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different angles

QuestionAnswer
Which angle has 180 degrees? A straight angle
Which angle has 90 degrees? A right angle
What is the name of an angle that is larger than 180 degrees but less than 360 degrees? A reflex angle
What do we call 2 angles who's sums equal 90 degrees? Complementary angle
When an angle has a measure between 1 degree and 89 degrees it is called... An acute angle
When an angle has a measure between 91 degrees and 179 degrees it is called... An obtuse angle
What do we call 2 angles who's sums equal 180 degrees? Supplementary angles
When two angles are side by side, next to each other they are said to be... Adjacent angles
Created by: mschwartz119