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Geometry Game for Lines and Angles Click to edit Master subtitle style

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Poin t

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Right Angle

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Ra y

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Angl e

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Vert ex

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Congrue nt

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Lin e

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Obtuse

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An exact location.

Point

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Plane

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Supplementary Angles

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Right Angle

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Angle

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Complimentary Angles

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90 degrees

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Vertex

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A part of a line that has one endpoint and extends forever in one direction.

Ra y

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Line

A straight path that has no thickness and extends forever in opposite directions.

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Straight Angle

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Acute

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Congruent

Two figures that have the same shape and size.

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Ra y

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Angles A and B are supplementary angles. If <A = 100o what must <B equal?

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Angles A and B are complementary angles. If <A = 70o what must <B equal?

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Angles A and B are supplementary angles. If <A = 20o what must <B equal?

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Angles A and B are complementary angles. If <A = 85o what must <B equal?

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Supplementary Angles

Two angles are supplementary if the sum of their measures is 180 degrees. Each angle is the supplement of the other.

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Example 1

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Example 2

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Example 3

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Complementary Angles

Two angles are complementary if the sum of their measures is 90 degrees. Each angle is the complement of the other.

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Example 4

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Example 5

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SWAT It!

Geometry Game for Lines and Angles Click to edit Master subtitle style

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Acute Angle

A straight path An angle that that has no An angle that An angle that The common thickness and is greater than measures measures endpoint of extends exactly 180o 0o exactly 90o two rays. forever in and less than opposite 90o directions. A part of a line or a ray that An angle that extends from A Right Angle is greater than one endpoint 90o and less to another. than 180o

An exact location.

A part of a line Flat surface If the sum of Two rays with that has one endpoint and that has no two angles is If the sum of a common extends thickness and 90o endpoint two angles is forever in one 8/29/12 extends 180o direction.

Line Segment

A straight path An angle that that has no An angle that An angle that The common thickness and is greater than measures measures endpoint of extends exactly 180o 0o exactly 90o two rays. forever in and less than opposite 90o directions. A part of a line or a ray that An angle that extends from A Right Angle is greater than one endpoint 90o and less to another. than 180o

An exact location.

A part of a line Flat surface If the sum of Two rays with that has one endpoint and that has no two angles is If the sum of a common extends thickness and 90o endpoint two angles is forever in one 8/29/12 extends 180o direction.

Supplementary Angles

A straight path An angle that that has no An angle that An angle that The common thickness and is greater than measures measures endpoint of extends exactly 180o 0o exactly 90o two rays. forever in and less than opposite 90o directions. A part of a line or a ray that An angle that extends from A Right Angle is greater than one endpoint 90o and less to another. than 180o

An exact location.

A part of a line Flat surface If the sum of Two rays with that has one endpoint and that has no two angles is If the sum of a common extends thickness and 90o endpoint two angles is forever in one 8/29/12 extends 180o direction.

Straight Angle

A straight path An angle that that has no An angle that An angle that The common thickness and is greater than measures measures endpoint of extends exactly 180o 0o exactly 90o two rays. forever in and less than opposite 90o directions. A part of a line or a ray that An angle that extends from A Right Angle is greater than one endpoint 90o and less to another. than 180o

An exact location.

90 degree angle

A straight path An angle that that has no An angle that An angle that The common thickness and is greater than measures measures endpoint of extends exactly 180o 0o exactly 90o two rays. forever in and less than opposite 90o directions. A part of a line or a ray that An angle that extends from A Right Angle is greater than one endpoint 90o and less to another. than 180o

An exact location.

Point

Two figures that have the same shape and size. An exact location. A part of a line or a ray that An angle that extends from A Right Angle is greater than one endpoint 90o and less to another. than 180o

A part of a line Flat surface If the sum of Two rays with that has one endpoint and that has no two angles is If the sum of a common extends thickness and 90o endpoint two angles is forever in one extends 180o direction. forever A straight path An angle that that has no An angle that An angle that The common thickness and is greater than measures measures endpoint of extends exactly 180o 0o exactly 90o two rays. forever in and less than opposite 8/29/12 90o directions.

Plane

Two figures that have the same shape and size. An exact location. A part of a line or a ray that An angle that extends from A Right Angle is greater than one endpoint 90o and less to another. than 180o

A part of a line Flat surface If the sum of Two rays with that has one endpoint and that has no two angles is If the sum of a common extends thickness and 90o endpoint two angles is forever in one extends 180o direction. forever A straight path An angle that that has no An angle that An angle that The common thickness and is greater than measures measures endpoint of extends exactly 180o 0o exactly 90o two rays. forever in and less than opposite 8/29/12 90o directions.

Obtuse Angle

Two figures that have the same shape and size. An exact location. A part of a line or a ray that An angle that extends from A Right Angle is greater than one endpoint 90o and less to another. than 180o

A part of a line Flat surface If the sum of Two rays with that has one endpoint and that has no two angles is If the sum of a common extends thickness and 90o endpoint two angles is forever in one extends 180o direction. forever A straight path An angle that that has no An angle that An angle that The common thickness and is greater than measures measures endpoint of extends exactly 180o 0o exactly 90o two rays. forever in and less than opposite 8/29/12 90o directions.

