Vocabulary 1
Supplementary Angles
Complementary Angles
Vocabulary 2
Grab bag
100
An angle that measures greater than 0 degrees but less than 90 degrees.
What is an acute angle
100
The measure of supplementary angles always add to this.
What is 180 degrees
100
The measure of complementary angles always add to this.
What is 90 degrees
100
Two angles that have equal measures.
What is congruent
100
The devise used to measure angles
What is a protractor
200
An angle that measures greater than 90 degrees, but less than 180 degrees.
What is an obtuse angle
200
Supplementary angles that are also adjacent
What is a linear pair
200
True or False: The following angles are complementary angles - 90 degrees and 90 degrees
What is False
200
This word means to lie in the same plane
What is coplanar
200
Two lines in the same plane that will never cross or intersect are called this.
What is parallel lines
300
An angle that measures exactly 180 degrees.
What is a straight angle
300
The supplement of a 145 degree angle
What is 35 degrees
300
The complement of a 47 degree angle
What is 43
300
These angles share a common vertex and a common side.
300
Intersecting lines that form right angles.
What is perpendicular lines
400
The common endpoint shared by two the two rays that form an angle
What is the vertex
400
The supplement of a 112 degree angle
What is 68
400
Choose the two angles that are complementary to each other: 32 degrees, 15 degrees, 27 degrees, 43 degrees, 75 degrees, 68 degrees.
What is 75 degrees and 15 degrees
400
Two angles that lie opposite each other, when two lines intersect, and are congruent.
What is vertical angles
400
The complement of 48 degrees.
What is 42 degrees
500
This is formed by two rays that share the same endpoint.
What is an angle
500
The measure of the supplement of a right angle
What is 90 degrees
500
Choose the two angles that are complimentary to each other: 66.7 degrees, 33.3 degrees, 22.9 degrees, 11. 5 degrees, 56.7 degrees, 45.5 degrees, 43.5 degrees
What is 33.3 and 56.7
500
A line that cuts an angle in half forming two congruent angles.
What is angle bisector
500
The supplement of 117 degrees.
What is 63 degrees.
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