Lines

Angles

Triangles

Quadrilaterals

Miscelaneous

two lines that are the same distance apart and will never touch

What is parallel lines

This is the term for a 90 degree angle

What is right angle

A triangle that has all sides the same length

What is equilateral

This is the number of sides on a quadrilateral

What is 4

A shape that has 6 sides is called

What is a hexagon

lines that intersect to form a right angle

What is perpendicular

An angle that is less than 90 degrees

What is acute

A triangle with two sides the same length

What is isosceles

this is the number of degrees all angles of a quadrilateral will add up to

What is 360 degrees

A shape with 5 sides is called

What is a pentagon

this has one endpoint and continues in one direction forever

What is a ray

an angle that is greater than 90 degrees

What is obtuse

A triangle with one angle greater than 90 degrees

What is obtuse triangle

This is a quadrilateral with two pairs of opposite sides parallel and 4 right angles

What is rectangle

A right triangle has one angle that is 45 degrees. What is the measure of the 3rd angle

What is 45 degrees

This is part of a line

What is a line segment

this is the number of degrees in a straight angle

What is 180 degrees

A triangle with a 90 degree angle and no sides the same length

What is right, scalene

This is a quadrilateral with two pairs of opposite sides parallel and all sides the same length. (it does not have to have right angles)

What is a rhombus

A quadrilateral has 3 angles measuring 90 degrees, 100 degrees, and 70 degrees. What is the measure of the 4th angle?

What is 100 degrees

This is a closed figure with at least 3 sides.

What is a polygon

This is used to measure angles

What is a protractor

All angles in every triangle will add up to this number of degrees

What is 180 degrees

This is a quadrilateral with only one pair of opposite sides parallel

What is a trapezoid

A boat has a sail with one pair of perpendicular lines, and two sides the same length. What kind of triangle is it?

What is Right, isosceles

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