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Name___________________________________

Naming Angles

Date________________ Period____

Name the vertex and sides of each angle.
1)

2)

E

D

L

C

M

N

3)

4)

R

T
U

S
Q

S

Name each angle in four ways.
5)

6)

F

C

4

E
3

G

D

E

7)
F

G

8)

J

1
3 I

E
H

Draw and label an angle to fit each description.
9) an obtuse angle, Y

10) an acute angle, JIH

11) a right angle, 3

12) a straight angle, CDE

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Name all the angles that have V as a vertex.
13)

J

V

14)
F

6 5

E

H

15)
2

V

D

16)

T
V

3

2

I

F

E

1

3

S

R

4

V

D

17)

18)
M

H

G

L
4
3

1

V

K

23

V

F

19)

I

V
43

F

I

20)
E

2

F

D
H

3

G

4

5

V

C

State if the given point is interior, exterior, or on the angle.
21)

22)

P

P

23)

24)

P

P

25)

26)
P
P

Critical thinking questions:
27) Draw a diagram with an acute angle ABC
and an obtuse angle DBE so that point D is
in the interior of angle ABC.

28) In question #27, why is it impossible for
both point D and point E to be in the
interior of angle ABC?

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Kuta Software - Infinite Geometry

Name___________________________________

Naming Angles

Date________________ Period____

Name the vertex and sides of each angle.
1)

M , MN and ML

2)

D, DC and DE

E

D

L

C

M

N

3)

R, RQ and RS

R

4)

T , TU and TS

T
U

S
Q

S

Name each angle in four ways.
D, 3, EDC, CDE

5)

6)

F, 4, EFG, GFE

F

C

4

E
3

G

D

E

7)
F

G

F, 1, GFE, EFG

8)

I, 3, HIJ, JIH

J

1
3 I

E
H

Draw and label an angle to fit each description.
9) an obtuse angle, Y

10) an acute angle, JIH
H
J

Y

11) a right angle, 3

I

12) a straight angle, CDE

3

E
D
C

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Name all the angles that have V as a vertex.
13)

14)

J

V

F

6 5

E

H

2

16)
F

E

1

3

S

R

17)

2, 3, DVF

T
V

V

D

5, 6, JVH

15)

3

2

I

4

V

D

1, 2, TVR
3, 4, KVM

3, 4, DVF
1, 2, 3, FVH, FVI, GVI

18)

M

H

G

L
4
3

1

V

K

23

V

F

19)
43

F

20)

I

V

I

E

2

F

D
H

3

G

4

5

V

C

3, 4, 5, CVE, CVF, DVF

2, 3, 4, IVG, IVF, HVF

State if the given point is interior, exterior, or on the angle.
21)

Exterior

P

22)

Interior
P

23)

P

Exterior

24)

On the angle
P

25)

Interior

26)

Exterior

P
P

Critical thinking questions:
27) Draw a diagram with an acute angle ABC
and an obtuse angle DBE so that point D is
in the interior of angle ABC.
Answers vary

28) In question #27, why is it impossible for
both point D and point E to be in the
interior of angle ABC?
Because angle ABC is smaller than angle DBE

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