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ANGLES

Definition Measuring Types of Angles


Angles
ANGLES

Definition Measuring Types of Angles


Angles
Tool
How to
measure
angle
ANGLES

Definition Measuring Types of Angles


Angles
Tool
How to
measure
angle
ANGLES

Definition Measuring Types of Angles


Angles
Tool
How to
measure
angle
ANGLES

Definition Measuring Types of Angles


Angles
Measure
Position
Sum of
measure
ANGLES

Definition Measuring Types of Angles


Angles
Measure
Position
Sum of
measure
ANGLES

Definition Measuring Types of Angles


Angles
Acute Measure
Right Position
Obtuse Sum of
measure
Straight
Complete
ANGLES

Definition Measuring Types of Angles


Angles
Acute Measure
Right Position
Obtuse Sum of
measure
Straight
Complete
ANGLES

Definition Measuring Types of Angles


Angles
Acute Measure
Right Position
Obtuse Sum of
measure
Straight
Complete
ANGLES

Definition Measuring Types of Angles


Angles
Acute Measure
Right Position
Obtuse Sum of
measure
Straight
Complete
ANGLES

Definition Measuring Types of Angles


Angles
Acute Measure
Right Position
Obtuse Sum of
measure
Straight
Complete
ANGLES

Definition Measuring Types of Angles


Angles
Acute Measure
Right Position
Obtuse Sum of
measure
Straight
Complete
ANGLES

Definition Measuring Types of Angles


Angles
Measure
Position
Sum of
measure
ANGLES

Definition Measuring Types of Angles


Angles
Measure
Adjacent Position
Vertical Sum of
measure
Congruen
t
ANGLES

Definition Measuring Types of Angles


Angles
Measure
Adjacent Position
Vertical Sum of
measure
Congruen
t
ANGLES

Definition Measuring Types of Angles


Angles
Measure
Adjacent Position
Vertical Sum of
measure
Congruen
t
ANGLES

Definition Measuring Types of Angles


Angles
Measure
Adjacent Position
Vertical Sum of
measure
Congruen
t
ANGLES

Definition Measuring Types of Angles


Angles
Measure
Position
Sum of
measure
ANGLES

Definition Measuring Types of Angles


Angles
Measure
Position
Complement Sum of
ary
Supplementa measure
ry
ANGLES

Definition Measuring Types of Angles


Angles
Measure
Position
Complement Sum of
ary
Supplementa measure
ry
ANGLES

Definition Measuring Types of Angles


Angles
Measure
Position
Complement Sum of
ary
Supplementa measure
ry
Definiti
on
Angle is union of two rays with that have common
endpoint.
The common endpoint is called
vertex.

Interior
region Interior region of an angle is the region within
the arms of an angle produced indefinitely.

Verte
Exterior Exterior region of an angle is the region
x
region outside the arms of an angle produced
indefinitely.
Measuring Angles
The geometric tool we use to measure angles on paper
is called a protractor.

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This This
point is 0 point is 0.

This point goes at the vertex of the angle


Steps to measure
vertex of the angle.
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Place the central hole (dot) of the protractor on the

Place the zero measure on the protractor


along one side of the angle.

Read the measure of the angle where


the other side of the angle crosses the
protractors scale.
Acute Angle
Acute angle is an angle that measures greater than 0 but
less than 90

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Right Angle
Right angle is an angle that measures exactly 90

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Obtuse Angle

Obtuse angle is an angle that measures greater than 90 but less


than 180.

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Straight Angle

Straight angle is an angle that measures exactly 180.

Straight angle is also looks


like a straight line.
Complete Angle

Complete angle is an angle that measures exactly 360.

Complete angle looks like an


angle that measures 0 but in
fact, complete angle has done
one complete rotation.
Adjacent Angles

Adjacent angles are two angles in the same plane that have
common vertex and a common side, but do not have any
interior points in common.
Vertical Angles
Vertical angles are two nonadjacent angles formed by two
intersecting lines.
In other words, vertical
angles are the angles
opposite each other
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when two lines cross. 4
2
Vertical angles have 3
same measures.
Congruent Angles

Congruent angles are angles that have equal measures.


Complementary
Angles
If the sum of the measures of two angles is 90, then the angles
are called complementary angles.
Supplementary Angles

If the sum of the measures of two angles is 180, then the angles
are called supplementary angles.