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# Angles

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Tweet## Christy Holt

on 30 January 2013#### Transcript of Angles

Acute Angle An acute angle measures less than 90 degrees. Complementary Angles Two angle measurements that add up to 90 degrees. By: Keaghan Holt Angles Straight Angle A straight angle measures 180 degrees. Obtuse Angle An obtuse angle measures greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees. Right Angle A right angle is equal to 90 degrees. An example would be a right triangle A real world example is the corner of a book. An example would be an acute triangle. A real world example would be the tip of a pencil. An example would be a straight line. A real world example could be the tail of a dragonfly. 180 degrees An example would be an obtuse triangle. A real world example would be a rooftop. An example would be a 58 degree angle and another 32 degree angle. A real world example would be two boxes of a flower garden. Supplementary Angles Two angles measure 180 degrees. An example would be a 40 degree angle and a 140 degree angle. A real world example would be two kids sitting back to back.

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