Types of Angles
Polygons
Points, Lines, & Rays
Measurement
Symmetry
100
This type of angle measures exactly ninety degrees.
What is a right angle?
100
This type of polygon has ONLY one set of parallel lines.
What is a trapezoid?
100
A continuous straight path that goes on forever in opposite directions.
What is a line?
100
The measure of the illustrated angle.
What is ninety degrees?
100
The number of lines in the capital letter E.
What is one?
200
This type of angle measures less than ninety degrees.
What is an acute angle?
200
An equilateral quadrilateral with all right angles.
What is a square?
200
Part of a line that has an endpoint and goes on forever in one direction.
What is a ray?
200
The measure of the illustrated angle.
What is thirty-five degrees?
200
The number of lines of symmetry in an equilateral triangle.
What is three?
300
This type of angle measures more than ninety degrees.
What is an obtuse angle?
300
The number of sets of parallel lines found on a regular octagon.
What is four?
300
A part of a line.
What is a segment?
300
The measure of the illustrated angle.
What is seventy degrees?
300
The number of lines of symmetry in a parallelogram.
What is zero?
400
The type of angle formed by the clock hands at three o'clock.
What is a right angle?
400
A type of polygon whose opposite sides are both equal and parallel.
What is a parallelogram?
400
An angle is made by two of these that share a common endpoint.
What are rays?
400
The measure of angle KLM.
What is thirty degrees?
400
The number of lines of symmetry on a rhombus.
What is two?
500
An angle measuring exactly one hundred eighty degrees.
What is a straight angle?
500
This polygon has only one right angle.
What is a right triangle?
500
This geometric figure could be modeled by a star in the night sky.
What is a point?
500
The angle that measures fifty degrees.
What is angle AOB?
500
The number of lines of symmetry in a regular hexagon.
What is six?
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