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Part of a line that has one endpoint and goes on forever in one direction
What is a ray?
When two rays have the same endpoint they form an ____
What is an angle?
An angle greater than a right angle
What is an obtuse angle?
An angle formed by the hands of the clock at 3:30
What is an acute angle?
Name the acute angles. A B C D E
What is angle CBD and angle DBE ?
It has no end, it lies in a straight path in a plane
What is a line?
A part of a line between two endpoints
What is a line segment?
This identifies a location on an object and in space
What is a point?
Lines that cross at one point
What are intersecting lines?
Lines that intersect to form four right angles
What are perpendicular lines?
What is an isosceles triangle?
What is a hexagon?
What is a parallelogram?
What is a trapezoid?
What is a closed figure?
What is a right triangle?
What is a scalene or obtuse triangle?
What is an acute or isosceles triangle?
8 8 8
What is an equilateral triangle?
How many degrees are in the 3 angles of a triangle?
What is 180 degrees?
The unit used to measure an angle is...
What is a degree?
The tool used for measuring the size of an angle?
What is a protractor?
These two lines are …
What are intersecting lines?
A B C D G E F Which line segment is ll to BD?
What is AC?
A B C D G E F Which line segment does not intersect EF?
What is AC or BD?
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