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### Vocabulary: Lines and Angles

Line: A line is 180 degrees, equivalent to all of the degrees in a triangle summed up. It ** extends indefinitely** and has infinite points. Because it is 180 degrees, it has no curves and also has no volume. There are three main forms for graphing a line, slope intercept form, point slope form, and standard form.

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Line segment: A line segment has * definite endpoints*. It also is straight and is 180 degrees but has restrictions on its ends. It doesn't have arrows, but rather has dots to represent these restrictions.

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*on a line segment (a line is indefinite). This means that the distances on both sides of the midpoint are equidistant.*

**middle point***- it has no size, only a position.*

**exact location****points are passing through the same line**

*3 or more*
Concurrent: when ** 3 or more** lines meet at a single point (example: triangle)

Can you think of any other concurrent shapes?

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Angle: the amount of "turn" between two lines that intersect at a common vertex, measured in degrees.

Parallel: When two lines have the * same slope*, lie on the same plane and never intersect

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*degrees, form right angle*

**add up to 90**
Supplementary Angles: Angles that * add up to 180* degrees, form straight line

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Tangent (Lines): a line that runs through a point on the edge of a circle but never intersects the whole circle and is **perpendicular to the radius**

*, the vertex is the common endpoint of two or more rays or line segments (plural = vertices)*

**corner**Transversal: a line that intersects at least two other lines

Adjacent angles: Adjacent angles are angles that are next to each other. They have a * common side, a common vertex*, and don't overlap.

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### Check Your Understanding: Fill in the Blanks

*Try completing the fill in the blanks without* *referencing back at the definitions. If you are having trouble with a specific problem, then review the guide above, but try your best to see what you remember using just your brain.*

- A _____ extends indefinitely.
- A line segment has ____ on each of its ends.
- If point B is the midpoint on line segment AC, then segments AB and BC are _____.
- The set of all points collinear would be the equation for the specific line because ______.
- An example of a concurrent shape is a ______.
- An angle is measured in _____.
- Parallel lines have the same _____. They _____ intersect.
- These angles are ______.
- Angles that form a _______ are supplementary.
- ____ lines are always perpendicular to the radius.
- The common endpoint of two or more rays is the ______.
- A transversal is a line that _____ two or more lines.
- Adjacent angles have a common ____ and .

### Fill in the Blanks: Answers

- line
- restrictions
- equidistant/congruent
- (because) it would contain at least three points on the same line
- triangle
- degrees
- slope, never
- complementary
- straight line
- Tangent
- vertex
- intersects
- side, vertex