Right Angle

Two figures that have the same shape and size. An exact location. A part of a line or a ray that An angle that extends from A Right Angle is greater than one endpoint 90o and less to another. than 180o

Line

Two figures that have the same shape and size. An exact location. A part of a line or a ray that An angle that extends from A Right Angle is greater than one endpoint 90o and less to another. than 180o

Congruent

A part of a line Flat surface If the sum of Two rays with that has one endpoint and that has no two angles is If the sum of a common extends thickness and 90o endpoint two angles is forever in one extends 180o direction. forever A part of a line or a ray that An angle that extends from A Right Angle is greater than one endpoint 90o and less to another. than 180o

An exact location.

A straight path An angle that that has no An angle that An angle that The common thickness and is greater than measures measures endpoint of extends exactly 180o 0o exactly 90o two rays. forever in and less than opposite 8/29/12 90o directions.

Ray

A part of a line Flat surface If the sum of Two rays with that has one endpoint and that has no two angles is If the sum of a common extends thickness and 90o endpoint two angles is forever in one extends 180o direction. forever A part of a line or a ray that An angle that extends from A Right Angle is greater than one endpoint 90o and less to another. than 180o

An exact location.

A straight path An angle that that has no An angle that An angle that The common thickness and is greater than measures measures endpoint of extends exactly 180o 0o exactly 90o two rays. forever in and less than opposite 8/29/12 90o directions.

Complementary Angles

A part of a line Flat surface If the sum of If the sum of Two rays with that has one endpoint and that has no two angles is two angles is a common extends thickness and 90o 180o endpoint forever in one extends direction. forever A part of a line or a ray that An angle that extends from A Right Angle is greater than one endpoint 90o and less to another. than 180o

An exact location.

A straight path An angle that that has no An angle that An angle that The common thickness and is greater than measures measures endpoint of extends exactly 180o 0o exactly 90o two rays. forever in and less than opposite 8/29/12 90o directions.

Vertex

A part of a line Flat surface If the sum of Two rays with that has one endpoint and that has no two angles is If the sum of a common extends thickness and 90o endpoint two angles is forever in one extends 180o direction. forever A part of a line or a ray that An angle that extends from A Right Angle is greater than one endpoint 90o and less to another. than 180o

An exact location.

Angle

A part of a line Flat surface If the sum of Two rays with that has one endpoint and that has no two angles is If the sum of a common extends thickness and 90o endpoint two angles is forever in one extends 180o direction. forever A part of a line or a ray that An angle that extends from A Right Angle is greater than one endpoint 90o and less to another. than 180o

An exact location.

Speed Round

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Obtuse Angle

<A + <B = 180o The common endpoint of two rays.

A right angle

90 0

<A + <B = 90o

A right angle

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Acute Angle

A right angle An angle that measures exactly 180o

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Supplementary Angles

<A + <B = 90o

A right angle

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Congrue nt

<A + <B = 180o The common endpoint of two rays.

A right angle

Straight Angle

A right angle An angle that measures exactly 180o

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Ra y

<A + <B = 180o The common endpoint of two rays.

A right angle

Vert ex

<A + <B = 90o

A right angle

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Plan e

<A + <B = 180o The common endpoint of two rays.

A right angle

Complementary Angles

A right angle An angle that measures exactly 180o

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Lin e

<A + <B = 90o

A right angle

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Line Segment

A right angle An angle that measures exactly 180o

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Obtuse Angle

<A + <B = 180o The common endpoint of two rays.

A right angle

90 0

<A + <B = 90o

A right angle

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Acute Angle

A right angle An angle that measures exactly 180o

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Supplementary Angles

<A + <B = 90o

A right angle

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Congrue nt

<A + <B = 180o The common endpoint of two rays.

A right angle

Straight Angle

A right angle An angle that measures exactly 180o

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Ra y

<A + <B = 180o The common endpoint of two rays.

A right angle

Vert ex

<A + <B = 90o

A right angle

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Plan e

<A + <B = 180o The common endpoint of two rays.

A right angle

Complementary Angles

A right angle An angle that measures exactly 180o

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Lin e

<A + <B = 90o

A right angle

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Line Segment

A right angle An angle that measures exactly 180o

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Obtuse Angle

<A + <B = 180o The common endpoint of two rays.

A right angle

90 0

<A + <B = 90o

A right angle

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Acute Angle

A right angle An angle that measures exactly 180o

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Supplementary Angles

<A + <B = 90o

A right angle

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Congrue nt

<A + <B = 180o The common endpoint of two rays.

A right angle

Straight Angle

A right angle An angle that measures exactly 180o

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Ra y

<A + <B = 180o The common endpoint of two rays.

A right angle

Vert ex

<A + <B = 90o

A right angle

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Plan e

<A + <B = 180o The common endpoint of two rays.

A right angle

Complementary Angles

A right angle An angle that measures exactly 180o

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Lin e

<A + <B = 90o

A right angle

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Line Segment

A right angle An angle that measures exactly 180o

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An angle that A Right Angle is less than 90o And greater than 180o Flat surface that has no thickness and extends forever An angle that measures exactly 180o 8/29/12

<A + <B = 90o An angle that is greater than 0o and less than 90o

<A = 90o

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