tangent: a line that intersects a circle in one point.
tangent: in a triangle, (the
side opposite an angle)
(the side adjacent the same angle).
term: a part of a sum in an algebraic expression.
terminating decimal: a fraction whose decimal representation contains a finite number of
tetrahedron: a polyhedron with four faces.
theorem: a statement that has been proven.
trajectory: the path that a body makes as it moves through space.
transitive property: the property that states that if a = b, and b = c, then a = c.
translation: a shift of the axes of the Cartesian Coordinate System.
transversal: a line that intersects two other lines.
trapezoid: a quadrilateral that has exactly two sides parallel.
triangle: a three sided polygon.
trinomial: a polynomial with exactly three terms.
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