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Angle Vocab

Geometry-Quiz 2

Angle 2 rays with the same endpoint the vertex must go in the middle named with 3 capital letters or 1 number (<CAR or <3)
Measure of Angle the space between the 2 rays that make up an angle measure in number-degrees put an "m" in front of the name (m<CAR)
Adjacent Angles 2 angles right next to each other share a vertex and a side when naming, they share the same middle letter and side letter (<PET or <KEP)
Angle Bisector A ray that splits an angle in half creates 2 congruent angles named with a ray → ZQ
Congruent Bisector 2 or more angles with the same measure named with 2 angle names and a "~" =
Complementary Angles 2 angles whose angle measure to 90º named with m<KEY + m<YES = 90º
Supplementary Angles 2 angles whose angles measure to 180º named with m<ROM + m<VBL = 180º
Linear Pair 2 adjacent angles whose non-common sides create opposite rays always adjacent and supplementary named with 2 angles <WLA and <ALK (both share A and L )
Vertical Angle Pairs 2 angles whose sides form 2 pairs of opposite rays always congruent named with 2 angles <1 & <3 <2 & <4
Created by: reganstrength