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math angles

Different types of angles

a line that crosses two parallel lines transversal
an angle that measures more than 90 degrees obtuse angle
an angle that measures less than 90 degrees acute angle
when you can bring it down and the angels will be the same coorsponding angle
the angles are on opposite sides of of the transversal, they are on the outside, and they are equal alternate exterrior angles
the angles are on opposite sides of the transversal, they are on the inside, and they are equal alternate interrior angles
the angles are opposite and equal vertical angles
angles that share a common side adjacent angles
the angle shares a common side and is equal to 180 degrees supplementry angles
a angle that share an adjacent side and is equal to 90 degrees complementry angles
never intercept or cross parrelle lines
where two rays meat vertex
exactly 90 degrees right angle
unit of measurement used to measure angles degrees
Created by: KassieCarville