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5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
 midpoint of a segment
 dihedral
 conjecture
 angles
 supplementary angles
 a two faces, fold symmetry
 b point exactly half way between the end points
 c two rays with a common end point
 d a pair of angles where the sum of their measures is 180 degrees
 e the conclusion one reaches based on observed examples.Generalizations that you can believe to be true, but are not necessarily true because you cannot check all possibly cases.
5 Multiple choice questions
 a pair of lines that intersect to form a right angle
 of a segment is a line that is perpendicular to a segment and also passes through the mid point of s segment
 undefinable term, goes on forever in both directions, made up of infinitely many points, named with any two indicated points
 undefinable term, no thickness and no width, labeled or named with a capital letter
 a pair of angles where the sum of their measures is 90 degrees
5 True/False questions

linear pairs → a pair of angles whose sides form opposite rays

between → a piece of line consisting of 2 end points and all the points in between, named with two end points

cyclic → rotational symmetry, you can take an object, rotate it, and it will look the same

measure of segment → a number indicating its length

congruent segments → a number indicating its length