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1.
acute triangle: A triangle whose largest angle measures less than 90 degrees

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certain: An event will definitely occur; a probability of 1

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chance: How likely it is for an event to happen written as a percentage

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congruent: Same size and shape

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equilateral triangle: A triangle in which all sides are the same length

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experiment: A test to find or illustrate a rule

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impossible: An event will definitely not occur; a probability of 0

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isosceles triangle: A triangle with at least two sides of equal length

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leap year: A year with 366 days

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millenium: A thousand years

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obtuse triangle: A triangle whose largest angle measures more than 90 degrees

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outcome: Any possible result of an experiment

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parallel lines: Lines that stay the same distance apart -- they NEVER cross

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percent: Out of 100

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perpendicular lines: Two lines that intersect at right angles

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probability: How likely it is for an event to happen written as a fraction/ratio

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right triangle: A triangle whose largest angle measures 90 degrees

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scalene triangle: A triangle with three sides of different lengths

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sector: A region bordered by part of a circle and two radii

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similar: Having the same shape, but not the same size

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vertex: Point of an angle, polygon, or solid where two or more lines or line segments meet

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