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All About Angles Part - 2
1.
In the diagram angle 1 is equal to angle 2 and ________
Angle 2 is not equal to angles 3 and 4
Angle 2 is equal to angles 3 and 4
2.
If one of the angles formed by the intersection of two lines is a right angle, then all the other angles formed by these lines will be______ angles?
Acute
Vertical
Obtuse
Right
3.
An angle of 90 degrees is called a _____ Angle.
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4.
Two perpendicular lines form _____ angles and all angles are __________
Two, not equal
Four, equal
Four, not equal
Two, equal
5.
Angle 1 can also be written as?
Ð
ACB
Ð
CAB
Ð
ABC
6.
An acute angle measures less than?
90
°
180
°
45
°
270
°
7.
Sign
Ð
Represents or is read as?
Intersection
Angle
Traversal
Triangle
8.
Angle 1 in the diagramme is ______ angle and angle 2 is ______ angle.
Obtuse, Acute
Acute, Obtuse
9.
Angle 1 in the diagramme is?
Vertical angle
Obtuse angle
Right angle
Acute angle
10.
An acute angle measures less than?
180
°
45
°
270
°
90
°
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