circles that are tangent to same
line at the same point. They can be internally tangent or
externally tangent.
98. Tangential velocity is a measure of the distance of an
object travels along a circular path in a given amount of time.
99. By moving all the points of the geometric figure , you can
create an image of the original figure, this process is called
transformation.
100. Translation is the simplest type of isometry.
101. A line intersecting two or more other lines in the plane is
called a transversal.
102. A trapezoid is a quadrilateral with exactly one pair of
parallel sides.
103. A vector is a quantity that has both magnitude and
direction.
104. Vertical angles are angles formed by two intersecting
lines, they share a common vertex but do not share a common
side.
105. The common endpoint of the two rays is called the
vertex.
106. Each endpoint where the sides meet is called a vertex of a
polygon.
107. The two sides of equal length is called the vertex
angle.
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