# Geometry

 Transversal is a line that intersects two or more other lines at distinct points; all of the lines lie in the same plane Polygon is a closed plane figure whose sides are line segments that intersect only at the endpoints. Corresponding Angles two angle that lie in the same relative position Perimeter the sum of the length of its sides Median is a line segment that joins a vertex of a triangle with the midpoint of the opposite side. Colinear points that lie on the same line. Adjacent angles two angles that have a common vertex and a common side betweeen them Midpoint The point on a line segement or arc that seperates the line segment into two congruent parts. Congruent Angles angles that share the same measurement of angle. Reflex angle an angle whose measure is between 180 to 360 Bisector is a ray that seperates an angle or segment into two seperate congruent seperate parts. Complementary angles angles that sum up to 90 degrees. Sets an collection of objects, numbers, or points. Line part of a line determined by two points and all points on the line that lie between those two points. Angle the plane figure formed by two rays that share a common endpoint Acute angle angle whose measure is below 90 degrees. congruent segment line segments that have same measures Parallelogram a quadrilateral that has two pairs of parallel sides Rhombus a parallelogram with two congruent adjacent sides Rectangle a parallelogram that contains a right angle. Square is a rectangle that has two congruent adjacent sides Quadrilateral is a polygon that has four sides Kite a quadrilateral that has two distinct pairs of congruent adjacent sides Trapeziod a quadrilateral having exactly two parallel sides. Authorefrain12 ID95490 Card SetGeometry Descriptiongeometry terms-final Updated2011-07-28T02:55:31Z Show Answers