11 Katie's Geometry concept map (transversal (in this picture it shows…
11 Katie's Geometry concept map
2 angles with a sum of 90
example: a 45 degree angle and another 45 degree angle
for example 80 degree angle beside a 100 degree angle would be a supplementary angle
two angles total sum is equal to 180
two angles, that are not connected,that are formed on opposite sides of a line,that intersects two other lines.
parallel lines are two lines that point in the same direction and will never meet or conjoint together
example these lines are the same length and move in the same direction and will never meet
in this picture it shows how the diagonal line intersects into two parallel lines
intersecting of a group or system of lines.
all of the colours are the intirior angles
an angle on the inside of a shape
c is the longest side of the triangle
the square of the length of the the longest side of a right triangle equals the sum of the squares of the lengths of the other two sides.
intersecting lines are 2 lines that are the complete opposite of parallel lines they intersect eachother vs never being able to connect
in this picture where the lines meet is where they intersect which creates intersecting lines
in this picture the red line is the bisector that is splitting what was one angle into complemantary angles
a line that splits an object into two halfs
each angle in this picture has a 90 degree angle
lines that intersect at a 90 degree angle\ right angle
a shape that has 4 sides or points
all of these shapes are examples of quaderlaterals
intersects a given segment at a 90° angle, and. (2) passes through the given segment's midpoint.
the blue box represents the 90 degree angle
the red lines represent the same side of the transversal
angles that are on the same side of a transversal