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JadeS's OCCT prac.

occt practice study guide

what is the definition of: angle? Two rays with a common endpoint form an angle.
What is an acute angle? An angle with a measure greater than 0 degrees and less than 90 degrees.
what is an complementry angle? Two angles are complementry if the sum of their measures is 90 degrees.
what is an congruent angle? Angles with the same measures.
what is an obtuse angle? An angle that measures greater than 90 degreees but less than 180 degrees.
what is an rigth angle? An angle that measures 90 degrees.
what is an supplementary angle? Two angles are supplementary if the sum of their angles is 180 degrees.
what is an vertical angle? Nonadjacent angles formed by a pair of lines that intersect.
what is the definition of formula? An equation that shows a relationship among certian quantities.
waht is the formula for surface area? L x W x 2 + W x H x 2 + L x H x 2
what is volume? them amount of space that a three-dimensional figure contains.
what is the volume of a square with the measures: 5, 9, and 4? 180 cubic units.
what is an pattern? a regular, repeating design or sequence of shapes or numbers.
what are the next three numbers in this pattern... 14,18,22? the next three numbers are 26,30, and 34
what is the definition of perimeter? the disrance around the outsude of a closed figure.
what is the perimeter of a square
Created by: jades