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# What do you know about Triangles?

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on 31 October 2012#### Transcript of What do you know about Triangles?

1: What type of triangle is this?

A: right

B: acute

C: isosceles

D: A and C 2: What type do we have here?

A: obtuse

B: acute

C: scalene

D: isosceles 3: What type is this?

A: scalene

B: isosceles

C: A and B

D: equilateral 4: How many degrees in each angle in

an equilateral triangle?

A: 30 degrees

B: 60 degrees

C: 180 degrees

D: 90 degrees 5: How many degrees is the

missing angle?

A: 70 degrees

B: 35 degrees

C: 90 degrees

D: 75 degrees 6: Find m<2.

A: 108 degrees

B: 42 degrees

C: 62 degrees

D: 72 degrees 7: If triangle ABC is equilateral, what is the

measure <ACD?

A: 120 degrees

B: 180 degrees

C: 60 degrees

D: 90 degrees 8: How big is angle x?

A: 40 degrees

B: 60 degrees

C: 80 degrees

D: 180 degrees 9: Which angles are the same?

A: A and B

B: B and C

C: A and C

D: Not enough information 10: How big is Angle x?

A: 15 degrees

B: 30 degrees

C: 45 degrees

D: Not enough info 11: How big is angle x?

A: 22 degrees

B: 158 degrees

C: 136 degrees

D: 79 degrees What do you know about Triangles?

Full transcriptA: right

B: acute

C: isosceles

D: A and C 2: What type do we have here?

A: obtuse

B: acute

C: scalene

D: isosceles 3: What type is this?

A: scalene

B: isosceles

C: A and B

D: equilateral 4: How many degrees in each angle in

an equilateral triangle?

A: 30 degrees

B: 60 degrees

C: 180 degrees

D: 90 degrees 5: How many degrees is the

missing angle?

A: 70 degrees

B: 35 degrees

C: 90 degrees

D: 75 degrees 6: Find m<2.

A: 108 degrees

B: 42 degrees

C: 62 degrees

D: 72 degrees 7: If triangle ABC is equilateral, what is the

measure <ACD?

A: 120 degrees

B: 180 degrees

C: 60 degrees

D: 90 degrees 8: How big is angle x?

A: 40 degrees

B: 60 degrees

C: 80 degrees

D: 180 degrees 9: Which angles are the same?

A: A and B

B: B and C

C: A and C

D: Not enough information 10: How big is Angle x?

A: 15 degrees

B: 30 degrees

C: 45 degrees

D: Not enough info 11: How big is angle x?

A: 22 degrees

B: 158 degrees

C: 136 degrees

D: 79 degrees What do you know about Triangles?