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# Geometry

### Never, Sometimes, Always

Question | Answer |
---|---|

An angle measuring less than 180 degrees is acute | Sometimes |

Two obtuse angles are congruent | Sometimes |

Two planes intersect at only one point | Never |

A line and a plane intersect at exactly two points | Never |

A line can be drawn through two points. | Always |

Two adjacent acute angles form an obtuse angle | Sometimes |

Four points lie on the same plane | Sometimes |

Three lines intersect at one point | Sometimes |

Two perpendicular line intersect at exactly one point | Always |

The measure of an obtuse angle is greater than the measure of a right angle | Always |

Two planes intersect | Sometimes |

Two angles that are congruent share the same vertex | Sometimes |

The sum of the measures of two acute angles is greater than the sum of two obtuse angles | Never |

A plane contains three points | Always |

A line and a plane intersect at exactly one point | Sometimes |

The measure of an angle is greater than the measure of its complement | Sometimes |

Two lines that are perpendicular intersect at exactly two points | Never |

Two right angles are congruent | Always |

Two planes that intersect share exactly one point | Never |

The supplement of an acute angle is greater than the complement of the same angle | Always |

The sum of the measures of two acute angles is greater than 90 degrees | Sometimes |

Two planes contain the same point | Sometimes |

Two angles that are not congruent have the same complement | Never |

Three lines that do not all lie on the same plane can be drawn through one point | Always |

Two angles that are adjacent share the same vertex | Always |

Two angles that are congruent are adjacent | Sometimes |

Two planes that are parallel contain the same point | Never |

An acute angle and its supplement are congruent | Never |

The measure of an angle is less than measure of its supplement | Sometimes |

Three lines that are all parallel lie on the same plane | Sometimes |

Two lines that are not parallel do not share any points | Green |

Two planes that intersect share an infinite number of points | Blue |

A right angle and its supplement are congruent | Always |

Two lines intersect at one point | Sometimes |

An angle and its complement are congruent | Sometimes |

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