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Acute Triangle (named for its angles): a triangle where all 3 angles are acute (less than 90°)

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Center of a Circle: point in the middle of the circle

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Chord: any line segment that connects 2 points on a circle

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Circle: closed plane figure made up of all the points that are the same distance from the center

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Diameter: any line segment through the center that connects 2 points on a circle

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Equilateral Triangle (named for its sides): a triangle with all sides that are the same length

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How are quadrilaterals named?: Named by their angles or pairs of sides

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Isosceles Triangle (named for its sides): a triangle with at least 2 sides the same length

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Obtuse Triangle (named for its angles): a triangle where 1 angle is obtuse (greater than 90°)

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Parallelogram: quadrilateral with both pairs of opposite sides parallel

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Radius: any line segment that connects the center to a point on the circle

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Rectangle: parallelogram (quadril) with 4 right angles

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Rhombus: parallelogram (quadril) with 4 sides the same length (slanted square)

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Right Triangle (named for its angles): a triangle with 1 angle equal to a right angle (90°)

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Scalene Triangle (named for its sides): a triangle with none of its sides the same length

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Square: parallelogram (quadril) with 4 right angles and all 4 sides are the same length

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Trapezoid: quadrilateral with 1 pair of parallel sides (the other sides will intersect)

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What degrees should all the angles in a circle measure?: 360°

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What is the sum of all the angles in a quadrilateral?: 360° is the sum of the angles in a quadrilateral

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What is the sum of all the angles in a triangle?: 180°

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