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geo. 2.6

Tpes of angles acute-angle that measures less than 90 degrees and more than 0obtuse-angle that measures more than 90 degrees and less than 180right-angle that measures 90 degreesstraight- angle that measures 180 degrees
angle formed by 2 rays(sides) with a common endpoint(vertex)
complementary angles 2 angles that sum to 90 degrees
supplementary angles 2 angles that sum to 180 degrees
opposite rays if r is between a and b then ra and rb are opposite rays
angle addition postulate if point b is in the interior of aoc then the measure of measure of aob+ measure of boc= measure of aoc
adjacent angles 2 angles in the same plane that share a common side and a common vertex
Created by: xobritx113