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Angles

Angles
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Arran Collins

on 6 January 2012

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Transcript of Angles

Understanding Angles Acute
Obtuse
Reflex
Right angle
Corresponding
Alternate
Suplementary Names of Angles Telling the difference If an angle is less than 90 degrees it is an Acute angle. If
an Angle is bang on 90 degrees then it is a right angle, the two
lines will be in an L shape when there is a Right angle, this will
be represented with a small box in the corner of the L shape. If
an Angle is more than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees it is called a obtuse angle. if an angle is more than 180 degrees it is a Reflex angle, an angle can not be higher than 360 degrees.
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