# Postulates, t

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Oct 10, 2013 (4 years and 7 months ago)

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Postulates, t
heorems, and definitions ….Oh MY!!!

Materials needed:

3
-
pronged folder (pockets optional)

notebook paper OR computer paper

pen OR pencil OR computer

maybe colored pencils, crayons, and markers

Work to be done:

Create a list of all postulate
s, theorems and definitions studied so far in
geometry

along with an example for each
. This should include each one
listed in the book and/or your notes from chapters 1
-
5 and 10.

Hint: a list of the postulates can be found on pg 706, a list of theorem
s
divided by chapter can be found on pages 707
-
710, and a list of words that
should be defined can be found

In a folder with a cover sheet

20 points

All
postulates included

20 points

All theorems includ
ed

20 points

All definitions included

20 points

Example included for each

20 points

Neatness

20 points

When it is due:

Wednesday, January 21, 2009 at the beginning of your assigned class period.

Why we are doing this:

earn the postulates, theorems and definitions we
have covered since the beginning of the year. We will add to the project
study of geometry. You will be able to use your folder as a

reference tool
while doing classwork, homework, and possibly even quizzes and tests.

Definitions

to be included
:

Chapter 1

point

line

plane

collinear

coplanar

segment

endpoint

ray

intersect

between

angle

vertex

acute angle

obtuse angle

right angle

str
aight angle

Chapter 2

midpoint

segment bisector

bisect

angle bisector

complementary

angles

supplementary

angles

vertical angles

linear pair

C
hapter 3

parallel

perpendicular

skew

transversal

corresponding angles

alternate interior

angles

alternate exterior

angles

same
-
side angles

converse

C
hapter 4

triangle

equilateral triangle

isosceles triangle

scalene triangle

equiangular triangle

acute triangle

right triangle

obtuse triangle

vertex

interior angle of a

triangle

exterior angle

of a

triangle

legs of an isosceles

triangle

base of an isosceles

triangle

base angles of an

isosceles

triangle

hypotenuse

distance formula

median of a triangle

centroid

C
hapter 10

45
o
-
45
o
-
90
o

triangle

30
o
-
60
o
-
90
o

triangle

leg opposi
te an angle

sine

cosine

tangent

inverse sine

inverse cosine

inverse tangent

C
hapter 5

corresponding parts

congruent figures

distance from a point

to a line

equidistant

perpendicular

bisector

line of symmetry