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Angles

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Julia Bill

on 9 March 2013

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Transcript of Angles

Angles Right Angle:
Angle that
measures
exactly 90
degrees. Acute Angle:
An angle that measures more
than zero degrees and less than
90 degrees. Obtuse Angle:
An angle that measures
greater than 90 degrees and less than
180 degrees. So.....what is an angle? An angle is formed by
two rays with a
common endpoint the common
enpoint is the
vertex If the sum of the angles
equals 90 degrees, they are
complementary angles If the sum of the angles
equals 180 degrees, they are
supplementary angles Find pictures of angles that fall in the following categories: Acute Obtuse Right
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