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Parallel Lines 2 lines that are the same distance apart
Acute < 90 degrees
Obtuse > 90 degrees, < 180 degrees
Straight Angles = to 180 degrees
Complimentary Angles Add up to 90 degrees
Supplementary Angles Add up to 180 degrees
Supp. Angle 2 angles
Angles on a line more than 2 angles
Vertically Opposite Angles angles that are opposite from each other
Angles Around A Point Add up to 360 degrees
Angles and Parallel Lines when 2 parallel lines are cut by a third line(the transversal), eight angles are formed
Corresponding Angles (F Shape) are equal to eachother
Alternate Angles (Z Shape) are equal to eachother
Co-Interior Angles (C Shape) add up 180 degrees
Angles of a Triangle add up to 180 degrees
Triangle 3 sides, 3 angles
Scalene no equal sides or angles
Isosceles 2 sides of equal length; the angles at the bases of the equal sides are also equal in size
Equilateral 3 equal sides, 3 equal angles
Acute < 90 degrees
Right 90 degrees
Obtuse > 90 dergrees
Created by: sherece.campbell