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1.
Diagonal: A line segment: any sloping line can connect 2 corners of a polygon.

2.
Horizontal: A line that is straight across or even with four.

3.
Intersecting Lines: Two lines that cross each other's path.

4.
Line: A set of ponts that are perfectly straight and extended forever can be named by 2 lower case letters.

5.
Line Segment: The distance between two points that forms a straight path.

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Parallel Lines: Lines that same distance apart parallel lines will never intersect each other.

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Perpendicular Lines: Two lines that intersect at the right angles

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Point: A dot:Use a capital letter to name the point.

9.
Ray: A line that starts at one point and passes through another.(it continues forever)

10.
Vertical: A line that is straight up and down.

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