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angles

TermDefinition
acute angle an angle less than 90 degrees
obtuse angle an angle between 90 and 180 degrees
reflex angle an angle between 180 and 360 degrees
ordinary angle an angle less than 180 degrees
vertically opposite these angles are equal in measure
angles at a point add up to.. 360 degrees
corresponding angles are equal
alternate angles are equal
interior angles sum up to 180 degrees
the angles of a triangle add up to... 180 degrees
the exterior angle is equal to... the sum of the interior opposite angles
each angle in an equilateral triangle is.. 60 degrees
a right angled triangle has... an angle of 90 degrees
in a square each angle is.. 90 degrees (right angle)
in a rectangle each angle is.. 90 degrees (right angle)
in a parallelogram opposite angles are... equal
in a rhombus opposite angles are... equal
Created by: hannahbmcn