ABC (Notation)

The shape made by joining the vertices A, B and C. Capital letters are used for each of the vertices.

Note: The number of letters represents how many corners the shape has. ABCD would represent a four sided shape.

Example: Triangle ABC has three marked angles.

🔑Key Shape Notation Topics: Circle Theorems, Geometric Proof, Vectors
👀Also Look up: AB Notation, A Notation, ABC Angle Notation

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