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Geometric Terms About ANGLES

What you have to know about angles
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Sheila Mount

on 9 January 2013

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Transcript of Geometric Terms About ANGLES

are where two lines, line segments or rays meet. Angles Acute Angles are where two lines meet and make an angle smaller than 90 degrees. Think of it as small, and cute. Right Angles They are where two lines meet to make 90 degrees. It is like a perfect T. Can you find any here? Obtuse Angles are where two lines meet to make an angle that is bigger than 90 degrees. It is big, and fat. Think: Obese (fat) Obtuse. Angles. (not ANGELS... they look like this... And they are a little scary, I will not lie... What kinds of angles do you see in this picture?
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