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Math vocab! :p

QuestionAnswer
acute angle less than 90
right angle perfectly 90
obtuse angle over 90
straight angle equal to 180
adjacent angle angles that are next to each other
corresponding angle angles on the same location
protractor a tool that helps measure angles
alternate exterior angles the angles that are created on the opposite side of the tranversal inside the parallel lines (they are equal)
alternate interior angle the angles that are created on the opposite side of the tranversal inside the parallel lines (they are equal)
exterior angles the angles formed on the outside of the parallel lines
interior angle the angles formed on the inside of the parallel lines
tranversal a third line that intercepts a set of parallel lines
complementary angle angles that add up to 90 (right angle)
supplementary angle angles that add up to 180 (straight angle)
vertical angle two angles that are opposite each other when 2 lines intercept (they are equal)
line of best fit a line that fits all the data points are closely as possible
outlier when a point in a set of data seems unrealistic
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