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Angles and Sides
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by Jacie Fondriest
| 15 Questions
Note from the author:
Angles and sides
1
1 pt
Define angle
a figure formed by two rays/sides with a common endpoint
a figure formed that always measures 180°
2
1 pt
Define right angle
an angle that measures 100°
an angle that measures 90°
an angle that measures 180°
an angle that measures 150°
3
1 pt
define acute angle
an angle that always measures 90°
an angle that measures greater than 90° and less 180
an angle that always measures 180°
an angle that measures greater than 0° and less than 90°
4
1 pt
A triangle can have three obtuse angles.
True
False
5
1 pt
define obtuse angles
an angle that measures up to 90°
an angle that measures greater than 90° and less than 180°
an angle that measures greater than 50° and less than 100°
6
1 pt
A scalene triangle has three unequal sides.
True
False
7
1 pt
define complementary angles
two angles whose measures add up to 90°
two angles whose measures add up to 180°
an angle that measures 180°
8
1 pt
define supplementary angles
an angle that measures 90°
two angles whose measure adds up to 180°
two angles whose measure adds up to 90°
9
1 pt
angles that have the same measure
a pair of congruent angles that do not have a common side
angles that have a common vertex and a common side
10
1 pt
define vertical angles
two equal nonadjacent angles formed by 2 intersecting lines
two angles that have adjacent sides
an angle that measures 90°
11
1 pt
define congruent angles
an angle that measures 90°
an angle that measures 180°
angles that have the same measure
12
1 pt
What are types of angles?
Right
Isoceles
Acute
Obtuse
Saclene
13
1 pt
An equalateral triangle has three equal sides.
True
False
14
1 pt
Explain the difference between an isosceles triangle and a scalene triangle.
15
1 pt
Draw a scalene triangle with a right angle.
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