# AgreeDisagree Geometry Definitions Agree Disagree Through any two

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Agree/Disagree Geometry Definitions

Agree/ Disagree “Through any two points there is exactly one line” is a postulate of geometry.

Agree/ Disagree Two lines that do not intersect is a precise definition of parallel lines.

Agree/ Disagree A point in geometry is a defined term that has both depth and direction.

Agree/ Disagree Perpendicular lines are two distinct coplanar lines that intersect at right angles.

Agree/ Disagree Points, lines and planes are all undefined terms in geometry.

Agree/ Disagree Coplanar points are two or more points that lie in two or more distinct planes.

Agree/ Disagree A ray is part of a line that has two endpoints.

Agree/ Disagree Two opposite rays on the same plane define a line.

Agree/ Disagree A circle consist of all points on a plane that are equidistant to a center point.

Agree/ Disagree A defined term in geometry is a term that can be described using known words such as point or line.

Agree/ Disagree A segment is part of a line that consist of one endpoint and all points on that line.

Agree/ Disagree A plane is an undefined term that has two dimensions.

Agree/ Disagree “If two lines intersect, then they intersect in exactly one point” is a theorem in geometry.

Agree/ Disagree Points that are on the same line are called collinear points.

Agree/ Disagree An angle is formed by two distinct rays that share a common endpoint.